When Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s dark Broadway take on fairytales, Into The Woods, was optioned by Disney, there was a lot of fear that it would wind up being Disnified – so much so that Sondheim had to go on record as saying that that just wasn’t so.
Now the first teaser trailer for the film has been released and it looks a couple shades darker than the usual Disney version. Check it out after the jump.
In Transcendence, the wife and colleague of a dying man attempt to upload his consciousness into supercomputer AI with less than optimum results in a story bookended by a quiet, post-internet post-apocalypse world.
Transcendence, Wally Pfister’s debut as a director, looks as off-the-wall nuts (in a good way) as something by Christopher Nolan (with whom Pfister worked on such films as Inception and the Dark Knight Trilogy). It also looks like a splendid showcase for Johnny Depp and Rebecca Hall.
Check out the new trailer after the jump. Transcendence premieres on April 18th.
Disney’s The Lone Ranger is set in the old west, so naturally trains are a big part of it – the completion of a significant portion of the continental railway is one the film’s key plot points. What isn’t apparent onscreen, though, is that the filmmakers had to build their trains and lay their own track. Check out the video above to see that story – then follow the jump to watch a featurette on the film’s story & characters.
The Lone Ranger is one of those movies that could be either a spectacular success or a mind-boggling failure. The trailers – including the newest one (follow the jump to view) – look great, but trailers can lie. As a Lone Ranger fan since the original TV series, I’m hoping for the spectacular success – but I’m still crossing my fingers.
Here’s hoping The Lone Ranger can bring dusters back – or at least not kill them off for another generation…
Here it is folks The Lone Ranger game day trailer. Have to say, I’m just not feeling this movie. I’m a huge fan of The Lone Ranger so I’ll look forward to seeing the movie on that basis alone. But everything I’ve seen isn’t filling me with confidence. I think Johnny Depp looks ridiculous.
An evil Witch turns Barnabas Collins into a vampire and buries him. But after 200 years, he is freed only to find his descendants and estate in ruins. Confronted by the witch who cursed him, Barnabas must fight for his family and his new love.
Starring Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter and Eva Green.
Directed by Tim Burton.
Written by Seth Grahame-Smith and John August.
Produced by Christi Dembrowski, Johnny Depp, Graham King, Richard Zanuck and David Kennedy.
Genre: Dark Comedy. Check out all our reviews at www.justseenit.com