Oh man. Poor Perseus. Not only does he have a whole bunch of new monsters to slay, but now he also has to get ready to face oblivion. Oblivion is…
Fiennes’s directorial debut makes Shakespeare kick ass.
Are you excited about ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2′? I know the main characters are, judging by their wands.
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, but who ladies call “Mr. Handsome,” is the focus of a new poster for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2′.
Them’s fightin’ words!
Time to grab yourself a bag of disgusting magical jellybeans and watch the brand new trailer for ‘Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2: Revenge of the Hallows’.
If it doesn’t work out with him, just get Gary Oldman.
Watch Harry face off against He Who Has A Weird Face in this behind the scenes video of ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Pt. 2′.
The star of ‘Taken’ may not be back to reprise his role in ‘Taken 2′. Maybe sequel co-writer/producer Luc Besson will kidnap Liam Neeson’s daughter until he says “yes?”
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named might very well get named as part of the new James Bond cast.
Warner Bros. released the teaser poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and it's grim as all get out. With the tag "It All Ends Here" looming above a flaming Hogwarts, someone in marketing must have desired tears from avid Potter fans. If you look really closely you can even see Harry screaming for his life in the far right tower window. Look closer. Clooooser.Haha. You dummy. When will you learn not to trust me?
Finga-gunz are Harry Potter's kryptonite. If you've already picked up the new video game Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 then you've seen this new teaser trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. If you prefer games with excessive violence and drug deals gone awry then you probably haven't. It contains some new footage, so it's worth checking out if you want to see new footage. Or you could continue having your avatar bash that defenseless pedestrians head in with a bat. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 hits theaters November 19. Check out the teaser after the jump…
Clash of the TitansPG-13, 118m., 2010Cast: Sam Worthington, Gemma Arterton, Mads Mikkelson, Jason Fleming with Ralph Fiennes and Liam NeesonDirected by Louis LeterrierScreenplay by Travis Becham, Phillip Hay, and Max…
It's no secret that we here at Screen Junkies have an infinity for mustaches. This featurette for Clash of the Titans shows a lot of cool new footage, but it's Liam Neeson's facial hair that really takes the spotlight. Deep down I knew that if Neeson grew a mustache it would be an exemplary one, I just had no idea how exemplary. If acting doesn't work out, the man should sell mustaches at the store I'll be opening soon that will surely be denied a business loan. The featurette also contains new Medusa footage and unicorns, so you're going to want to check it out after the jump.
"I'm gonna get you so good, Sam Worthington." Up until now, all the materials we've seen from Clash of the Titans have focused mainly on Liam Neeson's permed beard, monster-fighting, and the Monsters of Rock soundtrack. The new international trailer offers a change of pace by taking a breath to set up the plot of the movie. It seems that the mortals have drawn the ire of Hades so naturally it's statue-tumbling time. To make matters worse, the humans rebel against the Gods which provokes Zeus to the point where he's forced to use his shockwave fist-slam (that's how you know when he's pissed). Then, it's all out war and Gemma Arterton shows up to act stalkery. After that, it's mainly what we've seen before: Sam Worthington fighting the Starship Troopers bugs, an Orc, that monster from Pan's Labyrinth, and those angel-monsters that were out-of-place in Max Payne. And, of course, it closes with Liam Neeson releasing his Kraken. Seriously Liam, quit whipping that thing out all the time. Check out the trailer after the jump.
THE HURT LOCKER – The Way You Dont Die Clip – Watch more Movie TrailersIn the latest released clip from Summit's upcoming war flick about the military's bomb squad in the Middle East, Colonel Reed (David Morse) gets Staff Sgt. Wiliam James (Jeremy Renner) to open up about just how many bombs he's blown up working for the EOD. I've seen the film and when put in the full context of the story, even this little dialogue piece is tense. I kept thinking Renner's character was gonna get the sh*t chewed out of him by Morse for being a loose cannon. Turns out Morse's character's a bit of a wildman himself, I guess. We also have eight new still images , which you can see after the jump! In the meantime, enjoy today's top links:Theresa Correa If Book Titles Were Truth Megan Fox is CGI 50 White Gangstas Remote Control Titanic! Devito is DRUNK! AGAIN! What Apocalypse?! David Lynch iPod Spot UFC Invades Germany Polarizing Movies 11 Moments in Dad Pop Culture Lingerie League Kickass FBB Portraits Movies that Make Men Cry Good NCAA B-Ball Joke
Today, Summit released two new clips and six new stills from the upcoming Kathryn Bigelow-directed war movie, The Hurt Locker, opening June 26th. The first clip, entitled "Die Comfortably," features loose-cannon Staff Sgt. William James (the badass Jeremy Renner) resigning himself to the fact that if the bomb he's diffusing goes off, his armor isn't doing squat to save his life. The other clip, which you can watch after the jump, is called "Cell Phone, Two O'clock," and gives a tiny clip of the film's tension quotient, as St. Matt Thompson (Guy Pearce) – bedecked in full blast suit and all – is compromised by an insurgent with a cell phone-cum-detonator. And the guy's got Thompson's number… on speed dial… Check out the clip after the jump. We'll have a review for anxiety-inducing The Hurt Locker coming soon, but suffice it to say my sphincter was clenched the entire movie so as to avoid dropping a deuce in the pristine Wilshire Screening Room. And I want to be invited back there.