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'The Skin I Live In' trailer: Pedro Almodovar makes a thriller with Antonio Banderas

The Skin I Live In is the first collaboration between Spanish film demi-god Pedro Almodóvar and Antonio Banderas in over two decades (when they made Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!). It initially looks like a relatively straightforward thriller, with Banderas holding a gun on a woman. Then things start going off the rails: A fight in a museum! A bald masked lady wearing a skintight Catwoman outfit! Also, a scary-looking vacuum! See it to believe it: READ FULL STORY

Chris Columbus to remake Norwegian horror movie 'Troll Hunter'


Two-time Harry Potter director Chris Columbus has acquired the remake rights to the Norwegian horror film Troll Hunter, which begins its U.S. theatrical run today. The fake documentary follows a government-sanctioned hunter as he tracks and slays trolls in the wilds of Scandinavia. “Troll Hunter was a visceral, thrilling cinematic rock and roller coaster ride of a movie,” Columbus said in a statement. “Visually, there are scenes in this film that American audiences have never seen. We want to introduce an International audience to this amazing moviegoing experience!”

The remake rights were acquired by Columbus’ 1492 Pictures company and CJ Entertainment & Media. The new film will be penned by Marc Haimes, whose horror movie script Elevator Men was sold to Summit in 2009. You can check out to the trailer for the original Troll Hunter, which is also available on VOD, below. READ FULL STORY

Columbia to remake 'Big Man Japan'

Columbia Pictures has optioned remake and sequel rights to the 2007 Japanese movie, Big Man Japan, and hired Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi (Clash of the Titans) to write a screenplay. The original movie, directed by Hitoshi Matsumoto, tells the story of an accident-prone head of the Department of Monster Prevention, who uses electricity to grow 10 stories tall to protect the citizenry from Godzilla-sized creatures. Check out the trailer for the original film after the jump:


Fancy some hot German lesbian vampires? Check out the 'We Are the Night' trailer!

Are you starting to feel bored by the current wave of American vampires, with their pouty lips and their convoluted mythologies and their desperation to appeal to audiences barely through puberty? Worry not, fellow traveler, your friends in Germany may have just the thing for you. It’s called We Are the Night, and it’s the crazy-looking tale of a dissolute Berlin punkette who runs afoul of a group of club-hopping hotties… who are also centuries-old vampires. In no time at all, our heroine has become a proudly Euro-trashy vampire. She apparently has some sort of flirtation with a cop who looks like Undeclared-era Charlie Hunnam. Also, techno music and girls making out! Let’s see Priest top that! Check out the trailer after the jump… READ FULL STORY

'Troll Hunter': Director André Ovredal talks about his Norwegian monster movie

“Trolls” have been getting a lot of publicity recently, thanks to the public ruminations of Mr. Charlie Sheen. But Norwegian writer-director André Øvredal’s film Troll Hunter features a decidedly less metaphorical type of beastie. This documentary-style horror film would have us believe that enormous, real-life trolls wander around the wilds of Norway, at least until they make the mistake of wandering into inhabited areas at which point they are dispatched by the film’s titular hunter (who is played by comedian Otto Jesperson). The existence of the trolls is kept a secret by the government, but when a trio of film students discover how Jesperson’s character spends his days — or, more, accurately, nights — the world-weary troll hunter encourages them to document his activities.  READ FULL STORY

Eric Stonestreet and Wentworth Miller might bid on 'Loft'

Television stars Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) and Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family) are in talks to join Loft, a remake of the 2008 Belgian thriller, according to Variety. The film, which already includes Patrick Wilson and James Marsden, is about five married cads who suspect each other of murder after a dead body is found in the pad they share to conduct their extramarital affairs. Stonestreet, who plays the sensitive gay husband and father on ABC’s hit family comedy, also has a role in this year’s upcoming Muppet movie.

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'Legend of the Fist' trailer: Ninja skills vs. WWI

The important thing here for fans of Hong Kong action are the words in this movie’s subtitle: Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen.

Chen Zhen, for those who are uninitiated, is beloved by martial arts fans on a level commensurate with Batman — an iconic character, first played by Bruce Lee in the 1972 classic Fist of Fury, and then by Jet Li in 1994’s Fist of Legend. A 1995 TV series resurrected Chen Zhen, then played by Donnie Yen, who returns as the lead once again in this feature film.  READ FULL STORY

Tribeca Film Festival unveils competition lineup

The Tribeca Film Festival announced  selections for its World Narrative, World Documentary, and Viewpoints competitions at its 10th annual event, running from April 20 to May 1 in New York. Eighty-eight features (such as Angels Crest, with Jeremy Piven) and 61 short films from 32 different countries were selected from more than 5,600 submissions to screen at the festival. “In programming the Festival this year we had to make some incredibly difficult decisions, but we are excited about the quality, ingenuity, risk-taking and diversity of this year’s program,” David Kwok, Director of Programming, said in a statement. “We are particularly proud that we have 12 directors returning to Tribeca with their feature films as well as the opportunity to showcase an excellent number of films that have been supported by the Tribeca Film Institute.”

Click below for an up-to-date complete listing of the films in competition (The remaining feature-film lineup will be announced on March 14): READ FULL STORY

Oscar nominations are in: 'The King's Speech' rules with 12 nods

oscar-awardImage Credit: Neilson Barnard/Getty ImagesThe Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences unveiled its nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The King’s Speech led the way with 12 nominations, and the Coen brothers’ western, True Grit, scored 10. Check out the list below, follow-up with Dave Karger‘s take, then head over to PopWatch to let us know who you think got snubbed.

127 Hours
Black Swan
The Fighter
The Kids Are All Right
The King’s Speech
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
True Grit

Adrien Brody settles 'Giallo' suit

gialloAdrien Brody has reached a settlement with the producers of Giallo, the film he had legally blocked from a U.S. release while claiming he was still owed $640,000 for his work. The matter was settled 10 days ago, according to Hannibal Pictures’ CEO Richard Rionda Del Castro, and though financial terms have not been disclosed, Del Castro says that those issues were “resolved satisfactory for him and for us, and we’re just happy to have the matter behind us.” The agreement clears the path for Giallo, in which Brody plays an FBI agent on the trail of a serial killer, to receive a theatrical, or more likely, a DVD release, in the U.S.

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