Beans Are The Magical Fruit In 'Jack The Giant Slayer' Trailer

Let the giant bodies hit the floor. Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Killer is back with a new trailer and a new title. In news that will likely piss off the rip-off artists at The Asylum, the fairytale action film is now titled Jack the Giant Slayer. They've printed up new posters and everything. This time we get more action and more story. For instance, giants can talk and there's a ton of them. I trust Singer with this material. If it were a Michael Bay movie, you know one of those giants would be freestyle rapping while it's second head beat boxes. So hold all complaints. Could always be worse.

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Robots House Giant Monsters In 'Pacific Rim' Trailer

Suck it, monsters! The first trailer for Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim has debuted and it is a real wake-up call for monsters from the deep. When gigantic creatures emerge from an intergalactic portal in the Pacific Ocean, they just assume that humans will let them destroy our best bridges and throw cars into the water. Think again, monsters. Little do they know that we possess the technology to make gigantic robot suits that will march right up to them and punch them in their monstrous faces. Didn't see that one coming, huh? Just wait until we figure out how to give swords to those robots. 'Merica!!


Giant 'Pacific Rim' Monster Attacks The Heck Out Of San Francisco

Oakland just got sh*ttier. As if life in San Francisco weren't difficult enough with the high rents and modern times inciting the slow extermination of the city's bohemian roots and culture. Now they've got to worry about giant kaiju climbing from the ocean and trashing the place. If it's not one thing, it's another. The new viral clip for Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim shows a giant monster destroying the Golden Gate Bridge and fighting jets via crappy news footage. And while we don't get a great peek at the monster or the giant mechanized robot suits that will be used to slay these Godzillas, it's enough to get everyone excited. Those monsters started this and mankind will finish it. That was our best bridge.


This Giant Walking Robot Might Be The Coolest Thing At Comic-Con

Comic-Con used to be about the comics. Then it became about the movies. Now it's just a glorified parade of 400-lb. walking robots. Buncha sell outs these days. Wired magazine asked the Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects, the braintrusts behind Pacific Rim and Iron Man, to build them a damn robot. A huge one. And those tasked with the effort did a pretty damn good job, creating this ED-209 (Robocop) lookalike that was able to mirror the smallest of movements performed by whoever was manning the controls.


Jack Black Experiences Bondage in 'Gulliver's Travels' Trailer

A talking rabbit once told me, "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all." I turned that rabbit into a stew because I loathe miracles of science, but its words always stuck with me. Having said that, FOX released the trailer for the new Jack Black film Gulliver's Travels. It's based off the classic Jonathan Swift novel you haven't read, and also stars Emily Blunt, Amanda Peet, T.J. Miller, and Jason Segel. Basically a man-child goes to the Bermuda Triangle for a fluff news piece and ends up getting into an S&M type situation with little people. It's like that scene in Night at the Museum when Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan come to life, if that scene was over 90 minutes long. Your kids are gonna love it. Pack juice boxes for them and a couple Xanax for yourself. Oops, there go those mean words. Check out the trailer after the jump. Gulliver's Travels washes into theaters December 22, 2010.


Sam Jackson Tricks You Into Watching Theater

Check out this trailer for HBO Films production of Cormac McCarthy's 'The Sunset Limited.' It stars Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson's character from 'Black Snake Moan.' Check out this trailer for HBO Films production of Cormac McCarthy's The Sunset Limited. It stars Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson's character from Black Snake Moan as two men yelling crap at each other in a room. The film is directed by Jones (at his saggiest) from a screenplay written by McCarthy himself. All the action takes place in one room after Jackson has saved Jones from getting mutilated by a train. After the incident, Jackson invites Jones back to his apartment to argue about religion and try on suits. Because that's what you do in those situations. But on a serious note, Samuel, it's time to clean your walls, dude.


Shia LaBeouf Continues His Parade Of Weirdness With A Freestyle Rap

He's not bad, but even decent freestyle rapping is a sign of some sort of mental illness. In case you thought that wearing a bag on his head, the plagiarism allegations, and attacking people was it for Shia LaBeouf's PR campaign over the past two years, think again. Now, the increasingly demented actor has taken to the Internet with a freestyle rap, while not half bad, isn't the sort of thing that grown white men do. Except for Eminem. Here's the clip. I'm really enjoying his haircut. He got quite an impromptu audience for that performance! (Consequence of Sound)


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