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Robocop gets the full reboot – “make him more tactical, make him look err – let’s go with Black”.
An excellent supporting cast (Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson) give this film plenty of gravitas and potential to be a hit, check out the trailer – what do you think?
Michael Bay’s official website has released this image of cast & crew on the set of Transformers 4…
Pictured left to right: Jack Reynor; Mark Wahlberg; 2nd Assistant B-Camera Casey “Walrus” Howard; 1st Assistant B-Camera John Kairis with back to camera; B-camera Operator Lukasz Bielan; Director Michael Bay; and Director of Photography Amir Mokri. High resolution photo: http://bayhem.com/1c0euov
Looks like the film will include more reliance on Robot hieroglyphics on ancient pyramid style structures – probably in a desert then?
Ben Affleck has been announced by Warner Bros as their new Batman to star alongside Henry Cavill in the unnamed ‘Batman vs Superman’ film directed by Zack Snyder.
Warner Bros President Greg Silverman quoted in a statement:
“We knew we needed an extraordinary actor to take on one of DC Comics’ most enduringly popular super heroes, and Ben Affleck certainly fits that bill and then some,”
While we’re massive Argo fans here at Movie Emporium, we remain a little sceptical after the deathly serious portrayal we’ve become accustomed to (from Christian Bale) and hope that Ben avoids the pitfalls of the suave/comical take encountered by his good friend George Clooney in 1997′s truly awful Batman & Robin (averages 3.6 on IMDB).
Will there be room for a beard under that cowl? – We hope so!
At the time, Monsters Inc (2001) was not received lovingly by the critics, lets face it – Toy Story, A Bugs Life and Toy Story 2 were hard acts to follow. Much of its warmth has since been felt from repeat DVD viewings over the past ten years.
Well known for their family films that balance content for a young audience and humour for us adults, Pixar return to the monsters world with the story of Mike & Sulley’s past long before they were friends…
To save history, they must save peoples culture. George Clooney leads a team of golden oldies, including Bill Murray and John Goodman, as they venture into Nazi Germany to rescue valuable artistic masterpieces before the Reich falls.
Thor and Loki must take on Christoper Eccelston’s dark elves in this new kick-ass trailer for Thor 2. Taking a much darker route than its predecessor the Asgardian world has been roughened up a little from Kenneth Branagh’s original vision.
The Official Inbetweeners Facebook has just confirmed the announcement of a sequel with this post:
Dearest Facebook fwends – Beebedy beep beep – time for an Inbetweeners sequel update. As promised, you are now the first to know ‘officially’ that there’s a new Inbetweeners movie coming your way next Summer. We can’t tell you anything else right at this minute other than that Jay, Will, Simon and Neil are back and it’s DEFINITELY happening. As soon as there’s more info, we’ll post it here like a sort of online golden easel outside Buckingham Palace. We’re all very excited about working together and the film should hit cinemas early August 2014.
Thanks for the continued support, we honestly wouldn’t be doing this if we didn’t feel the amazing support from you guys. We couldn’t just leave it with the last words of The Inbetweeners being ‘Oooh, I think I’ve shit myself’!
Great news for us fans who’ll get to see the fab four at University? On a gap year? Another holiday?
Let us know what you think the next scenario will be…
We only posted about this just two days ago, but the Trask Industries website has just had its first major update. Confirming Peter Dinklage as Bolivar Trask – the man responsible for the deadly Sentinels (pictured above) that govern a future where mutant kind is persecuted.
Check out the ‘Trask Industries: Your Future’ promo video…
Based on a true story, Cecil Gaines is employed as a White House butler who served through eight American presidencies between 1952 – 1986. With an incredible array of acting talent (Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, Cuba Gooding Jr, Jane Fonda, John Cusak, Robin Williams, James Marsden, Alan Rickman, David Oyelowo and Terrence Howard) we hope the final feature is as moving as the trailer.