Turns out that Coppola’s experiment has been carried out on far too small a scale to really prove anything. I wonder how long it will be before somebody else dabbles with these ideas?
The world’s greatest film director is slumming it in front of the camera again. Will he does his Welsh Jamaican accent again?
“We don’t want to produce something that doesn’t do the franchise justice…”
The mythology of Pacific Rim is clearly very rich and quite complex but this trailer will lead you a long way into it. Thankfully, it doesn’t give away too much plot while it’s doing so.
Judging from this new trailer, it might be that oooh! aaaah! kind of 3D.
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It all looks rather moody. And damp. Watch out Batman – if Deathstroke doesn’t get you, I reckon a really nasty cold will.
I wouldn’t call this image unsafe for work, but seeing as I’m at work now, in my own bed, perhaps my standards are out of touch.
I think Zack Braff might consider going into hiding for a bit.
A huge spoiler for How I Met Your Mother follows. Unless you’ve already seen this week’s episode, in which case… very minor spoilers for the next series probably won’t bother you too much.
Much sport was had on Sunday, trying to deduce who exactly J. August Richards is playing in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. There wasn’t much footage of his character in the first trailer, and little more in the second, but guesses were flying around in thick swarms.
Karl Urban likes to get it done at breakfast.
You no longer have to summon up ninjas, dragons, chefs, wax traffic wardens or whatever else – you can now call on Batman, Superman, or Wonderwoman…
This is a sizzle reel for Tobias Fünke’s new enterprise, a little filmmaking idea that he’s pitched to Ron Howard specifically. It’s like having a mango in your mouth.
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I want to see this and I want to see it now.
Just in case you’re scared of big budgets, cinema screens or A-list talent, here are some alternatives to the new Guillermo Del Toro and M. Night Shyamalan movies.
We’ll call it Mission: Impossible 5 for now but the final title probably won’t have as many numbers or so little punctuation.
Seems like Asylums and rabbit hole adventures just fit together in the mass imagination.
I wonder if this collage marketing campaign is going to be the closest World War Z gets to the original novel.