Posted on Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 by Angie Han
It’s not often you’ll see Piranha 3DD and Anna Karenina mentioned in the same breath, but every film needs a release date, no matter how trashy or elegant. After the jump, check out new release dates for those two movies, plus Henry Cavill‘s The Cold Light of Day, Robert Pattinson‘s Bel Ami, and the comedy Lola Versus.
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Here’s an international trailer for the thriller The Cold Light of Day, in which Henry Cavill (The Tudors, Immortals, Man of Steel) discovers that his father, played by Bruce Willis, is actually involved in international espionage. As we’ve discussed before, the film looks a bit like a more grown-up version of the story told in the Taylor Lautner vehicle Abduction. Hopefully it will fare a bit better overall. Check out the new trailer below. Read More »
People have been talking about Abduction a bit today, because of the tangentially-related news about Stretch Armstrong dumping Taylor Lautner and going to a new studio home at Relativity. Which, strangely, makes today a good one for the arrival of the trailer for another film in which a son discovers that his parents are connected to something secret and potentially violent.
This film is called The Cold Light of Day. It is a thriller directed by Mabrouk El Mechri (JCVD), in which Henry Cavill (The Tudors, Immortals, Man of Steel) is on vacation with his family, but returns to find them gone. Turns out his dad (Bruce Willis) is actually CIA, and Cavill’s character is caught in the middle of a violent information exchange driven in part by Sigourney Weaver. Check out the trailer below. Read More »
A lot of people might not recognize the name Mabrouk El Mechri, but I bet a lot of you recognize the name of his last film: JCVD. He’s finally about to follow up that film with a kidnapping thriller called The Cold Light of Day, which was announced earlier this year. And he’s got Henry Cavill from The Tudors along for the ride. Read More »
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Back in June, we told you that Robert Rodriguez and Jessica Alba had optioned The Insiders, a French spy thriller comic book series featuring a female lead character that definitely harkens back to Alba’s career-originating turn on the series Dark Angel. At that point the whole thing was just a rights option with Rodriguez set to produce. Now there’s a director, and one that makes the whole package a little more intriguing: JCVD helmer Mabrouk el Mechri. Read More »