"You think I'm not serious just because I carry a rabbit?"
Embark on a wild trip through La La Land as a struggling screenwriter finds himself the target of both a serial killer and a violent gangster because of his friend's poor judgment. the cure for writer's block >> Posted 01.30.13 by BrentJS
Today’s Hot Trailer: "That's just f*cking great!"
Who can drop a better f-bomb: Colin Farrell with his Irish brogue or Christopher Walken with his unique staccato cadence? Well, we think just about anything that Christopher Walken says is brilliant, but you can decide for yourself by watching the new Red Band trailer for Seven Psychopaths, which is replete with the colorful word. Written and directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), the black comedy centers around a struggling screenwriter (Farrell) who gets caught in the crossfire when his friend (Sam Rockwell), an unemployed actor and sometimes dog-napper, mistakenly steals a Shih Tzu belonging to a ruthless gangster (Woody Harrelson) who will stop at nothing to get it back. watch the nsfw trailer >> Posted 09.04.12 by BrentJS
When a movie is named something like Seven Psychopaths, there's probably an expectation that the movie will be centered around seven deadly, crazed individuals in a thriller not unlike Seven. However, in the upcoming comedy from writer-director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), the action is instead centered on a dog-napping of a tiny Shih Tzu. Perhaps the title has more to do with the movie's characters than its plot, as revealed in its first trailer. watch the trailer >> Posted 08.15.12 by Ryan
Mickey Rourke has never been one to pull his punches, a trait that has endeared him to his close friends and his dedicated fans, if not the studio execs and directors who are more and more frequently the target of his enmity. In recent weeks, Rourke has been making the rounds to promote his new movie, Immortals, and amidst the praise for director Tarsem Singh — "I'd work with Tarsem tomorrow. Absolutely. And not only is he a visual genius, he's so prepared." — the Academy Award-nominated actor has managed to slip in a few jabs at others he has worked with in recent years. First, he blasted Marvel Studios — President of Production Kevin Feige was his likely target, as he ultimately calls all of the shots on Marvel movies — for turning his nuanced performance as Whiplash in Iron Man 2 into a "one-dimensional villain". Then, Rourke called director Darren Aronofsky, the man who helped resurrect his career by giving him the lead in The Wrestler, a "sonofab*tch" and alluded that the acclaimed director was cheap (after which Rourke admitted that he would "probably go to work for free for [Aronofsky] again").
Rourke saved the bitterest of his recent barbs for Martin McDonagh, the Oscar-nominated writer (In Bruges) and Oscar-winning director (Six Shooter short) who wanted him to star in his new movie, Seven Psychopaths. more about Seven Psychopaths and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. >> Posted 11.10.11 by BrentJS