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First Image of Henry Cavill as The Man of Steel
It won’t hit screens until 2013, but here’s your first sneak peek at Henry Cavill as the Man Of Steel, in Zack Snyder’s new take on Superman. It’s immediately apparent that the primary colours of the costume have been slightly toned down, and that this is one Kryptonian not afraid of getting his hands dirty. But some things don’t change; he’s clearly still capable of crumpling a bank vault up like a normal man crumples unwanted sheets of paper.The film also stars Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as the Kent parents, Julia Ormond and Russell Crowe as his Kryptonian parents, Michael Shannon as fellow Kryptonian General Zod and Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, editor of the Daily Planet. Harry Lennix, Antje Traue and Christopher Meloni also star.Christopher Nolan is producing, as well as having worked on the story with David S. Goyer, who then wrote the script. We can expect to see the finished piece on or around June 14, 2013 – so expect a steady trickle of news from now until then.
New Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy Trailer
I don’t want to overcook this one, but Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy looks absolutely bloody amazing. After the stunning posters that have hit the net recently and the initial teaser trailer back in late June, the excitements just to much.Featuring more footage of more of the cast, we see plenty of Tom Hardy’s Ricki Tarr and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Peter Guillam, as well as – of course – Gary Oldman’s George Smiley. The nervousness about the film not being able to match the original TV series’ quality has all but evaporated now – the only worry being whether they’ll be able to cram on all of John le Carré’s plotstrands in just one movie. That, of course, still waits to be seen, but after watching this new trailer (again) we’re increasingly enthusiastic about its upcoming release in September. Who knows, maybe this will be one to get Oldman his Oscar – it seems so unfair that it still says “Gary Oldman, BAFTA winner” in his trailers… Anyway, check out the video below and when you’re done, let us know your thoughts on the adaption of the Spy classic in the comment box below. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is out September 16.
Anne Hathaway as Catwoman
Here’s some exciting news for you: we have an official image of Anne Hathaway as Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises, and she looks good.Sure, the goggles look slightly… unusual, but In Nolan We Trust. Okay, they’re not so much goggles as high-tech sunnies, but it’s definitely intriguing. But not as intriguing as the fact that she’s riding the Batpod… Any guesses as to why, readers? Otherwise we might just have to wait to watch the film come July next year, and that seems an impossibly long way away…It’s encouraging to see Hathaway in leathers (for a number of reasons) but without the kitch helmet you traditionally associate with the likes of Halle Berry’s interpretation of the much-loved comic book character.
The Sitter Trailer
Would you let Jonah Hill take care of your children? Okay, you might as he’s a very nice man, but what if it weren’t Jonah himself, but really his character Noah, a slacker college burnout who finds a chance to make some easy cash by looking after a group of annoying ankle-biters in The Sitter. You can watch the red band trailer below, but be warned: naughty words can be heard and some scenes of a sexual nature abound. Oh, and there are kids swearing.The film will arrive across the pond on December 9, followed by a January 27, 2012 release date over here.
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Bronson director Nicolas Winding Refn’s scorching new thriller Drive, you don’t have to wait much longer as it finally gets here next month. But to keep your anticipation levels in the red zone, we’re happy to present the new trailer, which you can watch below.Ryan Gosling stars as a Hollywood stunt driver, a man who prefers to live by his own rules and moonlights as one of the best getaway drivers-for-hire in the criminal world. But when he’s called in to do a job for the husband of his beautiful neighbour Irene (Carey Mulligan), he suddenly finds himself the target of some very dangerous men. Soon, to keep Irene and her son alive, he’ll need to use all his skills…Drive pulls into cinemas on September 23.
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