Extended 'Elysium' Trailer: Matt Damon Has Cool Bullets

Eat your heart out, Judge Dredd. Eat your heart out, Judge Dredd. The more that we see, the more it looks like Elysium will probably be this summer's best movie. Matt Damon stars as a guy trying to stay out of trouble on Shitty Future Earth who has to resort to extreme measures when an industrial accident leaves him with only five days to live. Those extreme measures involve an exoskeleton, explode-y bullets, and breaking into Rich Person Space Station Land where they have cures for every disease just laying around. Too bad for them there is no cure for Matt Damon shoving a gun down their throat.

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Behold, The Trailer For Neill Blomkamp's 'Elysium'

How do you like these space apples? Neill Blomkamp, who made his debut with an inventive sci-fi film about a man leveling out class inequality with the aid of advanced weaponry, is back with Elysium, a different inventive sci-fi film about a man leveling out class inequality with the aid of advanced weaponry. In the future, the wealthy live free of poverty and illness on the space station Elysium. While the rest of us poor mooks live on Earth like a bunch of sick losers. Matt Damon stars as an ex-con on Earth who uses a weaponized exoskeleton to aid his mission to break into Elysium, rip killer robots apart with his bare hands, and find a cure for the cancer that is rapidly


'The Martian' Trailer: Matt Damon Burning Out His Fuse Up There Alone

An edge of your seat thriller about doing science. In The Martian, Matt Damon once again plays an astronaut left stranded with little hope of rescue. But this time he's pretty likable and far less murder-y. During a space station evacuation, an accident strands Damon's Mark Watney on Mars which, according to TripAdvisor, is impossible to survive. With his chances slim, he sets out to make Mars habitable for the for years it will take rescue to arrive. Meanwhile, we're also told the story of his crew mates who risk their lives to save him. Which makes me feel pretty bad. I won't even help my co-workers get a cab.


Clint Eastwood's 'Hereafter' Trailer Features Matt Damon and Tsunamis

Warner Bros has dropped the new trailer for Clint Eastwood's Hereafter. It tells the story of three people who are haunted by mortality in different ways. One of them is Matt Damon, who talks to the dead. Another is French journalist, who has a near death experience by almost drowning. And the last is a London schoolboy, who loses someone close to him and wants answers. He asks Damon for help and gets yelled at. Don't you know that the power he possesses is a curse, not a gift?! Scram, Kid! Aw, don't worry. I'm sure he'll eventually contact his dead whomever for him. Hereafter materializes in theaters October 22, 2010. Check out the trailer after the jump... Hereafter Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers


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Don't even try to watch this if you take heart medicine. Game of Thrones is well-known for being one of television's most gnarly shows. When you have a crown like that to protect, you've gotta keep upping the ante and taking things to the extreme. So, with the series back for it's fourth (and perhaps most gnarly season to date) we'd like to share this supercut of Game of Thrones' most extreme moments. Don't even try to watch this if you take heart medicine.


New 'Dredd' Trailer Looks Pretty Cool, Actually

Don't watch if you're not prepared to have all of your preconceived notions rocked to their cores. Moviegoers could be forgiven for assuming that anything with the word "Dredd" in the title is a piece of shit, thanks to notably shitty piece of shit Judge Dredd starring Sylvester Stallone. But if you dig a little deeper, you'll find that the comics featuring the Judge Dredd character are pretty well-respected, and now this trailer comes out and actually looks really cool and I don't know what to think anymore. As if that weren't enough, this trailer also has Olivia Thirlby, famous for playing sweet smartasses in stuff like Juno and The Wackness doing what can be called for lack of a better term "kicking ass." The lesson is clear: Don't watch the trailer for Dredd if you're not prepared to have all of your preconceived notions rocked to their cores. Or if you don't like guns.


Comic-Con 2011: Move Into The Future With 'Elysium' Viral

You can be a part of something great. Good news everyone!! Armadyne is hiring. If you're a zero g welder, mega-structure engineer, quantum networker or an expert in the field of zero g coupling and multi-generational planning, you just might find yourself gettin' paid. What you're seeing above is a viral campaign launched to promote Neill Blomkamp's Elysium. ComingSoon came across a recruitment poster at Comic-Con that points to the fictional website Armadyne, where the video is posted. I've gotta say, as far as virals go this looks really impressive. If they're willing to put this kind of money into a web video, imagine what Neill Blomkamp will be able to achieve with his budget. It's going to look sweeeet. Wake me up in 2013 when the movie's released. **locks self in Demolition Man cryo-chamber**  


Get Judgmental With This 'Dredd 3D' Clip

They misspelled "dread," but the more I think about it, the more I think that may have been intentional. September 21st won't be just the autumnal equinox (which is totally awesome on its own merits), but also the release date for a film featuring an old friend of ours, Legendary Comics' Judge Dredd. Dredd 3D premieres that same day, offering up a darker take on the judge, jury, and executioner. Lest you think this is a tacked-on sequel rushed to meet 3D demand, the script is written by Alex Garland, who made a name for himself with 28 Days Later. In case you couldn't tell from the clip, the producers decided to take Judge Dredd in a younger, less mumbly direction with Karl Urban. His nemesis will be played by a prostitute-turned-drug kingpin. And while it would be funnier if that character was a former gigolo, it's a girl, played by Juno's Olivia Thirlby. So open your eyes, get your tickets, and realize that Judge Dredd isn't living in 1994 anymore.