The first official trailer for the finale of the Harry Potter series has hit the web, and it’s looking amazing. It’s Harry vs. Voldemort in a battle to the finish. Part 1 hits 11/2010, Part 2 hits 7/2011.
David Fincher’s flick is based on the book The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, a Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal, recounting the explosive early days of the website.
We’re not sure if adding little kids to the Focker series is a good idea, but Stiller and DeNiro were pretty funny in the first
two movie s, so maybe we’ll give it a chance when it comes out this Christmas.
Based on Warren Ellis’ graphic novel, an all-star cast led by Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich play ex-CIA agents who can’t leave their pasts behind.
Castles in the Sky was filmed in 5 exotic countries (think Peru and India) over 3 years, and looks like it’s as much a open love letter to the sport of surfing as much as it is to travel. (Thanks, Ivan!)
Feeling randy, baby? Or just never could get enough of Mike Myers’ shag-a-delic Austin Powers flicks? Now’s your chance to own one of the custom 1970 Jaguar E-Types used in the movies.
Get an early glimpse at Seth Rogan, Jay Chou, and Cameron Diaz in the world-premiere trailer of the quirky superhero remake, directed by Michel Gondry. Christoph Waltz looks menacing as ever.
If you’re craving some Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass action, and worried they won’t be back for the 2012 Bourne reboot, this political thriller from the duo will have to tide you over for now.
After a murder reminiscent of his own parents’ death, Batman struggles with his own demons. It can’t compete with Nolan’s Bat-films, but the $27k fan flick gives 1990s Batman a run for his money.
Can you believe this will be the fourth Resident Evil flick? Us neither. This time, Alice is joined by Claire Redfield to take down the Umbrella Corporation for good. And they’re doing it in 3-D. Opens 9/10.
The Downfall meme returns, thanks to the buzzing South African trumpet known as vuvuzela, which is currently annoying the hell out of both viewers and the players at the World Cup.
Loosely based on a true story, Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi and Gabriel Macht star in this tale of the first money made from what would eventually become the Internet’s most popular pastime.
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