For electronic dance music to work in a concert setting – as a live spectacle that you would actually pay concert prices to see – the bar, in my mind, is pretty high. You need good mixes and well-wrung beats, sure, but the music can’t stand on its own – especially seeing as it’s […]
Michael Bay is all about tackling nostalgia projects. After working on the blockbuster series, he’s now poised to release another classic: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The first glimpse of the new turtles in action has just been released.
The team that brought you ambitious films such as “The Matrix” and “Cloud Atlas” is back with another fascinating Sci-Fi Thriller. The Wachowski’s “Jupiter Ascending” just released its first full-length trailer.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” is Marvel’s most ambitious comic-to-movie adaptation yet, but if the film is as good as the trailer, then it looks like Marvel has another success on its hands.
In the final trailer release for “Divergent” the meaning of the word is finally revealed. The trailer also shows things heating up between the young stars playing Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) as well as the tension rising with this film’s primary antagonist played by Kate Winslet.
If you’re ready to be swept away on another whimsical adventure with indie director Wes Anderson, you don’t have too much longer to wait. The trailer for Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was just released.
Bilbo, Gandalf and the merry band of gold-seeking dwarves are back in action in the new trailer for Peter Jackson’s second “The Hobbit” installment.
The first teaser for “Child of God” has recently been released and appears to continue the odd style Franco has showcased in the past.
The next young adult novel to vie for the chance to be the next “Hunger Games” is Veronica Roth’s “Divergent.” And judging by the all star cast and action-packed trailer, it looks like this film might be able to tap into that “Hunger Games” success.
Daniel Radcliffe is returning to his literary roots, but this time he’s playing the writer and not the writer’s invention.