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Ain't Them Bodies Saints was a Sundance hit that has recently found equal acclaim at Cannes, now we mere regulars back at home get a chance to experience a taste of it in this new trailer.
Tom Cruise loves to play spy, having turned Mission: Impossible into a major movie franchise and even dabbling in some secret agent romcommery with Knight & Day, he was all set to add a third piece of big screen espionage to his résumé with a headling role in Guy Ritchie's big screen remake of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
The big spy trifecta will have to wait now, as Cruise has reportedly dropped out of the remake to focus on the upcoming Mission: Impossible 5.
Remember Timecop? The film starring Jean Claude Van Damme about a time travelling cop with an amazing mullet? Well, it's the next, not-that-old film Hollywood have decided to remake.
Gipsy Danger has a few tricks up its sleeve in this new Pacific Rim banner - namely a gigantic saw blade - which it looks ready to use on the advancing Kaiju.
The new trailer for Disney and Gore Verbinski's film has surfaced with a look at The Lone Ranger. In the trailer we find John Reid (Armie Hammer) is the lone survivor of an attack, who has been saved by his soon-to-be sidekick Tonto (Johnny Depp). When the pair unite against injustice, action and adventure ensues.
Paul Thomas Anderson's follow-up to last year's critically divisive The Master is gathering up a rather diverse ensemble cast, his first since Magnolia's star-studded medley of interconnected characters. Inherent Vice – based on the Thomas Pynchon novel of the same name – follows a pot-smoking private investigator (played by Joaquin Phoenix) as he investigates an alleged kidnapping of an ex-girlfriend.
It's been a big week for set-photos – with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and X-Men: Days of Future Past leaking online – now it's Captain America's turn. The sequel sees the Captain (Chris Evans) team up with Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) to track down the despicable Bucky Barnes a.k.a. The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Shan) in present day Washington, D.C.
Bong Joon-ho, the Korean filmmaker behind The Host and Mother, is bringing his next film, Snowpiercer to the English-language masses.