If you’ve ever wondered that a historian’s nightmare looks like, it’s ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’.
All historical accuracies aside (or lack thereof) the film looks like a lot of fun and the latest red band trailer features lots of blood and vampires.
It’s the best trailer for the film so far and sells the concept well.
The film is based on the novel of the same name and reimages the life of Lincoln as an axe wielding vampire killing badass.
“Get ready to ride the Palomino stallion”
The teaser trailer for ‘Anchorman 2’ or ‘Achnorman: the legend continues’ debuted in the US on the weekend in front of ‘The Dictator’.
The teaser is now online and below for your viewing enjoyment with a nice glass of scotch.
The film hasn’t begun production yet and the script is still being written, but we’ll officially see the team (minus Veronica Corningstone at this stage) back together next year.
“Some men are coming to kill us, I’m goning to kill them first”
Impressive teaser trailer for the next James Bond outing ‘Skyfall’.
‘Skyfall’ is released:
26 October 2012 UK
9 November 2012 US
22 November 2012 Australia
The Australian film ‘The Sapphires’ has premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2012.
The film played out-of-competition and following the screening it’s reported to have received a 10 minute standing ovation.
The film stars Jessica Mauboy, Deborah Mailman and newcomers Shari Sebbens and Miranda Tapsell who play four women that were plucked out of country Victoria to become an Australian version of The Supremes.
The film has been acquired by the powerful US distributor The Weinstein Company, that is known for championing films such as ‘The Artist’ and ‘The Kings Speech’ and, we’re predicting it could be the next ‘Red Dog’ at the Australian box office.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer.
We’ll keep this short and sweet, or we should say, shaken and not stirred.
007.com has revealed the first teaser poster for the next James Bond film ‘Skyfall’.
It’s a piece of iconic Bond imagery that works really well with the aid of PhotoShop.
Hit the jump to check out the poster plus a date and time for the first teaser trailer.
Director Ridley Scott must going through a period of nostalgia ahead of the release of ‘Prometheus’ that sees the filmmaker revisit the world of his 1979 film ‘Alien’.
For a long time there have been rumours that buoyed by working on ‘Prometheus’, Scott has been playing with the idea of returning to the ‘Blade Runner’ universe, and last year Alcon Entertainment confirmed that Scott would produce and direct a follow up to the sci-fi classic (Collider story here).
Collider via an official statement have confirmed the shape the new film will take as well as who might be working on the project as screenwriter.
Hit the jump for more details.
‘Iron Man 3’ starts production in the next couple of weeks and director Shane Black is putting the finishing evil touches on his cast.
Variety (via Collider) is reporting that James Badge Dale (television mini-series ‘The Pacific’) has joined the lineup as one of the films potential villains.
Hit the jump to find out who he’s playing, warning potential spoilers.
With the release of ‘The Dictator’ this week, Paramount Pictures are using the film to spruik their next big comedy ‘Anchorman 2’ (and trick people into seeing ‘The Dictator’).
A teaser trailer will be attached to ‘The Dictator’ despite the film’s script not even being complete and shooting starting in February 2013.
Before the teaser trailer appears online, a teaser poster has been released featuring what could be the official title of the film.
Hit the jump to check it out.
One of the greatest modern screenwriters will work on a film based on the life of one of the world’s greatest minds.
Sony Pictures released a statement today confirming that Aaron Sorkin (‘The Social Network’ and television series ‘The West Wing’) will adapt the biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Hit the jump for more details.
We’re waiting on the first trailer for the Australian film ‘The Sapphires’ but for now we have a poster and a clip.
Set in 1968, and based on true events, the film tells the story of four young Aboriginal sisters from a remote mission who are discovered by a talent scout. The girls are put together as a musical act and billed as Australia’s answer to ‘The Supremes’.
The film is directed by Wayne Blair and stars Jessica Mauboy, Chris O’Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Shari Sebbens and Miranda Tapsell.
Hit the jump to check out the poster and clip.
We’ll update with the trailer as soon as it goes live.