It’s been forever, but Vin Diesel’s final Riddick film is just about ready. If the trailer is any indication, it may bring back the dark, twisted, scary, goofy fun of Pitch Black – as opposed to the bloated, ponderous Chronicles of Riddick. Plus, Karl Urban and Katee Sackhoff!
Check it out after the jump. Riddick is in theaters September 6th.
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.
You don’t often see the fifth film in a series – and it’s even less often the best film in the series, like Fast 5. The question is whether Fast & Furious 6 can match its immediate predecessor (certainly none of the movie’s key art has matched this early poster). Check out the final Fast 6 trailer after the jump and see what you think.
Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion is a big movie that takes some familiar ideas and combines and reshapes them in interesting ways. It is a film with breathtaking visuals, epic themes and intimate moments in combination with some unique action sequences. It is also a film that requires its audience to pay attention – at, more so than most end of the world movies.
They’re dead lawmen, saving the world one soul at a time. Jeff Bridges (having way too much fun) and Ryan Reynolds (ditto) star in Universal’s P.I.P.D. – Rest in Peace Department, protecting and serving the living starting July 19th.
Follow the jump to one of the most entertaining trailers of the year.