A new clip from Star Trek: Into Darkness has arrived, and we finally get to see Chris Pine and Benedict Cumberbatch exchanging a few tense words.
Last week, we got our first look at Jamie Foxx as Electro. Today, we get our first look at Foxx as Max Dillon – Electro before he became Electro, and Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn.
If you didn’t get enough of the coolness from the last Iron Man 3 trailer, take a gander at the new promo that features even new clips.
I almost missed seeing the Star Trek trailer, but then the lights went out at the Super Bowl, and suddenly Paramount had the best Into Darkness plug they could ever get. Take the jump for the trailer that aired during the game.
BAM! You don’t have to wait until next week to see the trailer for Star Trek: Into Darkness, as the trailer hit the Apple Trailers site in full HD glory. Take the jump for the YouTube version, that still looks pretty damn good when set to full screen.
There are few books that have had a huge impact on my life, but Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash was a tale that capture my imagination in the pre-dawn Internet days, when everything was still green, and 3600 was the way the cool kids connected to the cyber world. So imagine how surprised I was when I learned H’wood was pushing ahead with a movie adaptation. The same H’wood that made Johnny Mnemonic… granted, that was a different writer, but still…
Looks like J.J. Abrams has something in mind for the new Star Trek movie, as the new costumes look a bit fascist… or socialist… or something that has “ist” in it.
This is really surprising news – G.I. JOE: Retaliation was scheduled to arrive in theaters next month (June 29), but suddenly, Paramount has pulled the flick from the 2012 rotation and moved it to 2013.
So you may have heard there is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming out from Michael Bay. And you may have heard that the heroes in a half-shell are no longer mutants, but rather aliens from beyond. It looked like the fervor was settling down over that announcement, until we found out TMNT isn’t going to be called TMNT at all, but simply, Ninja Turtles.
Michael Bay has something to say about that, too.
There was a lot of speculation running wild yesterday regarding the status of another Transformers movie. Fortunately, Michael Bay addressed the blogosphere, the Twitterverse, and the Intardwebz, that confirmed our worst fear – Transformers 4 is real.
Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom Inc. (NYSE:VIA and VIA.B), will launch an in-house animation division, with its first title slated for release in 2014. In making the announcement, Paramount Chairman & CEO Brad Grey said the initiative was part of the studio’s long-term strategy for growth and that the new division, Paramount Animation, will focus on high quality animation with budgets per picture of up to $100 million.