I’m a big fan of John Cameron Mitchell’s last movie Shortbus, so I was excited to see him take on an emotionally complex project like Rabbit Hole, a drama based on the Broadway play of the same name. In it, a successful suburban couple (played by Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) cope with the accidental death of their young son. The duo are already earning Oscar talk after the film’s well-regarded showing at Toronto and now the trailer has landed online. See it embedded after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
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The trailer for the drama/mystery/thriller Unknown — starring Liam Neeson, January Jones, and Diane Kruger and from Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra — has hit the interwebs. Centering squarely around Neeson, Unknown is one of those movies (you know them!) where the main character gets into an accident, goes into a coma for a handful of days, and wakes up to find that no one knows who he is. In fact, someone else — in this particular case, Aidan Quinn — has assumed his identity of Dr. Martin Harris. Or was that ever actually his identity? Who’s crazy? Liam? Or Aidan? Or everyone? Or no one? Who’s sane? Who’s who?!? That’s kinda how you feel after watching this short, and rather thrilling, trailer. January Jones brings her disaffected wife thing, as Neeson’s (former?) wife, while Diane Kruger plays the cab driver that went over the edge with Neeson and mired him in the pickle he’s in. Check out the trailer for Unknown here:
After the break, watch the red band trailer for I Love You Phillip Morris, the long-awaited (unless you’ve already seen it online, in Europe, or on a plane) film that has nothing to do with cigarettes and stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor as cellmates-turned-lovers. Warning: NSFW due to foul language, the sex scene we’ve already seen, and the tragic bottle-blondness of Ewan’s hair. READ FULL STORY »
If the first Burlesque trailer left you on the fence, you’ll definitely want to watch the international trailer below. It’s a better cut with a more relaxed-looking Christina Aguilera, more dancing, more romance (with proof that Cam Gigandet will run the full gamut: shirtless, shirts without sleeves, shirts with sleeves), more Stanley Tucci (imagine if he’d been in Showgirls), more Kristen Bell (with Julianne Hough), and more Cher. (Not only do we get a tease of her onstage, but we also get to watch her deliver the line “If you fall off the stage, leg extended, boobs up.”) Now, I’m officially in. And still curious about when we’ll see a great Alan Cumming moment in a preview. You? READ FULL STORY »
“Next summer…,” promises the narrator in the new teaser for Cars 2. “Get ready to roll with the world’s newest secret agents.” Huh? The sequel to Pixar’s wholesome story about talking racecars and small-town Americana is going to be a spy flick set in exotic locations? Yup. No word yet if Lightning McQueen is now an Aston Martin, but check out the brief teaser below.
Is you engine revved up for Cars 2? Is there part of you that hopes this teaser is playing a joke on us? Or are you comforted by Pixar’s flawless track record?
New TV spots for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I continue to make some fans want to pee themselves out of fear and/or anticipation. A few things are becoming clear (besides how good the special effects are looking): For starters, the filmmakers will rely on the multiple-Harrys Polyjuice Potion scene to lighten the mood. “Look away. I’m hideous,” says Hermione-Harry when her body takes the shape of his (pictured). They want you to know that romance is still a part of the story, even if it won’t be as prominent as it was in The Half-Blood Prince (Harry and Ginny’s kiss is interrupted by a Weasley twin, Ron doesn’t want Harry to tell Hermione that he said they wouldn’t make it two days without her). Lastly, Ralph Fiennes will be giving some children nightmares. Watch the eight spots below. READ FULL STORY »
The Scream 4 trailer that debuted at the Scream Awards was appropriately scream-filled. (Watch it below courtesy of an attendee.) But was it actually scary? For me, the most chilling scene from any of the Scream movies is still the franchise opener of Drew Barrymore on the telephone, when she’s unable to yell out to her parents as they come home. That’s what horrifying — not her mother screaming when she finally sees her daughter hanging from a tree, stabbed multiple times. Building that kind of stomach-turning suspense takes time that a trailer (at least one debuting at the Scream Awards) won’t allow. But that’s the kind of clip I can’t wait to see. During daylight hours. Which is when I’ve seen all the Scream films.
For more on Scream 4, check out EW’s Reunions issue, on stands now. As director Wes Craven says promisingly, “The first [Scream] was very much observing where horror had been for the last 10 to 20 years. And this is very much looking at where horror has been for the last 10 years. There’s always somebody trying to figure out what the rules are to keep from getting killed.”
Free advice for any psychotic death cults reading this: Do not under any circumstances mess with Nicolas Cage, especially if he’s escaped from hell. That is the inescapable lesson of the new trailer for Drive Angry 3D, in which one such cult makes the mistake of killing Cage’s beloved daughter, sending him on a rampage of three-dimensional revenge.
Mostly, that plot is just an excuse to show Cage driving around at unsafe speeds, shooting his gun and blowing stuff up. Is there a more readily badass actor in American cinema today? Drive Angry 3D also features William Fichtner as some sort of Satanic enforcer called “The Accountant” — creepy.
Check out the trailer after the jump. How does Drive Angry 3D look to you? READ FULL STORY »
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