You know the Internet has done wonders for our world. It's given us all access to a wealth of info, right at our fingertips, it's given us a job, and it's helped connect people like never before. However, nothing in life can be all good.
Seems that Mark Wahlberg isn't the only one who's not afraid to admit he was involved in a stinker. Yep, the Clash of the Titans remake kind of sucked, and star Sam Worthington knows it.
It's good to see the badass trailers for Battle Los Angeles accompanied by an equally as badass one-sheet, and seriously? March cannot get here soon enough! Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, and Bridget Moynahan all star. Look for it in theatres on March 11th, 2011. Synopsis
Disappointed by last year's tepid Clash of the Titans? Yeah, we were too. How that formula got botched so badly is anyone's guess, but Hollywood is looking to make up for it with the sequel, Wrath of the Titans.
If Battle: Los Angeles isn't on your radar just yet, we're pretty sure after seeing this latest trailer it's going to be. You want good old fashioned us vs. them warfare between humans and aliens? Holy shit, are you going to get it! Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, and Bridget Moynahan all star. Look for it in theatres on March 11th, 2011.
Nasty aliens are looking to turn Los Angeles, California into a kingdom of rubble and flames. Something tell us that's not what NASA is planning to announce at this Thursday's press conference regarding an astrobiological discovery. In any event, Sony has just launched the teaser site for its upcoming us vs. them flick, Battle: Los Angeles, and we've got a quick look at it for you!
With Skyline being even worse than we ever could have imagined, fans are now looking, hoping, and praying to Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles to deliver quality Earth vs the Aliens type carnage.
Okay, so three stories about Battle: Los Angeles in one day just minutes apart. What can we tell you? When the goods come, they come; and we thought you'd be really interested in seeing one of the alien invaders up close.
The Internet works fast! Just about an hour ago we brought you the badass domestic trailer debut for Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles, and now, just a little while later the international trailer has reared its head! Dig it!
Sure Skyline is in theatres now, so Sony Pictures saw fit to strike back a bit by releasing the official trailer for Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles. All we can say? Wow! According to Liebesman Battle: Los Angeles is more of a war flick, not like Independence Day where only landmarks get blown up. Interesting! Cannot wait to see the carnage.
Director Jonathan Liebesman (Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Darkness Falls, Battle: Los Angeles) has signed on for the Herculean task of making a good follow-up to the big budget blunder known as the Clash of the Titans remake.
That's right. We have a one-sheet bonanza for you today, dearest reader, to kick off your work week with a little destruction in mind! Get ready for five new bits of artwork for Jonathan Liebesman's latest alien invasion opus Battle: Los Angeles. In the immortal words of Maynard ... learn to swim!
During the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central was in attendance for the Battle: Los Angeles press conference. On hand were producer Neal H. Mortiz, director Jonathan Liebesman, and the film’s stars Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez, who chatted with the press about what we can expect to see with their vision of hostile alien forces invading Earth and one battalion’s struggle with the insurgency that takes over the Los Angeles streets.
San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Jonathan Liebesman Talks Battle Los Angeles. Aaron Eckhart Talks New Batman!
More news regarding Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman's new flick Battle: Los Angeles and even a new Batman tidbit for you curious horror fans!
Texas Chainsaw: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman's new film, Battle: Los Angeles, is getting some love at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and we have an early look at the artwork.