The trailer for the long awaited DC Comics Harley Quinn movie, Birds Of Prey – And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn. is finally here.
Directed by Cathy Yan, this new story starts after Quinn (Margot Robbie) splits up with the Joker and joins three female superheroes. Namely Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya. Their mission being to save the life of a little girl from an evil crime lord…
I’m in because maybe finally all the excitement and yelping with delight that was a result of me seeing Quinn in the Suicide Squad trailer can deliver on its promise. Fingers, toes and everything crossed. There’s still hope because Robbie is great.
Derek Wilson, Matthew Willig, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Chris Messina, Rosie Perez, Charlene Amoia, Isabel Pakzad and Ali Wong Also star.
Directed by Drake Doremus of Like Crazy (2011), Zoe is a new sci-fi / romance centred around two colleagues working on technology to improve and perfect romantic relationships. As their work progresses, their discoveries become more interesting.
Ewan McGregor, Léa Seydoux, Theo James and Rashida Jones star…
The subject matter definitely has my attention. Before the trailer ended, I was already having quite a time with the question of who I’d choose if I were in Seydoux’s character’s shoes.
Now looking forward to finding out about all the variables; the ones that will help with the final choice of man or ‘machine’.
The last time Disney had a live action movie made of one of their fairy tales, I was beyond thrilled. Thrilled with the trailer, thrilled with the cast list and absolutely delighted with the end result. The movie I’m talking about is of course, Kenneth Branagh’sCinderella (2015).
For me personally, Cinderella was always going to be a hard act to follow. Bill Condon’s Beauty & The Beast is a movie I was also looking forward to. However, to be fair, Beauty & The Beast doesn’t quite have the likes of acting queen Cate Blanchett on the cast list. So you can imagine that my enthusiasm just wasn’t the same. Additionally, the acting and singing weren’t bad but as a non-fan of musicals, all the singing probably didn’t help me appreciate the film more. I really did enjoy the romance towards the end and I think the movie was alright, overall. Without a doubt though, my preference is certainly Cinderella. I imagine that big fans of Beauty & The Beast rather enjoyed this remake of the fairy tale about a monstrous-looking prince and a young woman who fall in love. Maybe they even loved it as much as I did Cinderella.
I understand that Aladdin is coming next. I’ll of course eventually watch it even though it is a musical.
Starring Dan Stevens as Prince Adam / Beast, Emma Watson as Belle and Luke Evans as Gaston, the new Beauty & The Beast trailer is finally here…
I’ll be watching this simply because I love the animated version. Interestingly though, I don’t currently sense the magical feel the live action version of Cinderella (2015) gave me after I watched that specific trailer. May the magic be there with the finished product of this new adaptation.
The full trailer for T2 – Trainspotting 2, the sequel to the 1999 cult classic Trainspotting is here; with Ewan McGregor, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle, Ewan Bremner and more reprising their original roles…
Funny, fast, scary (not in the horror movie sense) and dramatic are words that fit and I just love that ‘man on chair off the roof’ moment at 1:03. I’d love to know how that was shot. I imagine with plent of very soft padding at the end of quite a short drop. Come on January!
The teaser trailer for the sequel to Trainspotting (1996) is here. Directed by Danny boyle and starring Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller and Ewen Bremner, this teaser, I can promise is not as pointless as the previous one for there is a little something to get the imagination of fans of the original going…
In all honesty, I can barely remember what happens in the first film. Something to do with having actually never seen it, perhaps. Or I may have just forgotten since it was released 20 years ago.
I am ready now though and I look forward to finding out about all the hype before the second instalment gets here. Something tells me that regardless of the title the movie probably has very little indeed to do with actual train spotting. I could be wrong of course.
Based on the novel by Philip Roth, Ewan McGregor’s new movie, American Pastoral is set in postwar America and centres around a man whose previously perfect seeming life is abruptly changed when his daughter’s new political affiliations come to light…
Also starring Jennifer Connelly, Uzo Aduba and Dakota Fanning, I know I’m excited because I’m already imagining some of the possible dramatic exchanges likely to take place.
This is also Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut – therefore reason enough for this movie fan to tune in. Especially since, even though I’m not loving this particular remix of Tears For Fears’ ‘Mad World,’ the trailer isn’t bad.