GRAVITY Trailer Starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock | Collider
Man...I do not know if I can watch this movie.
Looks pretty ****in' great.
Isn't that the guy from the last samurai who grew to respect tom cruise?
I love him!
What did Godzilla's director think of Pacific Rim? He told us at Comic-Con | Blastr
I have no doubt that the two movies will be similar, yet different. But I still think that Godzilla has an uphill battle to face having seen the pure spectacle that was Pacific Rim. They didn't really show Godzilla cleanly in the footage at comicon, but they did show his foot stomping down. The one thing that encouraged me is that, despite the cgi nature of today's fx the foot had a distinct man-in-suit look to it. Judging from a lot of reading between the lines it sounds like Edwards is leaning more towards the tone of the Raymond Burr film than Destroy all Monsters(despite the presence of rumored multiple creatures and a footage appearance from what seemed to be Mothra).At a press conference for Godzilla on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con, Edwards was asked what he thought of Pacific Rim, and he was genuinely enthusiastic when he offered that he loved it.
“I think it’s great! I love Guillermo, and he was very supportive of this movie, because obviously throughout the process we did a lot of 'What are you doing?' ‘What are you doing?’ He had nothing but crazy support for us, but [Godzilla] is a very different movie. Ours is obviously set in modern, contemporary times. It’s very much a character-driven movie, which I think is a fair thing to say. It’s got an epic spectacle to it, yet – and I have to be careful which words I use - but it’s got somber moments as well. It’s quite haunting and quite moving. We tried to make a blockbuster that harks back to the pace and style of the early '80s and late '70s action movies.”
KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM to Be Distributed by eOne. KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM Stars Peter Dinklage | Collider
I will get verification, but if this is NOT the directors cut I say avoid.Two years ago, Wrong Turn 2 director Joe Lynch got to show off his horror comedy Knights of Badassdom in Hall H at Comic-Con. The film follows a group of LARPers (Live-Action Role Players) who head out into the woods, end up doing a real spell, and accidentally summon a blood-thirsty demon. As the demon starts picking off LARPers, three friends (played by Ryan Kwanten, Steve Zahn, and Peter Dinklage) have to find a way to defeat the demon. The film also starred Summer Glau and Danny Pudi. The trailer looked hilarious, but then all news on the movie went quiet. It turns out, shady dealings from behind the scenes had taken the film away from Lynch, and that Wade Bradley, the owner of the production company IndieVest, had “made his own 70 minute cut.” Lynch set up a website explaining the whole ordeal, but that site has now been taken down. Entertainment One (eOne) has now picked up the feature for theatrical and VOD distribution, but when reached for comment on Twitter about the deal, Lynch only responded “Till I get a call… #NMC”. I’m assuming “NMC” means “Not My Cut”. I’m still interested in seeing the finished version, but it’s a depressing end for what looked like a promising feature.