Just in time for this week’s Comic-Con, Disney rolled out a new trailer for the upcoming TRON sequel, complete with digitally “de-aged” Jeff Bridges, and lots of new footage.
Ryan Reynolds stars as Paul Conroy, a truck driver who finds himself in a coffin 6 feet under, with nothing but a cell phone and a lighter. Amazingly, he gets a signal down there. Hits theaters Oct. 8th.
Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, Helen Mirren and Tom Worthington star in this drama, about a secret Israeli mission to capture and kill a Nazi war criminal, and what happens 30 years later.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hasn’t been the very selective with his scripts lately, but this return to tough-ass action form for the former pro-wrestler actually looks like it could be halfway decent.
If you haven’t read Bryan Lee O’Malley’s fantastic comic yet, watch this video and get to know more about the characters of the upcoming geektastic movie Scott Pilgrim Vs.The World.
NSFW. The first out of town gig of The Brain Deads is not going well – the venue sucks, the promoter is a creep and their bassist is missing. Also their audience is a pack of bloodthirsty demons.
While we need another M. Night Shyamalan movie like a hole in the head, at least he only wrote, and didn’t direct this one. This creepy trapped-in-an-elevator horror-thriller hits theaters this Fall.
If you never saw Gone Baby Gone, you probably don’t know that Ben Affleck can actually direct. Now’s see him on both sides of the camera in this suspense-filled crime drama hitting 9/17.
After a couple of vague teasers, the studio has finally released a trailer with actual footage from David Fincher’s Facebook epic. It actually looks good now. Nice Radiohead cover, too.
Robert Downey tries to get out of the shadow of Iron Man, while Zach Galifianakis tries his hardest to be the same guy he was in Hangover. Due Date is due on November 5.
While we’re gearing up for tomorrow’s premiere of Inception, one of Christoper Nolan’s earlier one-word-title flicks just hit Blu-ray. The thriller stars Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hillary Swank.
United States of Tara’s Keir Gilchrist, Zach Galifianakis and a cast full of “hey, I know that guy” actors star in this quirky looking teen-coming-of-age-in-a-mental-health-facility flick.
If you’re a fan of elegantly animated Japanese fare like Spirited Away and Ponyo, mark your calendars for the release of Studio Ghibli’s latest film, which hits U.S. theaters August 13th, 2010.
We had no idea how Inception’s James Bond meets The Matrix storyline would play out with puppets, but somehow it does. Bonus points for working in the “Matt Damon” line.
Go figure how well Back To The Future works when set to Ke$ha’s annoyingly catchy Tik Tok. We’re not sure that Mick Jagger looks too much like Doc Brown though. At least not yet.
NSFW. The Japanese sure know how to make movies. Take, for instance, this bit of insanity, loaded with more blood, gore, decapitation, tentacles and boob-monsters than God of War III.
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