Posts Tagged ‘Trailer’
Why did J.D. Salinger stop publishing? Does he have manuscripts hidden away in a vault? Do Edward Norton, John Cusack, Martin Sheen, and Danny DeVito like Catcher in the Rye as much as you? Why does a documentary about an author look like an edge-of-your-seat Da Vinci Code knock-off? Get ready for these questions and more to be raised and occasionally answered in the trailer for Salinger.
Continuing their tradition of film-level standards and things with “True” in the title, HBO will next year premiere the new series True Detective. Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson recreate the magic chemistries of Edtv and Surfer, Dude to star as the honest-to-god detectives, while Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre director Cary Fukunaga directs. There’s not a firm air date yet, but here’s a brief teaser setting up the mystery of why Matthew McConaughey is suddenly a respectable actor doing projects you actually want to see.
Fans have always wanted to see Robert De Niro and John Travolta physically assault each other, and it looks like they’re finally going to get the chance with Killing Field.
The latest minimal effort from When in Rome/Daredevil/Ghost Rider/Simon Birch director Mark Steven Johnson, the film casts De Niro as a military vet skipping out on a baptism to take it easy in his remote hunting cabin. When Travolta arrives with a ridiculous accent and ink for a beard, De Niro quickly welcomes him into a wilderness Perfect Strangers scenario as European roommate and hunting companion. But, turns out Travolta is a Serbian with a wartime grudge against De Niro, so probably like 70 minutes into this thing the two are going to start killing each other.
Here’s the trailer. It looks about as good as Travolta’s painted-on frame of hair.
Find out July 12 whether or not the waterboarding rinses off Travolta’s beard.
Release Date: June 8, 2012 (3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D) Studio: 20th Century Fox Director: Ridley Scott Screenwriter: Damon Lindelof, Jon Spaihts, Ridley Sco…
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A comic lineup that includes Ken Marino, Demetri Martin, Tig Notaro, Nick Offerman, Rob Corddry, and more have turned up for Lake Bell’s feature writing-directing debut, In a World…, which won Best Screenplay at Sundance. Bell also stars, playing a struggling voice actor trying to compete in the male-dominated world of trailer narration, where ominous, masculine timbres–like her father’s–get all the good jobs explaining the most essential trait of movie worlds. Here’s the trailer, which also features some bigger-name cameos from Eva Longoria and SunnyD. Two of our best alternatives to purple stuff!
FilmWorks Entertainment presents “Checking Out” on DVD May 22nd 2012 – The legendary Peter Falk (“Columbo”) is irresistible in a life-affirming comedy to die…
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Extended ‘White House Down’ Trailer Takes Over Four Minutes To Explain That It’s ‘Die Hard’ in the White House
We’ve already been shown a couple White House Down trailers, but this one really stands out. Mostly in that, at 4:19, it takes an unnecessarily long amount of time to explain that Channing Tatum’s John Cale will save more U.S. Presidents than will musician John Cale, who has thus far saved zero U.S. Presidents. Have a look below as you slowly reconsider the relative merits of the acclaimed 1973 album Paris 1919.
Taking a brief departure from Europe and younger women, Woody Allen returns to another of his favorite subjects, upper-class New York socialites, for Blue Jasmine. Cate Blanchett puts on an American accent to star in the film, which looks outwardly like a pretty straightforward tale of privilege: when she suddenly loses all her riches, Jasmine has a breakdown and is forced to go live in San Francisco with her sister’s working-class home, and her working-class Andrew Dice Clay. There, she openly regards herself as being above her hosts, but you know how these prince-to-pauper things go–assumedly she’ll learn some important moral lessons from these plebs, and hopefully Louis C.K. eventually gets some lines, because he doesn’t say shit in this trailer. Have a look:
Get it? She’s blue and her name is Jasmine. Woody’s wordplay hasn’t missed a beat.
Question by hiya: What is the release date of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows PART 2 TRAILER?
not the movie release date, but the trailer! i’ve heard that it might be tomorrow, March 11th. also, what time of day do you think it will be released? thanks!
Answer by Isábelle
I’m sorry to say the release date of the trailer is currently unknown.
There have been speculations that it may be released March 25th (as a preview before the movie Sucker Punch), but it has been said that on April 15th, when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 is released on DVD, there will be a scene from the second part on the DVD.
And I’m not sure at all as to what time of day the trailer would be released.
Add your own answer in the comments!