A new bit of eye candy has hit the net for the upcoming Lars (I relate to Hitler) Von Trier film, Melancholia, and we've got every heartwarming pixel of it for your approval right here. There. You're happier already, no?
It's safe to say that the hype train for the Immortals is building more and more steam every day. Just last week we brought you several nifty character posters and now? A new trailer has been bestowed upon us! Immortals stars the new Superman, Henry Cavill, along with Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Isabel Lucas, and Daniel Sharman.
By the gods! We have several new character one-sheets on hand for you, joining those which debuted at Wonder-Con, for Immortals. That's a whole lot of new eye candy to get you excited about Relativity Media's latest 3D clash of the titans! Immortals stars the new Superman, Henry Cavill, along with Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Isabel Lucas, and Daniel Sharman.
Despite all the controversy that swirled around Lars Von Trier's Melancholia screening at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the judges obviously didn't hold any of it against the film's star as Kirsten Dunst was awarded the actress prize today, May 22nd, for her performance.
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If anyone can break the currently stale and sparkling mold of vampire flicks, it's independent and uncompromising American filmmaker Jim Jarmusch so we couldn't be more excited about the news that Jarmusch is set to helm a toothy tale starring Tilda Swinton, Michael Fassbender, and Mia Wasikowska as his vampires and John Hurt in a featured role.
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!
Another new image has found its way online from upcoming sword crunching fight for humanity epic Immortals, and in it star Henry Cavill looks pretty friggin' pissed. Let's just hope he is off to kill some mythic beast! Dig it! Along with Cavill as Theseus you'll find Luke Evans as Zeus, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon, Isabel Lucas as Athena, and Daniel Sharman as Ares.
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.
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?
Never mind the blurry out of focus hard to hear slice of bootleggery that appeared online yesterday. This new day brings a much better look at the brand spanking new trailer for the upcoming sword crunching epic, Immortals.
By the gods! The power of bootlegging and keen eyed viewers have brought us the first semi-blurry online look at the official trailer from the upcoming flick, Immortals! Steady yourself, and grab some aspirin!
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!