A magical looking stop-motion animated film, written by enigmatic auteur Charlie Kaufman who co-directed the film with Duke Johnson, described as “a film about a man crippled by the mundanity of his life.” You may remember it from its Kickstarter campaign.
We like Tom Cruise best in action and sci-fi flicks. The latest in his Mission Impossible series looks as thrilling as ever, despite the guy being 19 years older than in his first MI movie. Plus, Simon Pegg is back. Yay! Hits theaters 7/31/15.
Bryan Singer directs the usual suspects (sorry, couldn’t help that one) in this upcoming X-Men installment; here, the X-Men send Wolverine to the past, where he must fight a war to change the past and protect the future of the species.
Alfonso Cuarón wants us to feel like we are realistically floating in space in the theatre; this extended featurette on his latest film Gravity gives a behind the scenes look at just how that will happen. Guess we need to see it in IMAX.
Mark Wahlberg stars in the true story of four Navy SEALs on an ill-fated covert mission to neutralize a high-level Taliban operative who are ambushed by enemy forces in Afghanistan in Peter Berg’s Lone Survivor. (Thanks everyone!)
The latest from the folks who brought us ParaNorman and Coraline tells the tale of the Boxtrolls, lovable monsters who live beneath Cheesebridge and steal children and cheese under cover of night. (Thanks Anthony!)
Disney’s upcoming Frozen is based on a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale which involves a young girl on an mission to find her sister, whose icy powers have trapped their kingdom in eternal winter. (Thanks Ferdi!)
HBO’s all-too-brief series of Life’s Too Short is ending in a special one hour episode with guest star Val Kilmer; with these hilarious little crumbs, we can’t wait to see it on July 5th.
The next chapter of Frank Miller’s epic saga takes the bloody action to the sea as the Greek general Themistokles pits himself against Xerxes and Artemisia in Noam Murro’s 300: Rise of an Empire. Coming in 2014.
The notorious Manzoni family is relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program, and fitting in soon comes slowly as old habits die hard in Luc Besson’s (The Fifth Element, LÃ©on the Professional) The Family.
Sandra Bullock and George Clooney are astronauts drifting alone in space, attempting to return to Earth after their space shuttle is destroyed in Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity.
(NSFW: you name it) James McAvoy plays a corrupt and scheming policeman who’s up for a promotion and will stop at nothing and no one to get what he wants, in Jon S. Baird’s Filth.
(NSFW: Language) Jim Carrey looks beefed up as Colonel Stars and Stripes in Kick-Ass 2, but is it enough for him and the self-made crusaders to battle against a reinvented Red Mist? We shall see.
A sampling of footage from Season 3 readies us for “the darkness that will swallow the dawn,” with more reasons to hate Joffrey, Tyrion’s permanent scar, and a fly-by from Danerys’ teenage dragon.