When the film adaptation of the greatest action-comedy show of the 80′s is directed by a wild talent like Carnahan, you KNOW the A-Team will have some of the most off-the-hook action possible. But the A-Team was more than just guns and bombs, it was a group of four men who looked out for each other like brothers, and if we’re going to see Hannibal, Face, Murdock and B.A. come to life all over again on the big screen, Carnahan has his work cut out for him making that classic 4-way bromance sing.
After 14 video games and over two decades, the Prince of Persia is getting his own movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley and Alfred Molina. And with Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer on board, the bar is set pretty high for action, comedy, romance and adventure. But will it bring us all the elements that have made two generations of gamers fall in love with the source material? Watch our preview and let us know what YOU think!
It’s one thing to put a tool like 3-D in the hands of a man like James Cameron, who delicately and gracefully gives the audience a subtle feeling of depth. It is quite another to give it to a visionary auteur who is famous for breaking all the rules and letting his wild imagination loose on unsuspecting viewers, and with Tim Burton’s take on the tale of Alice in Wonderland, we can expect him to have pulled out all the stops… if he ever had any.
Re-teaming with Disney, Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, this new vision of Alice and her Wonderland have both taken on a distinctly Burton flavour that is sure to make it singularly unique. On top of the visual style, Burton has concocted an entirely new story for Alice. Yes, you read that correctly, Lewis Carroll’s beloved text has been tossed out the window, leaving only the characters themselves to contend with Tim’s wild imagination. Sounds like a fair fight to us!
When we heard that Ryan Reynolds teamed up with Spanish Director Rodrigo Cortes to make a film that takes place exclusively in a coffin for 90-minutes, we were terrified and intrigued. When it rocked Sundance and got a $3-Million Lionsgate distribution deal right after its premiere, we were sold! SO sit back, relax, and get freaked out by these clips from the film and see Ryan & Rodrigo the night of the Sundance premiere!
When Roland Emmerich destroys the world, he does it with a certain panache. Independence Day, Godzilla, Day After Tomorrow are some of his previous epic disaster movies and 2012 looks to be kicking it up yet again. With an off-beat cast including genre favourites like John Cusack, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Woody Harrelson, the Mayan doomsday is compounded by a government conspiracy and some of the biggest scale earth-ending images we’ve ever seen!
Thanks to an industry contact who has to remain nameless, weâ€™ve managed to get our hands on a copy of the much publicized Wolverine Workprintâ€¦ and boy do we have some things to say about it! Some good, some not so good, but this version is by no means the final film weâ€™ll be seeing in theatres in May. It, in fact, is the version that lead to Fox commissioning millions of dollars in re-shoots and changes. Will that make it better? Worse? Thereâ€™s no way to know yet, but this will give us some rare insight to the process of making a blockbuster!