Regardless of how much it may be just on the fringe of horror, one film we can't wait to see is Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, and today three new stills were released from the flick, one of which includes a nice look at Scott Glenn as the Wiseman.
It's been a while since last we spoke about Zack Snyder's new flick Sucker Punch. Mainly because when it comes to anything even remotely resembling the horror genre it's for sure on the fringe. Yet, this latest trailer was too damned badass not to share with you guys.
One panel we sadly didn't have time to check out during this year's San Diego Comic-Con included a first look at the official trailer for Zack Snyder's mind-bender Sucker Punch. Luckily it's now hit the Internet, and we have it for you right here in all its epicness. Synopsis:
It looks as if the huge success of James Cameron's Avatar has officially turned the prospect of a 3D film from gimmick and fad to quickly becoming the standard. Every time we turn around, another flick is coming at us in the third dimension.
Along with the previously announced Jon Hamm, Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch has added another good-looking man to its predominantly female cast: Guatemalan actor Oscar Isaac, who most recently appeared in Body of Lies and Che: Part One.
The cast of Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch just got a whole lot more interesting to this Woman thanks to the addition of "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm. It's about time a male was announced to join the previously named Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung, Jena Malone, Abbie Cornish, and Carla Gugino.
I was one of the many who were disappointed when "Big Love"'s Amanda Seyfried had to withdraw from Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch. But her replacement was announced today, and I must say things are indeed looking up for the project once again.
For those of you dying for more info on The Uninvited, the U.S. remake of A Tale of Two Sisters, we’ve got three interviews with the lovely lead ladies for you to feast your eyes upon!
I don’t know if you’re looking forward to The Uninvited, a remake of the Korean hit A Tale of Two Sisters, but it’s out on January 30th, and you know, being a horror fan, that you’re going to be there when it opens.
If you've still got an itch for remakes of Korean movies, and who doesn't these days, then we're glad to say the trailer for The Uninvited is now online!