Preview: Trailer Watch
An RSS feed for new trailers on the web.
"Into The Blue"
From the official site:Into The Blue
Starring Paul Walker, Jessica Alba, written by Matt Johnson (Torque
), directed by John Stockwell (Blue Crush
Written by Paul Haggis (Million Dollar Baby
) & Robert Moresco, directed by Paul Haggis.
"Bad News Bears"
From Yahoo! Movies:Bad News Bears
Starring Billy Bob Thornton, written by Glenn Ficarra & John Requa (Bad Santa, Cats & Dogs
), directed by Richard Linklater (A Scanner Darkly
, School of Rock
"A Lot Like Love"
From Apple Trailers:A Lot Like Love
Starring Ashton Kutcher, Amanda Peet (Identity, Igby Goes Down
), written by Colin Patrick Lynch, directed by Nigel Cole (Calendar Girls
"Rory O'Shea Was Here"
From Apple Trailers:Rory O'Shea Was Here
(a.k.a. Inside I'm Dancing
Starring James McAvoy (Wimbeldon
), written by Jeffrey Caine (Goldeneye
), directed by Damien O'Donnell (Bend it like Beckham
From the official site:Smile
Starring Sean Astin and Mika Boorem, written and directed by Jeffrey Kramer.
From Apple Trailers:Fever Pitch
Starring Drew Barrymore and Jimmy Fallon, written by Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel, directed by The Farrelly Brothers.
"Monster in Law"
From Apple Trailers:Monster in Law
Written by Anya Kochoff, directed by Robert Luketic (Legally Blonde
). Starring Jennifer Lopez, Jane Fonda and Michael Vartan.
"Off The Map"
From the official site:Off The Map
Written by Joan Ackerman, directed by Campbell Scott.
"House of Wax"
From Apple Trailers:House of Wax
Written by Chad & Carey Hayes, directed by Jaume Serra.
Oh, and starring Paris Hilton in her first non-porn role.
From Yahoo! Movies:Stealth
Written by Rob Cohen and W.D. Richter, directed by Rob Cohen.
From Apple Trailers:The Cave
Written by Tegan West, directed by Bruce Hunt.
"House of D"
From Apple Trailers:House of D
Written and directed by David Duchovny.
From the official site:
As a physicist I tend to get infuriated by time travel movies. I anticipate this may buck that trend. Does not star a hobbit.
Seriously though... the trailer doesn't give much away but it does look like it steers clear of most of the major clichés. I'll be watching this one.
from the Sci-Fi London film festival website:
As a physicist I tend to get infuriated by time travel movies. I do not anticipate this bucking that trend. Stars a hobbit. As a physicst.
Postscript: Sci-Fi London is an awesome little (well, it was little three years ago) film festival - they were the first to show "Blair Witch" in this country. If you can go, do go.
"Cube" was a great movie. "Cube 2: Hypercube" was most definitely not. Based on this trailer "Cube Zero" could go either way. Looks like it goes 'behind the scenes' of the Cube which I suspect will please a lot of people. Then again, it could end up ruining it all...
Just realised this is already out on DVD ... Whadda ya know?
I could have made that clearer, "Cube Zero" is available on Region 1 DVD only.
From somewhere or other:
Uwe Boll is obviously trying to challenge Paul W.S. Anderson for the title of King of the Computer Game Adaptation Movie. Kristanna Loken is a hottie, no doubt, but I have a horrible feeling that she did her best acting in T3 with a total of about four lines. Michael Madsen is great, he's always great. Ben Kingsley's got an Oscar (and been nominated for three more), but this just looks terrible. A bad trailer for what I imagine will be a bad movie.
"Ten 'til Noon"
From the official site
Ten 'til Noon
Cool-looking trailer for an as-yet-unfinished indie (albeit a bunch of guys who are Bryan Singer's mates' mates). The same ten minutes time period viewed from ten different characters' perspectives. Not a ground-breaking concept, but I'll watch it if it makes it to a cinema near me.
"What is it?"
From the official site:
What is it?
Absoluely batshit insane. Crispin Glover's (you read the URL and thought 'Crisping Lover' too, right?) magnum opus
, ten years in the making apparently.
Looks like Crisping didn't buy enough bandwidth...