As Moses, Christian Bale is no Charlton Heston – and as good a filmmaker as he is, Ridley Scott is no Cecil B. DeMille.
Matthew Vaughn’s Kinsman: The Secret Service, from his MARV Films, is based on Mark Millar’s graphic novel The Secret Service. Distributed by 20th Century Fox in North America, it stars Colin Firth as a John Steed-like, ultra-British secret agent who brings a street kid with potential (Taron Egerton) into his organization just as a tech wizard, (Samuel L. Jackson) sets a global threat in motion.
A third trailer has just been released with a fair bit of new footage. Check it out after the jump. Kinsman: The Secret Service opens February 13, 2015.
There have been a lot of takes on the ‘mummy’s curse’ over the last hundred years or so, but never quite like this found footage take set in a three-sided pyramid.
The Pyramid opens on December 5th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
The month of February has gotten a bad rap. For almost forever, it has been the month where studios sent the movies they’d lost faith in to die. But a curious thing began to happen back when Daredevil was released in February – it became a modest hit.
So studios began treating February with a little respect and now, you get The LEGO Movie being a huge hit from a February release – and 50 Shades of Grey getting a Valentine’s release.
So, why not a all-out spy thriller? Like, say, Matthew Vaughn’s (X-Men First Class, Kick-Ass) epic looking Kingsmen: The Secret Service – starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Samuel L. Jackson? The new trailer certainly looks entertaining. Check it out after the jump. Kingsmen: The Secret Service opens on February 13, 2015. Enjoy!
Nick and Amy Dunne has been married for five years – in fact, she disappears on the morning of the couple’s fifth anniversary. At first, Nick seems appropriately upset, but gradually his behaviour seems to be in conflict with his declared desire to find her. Did he kill her?
Christian Bale tackles the role that Charlton Heston owned in The Ten Commandments. He looks pretty good in the role, too – maybe as good as Heston.
Check out the new trailer for Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings following the jump. Exodus: Gods an Kings opens on December 12th.
In a new trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service, Colin Firth takes care of business with aplomb; Samuel L. Jackson is casually, and colorfully, evil, and Mark Strong is… Q?
Kingsman: The Secret Service premieres on February 13, 2015 – the same day as Fifty Shades of Grey. will it take care of business as well as Firth does? Check out the trailer after the jump.
A young man named Thomas wakes up to find himself in an elevator rising to a wild green space and a host of other young men who, like him cannot remember anything about their pasts save for their names. The space is surrounded by titanic walls which open into a maze but no one has any idea why they’re there – and then, for the first time, a young woman arrives, who recognizes Thomas.
20th Century Fox has released a new trailer for Gone Girl. It’s short but it packs a punch. Suspicions abound.
Gone Girl is in theaters on October 3rd. Check out the tension-filled trailer after the jump.
Produced by Guillermo Del Toro (does the man never sleep?), Jorge R. Gutierrez’s Book of Life is an animated film that takes us to places we’ve never been, visually. The story, about a young man named Manolo who must decide between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart, premieres on October 17th.
Check out the riotous new trailer following the jump.
The crowd-pleasing (if not critically appreciated) trio of Night at the Museum movies come to a close with Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. This time, Security guard Larry (Ben Stiller) and his lively assortment of historical figures (Robin Williams, Ben Kingsley, Owen Wilson, et al) must journey to London, England when the magic that brings the museum to life at night appears to be waning.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb comes to life on December 19th.