Kate Winslet and Soairse Ronan in the same movie and as lovers! Take my money!
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“From the director of ‘R.I.P.D.’ and the writer of ‘Batman and Robin’ comes the next installment of Y.A. tropes and SAT words sold to teenagers who have already outgrown the genre.”
Make sure you take a breathe or two before clicking play below. The first and red band trailer for John Hillcoat’s Triple 9 has been released and holy s**t it’s just awesome. The crime thriller that has an insanely talented cast gives us everything we want, and then some. The […]
The fall movie season is here, finally. What does that mean? It means we’ll be getting handfuls of hard-hitting dramas and award-pushing films for the next few months. One of those, which might just be right at the top of the list, is the Aaron Sorkin penned and […]
Universal Pictures has just released a brand new trailer for Danny Boyle (director), Aaron Sorkin (writer), Michael Fassbender’s (lead) Steve Jobs. We’ve seen quite a bit of footage on the film so far, but none quite like what the following trailer consists of. It goes deeper into the narrative more than […]
When we got our first glimpse at the Steve Jobs biopic that was written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, it gave us a slight look into the innovated imagination of Mr. Steve Jobs. Now a second trailer has been put out and unlike the first, it almost paints […]
So far, all we’ve seen are on set photos of Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, rightfully titled Steve Jobs. But that has all changed as an short teaser has been released for the film, giving us just a slight glimpse into this highly looked forward to project.
If you’ve been following me or seen any of my posts on Insurgent, you know that I am in no way, shape, or form looking forward to the movie. I’ll admit that I was a bit surprised by Divergent, it wasn’t the big load of mess I thought it be. […]