Hugh Grant talks about ‘Cloud Atlas’

Hugh Grant talks about ‘Cloud Atlas’

Hugh Grant recently sat down with Empire, for the newest issue, to talk about his film career, but more importantly to talk about the upcoming Tom Tywker and Lana and Andy Wachowski adaptation of Cloud Atlas.  In case you don’t

New Untitled Renny Harlin Film Gets a Poster

New Untitled Renny Harlin Film Gets a Poster

Here we see the new teaser poster for the currently untitled Renny Harlin horror film, which tells the true story of what is called the “Dyatlov Pass Incident.” Apparently 9 hikers were found dead in the Ural Mountains, Russia in 1959,

‘Pusher’ Trailer

‘Pusher’ Trailer

Before Nicolas Winding Refn was an internationally applauded director, he made a series of films called Pusher, and for the most part, they were not noticed by us here in the states.  Well now, we’re getting a remake of the original film

‘The FP’ Trailer

‘The FP’ Trailer

The Alamo Drafthouse is not only the best set of movies theaters on the planet, but they recently got into the distribution game as well. In addition to Bullhead (nominated for this year’s Best Foreign Language Oscar) and Four Lions, they have

Michel Gondry adapting ‘Mood Indigo’

Michel Gondry adapting ‘Mood Indigo’

Michel Gondry is adapting Mood Indigo, a sci-fi/fantasy novel by French novelist Boris Vian. Mood Indigo is also known as Foam of the Daze or Froth on the Daydream, but you already knew that.

‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ Trailer

‘Beyond the Black Rainbow’ Trailer

The debut trailer for the trippy new sci-fi film Beyond the Black Rainbow just came out on Apple Trailers and I must say, I’m very excited for this film. A clear throwback to psychedelic cinema of the 60s and 70s with

‘The Artist’ Owns the BAFTA Awards

‘The Artist’ Owns the BAFTA Awards


The Artist
nearly made a clean sweep of the BAFTAs last night snagging 7 awards including Best Picture, Best Actor (Jean Dujardin), and Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius).  This may be an early indication of what the Oscars have in

‘Machete Kills’ Poster Revealed

‘Machete Kills’ Poster Revealed

The new poster for the sequel to Robert Rodriguez’s 2010 film Machete has surfaced online, but don’t expect to see it in theaters anytime soon.  Rumor has it that shooting will begin this April and will have a release date at

‘Seeking A Friend For The End of the World’ Trailer

‘Seeking A Friend For The End of the World’ Trailer

Here’s the debut trailer for the upcoming end-of-the-world comedy starring Steve Carrell and Keira Knightley, and written and directed by Lorene Scafaria. I must say from the first trailer, this looks pretty promising. Seeking A Friend For The End of the

‘The Aggression Scale’ Trailer

‘The Aggression Scale’ Trailer


 

Above, you’ll find the new trailer for The Aggression Scale which is premiering at SXSW’s Midnighters series. The film is about a group of teens who take on 4 hitmen  over $500,000 in stolen cash.  The film will be

‘Bourne Legacy’ Trailer

‘Bourne Legacy’ Trailer


 

Jeremy Renner replaces Matt Damon in the 4th Bourne film that’s set to release August 3rd of this year.  While some people may be questioning this change, I think the trailer speaks for itself in how much this will

‘Iron Sky’ Trailer

‘Iron Sky’ Trailer

The full theatrical trailer for Iron Sky has just been released and if you haven’t been following the developments of this little space Nazi movie, here’s the most interesting thing: it’s crowd-sourced. Basically, this movie has been funded in it’s entirety by