Wow, what a game! The Cardinals came back and took the lead 23-20 with only 2 mins 30 on the clock. Riveting last minute play got the ball back in the hands of the Steelers who took it down to the 7 and with only 43 seconds left, they made a TD and extra point to take the lead back 27-23. Now that Arizona has the ball back they have 22 seconds to get down the field.
What's left of the trailers you ask? They've kinda petered out as the game has come to a close, but be sure and scroll down to see all the ones we've blogged about: G.I. Joe, Transformers, Angels & Demons, Land of the Lost, Star Trek, Monsters vs. Aliens, Up, The Year One and Race to Witch Mountain.
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But there is another one that aired earlier that I skipped over simply because it has been shown before -- on TV prior to the game. Still its fairly new, so I'll end with it. It's the next Fast and Furious franchise film and you can see the newest trailer below.
And... The Cardinals couldn't pull it out in time. Steelers win 27-23. Game over. Now go see a movie. Posted 02.01.09 by reelz
Hard to believe it's been almost eight years since Vin Diesel and Paul Walker sped into the hearts of audiences all over the world, but they're back to remind everyone of the magic and MTV has the exclusive poster to the fourth installment.
Noticeably absent is Lucas Black, star of The Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift, and for those confused, worry not: Fast & Furious takes place before Tokyo Drift and after 2 Fast 2 Furious, so all the intricate plot lines from Tokyo Drift won't get in the way of Fast & Furious which sees Diesel and Walker joining forces to bring down a common enemy. Posted 12.24.08 by reelz
Hot on the heels of the Fast & Furious trailerdebut on MySpace, Universal today released a bunch of new images from the upcoming fourthchapter of the blockbuster street-racing saga, which reunites The Fast and theFurious stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, and JordanaBrewster. They also released the following story synopsis:
"When a crime brings them back toL.A., fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Diesel) reignites his feud with agent BrianO’Conner (Walker). But as they are forced to confront a shared enemy, Domand Brian must give in to an uncertain new trust if they hope to outmaneuverhim. And fromconvoy heists to precision tunnel crawls across international lines, two menwill find the best way to get revenge: push thelimits of what’s possible behind the wheel."
A shared enemy? An uncertain new trust? Revenge?!? Next summer cannot comesoon enough. Posted 08.25.08 by reelz
Next summer, Babylon A.D.'s Vin Diesel returns to the franchise that helped make him a star with Fast &Furious*, the fourth chapter of the blockbuster street-racing saga.Diesel, who turned down a role in 2003's 2 Fast 2 Furiousin order to focus on making fancy art films like The Chronicles ofRiddick and The Pacifier, reunites with FFco-stars Paul Walker and Michelle Rodriguez in what is sure to be the top drug-smuggling street-racer movie of 2009.
The Fast & Furious trailer unspooled over the weekend in front of Death Race. Today it makes its official online debut -- in sparkling HD -- at noon pacific over at MySpace's Trailer Park.
*My title suggestions, Fast and Fourious and Fast/Furious, were rejected by Universal. Posted 08.25.08 by reelz
Two years ago Paul Walker (The Fast and the Furious 1 and 2) proved that he was more than just a blonde-haired, blue-eyed piece of OC eye candy in Running Scared, a seriously twisted action thriller from director Wayne Kramer (The Cooler), and while his performance failed to translate into box office gold, it did manage to win the respect of his South African-born director, who made plans to cast him in several future projects.
In an interview given earlier this week on the set of the fourth Fast and Furious film (currently using the highly efficient working title, Fast & Furious), Walker revealed that the first of his plannned collaborations with Kramer is set to begin shooting this fall. Walker was coy about the details of the new flick, revealing only that its third act "will make Running Scared's look like Romper Room." Just to clarify: That's Romper Room, the children's TV show -- not Romper Stomper, Russell Crowe's crazy 1992 Neo-Nazi drama.
After that, he'll play The Devil in Kramer's Evilseek (as it's currently titled on IMBD), a thriller in which the Dark Lord inhabits the body of a cop who committed suicide.
I'm guessing that neither flick will be in the running for "feel-good movie of the year." Posted 04.25.08 by reelz