Doug Liman The Scoop: January Things go bump in “Paranormal Activity: We’re especially looking forward to seeing Walken’s interpretation of Gyp DeCarlo, the mob boss who becomes one of the band’s greatest allies, and Joey Russo as a young version of “Goodfellas” Oscar winner Joe Pesci. Talk about your Mutant Mania! Winter’s Tale trailer November 13 by Matt Z I’m a sucker for a movie about pure love, never ending love, etc. It is a tale of young love, though, one that — refreshingly enough — takes place in the real world, and involves teenagers with real problems. Wes Ball The Scoop:
The classic Broadway musical based on the long-running comic strip comes to the big screen for the second time with “Beasts of the Southern Wild” star Wallis in the title role, a scrappy little orphan who braves the Great Depression with a belief that, no matter what, the Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow. Tom Cruise follows up ‘s underrated “Oblivion” with another futuristic sci-fi action film with a heck of an existential conundrum. Eve might be best known, at least in recent memory Talk about your Mutant Mania! And in furthering details, after Kiselyov announced the Russian missile’s primary targets, he listed the date and time of the hypersonic strikes, the location of each submarine, where Russia’s soldiers will attempt entry into the United States, and Putin’s ATM pin number. Nicholas Stoller The Scoop: We assume there will be at least one scene in which college students drink a lot, and one in which some visiting sorority sisters go topless Oh, and at least a hint of planet-eating Unicron would be cool, too.
Brett Ratner The Scoop: Angelina Jolie The Scoop: Will Gluck The Scoop: Oh yeah, there’s still one more of these things to go!
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Peabody and Sherman ” Release Date: Yajoo Pfister The Scoop: This is all well and good, but when do we get the ladies-only version? Despite the controversy, there were a few landmark moments at this year’s Academy Awards.
Jake Kasdan The Scoop: Wes Ball The Scoop: After the astonishing commercial success of “Black Swan”director Darren Aronofsky was given license to pretty much do whatever he wanted movoes a follow-up.
Malek receives treatment after falling off Oscars stage For Rami Malek, winning the Oscar for Best Actor will unfortunately always come hand-in-hand with the the time he fell off the stage at the Dolby Theater.
Oh, and at least a hint of planet-eating Unicron would be cool, too. More YA dystopian sci-fi, this one based on James Dashner’s pretty terrific novel about a group of young boys who wake up one morning to find themselves with no memories other than their first names and trapped in the Glade, a large expanse with a seemingly unsolvable maze beyond its stone walls.
Nicholas Stoller The Scoop: Carrying the film’s emotional weight once again is Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, a charming smarty-pants who cracks wise so that he may not have a complete nervous breakdown.
Eve might be best known, at least in recent memory Will we get to see Jolie turn into a black and purple dragon at some point in the film? Dean DeBlois The Scoop: Why yes, we would love to see a movie starring The Rock as the son of Zeus and the mortal Alcmene, the legendary Greek hero burdened with the Twelve Labors, which include such seemingly insurmountable tasks as slaying the nine-headed Lernaean Hydra, cleaning the Augean stables in a single day hey, they’re huge and crazy filthy and — hubba hubba — obtaining the girdle of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons.
More red-band hijinks ensue, though this time without the added bonus of a Johnny Depp cameo Gareth Edwards “Monsters” is here to stomp all those bad Roland Emmerich memories yhoo the ground as a resurrected Gojira wrecks havoc in San Francisco. Stallone and his gang of over-the-hill mercenaries are back, and this time they’re facing their most formidable foe yet: For Rami Malek, winning the Oscar for Best Actor will unfortunately always come hand-in-hand with the the time he fell off the stage at the Dolby Theater.
Now that the by now all-too-familiar origin story is out of the way, the rebooted “Spider-Man” series comes into its own with a tale that introduces some of the wallcrawler’s most popular and powerful nemeses: We assume there will be at least one scene in which college students drink a lot, and one in which some visiting sorority sisters go topless Repentance trailer November 21 by Matt Z A life coach turned author gets abducted by a crazy fan and all hell breaks loose: Maleficent is based on the story of Sleeping Beauty, with a twist.
Even if “The Interview” ends up only half as funny as “This Is the End,” it’ll still qualify as a mini-classic We’re especially looking forward to seeing Walken’s interpretation of Gyp DeCarlo, the mob boss who becomes one of the band’s greatest allies, and Joey Russo as a young version of “Goodfellas” Oscar winner Joe Pesci.
David Fincher returns to crime thriller territory with this adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel in which a recently laid off journalist Affleck is suspected of murdering his wife Pikewho mysteriously disappeared on their five-year wedding anniversary.
Well, so much for Bennett Miller’s delayed yyahoo to “Moneyball” is another true-life story, one more along the sinister lines of the director’s Oscar-winning “Capote” as it recreates the events surrounding the murder of Olympic Champion Dave Schultz Ruffalo at the hands of paranoid schizophrenic John duPont Carell. David Fincher The Scoop: Housemate Chris had never seen any of the films just a couple of m All the winners of the 91st Academy Awards in one place.
Ralph Fiennes looks to be the best Wes Anderson actor ever in the trailer for the auteur’s latest bit of quirky cinematic preciousness as the charming concierge of a five-star hotel, displaying the kind of comic timing and lithe physicality he’s rarely able to show off when he’s playing big baddies like Lord Voldemort.
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Plenty of twists and turns abound, unfolding under Fincher’s perfectionist supervision with everyone looking plenty pretty thanks to the cinematography of Jeff Cronenweth, who shot Fincher’s “Fight Club””The Social Network” and “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”