Be careful what you wish for
Yesterday we got our first look at a batch of promo photos for Disney‘s upcoming theatrical production of Steven Sondheim‘s Into The Woods. Today we get to check out the just-released teaser trailer for the movie. Into The Woods will open in theaters on December 25, so we still have some time to wait before we can see the movie in full. For now, this first teaser trailer will have to suffice. Have a look, see what you think.
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Disney's latest musical production
On December 25, Disney will release a live-action movie based on Steven Sondheim‘s beloved musical Into the Woods (the story that melds various fairytale stories into one narrative). Today we get to see a batch of photos from the film that has, thus far, gotten very little promotion. The first trailer for Into the Woods will be released soon so until then, we have this batch of promo photos to tide us over. You will see characters like Cinderella, the Big Bad Wolf, the Wicked Step Sisters, Little Red Riding Hood and more played by actors like Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep and more. If there’s one thing that Disney usually does very well, it’s the movie musical. I like what I see thus far and can’t wait to see more.
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Vin Diesel spills the beans
Vin Diesel has revealed that It Girl rapper Iggy Azalea will appear in the upcoming sequel film The Fast and the Furious 7 when he spoke to Skyrock FM yesterday. Vin spilled the beans that Iggy filmed a cameo in FF7 last week — and then he posted a photo of the two of them on set together on his official Facebook profile. I don’t think that Iggy‘s cameo in FF7 was necessarily a super top secret, so Vin took it upon himself to break the news to the world. Click below to read what Vin had to say about Iggy‘s appearance in FF7 and see the photo he shared from the set. More »
Here comes 'The Whole Bloody Affair'
When Quentin Tarantino originally envisioned his Kill Bill movies, he planned on releasing volumes 1 and 2 as one long movie. At the movie studio’s insistence, he broke the movie into two parts. In the years since, Tarantino has been teasing the possibility of rereleasing the Kill Bill saga as one film … he even screened it once that way back in 2011. At San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, Quentin spoke about the project and promised to release The Whole Bloody Affair as one movie sometime in 2015 … which is only the best news ever. More »
Photography by Emilie Elizabeth
My good friend and photographer Emilie Elizabeth was in attendance at San Diego Comic-Con this year with her trusty camera and she snapped some of the best photos that came out of SDCC this year … and she is graciously sharing some of her photos with us. Emilie was in San Diego all weekend long shooting many of the major events and as you can see in the gallery presented here, she really captured the fun of Comic-Con. She snapped photos of the Batman cowl/cape exhibit, she ran into folks like George RR Martin and Norman Reedus from The Walking Dead and she snapped lots of really amazing photos of many of the attendees all dressed up in costume. This gallery is just a sample of the photos she took all weekend long at SDCC — I think you will love them all. You can see more of Emilie‘s work on her official website HERE. Enjoy.
WITH the release date of September 11
The Michael Bay reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will open in theaters here in the US next month but the film will open internationally in Australia on September 11. A genius in the promo department for TMNT thought it would be a great idea to work up poster artwork for the film that features the turtles jumping from an exploding building with the release date of September 11 listed at the bottom. Obviously, this decision has upset quite a few people who remember still the horror that took place in NYC 13 years ago this September 11. More »
Because everything that is old must be repackaged, revamped and rebooted into something new … we get to see, today, the first trailer for the upcoming reboot of Max Max. Titled Fury Road, this new version of the movie (which originally starred Mel Gibson and Tina Turner) stars Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. I only saw the 1980 Mad Max movie once, many years ago so I’m not too familiar with the overall story. This new version looks gritty and more serious. I love Tom Hardy so I’m intrigued, are you? Click the embed above to check out the trailer and see what you think.
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He's had a change of heart and I'm PSYCHED!
Y’all. I feel so warm and gooey inside right now. So, the great Quentin Tarantino had a pretty rough year. Shortly after announcing that he was working on a new movie, the script for that movie leaked and all hell broke loose. Tarantino came out and publicly accused some of his actors, and even attempted to sue Gawker for leaking it. Then he announced that he was not going to make the movie after all. Well, someone or something changed his mind because the project is officially back on! Click inside for more!
feat. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Julianne Moore & Natalie Dormer
Over the weekend I shared some great pictures from the San Diego Comic-Con Hunger Games: Mockingjay event, and I mentioned that fans there got a look at the new trailer for the movie. And today we have our first look as well! For me, the best/worst part was seeing Philip Seymour Hoffman (Plutarch Heavensbee) in the beginning of it. But yeah, it looks pretty awesome. Peep the trailer for more!
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 hits theaters November 21.
Also starring Haley Joel Osment, which is great
OMG, what is this movie?! I truly have no idea what I just watched, but since it’s a Kevin Smith movie (and he’s responsible for one of my favorite movie characters of all time), I’m kind of into it. Tusk stars Justin Long and Haley Joel Osment, and it’s being described as a “wacky horror thriller” about a man who gets turned into a walrus. Lots of weirdness in the trailer, and lots of great jokes about Canada, so peep the video for more!
Tusk trailer just debuted at Comic-Con and it will be released on September 19.