There’s a whole mess of spoilers over at /Film today for Terminator: Salvation in the form of Playmates action figures; they ain’t pretty, but they give a peek at the various robot models.
It may be kid-oriented, but CJ7 is a must-see for fans of Hong Kong-style slapstick comedy; it’s coming to the US 3/14/08 and is directed by Stephen Chow of Kung Fu Hustle fame.
Coming to theaters 7/24, G-Force may just be crazy enough to be genius: it’s a Disney film by Jerry Bruckheimer about a team of covert rodents battling transforming robots.
Sure, Race To Witch Mountain may be targeted for kids and filled with cringe-tastically predictable lines, but we’ll see it for the telekinetic aliens, Matrix-like effects and The Rock.
Reviews are mixed over this Japanese-dubbed trailer for Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li; nobody looks like any of the game’s characters, but Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li = hot.
Freshly spotted over at Empire Magazine, above are the first three official pictures from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; we’re having a hard time taking our eyes off Megan Fox.
You may remember Shane Acker’s post apocalyptic 9 short; above is the Tim Burton-produced trailer that adds voiceovers yet remains faithful to the original’s style.
This fan-made Thundercats trailer is surprisingly good; it’s amazing what some snazzy editing (check out that virtual grey face paint on Hollywood actors) and dubbed lines can do.
“What if Uwe Boll made Contra?” will send shivers down the spine of any old-school gamer, but the hilarious parody above is so spot-on we wish it was made into a full-length movie.
This latest trailer for Knowing (w/Nicholas Cage) reveals a bit more of the plot; looks like things are going to get apocalyptic, with a little M. Night Shyamalan-style suspense mixed in.
From the creators of Star Wreck, Iron Sky (currently in pre-production) has a deliciously b-movie style plot: Space Nazis from the far side of the moon invade the Earth in the year 2018.
We’re not sure whether the upcoming G.I. Joe movie will be second grader nirvana or the bomb of the century, but these new posters are at least well produced, with a smokin’ Baroness.
No shaky cam footage or whacked out angles here: the official X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer is above, and while it’s light on FX, we’re liking the dark and foreboding tone.
Penned by Joss Whedon and starring NPH, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is tough to describe but oh-so-funny; suffice to say, fans would be remiss not to pick up the DVD, available 12/19.
Got movie buff friends? Packed with over 1,500 examples from 15 countries over the past 60 years, Modern Movie Posters is a giant 500-page coffee table book for cinemaphiles.
Perfect for those with thrill-seeking Type T personalities, The Sharp End is an exhilarating rock climbing video with everything from free solos and high-lining to BASE jumping.
80s horror flicks don’t get any more hardcore than Friday the 13th, so we’re eagerly anticipating the 2009 remake; it’s filled with pretty, stupid people just waiting to get machete’d.
Screamers 2 isn’t exactly Oscar material, but its blend of low-budget sci-fi horror and its Philip K. Dick lineage makes us plenty happy. That, and Peter Weller, because he’s so the man.
The Spirit’s Octopus character is indisputably cool (hell, it IS Samuel L. Jackson); Hot Toys is releasing a smokin’ 1:6 scale figure with two four-barreled shotguns and revolvers.
The first trailer for Terminator: Salvation is dropping next Tuesday, but ET’s teaser is more than sufficient to get our cyborg senses tingling. The last scene = jaw-dropping badass.
Black Dynamite’s blatant blaxploitation is ironically poignant; coming out in 2009 but filmed like Shaft in the 70s, it may be offensive, but at least it offends everyone equally.
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