Ruben Fleischer’s Gangster Squad has a new international trailer this week, giving us a couple more seconds of footage from the Zombieland-director's upcoming crime drama.
Christopher Nolan, you say? Actually, this isn’t about The Dark Knight Rises this time. We have news of his next project, an original idea that is set to star Michael Caine.
The Dark Knight Rises has a lot of trailers but the latest may be the best example of making this movie feel like an event, a moment in pop culture history.
After the success of his feature directorial debut with the dramatic thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene earlier this year, director Sean Durkin has been tapped to helm a biopic of the famed rock icon Janis Joplin, Deadline have reported this week.
The Hobbit's new poster gives us a comprehensive overview of Bilbo Baggins' eventful little adventure.
Darren Aronofsky created a modern classic with Black Swan. The film won Natalie Portman a deserved Oscar for her portrayal of ballerina Nina and how her performance as the Swan Queen triggers her psychological decline.
Detachment sees the first Tony Kaye film reach cinemas since the director’s acclaimed 1998 debut American History X. As many as three other feature films by Kaye have languished in studio limbo for various legal reasons, so that audiences finally get to see a follow-up is no small feat. As that long-awaited official second effort, Detachment doesn’t disappoint. This crushingly stark tribute to educators speaks of the struggles faced, on a daily basis, by a society that all the while, refuses to acknowledge the universality of the very hopelessness Detachment depicts.
In Your Hands serves up a juicy French-language role for the phenomenal superactress Kristen Scott Thomas.
"The Legend Ends" says the marketing for The Dark Knight Rises, so to celebrate the conclusion of Christopher Nolan's superb trilogy, we at LITM are bringing you a whole Batcave's worth of features on the caped crusader and his fight against Gotham's underworld...
“Riddle me this, riddle me that, who’s afraid of the big, black bat?”
I used to remember the run up to summer cinema being something I found extremely exciting.
The next big Hollywood blockbuster (or four) was due for release and, in my state of child-like wonder, I couldn't wait to be blown away by a special effects-laden spectacle that was low on intellect but high in action.
Unfortunately, there has been a change a-comin' and I now find myself no longer excited at the prospect of the blockbuster season - The Dark Knight Rises apart.
Have I grown out of this? Doubtless. I still love mindless action films. Are the tentpole releases no longer inspiring? Probably. More importantly, am I the only one to feel this way?