Yes, a new Lego trailer. Already. And the film’s poster, as a bonus.
Business as usual. By which I mean bad behaviour with salon quality hair.
This might make you think about Kirk vs. the Gorn in the Star Trek episode Arena. Just for a moment.
Plus a new poster for the film to promote its IMAX release.
He’s less of a Romeo, more of a Charlie.
Zack Snyder was somewhat too busy with Superman to direct the second 300 film, but he did co-write the screenplay with Kurt Johnstad. The new director is one Noam Murro.
First there wasn’t a dome. Then there was. Then people started acting… well, like people. Idiots.
If this trailer was nothing but Fred Melamed in a tracksuit I’d already be at the front of the queue but on top of that, it’s a comedy set in the inherently goofy world of movie trailer voiceovers.
I’m liking the look of this. Particularly the quieter bits.
That seems to be at its best when its taking place in more or less featureless rooms. Perhaps Reeves should have just made a martial arts version of Cube or Exam and been done with it.
Bong Joon-Ho is making his English language moviemaking debut with Snowpiercer, an adaptation of the Transperceniege comics. The set up is simple but the stakes are explosive.
And, yes, they show off the Dragon. Well, his head, anyway. Which was the bit we never really got to see last time.
Who’s the Daddy? When it comes to appearing in short films that help to publicise a good cause, it can only be Ray Winstone
So Olympus Has Fallen was all about the lone wolf saving the day; this has much more of a buddy angle. Never shall it be said that Hollywood doesn’t treasure diversity, variety and invention.
Fans of Ghostbusters have some pretty out-there theories as to what it’s really about. Have a listen to some of their best ideas.