The Twelfth Doctor will come to our screens on the 23rd of August at 8pm.
Maybe it’s Bryan Cranston, or because I love the feel of it so far, but I’m really excited about this Godzilla movie.
I spotted this before The Hobbit last night, and quite enjoyed it. It’s been out a while, but if you haven’t seen it yet:
The very first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has now landed. The 2014 film is adapted from the classic comics arc, and sees director Bryan Singer returning to the series.
The film is out next spring, and the first preview stills and trailer have just been dropped. Consider us excited.
The trailer sees Cap living in a world where the government is doing something dark and questionable. Huh.
He also appears to be a fully fledged SHIELD agent. The film takes a lot from the ‘Winter Soldier’ storyline in the comics, where Cap fights an unexpected enemy – an enemy he has met before he was frozen…
Hot on the heels of the first poster for the second part of Peter Jackon’s Hobbit trilogy comes the trailer for The Desolation of Smaug. This two minute trailer gives us all a first look at some important characters. We have Lee Pace as Thranduil, the father of Legolas and the Eleven King, doing something other than riding an elk. We have Evangeline Lily as Tauriel, a female elf who has been added into the film and has already been stirring up controversy, with fans fearing that she may be inserted purely to add in some romance. The trailer shows her firmly as a fighter but offers no clues on her actual character. And the trailer ends with a shot of the titular dragon himself, with Freeman’s Bilbo Baggins facing up to the terror that is Cumberbatch’s Smaug…
Well, I’m excited.
eOne Momentum will release ROBOT & FRANK in cinemas across the UK & Ireland on March 8, 2013. Directed by Jake Schreier, ROBOT & FRANK stars Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, James Marsden and Liv Tyler, with ‘Robot’ voiced by Peter Sarsgaard.
ROBOT & FRANK is a buddy caper. Set in the near future, aging curmudgeon and retired jewel thief Frank (Frank Langella) lives a solitary life until his son (James Marsden) installs a caretaker robot; against he and his daughter’s (Liv Tyler) wishes. The robot upends Frank’s lonely life – filled only with books and a visit to his favourite librarian (Susan Sarandon) – with a strict regimen of exercise, diet and gardening. Stubborn at first, Frank soon realises Robot hasthe ability to pull off the most calculated of heists. An unlikely friendship, and crime duo, is born.
ROBOT & FRANK received its World Premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival where it was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan prize, an award given to a feature film that focuses on science or technology as a theme. It also screened at this year’s London Film Festival.
WINNER 2012 Sundance Film Festival – Alfred P. Sloan Prize
And for good measure, here’s a little bonus clip…
The second, extended trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
And it’s a million times better than the first, truth be told!
It’s out. And it’s been given a release date.
The first of the twelve-minute episodes will air soon - November 9, 2012 on Machinima.com and will also air as a movie in early 2013 on Syfy.
For information on the upcoming digital series starring Britain’s Luke Pasqualino of Skins fame, check out Wikipedia.
This magnificent piece of trailer craftsmanship may be over half a decade old, now, but it’s still a brilliant tribute to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.