Trailer number three: Ryan Reynolds stars as the regular guy who ends up a superhero and Universe defender with the green ring. The Green Lantern hits theaters June 17th.
So you accidentally murder a guy’s whole family and then sort of fall in love with him. Good thing there’s a duplicate Earth where maybe it didn’t happen (?)
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro get in the ring to tell the sad, sordid story of boxer Jake La Motta.
Jedi Junkies is a fun, affectionate and funny look at a series of people whose personal and professional lives were changed forever by the incredible franchise known as Star Wars.
A fall blockbuster in the works: Immortals. Evil King Hyperion leads a savage army on a rampage across Greece to find a weapon that will destroy humanity. A mortal chosen by Zeus (Theseus) must fight Hyperion for Gods and men alike.
Eric Bana’s directorial debut explores the importance of his 25-year-long love affair with his first car – a Ford XB Falcon Coupe – “The Beast.” Obsessed with cars and racing since he was a child, Eric takes us on a journey that spans a lifetime and culminates in The Beast’s untimely death in one of the world’s most dangerous races.
No orderly is safe as Gary Oldman starts a mental hospital revolution in this gritty institutional drama.
At 40-something Cal (Carell) finds himself getting a divorce and watching his perfect world unravel. Spending his evenings sulking at a local bar, he is taken under the wing of ladies man Jacob (Gosling) who attempts to modernize him and get him back into dating.
Here’s trailer number two for the upcoming blockbuster. In 1963, Charles Xavier starts up a school and later a team, for humans with superhuman abilities. Among them is Erik Lensherr, his best friend and future archenemy.
Prince’s vanity project is misguided ’80s excess to the extreme, but the soundtrack is still rockin’.
Thor is opening this weekend, and it looks like this little guy is pretty excited about it. Watch out Mom and Dad – that hammer’s got some power.