Sam Worthington Kidnaps Dr. McNazi In New 'The Debt' Trailer

We've got a new trailer for 'The Debt', starring Sam Worthington, Helen Mirren and Tom Wilkinson. Three Israeli spies snuck into East Berlin to kidnap a horrible Nazi doctor... Stop me if you've heard this one. For those of you who have never seen a movie where the villain is a Nazi - which I assume is all of you - then get ready for a treat. Above is the trailer for The Debt, a Focus Features film directed by John Madden, starring Sam Worthington, Helen Mirren, Jessica "Young Helen Mirren" Chastain, and Tom Wilkinson. The film is about a Mossad mission in 1966 where three Israeli spies snuck into East Berlin to kidnap a horrible Nazi doctor. Surrounding that mission are dangers, secrets, and secret dangers. We follow the characters as they complete (?) the mission in the 60s, and thirty-some years later, when two of the now retired agents receive shocking news about their partner. *Duhn-duhn-duuuuuhn* All goof-arounds aside, I can see this being an intriguing thriller. We see a lot of films about the Holocaust, but not as many about what happened afterward. Also, Israeli soldiers know how to kick some serious ass, and we saw a lot of Helen Mirren's solid-looking boobs on a recent "SNL" episode I am intrigued.

Watch Next:

Manhattan Beach Gets ‘Avatar’-ted

Related Content


Helen Mirren Shows Off the Merchandise in 'Love Ranch' Trailer

Pick a whore, any whore! The trailer for Taylor Hackford's Love Ranch has scratched, tickled, and hit the web. In it, Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci portray the real life couple that started the first legal brothel in Nevada. Needless to say, there are prostitutes in this film, gentlemen, and you better believe at some point Pesci teaches them some respect. Will it be Gina Gershon, Bai Ling, Scout Taylor-Compton, or Taryn Manning who is subject to the little man's wrath? Considering Manning has already done the whole "lady of the night thing" before in Hustle & Flow she's probably the most resilient. But don't get too cocky, Taryn. Pesci lays down pimp law a lot harder than Terrence Howard. I have the bruises to prove it. Check out the trailer after the jump. Love Ranch propositions its way into theaters June 30.


Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren Take The Odd Contract In 'Red' Trailer

Robert Schwentke's film adaptation of the Warren Ellis graphic novel Red looks like The Losers recast for a CBS audience. It stars Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich (going full-Nugent), and Mary-Louise Parker as former CIA assassins forced into retirement. But old habits die hard and the boredom of retired life sets in, causing them to venture out on their own to murder-for-hire. And then when their old bosses try to have them killed, they reunite to take the fight to the CIA's front door. Why is the CIA always trying to kill its former employees? That hardly happens with any other profession. Better off safe than sorry though. That's why I've been systematically eliminating the customers from my boyhood paper route. That, and because of their ethnicities. HELEN MIRREN POPS A CAP AFTER THE JUMP...


Everybody Wants To Bone Keira Knightley And Sam Worthington In New 'Last Night' Trailer

Sam Worthington has already proved that he can act opposite giant scorpions as well as giant robotic scorpions. What this second trailer proves is that he can act opposite other actors as well. Sam Worthington has already proved that he can act opposite giant scorpions as well as giant robotic scorpions. What this second trailer proves is that he can act opposite other actors as well. Look at him looking at Eva Mendes' butt. I really believe that he's looking at that thing. He TOOK me there. The second trailer for Last Night introduces us again to Worthington and his wifey played by Keira Knightley as they are confronted by extra-marital temptation on the same night. Worthington, by Eva Mendes. Knightley, by some weird, sophisticated guy that only girls like Keira Knightley would be into. I hope they don't cheat on one another and get a divorce. They're offspring is our only hope for seeing a Pirates Of The Caribbean Part 27.


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.


'Tabloid' Trailer: Errol Morris Kidnaps, Chains Up Your Attention

Did Joyce McKinney rape and kidnap a mormon missionary? The most interesting gossip is vintage. Charlie Sheen got fired from a TV show for drinking and talking smack on the internet. Crazy smack, but still, it's nothing compared to the strange story of 70s beauty queen Joyce McKinney. An IQ of 168 did not keep McKinney out of trouble. In 1977, she became a tabloid sensation for supposedly raping and kidnapping Kirk Anderson, a mormon missionary. The trailer above is for Tabloid, a documentary about the "the Mormon sex in chains case" by documentarian Errol Morris (Fog of War). McKinney describes why the rape charge is absurd, comparing it to sticking a marshmallow into a parking meter. That just became my favorite analogy of the day, possibly the month. Things only get crazier from there. It's a fun, slick trailer that kept my attention without spoiling too much. If you're looking for break from monsters and superheroes this summer - though I'm not sure why you would be - and the reviews are good, I'd bring your paparazzi camera over to theaters July 15th. Check out the poster below.


'Kidnapped' Might Be The Most Disturbing Film You See This Decade

If you like foreign films, but prefer home invasions and graphic rapes to that 'Amelie' crap, this is your cup of tea. Now that the headline has sucked you in, let's talk about Kidnapped. It's a Spanish-language film about an upper-class family whose quiet night at home is interrupted by some masked home invaders. The film then takes a graphic and disturbing turn as the criminals put the family through hell. Screen Junkies editor, Ian, caught this film at FantasticFest and claimed it to be "the most horrific film I've ever seen." I try every day to horrify Ian with my writing, and, I assure you, he's usually unflappable. Beyond the gore, violence, and generally disturbing action, there's something more to this film, however. Director Miguel Angel Vivas constructed the film around twelve shots. While this approach could be (and has been) dismissed as gimmicky I have been told that it not only works, but serves the tension and story well. Kidnapped hits theaters via IFC on June 17. Lock your doors.


Links Away: Nazis...In Space!

  Why We Hate The Greys (AOLTV) Pictures You Should Steal (Smosh) Hilarious Betty White GIFs (SocialHype) Arianny Celeste Hotness (CagePotato) Epic American Douchbaggery (Holytaco) Buy This 3,500$ Bulletproof Shirt (DonChavez) The 6 Worst Gym Mistakes (MadeMan) The Hottest Girls You'll See Today (DoubleViking) John Hawkes Is Surrogate (MovieLine) How To Lie And Be Good At It (ModernMan) Sofia Vergara At The Emmy's (Ehowa) Imogen Bailey Hotness (Gunaxin) Elizabeth Banks And Her Inner Tomboy (NextMovie) Moms Banned From Nightclubs (<a href="


'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' Trailer - Mission: Impossibler

These missions just get increasingly impossible. With all of the big summer releases making all the headlines, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is back with another trailer to politely remind us that, much like a fraternity pledge, Tom Cruise is willing to almost kill himself for acceptance. Here, he gets the team back together to prove that he's not a rogue agent. But it's different from the last time that he got the team together to prove that he's not a rogue agent because this time his hair is juuuust a little shorter.