The marketing campaign for the The Muppets has been a clever one, with the first trailer pretending to be a romantic comedy called Green with Envy starring Jason Segel and Amy Adams before eventually revealing itself to be a trailer for The Muppets. The second trailer didn't make up a movie, but instead parodied The Hangover Part II, introducing "the Fuzzy Pack."
The latest trailer takes on another summer blockbuster, Green Lantern. It was even released with a poster that depicts Kermit the Frog in the superhero's mask and costume, complete with Green Lantern ring and power battery. The trailer also offers the first look at Tex Richman, Chris Cooper's greedy oilman character that serves as the movie's antagonist. watch the trailer >> Posted 06.16.11 by Ryan
This is a big year for Ben Affleck's love of Boston, with two movies coming out this year set in his home town. Affleck's crime drama The Town, his directorial follow-up to Gone Baby Gone opens in September (see the trailer here), and follows Affleck as a Bostonian criminal who falls for his hostage.
The Company Men, also set in Boston, will follow in October, and sees Affleck as one of three white-collar employees whose lives are overturned by economic downsizing. The Company Men was written, directed, and produced by John Wells (E/R) and co-stars Chris Cooper, Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones. Watch the trailer below. Posted 07.22.10 by Ryan
Pierce Brosnan (Die Another Day, Mamma Mia!), Chris Cooper (American Beauty), and Emilie de Ravin (Lost) are the latest actors rumored to be joining Robert Pattinson on Summit's upcoming movie Remember Me.
Pattinson is due to play a young man sleepwalking through life after his brother's suicide tears his family, including Daddy Brosnan, apart. De Ravin will play a woman who, after witnessing her mother's murder, decides to live life to the fullest, with Cooper tipped to play her father.
Production begins in New York on June 15, which is just enough time for Twilight star Pattinson to return from his travels in Italy. As long as Pierce Brosnan doesn't launch into an Abba-style musical number, we're sure he'll do just fine. He should be prepared to pass the heartthrob torch to Pattinson this time, though, as that's undoubtedly where all the female attention will be directed. Posted 06.04.09 by reelz
Our pick for this week's DVD release: Breach, writer-director Billy Ray's thriller about the real-life FBI agent who was leaking secrets to the Russians.
Starring Chris Cooper in a chilling performance as government mole Robert Hanssen, and Ryan Phillippe as the young agent who busted him, it should be an act of treason not to see this smart, tense movie.
Also out on DVD today: Ghost Rider, Primeval, and Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls. Posted 06.12.07 by reelz