Continuing along on our busy day of debuts, the first official trailer for the remake of the 1971 classic film Straw Dogs is locked and loaded for your perusal on this insane Friday afternoon. Kate Bosworth, James Marsden, Alexander Skarsgard, and Rhys Coiro star in Rod Lurie's upcoming remake. Look for it in theatres on September 16th, 2011. Synopsis
After what seemed like a really long wait, the popular vampire show that continues to confound me finally has an actual trailer. None of that pointless teaser nonsense. This one actually shows some stuff that I'm sure makes sense to the fans.
Just like the rest of you we hate staring at stills that offer a whole lot of nothing. Don't get us wrong; the following three new stills from the remake of the 1971 classic film Straw Dogs aren't exactly action-packed, but they're better than just seeing folks stand around.
In need of a pick-me-up to get you over Hump Day? Well then, how about a clip from Lars Von Trier's feel good film Melancholia? If you're still feeling down after that, you could always go hang out at your local emergency room or take in a wake or two!
Lest anyone think the folks behind "True Blood" have forgotten about the regulars what with all the new blood that'll be appearing in Season 4 of the series, this new promo, entitled "Screen Test" is all about showing love to the original cast members. Check it out, and then read on for the synopsis of "She's Not There", the season opener.
Time for some more happy shiny goodies from Lars Von Trier's feel good movie of the century, Melancholia. Yesterday we brought you the film's release date and now we have a brand spanking new one-sheet for you!
Magnolia has assigned the feel good movie of the century, Melancholia, a November release date. Thankfully it's a bit before Thanksgiving or we'd be washing down our turkey dinners with a heaping helping of sadness and dismay.
Like it or not (most of you fall into the not camp) a remake of the 1971 classic film Straw Dogs is well on its way, and though it's hit a few bumps in the road here and there the marketing wheel has officially started spinning.
Hey, kids! Looking for a few end-of-the-world moments to get you through your day? Of course you are! What better way to spend your work time than digging on the new one-sheet for Lars Von Trier's upcoming apocalypse flick Melancholia?
After months of waiting (which still sucks, by the way), fans of "True Blood" were given a short but sweet taste of what's in store for them in Season Four of the popular HBO series by way of a new video that goes on the set and includes quick soundbites from creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with just about everyone in the cast.
Lars Von Trier's upcoming end of the world flick Melancholia is sure to bring bright rays of sunshine and warmth to the hearts of those who just can't wait until this whole shit-house goes up in flames, and to kick off the fuzzies, we've got your first look at Kirsten Dunst!
But, really, what can brighten your day more than a glimpse at the end of the world? Like it or not, it's coming. The signs have been in place for several years. Bush gets reelected. Lady Gaga is worshiped. Sarah Palin is taken seriously. Pia goes home on "American Idol". It's all going down, man!
HBO's "Waiting Sucks" campaign for the fourth season of "True Blood" kicked it up a notch with the appearance of Stephen Moyer as vampire Bill Compton. Even better? He's not alone, but his companion is not who you'd probably think it is.
Hot on the heels of last night's Paleyfest 2011 "True Blood" panel (read about that here) comes the series' second Season 4 teaser trailer from HBO featuring a shirtless Alexander Skarsgard. Oh yes, Eric, waiting does indeed suck!
More distro news coming in from EFM, this time for what's bound to be the feel good movie of the year from Lars von Trier, Melancholia. Read on to find out who will distribute the apocalypse once it comes. Magnolia Pictures has picked up the disaster flick featuring an all-star cast who are just waiting to meet their imminent demise via interplanetary chaos.