Delayed once, Gavin O’Connor’s police drama Pride and Glory is making it to the big screen 10/24. We hope this is a winner, with Edward Norton, Colin Farrell and Jon Voight in the cast.
Many of us have had crazy neighbors, but there’s no topping a deranged Samuel L. Jackson; set to the backdrop of a California wildfire, Lakeview Terrace is in theaters now.
Mega construction-bot Devastator is confirmed for Transformers 2; he’ll be composed of seven different vehicles. We can only hope it looks like the rendering above by Josh Nizzi.
Above is an extremely short teaser for the upcoming Gatchaman movie. It looks almost like a spinoff of the recent Speed Racer movie; let’s just hope it has a coherent storyline.
Not that Japan doesn’t have enough monsters, but the Water Dragon hologram above was filmed in Tokyo Bay. It’s actually part of a Sony ad campaign for The Water Horse movie.
This trailer for Fast and Furious 4 has Vin and the gang raiding a gas tanker, Mad Max style. It’s not exactly Oscar material, but who cares: car chases and hot chicks make us happy.
The above video celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic Lego Miniman; it’s even available in 3D. We didn’t know he even had a name; that being said, Go, Miniman, Go!
Above is the latest trailer for James Bond film Quantum of Solace, sequel to the successful Casino Royale. The plot is centered on a coup d’etat and promises more gadgets.
Above is the first English language trailer for the upcoming Transporter 3. As usual, there’s plenty of Audi chase scene goodness; there’s even a bit of impromptu BMX biking near the end.
Babylon A.D.’s trailer doesn’t reveal much plot-wise, but what we do see has us sold: stealth bombers, Russian submarines, cyborg implants, psionic combat and Michelle Yeoh kicking butt.
Big Buck Bunny is a funny animated short with overtones of Rambo. What makes this film unique is that it was created with free software; all its data, characters and textures are open source.
The Iron Man Blu-ray edition (avail. 9/30) packs more punch than a flame-throwing robotic suit. Our favorite extra is the Hall of Armor, which displays 3D schematics of suits and weapons.
It was Earth, all along: Planet of the Apes will be coming to Blu-Ray 11/4 in a 40 Year Evolution five disc set. Includes all five films in 1080p with 5.1 DTS MA, along with a 200 page art book.
Deal: Amazon has a 40% off sale for select Blu-ray movies. Titles include Cars, Apocalypto, Pirates of the Caribbean (all three films) and The Prestige. Psst: free shipping on orders over 25 bucks.
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