As if sorority girls haven’t gotten a bad name long enough, “Sorority Row” sets out to make them appear dumber, sleazier and totally worthy of being slaughtered by a maniac.
Marketing for the movie includes “confessionals” by the girls. If by confession you mean sharing how you and your sisters nearly crossed the line at that last foam party. I mean the poster already looks like one for “The L-Word.” Guys need no help imagining sorority girl-on-girl.
See more confessionals at IGN
‘The Tournament” is about assassins. And from the trailer, I can tell it features two of the most un-scary assassins in history: Kelly Hu and Ian Somerhalder. Seriously. Those two make Lynette Squeaky Fromme look like a good aim.
The movie has no release date yet, which means it’s probably headed straight to DVD.
I’m so bummed. I didn’t get any presents or cards for “Avatar Day.” I’m being silly. Actually, I didn’t get to see the free footage because there wasn’t a theater close enough (and I had concert tickets to Journey and Heart).
So I did the next best thing. I raided various blogs and read a lot of comments from people who saw the 15 minutes of James Cameron’s “Avatar.” Like every other movie in history, some people liked what they saw and some didn’t.
The most surprising thing I discovered was that most theaters weren’t full of people, despite all the people who wanted tickets and couldn’t get them.
Variety reports that Judy Greer has been cast as the mother/owner of that giant un-funny comic strip dog “Marmaduke.”
Fox is making the CGI/live-action movie. There’s one thing I can’t figure out about this movie. If Greer is playing the owner/mother, then who is going to play the zany best friend/sister/co-worker/maid of honor?
In other Judy Greer news, she has also been cast in “Love and Other Drugs” with Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway. Greer will play the zany pharmaceutical company instructor. Thank goodness for that! When Judy Greer is out of her comfort zone, I’m out of my comfort zone.
“The Wolfman” trailer has clawed and ripped its way past my expectations.
We get a better glance at how the movie was shot and just how dark it will be. There’s also a cool transformation moment that looks to rival the famous scene in “An American Werewolf in London.” That should be no surprise since Rick Baker (who won an Oscar for his “An American Werewolf in London” makeup) is also credited for “The Wolfman’s” makeup. Of course, now he has the help of a little CGI.
The trailer follows movie images that were revealed Wednesday.
No thanks to Apple, the “Avatar” trailer has arrived. Thanks goes to Trailer Addict.
It looks as cool as one would expect, but a little cartoony. I don’t know, maybe I’ll be more excited after I get over all the issues Fox has had. First it was the “Avatar” ticket site crash then it was Apple’s countdown ticker that counted down to nothing. I just hope James Cameron’s first movie in years lives up to all this hype. I mean it even has its own “holiday” tomorrow.
Apple was supposed to debut the teaser trailer for James Cameron’s “Avatar” by now, but I watched the Apple/Avatar countdown clock count down to zero. Then it disappeared. And 25 minutes later, NOTHING.
Thank you, Apple, for NOTHING!
I hate to sound bitter and normally I wouldn’t write such a post, but I was ready to get this up as soon as it debuted. I was showing real dedication. So here’s my post. Proof to myself, at least.
Stay tuned. If they do post it, I’ll let you know what we think.
Bloody Disgusting uncovered an unused trailer for Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II” and for the life of me, I can’t understand why it’s not being officially used.
For the first time, I’m actually not insulted or offended by this movie. This trailer actually makes me kind of want to see it. At least up until the part that shows Sheri Moon Zombie as the ghost of Michael Myers’ dead mother.
I even like the subtle nod to some of John Carpenter’s original “Halloween” music. Now I’m not saying I’ve had a total change of heart about this movie, I’m just saying this trailer could actually sell skeptics like myself. They’re crazy for not using it.
Universal has released some stills from “The Wolfman,” and they reveal just enough to get me excited.
The movie is a remake of 1941′s “The Wolf Man,” starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Claude Rains. Benecio Del Toro and Sir Anthony Hopkins take on those roles this time around.
Lawrence Talbot (Del Toro), a haunted nobleman, is lured back to his family estate after his brother vanishes. Reunited with his estranged father (Hopkins), Talbot sets out to find his brother… and discovers a horrifying destiny for himself.
‘The Wolfman” is set to be released Feb. 12, 2010. Universal will release the first trailer Thursday so be sure to come back and check it out. Update: See the trailer here.
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It’s for one night only, but the classic “The Wizard of Oz” will will hit theaters in its first-ever High Definition presentation. On Sept. 23, 440 movie theaters nationwide will show the movie as part of its 70th Anniversary.
I think I’ll go have my mind erased so I can see it for the very first time. And so I won’t know that even though it’s being presented in HD, it still looks like it’s a 70-year-old movie.
To find out if there’s a participating theater near you, check out the NCM Web site.