Mark Damon stars as astronaut Mark Watney in Ridley Scott’s adaptation of The Martian by Andy Weir. During the Ares Mission to Mars, a storm forces the crew to abort the mission and, believing Watney to be dead, leave without them.
With scant supplies, Watney has to figure out a way to contact mission control and then survive until help can arrive.
The Martian will be in theaters on October 2nd. Meet the crew of the Ares Mission following the jump – then check out the first full-length trailer!
Melissa McCarthy has shown she can play a character (Saint Vincent, everyone!), which is why Spy is so much fun. In Susan Cooper, CIA super analyst she’s found a character – and a potential franchise – that she can really sink her teeth into.
Also, for a spoof to work it must also succeed in the genre it’s spoofing – and Spy works as a spy movie.
From The Maze to The Scorch, nothing comes easy to the Gladers – especially now that they’re also faced with the nastiness of WCKD on an even greater level.
Check first the new trailer for Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials after the jump. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials opens on September 18th.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX – YouTube
I just don’t know about this movie. There’s nothing about it that’s screaming “love” to me, I’m not digging the tone of the trailers, the dark color pallet or the uniforms, and are people not allowed to smile in this universe? I mean really. Must be grim all the time. I’m trying to remain optimistic and hope for the best. I’m one of the only people on the planet who apparently liked the first two films. Check out these brand new character posters for the movie!
The new trailer for Fantastic Four is now available just beyond the jump.
Lots of new footage including superpowers in use; Doom; interdimensional travel. Check it out – it’s great!
Fantastic Four opens on August 7th.
This weekend your fearless leader is making the annual sojourn to Vegas. I’m flying a red eye on Frontier Air – it’s going to be fine, it’s going to be fine. If I say it enough I’ll believe it. It’s going to be fine…. Who am I kidding; Frontier Air sucks monkey balls. Only the annual National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) convention CinemaCon can get me on Frontier again. CinemaCon is where Movie Theater Owners get together and celebrate their love of movies (as well as whine) directly to the studios. Considering everyone talks about the death of the industry, there are more and more fancier theaters coming to my area – not soon enough and most are too far away. There will be studio presentations, partaaaays, and some cool interviews.
With the remake being helmed by the guy who did Monster House, Gil Kenan, and produced by Sam ‘Evil Dead’ Raimi, I’m expecting great things from 20th Century Fox’s Poltergeist.
Check out the first TV spot for the remake after the jump. Poltergeist opens on May 22nd.
‘The way I figure it, everyone gets a miracle. My miracle was I wound living across the street from Margo Roth Spiegelman.’
So opens the trailer for Paper Towns, the movie based on John Green’s (The Fault In Our Stars) novel of the same name. The speaker, Quentin, details his life of pining for the gorgeous girl across the street and how he came to spend a night helping her wreak vengeance on her cheating (now ex) boyfriend before she vanished – laving behind odd/obscure clues ‘Like a trail of breadcrumbs’ for him to find her.
Check out the intriguing trailer after the jump. Starring Nat Wolff (The Fault In Our Stars) and Carla Delevinge, Paper Towns opens on July 24th.
The Poltergeist remake looks a lot scarier than the original – at least, judging by the trailer. It also has a terrific cast that includes Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt and Jared Harris.
Poltergeist opens July 24th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
When Josh Trank was picked to helm the reboot of the Fantastic Four – on the strength of his found footage take on superpowered people, Chronicle – it was seen as a very good move by 20th Century Fox.
Then came the casting – and what a furor that caused! Now, we finally get our first look at Reed Richards (Miles Teller), Benjamin Grimm (Jamie Bell), Susan Storm (Kate Mara) and her brother, Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan) – and see if all that noise was over nothing.
Check out the Fantastic Four teaser following the jump.