Monthly Archives: September 2013

Universal Titles Jurassic Park 4 JURASSIC WORLD – Set Release on June 12th, 2015 – Plus Watch the Pitch Trailer

Jurassic World Banner - CopyEarlier this week, and to the liking of many fans, Universal announced the release date and official title for the forthcoming Jurassic Park sequel.  Formerly titled Jurassic Park 4, Universal revealed that Jurassic World will be roaring its way into theaters on June 12th, 2015.  The June 12th release date was appropriately and smartly announced just after the news that Disney would be pushing back Pirates of the Caribbean 5‘s release date from June 10th – so the weekend will likely belong to the dinosaurs.  Along with the announcement of the title change and release date, a pitch trailer allegedly presented to Stephen Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy by director Colin Trevorrow has found its way online.  Hit the jump to read more and check out the film’s exciting pitch trailer.   Read the rest of this entry

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Two New Promo Posters from Spike Lee’s OLDBOY Remake Starring Josh Brolin

Oldboy Brolin 3 - CopyTwo new promotional posters for director Spike Lee‘s re-adaptation of South-Korean thriller Oldboy have made their way online via the film’s Facebook page this morning.  Both of the poster’s sarcastically highlight the amenities of the room that Joe Doucett (Josh Brolin) had lived in for 20 years under solitary confinement.  The film centers upon the vengeful mission one man sets out on after his unexpected and inexplicable release from being kidnapped and held in solitary confinement.  Spike Lee’s reimagining of the film is sure to have plenty of callbacks to its highly praised original, and judging by the film’s red-band trailer (featured below), there will be no shortage of blood.  Hit the jump to check out the posters and the film’s trailer. Read the rest of this entry

Disney and Marvel Move Edgar Wright’s ANT-MAN up to July 31st, 2015

Ant-ManAt this point, it’s no secret that the 2015 film slate is chock full of highly anticipated blockbuster flicks – many of the superhero genre.  To make the summer more interesting, Disney and Marvel have announced that they plan to move director Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man up nearly four months from its initial November 6th, 2015 release date to July 31st, 2015.  Seeing as Warner Bros. plans to release the highly anticipated Batman vs. Superman film on July 17th, 2015, it would seem as if Marvel feels good enough about Ant-Man to pit the film against the World’s Finest team up.  Hit the jump to read more. Read the rest of this entry

First Trailer for José Padilha’s ROBOCOP Remake

RoboCop KinnamanThe first full-length trailer for director José Padilha’s upcoming RoboCop remake has been released online.  I’m too young to have a real connection with the original three RoboCop films, but it was something that I always enjoyed watching as a kid.  That being said, I think that’s the reason why I was impressed with the new trailer for the 2014 remake – as many fans are griping on the internet about the newest iteration of the franchise.  One thing that can be said is that the film is sure to offer fans plenty of nods and callbacks to the 1987 original while offering a new take and spin on the character.  Joel Kinnaman stars as Alex Murphy, a charismatic police officer in Detroit in the year 2028 who is offered the opportunity to become part man, part police officer after being critically injured in the line of duty.  Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Read the rest of this entry

Josh Brolin Confirms BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN Rumors

Josh BrolinThe debate over the last two months between fanboys, fangirls, and well, the entire universe has centered upon the potential actors that will don the cape and cowl as the Dark Knight in the much anticipated Man of Steel sequel.  Now that Warner Bros. and Zack Snyder have announced that acclaimed actor/director Ben Affleck will be the next Caped Crusader, rumors about other actors approached for the role have come to light.  In a recent interview with the Huffington PostJosh Brolin confirmed the rumors surrounding his former potential involvement in the next film to extend the Batman film mythology.  Hit the jump to read more. Read the rest of this entry