We knew there would be some interesting things to come out of the Super 8 interactive video, but we didn't think something this tasty would show up. Get ready for your first look at what could be the creature.
You have got to give the good folks over at Paramount credit. They sure can be sneaky. Yet another piece of the Super 8 mystery has fallen into place in the form of an interactive trailer that's home to what's being called "archival footage".
Three more stills have come our way for Joe Cornish's (actor; Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) new alien invasion flick, Attack the Block, which is gearing up to play the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas; and we have them for you full of eye-popping color!
Okay, kids! The first official one-sheet for Super 8 is finally upon us, joining today's full-length trailer, and we have every pixel ready and waiting your perusal. Directed by J.J. Abrams from his original script, the Amblin Entertainment and Bad Robot Production film is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams, and Bryan Burk.
Along with the fleshed out synopsis that we came across last night, Super 8 on Twitter has release a new full trailer for your viewing and deciphering pleasure. Dig it! Directed by J.J. Abrams from his original script, the Amblin Entertainment and Bad Robot Production film is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams, and Bryan Burk.
Finally, after months of changing trailers, hidden clues, endless viral goodies, rampant speculation, and interminable waiting, the official plot crunch for the highly anticipated film Super 8 is here! What does it reveal? Read on!
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There's nothing wrong with having a little fun, and the new trailer for Joe Cornish's (actor; Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) new alien invasion flick, Attack the Block, which is gearing up to play the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, looks like fun indeed.
Be virtue of the fact that people are still actively searching to find new life forms, sooner or later somebody is bound to find something. The trouble is who knows what will happen then? The smart money isn't on them (it) being friendly.
Another alien invasion flick is on its way, this one written and directed by Joe Cornish (actor; Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) and featuring an urban slant. Which is far better than a suburban slant, but not quite as cool as a sharp ninety-degree slant. What the hell was I talking about again? Oh, yeah! Aliens!
In a film landscape filled with inflated budgets, inflated egos, and bloated and lifeless tales with about as much substance as a Loony Tune, it's always nice to see an indie filmmaker come on strong and make good.
One of the earliest (and best) cinéma-vérité films to cross our desks was Albert Pyun's 2005 one-take wonder Infection, which was renamed Invasion (review here) for its DVD release, so you can bet our ears perked up today when we learned a sequel is on its way!
For weeks after the Super 8 Super Bowl TV spot aired, eager fans have been toiling over every frame, thereby uncovering every frame of hidden imagery and assembling them to uncover hidden messages.
We're not exactly sure what it means, but the Super 8 companion website for "Rocket Poppeteers" seems to be on the verge of launching something big...so big that Internet Explorer and Firefox are unable to handle it. In its newest incarnation RocketPoppeteers.com requires either Google Chrome or Safari.