"What, the sexy dance?"
In the first trailer for the upcoming ensemble comedy Freaky Deaky, it's clear that everybody wants something, it's just not exactly sure who wants what from whom. There's Detroit police officer Chris Mankowski (Billy Burke), former Black Panther Donnell Lewis (Michael Jai White) and vengeful couple Skip (Christian Slater) and Robin (Breanne Racano), who all want something from eccentric and rich Woody Ricks (Crispin Glover).
While the trailer is more interested in showing off the movie's humor than explaining the movie's plot mechanics, as long as writer-director Charles Matthau stayed close to the spirit of Elmore Leonard's 1988 novel, Freaky Deaky should be an entertaining ride. Hey, it worked for 1995's Get Shorty, 1998's Out of Sight, and the TV show Justified, all of which are based on Leonard's books. watch the trailer >> Posted 02.23.13 by Ryan
"No one's hunting this Elvis down, you generic European hybrid."
Take a wild ride with an unlucky Elvis impersonator who finds himself at the center of a deadly hunt for a priceless artifact. like a little slapstick with your mayhem? >> Posted 01.30.13 by BrentJS
Sometimes a movie trailer comes along and wrestles you into submission with the audacity of its premise. Sometimes a movie's casting is intriguing enough to at least throw the flick into your queue. And sometimes it is a combination thereof that has you chomping for some matinee fodder. The upcoming Soldiers of Fortune is just that: Crazy (literally) casting and absurd concept... Voila.
Starring — and who doesn't want to be at this party — Christian Slater (True Romance), Ving Rhames (Piranha 3DD), Sean Bean (Mirror, Mirror), Dominic Monaghan (Lost), Colm Meaney (Bel Ami), and James Cromwell (The Artist), Soldiers of Fortune follows a group of bored one-percenters who, not content to go for the dude ranch experience a la City Slickers, want to "experience the kicks and thrills of war" firsthand. Led by Slater, who plays a former US special forces soldier, the group's carefully orchestrated "war" experience goes ridiculously awry. check out the trailer >> Posted 06.15.12 by Jud
Not only was Sylvester Stallone able to put together an impressive ensemble cast of action movie icons for his 2010 movie, The Expendables, but he actually managed to turn a healthy profit with the movie, despite the many naysayers who predicted that it would flop.
Stallone, who wrote, directed, and starred in The Expendables, has chosen to take a less active role the second time around. However, what's most important to fans is who will be in front of the camera. We've compiled the recent casting rumors and they suggest that Stallone is looking to broaden the appeal of the cast to reach an even wider range of moviegoers, a smart move if he has further plans for the franchise. which action icons might be joining The Expendables 2? >> Posted 08.30.11 by BrentJS
Melissa McCarthy is going from the Judd Apatow-produced Bridesmaids to the Apatow-directed, untitled spin-off of 2007's Knocked Up, THR reports.
The movie, at one point called This is Forty, won't follow the characters played by Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen but will instead focus on Leslie Mann and Paul Rudd, who played Heigl's sister and brother-in-law in the 2007 comedy. McCarthy has been cast as the mother of another new cast member, Super 8's fireworks-obsessed Ryan Lee, who attends school with Rudd and Mann's children, played by Mann and Apatow's real-life children Iris and Maude Apatow. The two Apatow kids are likely working on this movie as well, though their names were not included in the report.
Production on the spin-off has already begun, with Apatow (Judd) using his Twitter account to release a photo from the set that showed Rudd on his cell phone. No sign of cast members Albert Brooks, who plays Rudd's dad, or Megan Fox, whose role is unknown. The untitled comedy opens June 1, 2012, giving Apatow plenty of time to figure out the title. stallone getting some company >> Posted 07.09.11 by Ryan
Single this Valentine's Day? Recently got dumped? Forgettaboutit! There are worse things than being alone.
Don't believe us? We've offer up Exhibit A: 10 Bad Movie Girlfriends. Among the warnings, guys? Beware of Amanda Peet. And we didn't even include her character from Something's Gotta Give — a single heart attack and she's ready to pawn you off on her mother.
And for all the single ladies, we have Exhibit B: 10 Bad Movie Boyfriends. From freeloaders to narcissists to charmers with gun-wielding ex-wives, honey, you can do better! Posted 02.11.10 by reelz