At first it’s hard to tell if this is a trailer for upcoming Navy SEALs action thriller Act of Valor or a commercial attempting to recruit us for the armed forces. It’s a movie trailer! Behold the awesomeness: READ FULL STORY
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A new promo clip has just hit the Internet for The Innkeepers, the latest film from horror auteur Ti “House of the Devil” West. For reasons that will become abundantly clear, I don’t really want to say any more about the footage, other than you probably shouldn’t be holding a hot drink (or operating heavy machinery) when you watch it.
So Jonah Hill is starring in this comedy called The Sitter, coming out in December, playing a slothful, reckless, frankly dangerous individual who inexplicably finds himself watching a group of children for the night.
And to help promote the film, he’s going to talk to you. That’s right you, bubba.
Call him — (917) 409-7838.
Go ahead, give it a try. It’s free (if you call from work). READ FULL STORY
Babes, executive suites, quadrilingual fluency, and riches beyond your wildest dreams: In the new thriller Limitless, out this Friday, Eddie Morra (played by Bradley Cooper) lands it all thanks to a stash of the make-believe drug NZT. Or is it make-believe? Global entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson — whose new production company, Virgin Produced, just happens to have helped shepherd Limitless into theaters — appears as spokesperson in a new “ad” for NZT, asserting the drug is his own secret weapon. Check it out exclusively below: READ FULL STORY
'Cowboys & Aliens' director Jon Favreau on Super Bowl sneak, nude Olivia Wilde, and his serious sci-fi/western mash-up -- EXCLUSIVE
On Sunday, Jon “Fast Draw” Favreau logged on to Twitter to blast his Super Bowl spot for Cowboys & Aliens a few hours before the big game (and more than a dozen other movie promos), rousing the geek-hive fanbase and stirring new speculation about his hybrid of classic Westerns and extra-terrestrial invasion thrillers.
“We wanted to reveal the tone a little bit more,” says the Iron Man director, whose first teaser went up in November. “The first one … people didn’t know if it was meant to be funny, or meant to be dark, but it made an impression. People are getting used to what it is now, they’re aware of the title, and we want to show them it’s an adventure.” READ FULL STORY
Deadline reports. That would be quite a prideful title if it wasn’t so ironic. The Super-Size Me director has never been adverse to stunt-filmmaking, and this time he’s tackling the subject of product placement, and, in a black hole of meta, has funded the entire film through (what else?) product placement. The doc is set to premiere at this year’s Sundance festival and will hit theaters in April.Sony Pictures has picked up the rights to The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Morgan Spurlock’s latest documentary,
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