Movies - Page 416

battle-la-thumb
‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Has a Teaser Trailer
Friday, November 12 by

Battle: Los Angeles has a teaser trailer, and you’re going to watch it. After all, I’m assuming you love Aaron Eckhart as much as I do. If not, you’re insane, but I’m sure you can at least enjoy the stunning special effects and eerie music.

office-space-musical
Links Away: ‘Office Space’ The Musical
Thursday, November 11 by

This Break Original asks the question, “What if Milton from Office Space sang a catchy diddy about his troubles with Lumberg and his red Swingline stapler?” Don’t be surprised if it’s playing Off-Broadway in a few months. The married squirrels part is touching.

elizabeth-banks-thumb
Elizabeth Banks Welcomed Into ‘Welcome to People’
Thursday, November 11 by

Elizabeth Banks has beat out acting powerhouses Amy Adams and Hilary Swank for the female lead role in Welcome to People, the directorial debut of Star Trek co-writer Alex Kurtzman.

van_dyke_surf300
Dick Van Dyke Was Rescued By Porpoises
Thursday, November 11 by

Death’s repeated attempts to claim Dick Van Dyke via grisly ottomen-trippings never panned out, and now the actor lives another day thanks to porpoise interjection.

dark-knight-rising-girl-cast-thumb
Christopher Nolan Sizing Up Actresses for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’
Thursday, November 11 by

Christopher Nolan is getting actresses lined up in a pretty little row for The Dark Knight Rises casting. Doesn’t sound like Charlize and Vera are in the mix anymore, unless this is some kind of elaborate rouse, and if that’s the case, Nolan **shakes angry fist**

potter-hallows-thumb
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Thursday, November 11 by

Director: David Yates Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman, Ralph Fiennes Synopsis: Voldemort’s power is growing stronger. He now has control over the Ministry of Magic and…

cage_season-of-the-witch300
New ‘Season Of The Witch’ Trailer Shows Us Its Witch
Thursday, November 11 by

Once you get past the wig, Season Of The Witch doesn’t look half bad. I’m not sure why its release was pushed to be dumped in the movie-going wasteland that is January (the New Jersey of months).

Darth Vader Helmet
Thursday, November 11 by
Rosario-Dawson-Klingon300
Rosario Dawson Wants To Be A Klingon Or Anything In The ‘Star Trek’ Sequel
Thursday, November 11 by

Rosario Dawson has made it clear that she’d like to appear as a sexy Klingon in the Star Trek sequel. I added the “sexy” part.

chainofcommand-300x225
Movie Military Chain of Command (Infographic)
Thursday, November 11 by

Seeing how it’s Veterans Day, we’d be remiss if we didn’t honor, in our own special Screen Junkies way, those brave people who serve our country everyday. So, that said, we came up with an entire regiment of some of the more memorable servicemen seen on the big screen – from five stars to the lowly gun-totin’ folks who aren’t allowed patches yet – just like the Boy Scouts, you have to earn ‘em.

y_the_last_man
Louis Leterrier in Talks to Direct ‘Y: The Last Man’
Thursday, November 11 by

If New Line dumped Caruso over length (the same reason my last girlfriend dumped me), why would they bring in a guy who is talking about a multi-episode T.V. show? Any ideas?

jim-carrey_three_stooges300
Jim Carrey Backs Out Of ‘The Three Stooges’
Thursday, November 11 by

The Three Stooges movie may be dead. At least, according to serious actor, Jim Carrey (Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Batman Forever). He shot down any hope of seeing him portray Curly in The Farrelly Brothers stab at the classic masochists. His main reason? Jim Carrey does not fat suit.

todd-phillips
Aaron Sorkin, Todd Phillips Trash the Writers Guild of America in Front of WGA President
Thursday, November 11 by

It’s nice to see Todd Phillips and Aaron Sorkin talking trash right to someone’s face. Rather than bitch and moan in an interview and then claim their words were “taken out of context,” the pair took the Writers Guild of America to task in front of the WGA West Coast president, John Wells.

moon-rise-cast-thumb
Everyone Wants In Wes Anderson’s ‘Moon Rise Kingdom’
Wednesday, November 10 by

A whole slew of actors want to play in Wes Anderson’s quirky sand box. Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, and Tilda Swinton are all in talks to star in Moon Rise Kingdom, Anderson’s next directorial project that he wrote with Roman Coppola.

Hoffman_Fockers300
‘Little Fockers’ Trailer — Hoffman Remix
Wednesday, November 10 by

The filmmakers behind Little Fockers decided to stop focking around with Dustin Hoffman’s money. Thus, we have this new Little Fockers trailer – Dustin Hoffman Edition.

ReedMain
Crystal Reed
Wednesday, November 10 by

Based on her short list of acting credits, it would appear that Crystal Reed has only been active for roughly the past year. Apparently that didn’t stop her from nabbing a starring role in Skyline.

the-eagle-thumb
Channing Tatum Is Jamie Bell’s Slave In ‘The Eagle’ Trailer
Wednesday, November 10 by

The Eagle trailer has landed (nailed it). Starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell, and directed by Kevin Macdonald, it follows a soldier and his slave in 140 A.D. as they go on a quest to retrieve a treasured gold Eagle emblem that Tatum’s father lost 20 years earlier.

Mutant Accessible
Wednesday, November 10 by
pron01x300
‘Tron: Legacy’ Porn Parody ‘Pron’ Is In The Works
Wednesday, November 10 by

Since porno and adorable kittens are the Internet’s chief exports, it was only a matter of time before a Tron: Legacy XXX porn parody rezzed into the real world. We’ll keep you posted when an all-kitten parody appears.

potter-flash-mob
‘Harry Potter’ Flash Mob Casts Spell On Grand Central Station
Wednesday, November 10 by

Voldemort and his Death Eaters invaded Grand Central Station looking for Harry Potter a.k.a. just another day in New York City. Alright, maybe it was less typical considering the flash mob consisted of actors instead of recently released Bellevue patients.

fighter-thumb
Review: The Fighter
Wednesday, November 10 by

The secret screening at AFI Film Festival was the long awaited boxing drama The Fighter. Mark Wahlberg waited four years to make this movie and it was a lot for me to take. I mean, I can handle death and despair. That’s a good time at the movies. You give me an abusive family and that’s just hopeless.

channing_tatum-21-jump-street300
Channing Tatum Steppin’ Up 2 Da ‘Jump Street’
Wednesday, November 10 by

Channing Tatum is steppin’ up 2 da Jump Street. The actor is in talks to don Silly Bandz and return to high school to totally narco on the student body with Jonah Hill.

spiderman_kid2
Spider-Man Producers Plan for Peter Parker’s Parents
Wednesday, November 10 by

The Spider-Man reboot will go where no other Spider-Man film has gone before, giving the audience a glimpse of Spidey’s life before his parents were killed.

image0022320
It’s Time to Get Things Started: A First Look at Jason Segel’s ‘The Muppets’
Wednesday, November 10 by

They could call it “The Cancer Causing Anti-American Puppet Crapstravaganza,” and I’d still go see it twice.

defenestration-montage
Links Away: People Going Through Windows Mash-Up
Tuesday, November 9 by

A montage of people meeting glass entitled Defenestration the Movie. If one thing came out of it, it’s that I learned “defenestration” is the act of someone going through a window. Kind of bummed they missed the opening scene from Wanted.

roland_emmerich300
Emmerich Peace Outties On ‘The Zone’
Tuesday, November 9 by

Faced with the challenge of not being able to decimate any landmarks has given Roland Emmerich cold feet. It came as a surprise when the Independence Day and 2012 director signed on the direct the low-budget, “found footage” alien invasion flick The Zone, given the ginormous budgets with which he’s used to working.

wrath_of_the_titans300
Javier Bardem and James Franco Wanted For ‘Wrath Of The Titans’
Tuesday, November 9 by

Warner Bros is aiming high for the sequel to Clash Of The Titans. But maybe they’re aiming a little too high.

fair-game-thumb
Review: Fair Game
Tuesday, November 9 by

Fair Game seems to take the trappings of the spy movies we love and apply them to the real life situation of Valerie Plame. That doesn’t make it feel any less like a standard docudrama though.

carell-anchorman-audition
Steve Carell’s ‘Anchorman’ Audition
Tuesday, November 9 by

In his audition for Anchorman, Steve Carell made the choice to play Brick Tamland like a giggling idiot. So much so that it looks like he’s on the brink of passing out. Even with the degraded video quality, you can tell his face gets awfully purple.

article-1173533-04A78465000005DC-553_468x286
9 Movie Trains You Wouldn’t Want to Ride
Tuesday, November 9 by

Hollywood has made its fair share of classic films that center around riding the rails. In honor of Unstoppable, here are nine pain-in-the-ass movie trains you wouldn’t want to ride.

MORE