March 2012 Archives
The Dark Knight Rises trailer has gotten the lego makeover. Don't miss the lego version of Christopher Nolan's trailer for the final Batman movie.
Weekend Movie Preview: March 30, 2012
Three new big films arrive this weekend, trying to knock off The Hunger Games from atop the box office charts. Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror have the best chance.
Safe TV Spot: Jason Statham Breaks a Trachea!
In a new clip from Safe, Jason Statham finds out you can break someone's trachea! The new action flick finds Statham protecting a young Chinese girl from the mafia.
Mirror Mirror vs. Huntsman: Which Snow White Film is Fairest?
Mirror Mirror is in theaters now and has launched the first volley in the battle of Snow White movies. Arriving June 1 is Snow White and the Huntsman and we want to know: Which one captures your fancy?
The Three Stooges Trailer: Suffer from Stoogation?
The latest trailer for The Three Stooges is essentially a parody commercial for a prescription drug. If you suffer from Stoogation, then Stoogesta is the pill for you.
The Avengers: Another International Trailer, New Scenes
The latest international trailer for The Avengers gives us more Loki. We also get another look at that great "We have a Hulk" speech by Robert Downey Jr.
Goon Movie Review: Hockey Hilarity with a Huge Heart
Goon is the best hockey movie we've seen since Paul Newman wielded a stick in Slap Shot. Seann William Scott shoots and scores as a minor league hockey enforcer with a heart of gold.
Twins Sequel, Triplets, Snags Eddie Murphy
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito are back in a Twins sequel. The film will be called Triplets and the third comic actor will be Eddie Murphy!
Step Up Revolution Trailer: Four Times the Dance Dominance
Step Up Revolution, once known as Step Up 4, has released its next trailer. The film lands July 27 and shifts the Step Up action to Miami.
Mirror Mirror Movie Review: Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Mirror Mirror is a Snow White story unlike any you have ever seen. Lily Collins stars as the legendary icon, while Julia Roberts steals scenes as the Evil Queen.