This week in movie trailers brings more of Liam Neeson in “Taken 2,” Jessica Biel in a “Silent Hill”-esque horror flick and Jesse Eisenberg getting kidnapped by drug dealers. Plus, Lucy Liu reconnects with Quentin Tarantino in a kung-fu film.
Also, get a sneak peak of Tom Hanks‘ animated project released by Yahoo!
Quentin Tarantino has 'Django Unchained' due out December and now Universal has put out a trailer for his next film, a kung-fu-inspired action adventure starring Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu in which Crowe teams up with 19th century China warriors to take down a clan traitor with, you guessed it, iron fists.
After three years on MTV, Travis Pastrana and his group of bike-riding stuntmen are heading to theatres to turn their half-hour spectacle into a full-length raucous film. Think one of the former 'Jackass' movies and you have the main concept. It's also in 3D.
Two weeks ago, we brought you the sequel trailer to Liam Neeson's action-packed 'Taken.' Now, there's a shorter international trailer which offers much of the same in a shorter sequence. (Also, not to be confused by the trailer, the international release date is October 3.)
Here's an exclusive clip of the thriller that connects a group of people through their relationships. Similar to a six-degrees of separation bit, '360' stars Rachel Weisz, Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law. The film was released on video on demand June 29th.
Jesse Eisenberg stars as the son of a drug addict (Melissa Leo). He gets gets kidnapped by her drug dealer (Tracy Morgan) and adventure ensues. Sound familiar? The film feels much like last summer's '30 Minutes or Less' (also featuring Eisenberg).
OK. This isn't a film trailer; however, it's a first look at Tom Hank's Yahoo! collaboration. The animated project shows a future dystopian after the end of the world. Each segment will be 5-7 minutes long, with the entire series appearing online in the course of three days.
'What would you do if the one you love became a stranger in an instant?' That's the question 'The Loneliest Planet' poses after a couple (played by Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg) goes backpacking through the country of Georgia and something happens to the girlfriend. The murmured voice over in the trailer makes the edit difficult to watch.
Dreamworks' next big cartoon project follows childhood mascots--Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, Sandman and Jack Frost--gathering to stop a villain from inciting fear in children. Sounds … childish, but looks like it could be a solid follow-up to 'How to Train Your Dragon.'
Earlier this week, amid divorce news and being crowned Forbes' highest-grossing actor, Paramount released the trailer for Tom Cruise's next film. 'Jack Reacher' stars Cruise as the titular character, serving his own brand of justice. Many fans are up in arms over whether the actor is the right man to play the 6'5' blonde-haired, blue-eyed ex-military killing machine.
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