’300: Rise of an Empire’ Trailer and Poster – The Sea Will Run Red with Blood

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Zack Snyder’s stylishly violent swords and sandals epic, 300, was a surprise box office smash (taking in $456 million worldwide in the spring of 2007), but no one kids themselves into believing that his cinematic vision was not responsible for that chest-beating comic book adaptation being so enjoyable to watch. This is why the upcoming sequel/prequel, 300: Rise of an Empire, has prompted more wariness than excitement, as Snyder passed on directing to make Man of Steel instead.

Rise of an Empire is based on Frank Miller’s 300 companion graphic novel “Xerxes,” which Snyder and his 300 co-writer Kurt Johnstad adapted in a script. The film centers about the Battle of Artemisium, a naval conflict that pitted the Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) against the vengeful commander on the Persian navy, Artemesia (Eva Green), plus the Persian leader Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), who acquired a serious god complex by the period.

Not surprisingly, the newly-released Rise of an Empire trailer appeals heavily to everyone’s nostalgia for the first movie, between shots of Xerxes leering over King Leonidas’ (Gerard Butler’s) corpse and the VO narration by Lena Headey – who’s now a more substantial star thanks to Bet on Thrones – reprising as Queen Gorgo. That’s despite the fact that neither 300 lead is expected to create anything further than a glorified cameo within the new installment (a misleading, but smart, marketing angle to consider).

The Battle of Artemisium occurred at the same time as the Battle of Thermopylae depicted in 300; hence, Rise of an Empire is described as being a 300 ”mid-quel” rather than either a pure sequel or prequel. The Rise of an Empire director Noam Murro has said the film will offer a “whole different choreography of fighting and war,” which could be an effective means to distinguish the movie from Snyder’s brazen storytelling and action coordination in its predecessor. (Or, it could just be an excuse for why Murro’s adaptation feels like a hollow knockoff.)

So far, based on the trailer, the digitally-enhanced visuals and cinematography in Rise of an Empire seem decent, but they lack that extra “oomph” factor and flair that Snyder brought to the proceedings. And bless Stapleton for effort, but he doesn’t seem to possess either the macho presence or yelling capacity that made Butler so memorable as a Greek warrior. Maybe Green playing a treacherous warrior lady will make up for that…?

New ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Villain Details: Who Are The Marauders?

 

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For nearly 12 months, we’ve been speculating that Thor: The Dark World could feature multiple realms and more than one enemy faction vying with the destruction of Asgard. Lately, most of the Thor 2 villain conversations have centered around a face-off relating to the titular God of Thunder and Dark Elves led through the wrathful Malekith the Accursed (Christopher Eccleston). The state plot synopsis for Thor: The Dark World painted a clear picture of where Malekith and his army match the post-Avengers storyline – leading many fans to assume how the Dark Elves were the only game around.
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nd new comment from Marvel Studios executive producer Craig Kyle confirms which the Dark Elves will never be the only real enemy f

action Asgard will face in Thor 2 – teasing another number of evildoers called “The Marauders.”

The Marauders were previously captured in Dark World set-photos and video – even though it was unclear, at that time, that they squeeze into the larger storyline (in addition to Mjolnir fodder). Now, from an Empire [via CBM] interview with Kyle, we’ve got a bit more advice about their Thor 2 role together with confirmation of other key plot details.
Malekith (Christopher Eccleston) as well as the Dark Elves
In line with the report, Thor: The Dark World will pick-up 12 months following your Avengers – and 2 years after the first Thor movie. In the sequel’s start, Th

or – “now a full-time general” – with the exceptional forces have ended-extended at war in The Nine Realms en masse of “rag-tag invaders called the Marauders” thins and weakens the Asgardian army. Addressing the Marauder threat leaves Asgard vulnerable – allowing Malekith as well as the Dark Elves to mount a far more effective assault on Thor’s home realm. Get the job done Marauders are acting on their very own orders or are manipulated by Malekith, Loki, Thanos, or other sorts of unseen enemy isn’t known at this time. Though, it’s simple think about the Dark Elves while using the Marauders as pawns into their larger intends to destroy Asgard.

 

 

 

 

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Looks to Make 2013 Release Date; New Trailer Arriving Soon

wolf wall street december release date Wolf of Wall Street Looks to Make 2013 Release Date; New Trailer Arriving SoonStudios traditionally save their most artistically-promising movies for release till the last ninety days of the year (a.k.a. awards season), and 2013 isn’t any unique of every other year, in that respect. Director Martin Scorsese and screenwriter Terence Winter – collaborators within the pilot episode for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire TV series (produced by Winter and created by Scorsese) – teamed for any true story-based study of 1990s Wall Street, titled The Wolf of Wall Street, that’s been slated to become a major competitor from the 2013 awards derby for a long time now.

However, a little while ago, good news emerged that Scorsese’s new film (his fifth headlined by Leonardo DiCaprio) may not make November 2013 release date it turned out originally scheduled for. It now seems much more without doubt Wolf of Wall Street will probably be pushed back; though, it’s still on course to reach theaters prior to a year’s end – and therefore, be considered a contender in the 2014 Oscars ceremony (good news for those of you who’ve been intending to bet heavily within the film snagging a golden award or two).

Showbiz 411 is reporting that Scorsese and his Wolf of Wall Street editor Thelma Schoonmaker (the director’s frequent collaborator simply because worked together on Who’s That Knocking within my Door in 1967) will work challenging to lessen the existing three-hour long version in the film, before Scorsese departs to be the jury president at the 2013 Marrakech International Film Festival during the last week of this November.

Moreover, a whole new Wolf of Wall Street trailer was recently classified, which suggests it ought to be dropping online soon (i.e. so that you can promote the movie over time for the 2013 premiere).

RoboCop (2014) Trailer Review

Oh my fucking God.

In case you missed it, a clip to the new RoboCop 2014 remake was recently unleashed online. It’s… well, it exists. I am able to’t think that people actually invested money and time into creating it, nonetheless it exists. The only possible silver lining to the thing is that the PRISM server farm commits e-suicide while processing it so that you can prevent this atrocity from attaining life eternal in the NSA vault. I don’t be aware of where to start using this. I guess we can easily begin by all viewing this trailer. Together:

Are you still alive? Did you create it? Did you will watch the whole lot? Let’s create a brief moment to decompress after what we’ve just witnessed. Well, maybe a moment.

Deep breaths. Deep breaths.

So let’s summarize a clip. Like the original, this new RoboCop2014 carries a main character named Alex Murphy. Within the original, he was brutally executed by the street gang, his body maimed beyond recognition by repeated point-blank gunfire. While one among his arms was salvageable, it absolutely was amputated because Bob Morton wanted FULL BODY PROSTHESIS. The only real organic parts left after his transformation were his brain, spine, and face. Inside remake, they are blown up by the car bomb, and the arm is apparently saved, since they have a non-robotic hand. Question 1: What are the fuck? Question 2: Are you fucking kidding me, here? Question 3: FUCK YOU.

Wait, that 4g iphone wasn’t a question. Oh well.

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Now, I was recently informed by my friend that I use the word “fuck” quite a bit when I write these reviews on the Internet. She noted that I am crass at times in these reviews, whereas in person I don’t really talk like this. So, I will apologize if I say “fuck” too many times in this review for your taste. In my defense, I will contend that this trailer is more offensive than mere words could ever be. I mean, this trailer is more horrifying than Mein Kampf, really. At least Hitler let Leni Riefenstahl push film in bold new directions. This shit is just insane.

As an aside, my friend also said that she didn’t like the fact that I used the word “panties” and talked about various actresses’ posteriors in some of these reviews. Is the word “panties” actually frowned upon? Does it really make me sound perverted? You and I both know that I can’t contain myself, but I wonder about these things just the same.

To have back on topic: Fuck this shit. What happened to Michael Keaton, anyway? This man was the God of my childhood movie watching. Beetlejuice will be the first live-action movie I am able to remember seeing inside the theater. His crotch grab after he yells “Nice fucking model!” sent me into hysterics then, also it still does now. The following year, he appeared in Batman, which completely blew my mind when I was 5. Now, he just randomly appears in lame movies like The Other Guys and seems to completely dominate all the others inside the film. He deserves superior to this. So, while I can’t really blame him for doing this, the part where his character says “Let’s opt for black” will be the definitive “Fuck you” moment in the trailer. It’s the exact moment which you could sense the organization suits behind its creation, at the top of cocaine, balls deep in 18 year old Estonian girls, and possessing a vague recollection on the success of Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy having their little epiphanies. I am able to’t believe they actually spray-painted RoboCop black. It’s just beyond the thing that was once regarded as the an entire world of the possible. No less than he doesn’t have flame decals, I assume.

So yeah, RoboCop is coal black for at least some area of this movie. What’s the over/under about them ripping from the “fear” motif from Batman Begins at the same time? They already ripped them back in sets from Star Trek (2009) to Green Lantern, filter systems? RoboCop needs to face his fears of being a cyborg and learn how to meet his new life being an instrument of justice. Who writes these products? Who approves the script for this stuff? The reason why this movie still scheduled for release? A minimum of the Total Recall remake, as embarrassing and bloodless the way it was, still felt like an actual movie. They provided changes for the original, and that i didn’t necessarily go along with those changes personally, however you could at the least see what they were looking for by using it. I cannot imagine any universe where creating a RoboCop 2014 movie in which RoboCop has a non-robotic hand makes any sense. Very easy compute.

Sebastian Stan Returns For ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’

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Over the Batman 3 panel at Comic-Con 2012, Marvel Studios president of production Kevin Feige outlined and confirmed the upcoming slate of films coming from the studio post-Avengers. On the list of films, and releasing after Iron Man 3 as well as the Thor followup, would be the sequel to Captain America, which now that we know is titled Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

By dropping the quantity system for an additional Captain America and throwing in “The wintertime Soldier” subtitle, they’ve confirmed rumors from more than a year ago and revealed what the story will likely be about, and at least one new character who’ll be (re)introduced.

Reprising his role as Bucky Barnes for Captain America: The cold winter months Soldier, the most beneficial friend of Steve Rogers, is going to be Sebastian Stan Variety has confirmed. Stan had signed a multi-picture deal when joining the cast in the First Avenger understanding that contract is around pay dividends giving Stan a vital role as Winter Soldier for the sequel.

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2 Potential Subtitles Rumored For The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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The important thing with a great sequel is usually a really great subtitle. Just ask Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, that is widely thought to be the top sequel title along with the best sequel of all time. Movies that didn’t have great subtitles: The Godfather Part II, Aliens, as well as Spider-Man 2. They’re all garbage and everybody hates them, right?. It’s a good thing, then, that Sony Pictures is batting around some choice subtitles to the upcoming The spectacular Spider-Man 2.

The rumored subtitles come courtesy of a tipster at the screening for Sony’s Captain Phillips, during which the crowd was supposedly asked their opinions on some potential choices. Two on the titles bandied about: The Amazing Spider-Man: The cost of Power and The Amazing Spider-Man: With Great Power. There was another title inside as well, nevertheless the source statements to have forgotten it. Some guesses: The astounding Spider-Man: The purchase price Is correct, The astonishing Spider-Man: The electricity Is Yours, as well as the Amazing Spider-Man: Paul Giamatti Makes Some Funny Faces.

Of course, none of those titles hold the number 2 in it, that could be confusing for many moviegoers. Is this, actually, the sequel for the reboot, or another reboot entirely, or perhaps a spin-off from some kind? Is Andrew Garfield still within it? The best title will be the Amazing Spider-Man 2: Andrew Garfield Is Inside. Hey Sony, perhaps you should workshop this thing much more before going to an organisation decision.

Whatever Sony results naming it, the movie that is the sequel to 2012′s The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield but will not become the Amazing Spider-Man 2 because that could be too easy is scheduled heading to theaters on May 2, 2014. Hopefully we will not all be thrown off because of the final title and end up missing the movie entirely

The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister And Pete in theaters on October 11

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Making its world premiere in the Sundance Film Festival in January, the drama stars Jennifer Hudson, Skylan Brooks, Anthony Mackie, Jordin Sparks, Jeffrey Wright, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, inside a film that sees Hudson being a junky mother whose arrest forces her son and the closest friend to tend themselves.

On a sweltering summer in New york, 14-year-old Mister’s hard-living mother is apprehended from the police, leaving the boy and nine-year-old Pete alone to forage for food while dodging child protective services plus the destructive scenarios while using the Brooklyn projects. Confronted with in excess of any child can be expected to carry, the resourceful Mister nevertheless feels they are an unstoppable force against seemingly unmovable obstacles. But what really keeps the pair inside the survival game is a bit more Mister’s vulnerability than his larger-than-life attitude. The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete may be a beautifully observed and tremendously moving film about salvation through friendship and how transformation sometimes may take place by simply waiting on hold for a specified duration.

Skylan Brooks leads the cast considering that the titular Mister.

The script was penned by Michael Starrbury, through co-made by Alicia Keys.

Zeba Blay saw the film within the Sundance Film Festival this year and reviewed it for S&A, which you may read HERE. Concisely, she dug it. In fact, you’ll see an estimate from her review from the trailer that’s embedded below. Although I would bring that I’m told the film that’ll be released in October will never be a similar film which has been screened at Sundance. Several trims are already made once in a while, but nothing drastic that alters the narrative.

Look into the new clip through your film embedded immediately below, with Mackie and Brooks, followed by poster and trailer: