The first glimpse of the next Coen brothers film gives us a lot to look forward to.
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Which film has the best trailer? Which film are you most excited for? Watch all three and comment!
One of the films slated for release this Holiday season which I don’t predict to be a huge Oscar contender, but I do predict to be an enjoyable distraction is Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck’s ‘The Tourist.’
‘All Good Things’ gets distribution, first look at Penn as Cheyenne, first trailer for ‘127 Hours’…
This Oscar hopeful looks remarkably solid after it’s first trailer premiere.
Trailers for three films that could show up at the Oscars this coming season.
Richard J. Lewis’ film hopes to be one of the breakouts of the Toronto International Film Festival.
The movie that was once thought of as a joke is now a serious Oscar contender.
It appears that Katie and the demon inside her are back to terrorize the sequel.
‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ gets its best trailer yet!
A brief glimpse of the final Harry Potter film premiered at the MTV Movie Awards and now the one minute segment is online. Check it out!
Nobody is more pissed about Arizona’s new law than Machete. And he is the one Mexican you don’t want on your bad side.
So maybe the aliens really are bad guys. The newest trailer for Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 reveals a lot more about what to expect from the film. Most importantly, it looks like it’s not a movie about human exploitation of an alien species. Or at least, the aliens are not completely helpless. The new trailer […]
It’s in German, but of the 4-minute clip there is only dialogue for about a minute and a half. It gives you a really great idea of David Yates’ style for the sixth movie – just as dark and sinister as the fifth. I already want to see this in IMAX. I absolutely can not […]
Awards Daily has pointed us to this preview of the upcoming film Nine that was played on ET: This film has to be an actresses dream. It’s based on a musical that is based on a play that is based on Fellini’s 8 1/2. I stick to my Oscar predictions on this one that it […]
Happy Good Friday everybody. It was a buzzing week in the blog-o-sphere. Here’s what I’m reading/watching. 3 Links of the Week: /film‘s Hunter Stephenson has posted a 20,000+ word review of Observe and Report and everything else that Jody Hill has done prefaced with an homage to the downfall of the American white male. Meanwhile […]