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We have a release date for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s sequel (but it’s more of a prequel) to Sin City will open in 3D on October 4, 2013. Mickey Rourke will return to play Marv and Jessica Alba will reprise her role as Nancy Callahan. Rodriguez and Miller co-wrote the screenplay with Oscar-winning screenwriter Willliam Monahan (The Departed). Here is a synopsis via Amazon.
Everyone loves movie trailers; we can’t get enough of them here in The City of Films. It’s an art form that stands alone from the film itself and has a remarkable power to move us. Trailers can give us chills, laughs, goose bumps and some even anger us. We can’t always post them all, so here’s where we play catch up; watch More Trailers:
Release Date: August 12, 2011
Synopsis: A documentary on Brazilian Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna, who won the F1 world championship three times before his death at age 34.
Robert Rodriguez is a talented filmmaker, and just when you think he’s returning to the mature side of his movie making abilities (Sin City, Planet Terror,Machete), he gives another go at making movies for his kids. So here we have the trailer for Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, the fourth installment in the series of colorful and harmless movies aimed at kids, but really could be fun for anyone I imagine. Ricky Gervais voices a robot dog, that’s something right?
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World hits on August 19, here’s the trailer that might get taken down by The Weinstein Company at any moment. (more…)
- A sequel to Piranha 3-D is happening. Good, we need to make sure Elisabeth Shue eats. [EW]
- A Google movie is happening now, now we just need a IMDB movie and the trifecta of crap is complete. [NIF]
- J.J. Abrams is making a 7-minutes in Heaven movie. It sounds good don’t worry; two teens at a party play 7 Minutes in Heaven, and when they emerge from the closet, everyone else in the house is dead. They clearly stole this idea from my sweet sixteen. [NME]
- Jessica Alba to Star in Spy Kids 4. Whoa slow down egg head; there was a 2nd one? [comingsoon]
- 30 Unexpected Movie Deaths, with videos! [totalfilm]
- Special DVD features revealed for Pixar’s Toy Story 3 and Mater’s Tall Tales. Bought. [/Film]
- Conan O’Brien is releasing two albums, I don’t know where to go with that. [LATimes]
The Killer Inside Me, due on VOD and in theaters on June 18th has a new poster and trailer. I recommend you check them out and if you didn’t see the UK trailer before – here it is in all its glory. The official synopsis goes:
Based on the classic novel by legendary pulp writer Jim Thompson, THE KILLER INSIDE ME tells the story of handsome, unassuming small town sheriff’s deputy Lou Ford (Casey Affleck). A quiet charmer of his idyllic West Texas town, Ford has a simple life and a pretty girl (Kate Hudson) to come home to. But when the job brings him face to face with a gorgeous prostitute (Jessica Alba) on the edge of town, Ford’s fragile world cracks – unbridling his own dark urges. In THE KILLER INSIDE ME’S blacker–than–noir universe, nothing is ever what it seems. (more…)
Icon Pictures has released the official trailer for The Killer Inside Me, and it looks like a very dark little movie. Reminds me a lot of No Country For Old Men, maybe it’s the hats. The film has gained a reputation for its brutal violence against women and the lead performance by Casey Affleck. The film was directed by Michaal Winterbottom (24 Hours Party People) and has a very strong cast of actors that includes Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, Ned Beatty, and Elias Koteas.
The Killer Inside me tells the story of handsome, charming, unassuming small town sheriff’s deputy named Lou Ford (Casey Affleck). The film takes place in an idyllic West Texas town in the early 1950’s. As a lifelong resident, Ford has difficulty juggling his long-term girlfriend Amy (Kate Hudson), the prostitute named Joyce (Jessica Alba) that he mistakenly falls for, and the sociopathic tendencies inside him. In Thompson’s savage, bleak, blacker than noir universe nothing is ever what it seems. The movie opens June 18th. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think. (more…)