Inglorious Basterds Trailer

11 02 2009

The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s greatly anticipated latest effort is finally here.


Looks promising to me.



Blindness Trailer

3 07 2008

Fernando Meirelles, director of City of God and The Constant Gardener, now brings us Blindness.

This looks great! Blindness has a really cool and creepy premise and it is drawing a lot of comparison to The Happening which I have still yet to see. I hadn’t heard anything about this movie before today, and I’m not sure how this one got past me. I’m a big fan of both Mark Ruffalo and Julianne Moore and with Danny Glover and Gael Garcia Bernal involved as well, I can’t wait.


Quantum of Solace Trailer

30 06 2008

The trailer for the new Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, was made available this morning.

It looks good. I was really impressed by Daniel Craig’s performance in Casino Royale, as well as the film as a whole. No matter what anyone says, Daniel Craig was the best choice for the role. It doesn’t look like I’ll be let down by this film either.

Quantum of Solace currently has a November 7th release date.


The Tale of Despereaux Trailer

28 06 2008

Another CG animation movie about a misfit mouse, will be out this winter. This comes by way of The Movie Blog.

Given the basic subject matter, The Tale of Despereaux will undoubtedly draw comparison to last year’s Pixar movie, Ratatouille. This isn’t necessarily bad news, as it could help get people into seats.

The animation on this looks really good. It’s a real departure from the standard that has been set by Pixar and imitated by most other CG animation companies in recent years. The cast is they’ve assembled is pretty stacked too, featuring Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame, as well as Dustin Hoffman, Matthew Broderick, Sigourney Weaver, Christopher Lloyd, and more.

The Tale of Despereaux hits theaters on December 19th.


Burn After Reading Trailer

26 06 2008

Trailer for the Coen Brothers’ new film, Burn After Reading, starring Brad Pitt, John Malkovich, George Clooney, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, and J.K. Simmons.

I was beyond excited when they announced the cast of this film , and this trailer only further fuels that excitement. The Coens don’t don’t disappoint often, and I don’t expect to be let down by this one either. This looks wild.


RocknRolla Trailer

26 06 2008

They’ve finally released the trailer for Guy Ritchie’s newest film, RocknRolla, Gerard Butler, Tom Wilkinson, and Thandie Newton.

Another London underworld movie, involving Russians, Americans and lots of money changing hands. This is not a bad thing at all. It is what Guy Ritchie is good at, and he hasn’t had a miss yet, in my opinion. It has a feeling about it akin to Snatch, and I cannot wait. Plus, Ludacris is in it.


‘My Name Is Bruce’ To Hit Theatres In October

25 06 2008

nullMy Name Is Bruce was finished about a year ago, but very few people have ever seen it. The story is stars Bruce Campbell, star of the Evil Dead trilogy, playing himself. Fans mistake him as the character he plays in the films, Ash, and he is dragged from his Oregon trailer into a fight with a real monster.

It Seems that My Name Is Bruce is finally getting a wide theatrical release, as well as some money for a reshoot. This news comes from The Movie Blog by way of ShockTillYouDrop: attended the Saturn Awards on Tuesday night in Universal City, California and caught up with Dark Horse Comics’ Mike Richardson, who told us that Bruce Campbell’s My Name is Bruce will hit theaters this October.

“Some people maybe thought the film fell out or that there was something wrong with it,” Richardson says, touching on Bruce’s slow journey getting before wide audiences. It was roughly a year ago that it screened to CineVegas film fest attendees. “We did our shoot, put it in the can and the studio that financed it liked it so much they gave us more money to do a second shoot. We beefed it up so it could go into the theaters.”

This is awesome news! This movie looks pretty hilarious, and I can’t wait to see what it looks now that they can afford to beef it up.

Here’s a trailer from last year.