The Zero Theorem is quickly looking to be Terry Gilliam’s best looking film since Brazil and possibly the most engaging since 12 Monkeys. It premiered almost a year ago at the Venice International Film Festival, but fans of Gilliam have had to wait patiently to see it so far.
Because we have a release date.
The Zero Theorem gets released in the US for Digital and VOD on August 19th and theatrically on September 19th. A new trailer is out as well, and it’s just so stunning that I am at a loss for words.
Guardians of the Galaxy? Guardians of the Galaxy. Guardians of the Galaxy! The Galaxy, Guardians of. Galaxy galaxy galaxy, guardians guardians guardians. Guardians of the Galaxy of the Galaxy of the Galaxy.
Extended Trailer? Extended Trailer. Chris Pratt? Chris Pratt. Vin Diesel? Vin Diesel. Green Uhura? Green Uhura. Bald Amy Pond? Bald Amy Pond.
I was unaware that what was missing from my life was a movie where Parks & Rec’s Aubrey Plaza comes back from the dead as a zombie, but there you have it. I need to see this film now, more than I can express in just this tiny box of text.
The dark comedy “Life After Beth” comes out August 15th, and also stars Dane DeHaan, John C. Reilly and Molly Shannon.
via The AV Club
The first trailer for the next Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay Part 1, is here. Set as a propaganda film made by the sinister President Snow, the trailer goes from inspirational to threatening in its tone.
And there’s a heck of a lot of white.
Like a crap ton of white.
Also, they’re promoting the tie in site TheCapitol.pn
Which is even whiter than the trailer, if you can believe it.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 comes out this November, with Part 2 following in November 2015.
Here we have the newest trailer for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film… and it actually looks pretty cool. The trailer finally seems to put an end to the “aliens” rumor, and it looks like (from what we can tell) Oroku Saki IS in the film, even if he might not be the guy in the robo-Shredder gear. We know a lot of you have been skeptical about the film, due to Bay producing, but I’m personally hopeful.