Air travel is already enough of a pain, but what if your international flight was filled with
snakes ghosts? That's the premise of the upcoming thriller 7500, which sees passengers and crew members aboard fictional airline Vista Pacific's flight 7500 tackle supernatural forces in the sky on their way to Tokyo. It's possible that the plane is cursed, which would make sense since 7500 was directed by The Grudge and The Grudge 2 director Takashi Shimizu, but the trailer doesn't reveal any girls with long, face-covering black hair living in the overhead compartments so we can't be sure.
Horror fans will see plenty of familiar faces in the cast, which includes Ryan Kwanten (True Blood, Dead Silence), Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween, Halloween II), Leslie Bibb (Midnight Meat Train), Jamie Chung (Sorority Row) and Amy Smart (Mirrors). watch the trailer >> Posted 02.01.12 by Ryan
Zookeeper was originally scheduled for release on October 8, 2010, a couple months removed from the July release of live-action, talking-animal movie Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore and a couple months before live-action, talking-animated-bear movie Yogi Bear. It's not like 2011 has been devoid of live-action, talking-animal movies — Hop had an animated, talking bunny. But now the rescheduled Zookeeper is just months away, and it ups the ante of the "genre" by having Kevin James care for an entire zoo of talking animals.
The family comedy, directed by Frank Coraci (Click), stars James as the zookeeper, Griffin, who decides to give up his job to be with the girl in his life (Leslie Bibb) who won't commit to him while he is still employed at the zoo. The animals panic and soon reveal to James that they can all talk.
A teaser trailer for the movie debuted last November, but with the movie opening later this summer, the first full trailer has arrived online, showing James in Paul Blart-mode, and earning back the movie's budget by helping promote TGI Friday's. watch the trailer >> Posted 05.18.11 by Ryan
Say you're director Jon Favreau. Iron Man was a huge critical and box-office success, so how do you top it with the sequel? First, you double the number of villains (enter Whiplash and Justin Hammer). Then you crank up the action. And last, but not least, you add a bunch more hot chicks.
While the original certainly had its fair share, the sequel takes hotness to the next level in a way that makes Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts) and Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow) look ordinary by comparison. Don’t believe us? Check out the new Iron Man 2 Hotties >> Posted 04.22.10 by reelz
MTV got in a quick star-on-the-street interview with Sam Rockwell, where he confirmed earlier reports that he will be playing corporate villain Justin Hammer, rival and business badguy to Tony Stark aka Iron Man.
Yeah, he's a rival. He takes over all the weapons stuff after Tony's left. I don't know if he takes over Stark Industries. I'm not really sure yet. He's a money dude. That's about all I can say.
Incidentally, this won't be the first run-in that Rockwell has had with the armored avenger. The versatile actor was almost picked for the part of Tony Stark in the original movie, and his current girlfriend Leslie Bibb played reporter (and Stark's one-night-stand) Christine Everheart.
Rockwell also added that he expects to be shooting at Manhattan Beach by mid-April. Posted 01.15.09 by reelz