There’s an anti-IMF organization out there called The Syndicate – the rogue nation of the film’s title. The only tool we have for beating The Syndicate is the Impossible Missions Force – or rather, did.
The IMF has just been dissolved and its members are wanted by the CIA.
Check out the new trailer after the jump. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation premieres on July 31st.
After the success of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, in which several scenes were filmed in IMAX, the Christopher McQuarrie -directed fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise will also be digitally remastered for IMAX.
Mission: Impossible 5 reunites stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames. New to the series are Alec Baldwin, Rebecca Ferguson and Sean Harris.
I’ve seen Hector and the Search for Happiness three times and a bit – only the first two were versions of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Danny Kaye, 1947 and Ben Stiller, 2013) and the bit was parts of a TV series called My World and Welcome To It, all of which were based on the writing s of James Thurber.
It’s always fun when a movie title describes precisely what’s in the box. Hector and the Search for Happiness. Seriously, what more do you need to know? Other than that it’s one of the films making its North American Premiere at the Toronto Film Festival – and that it stars Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike, Toni Collette, Christopher Plummer, Stellan Skarsgård and Jean Reno.
There are two trailers for Hector after the jump. One is apparently the regular theatrical trailer (which I like, a lot) and the other is for TIFF (which I also like, but a little less). Feel free to check them both out and let us know which makes you happier.
L. Frank Baum wrote, ‘There’s no place like home.’ Thomas Wolfe coined the expression, ‘You can’t go home again.’ Oddly enough both expressions apply to the final film in Edgar Wright’s Three Flavours: Cornetto Trilogy – possibly the best of the summer blockbusters and a pure delight to encounter as summer tentpoles get more and more ridiculous.
Edgar Wright’s The World’s End might the final entry in the so-called Cornetto Trilogy, but there’s a lot more than that going on in it. Wright and stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost talk about some of the movie’s themes in a new featurette, Not What It Used To Be (as in ‘The future…’).
Check it out after the jump. The World’s End premieres on August 23rd.
Yes, it’s true – The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy will be complete with the August 23rd launch of The World’s End. Explore the themes of the trilogy in the featurette above and then follow the jump to get some of the cast’s insights into how director Edgar Wright (whose next project with be Marvel’s Ant-Man – at long bloody last!) works.
The final chapter of the loose trilogy formed with Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz is nigh! Edgar Wright’s The World’s End takes the concept of consequences of the pub crawl way beyond a mere hangover as his five protagonists return to their hometown to complete the epic crawl they failed to finish year before – to fond that their hometown isn’t quite as they remembered it.
Five guys, twelve pubs, sixty pints – only things have changed on the Golden Mile…
From the writing team of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) comes The World’s End – five guys trying to finish an epic pub crawl that they totally failed to complete years before. Only, when they go home again, something has changed – and it’s not them! Check out the international trailer after the jump. The World’s End opens on August 23rd.