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Generally when a group puts on a live read, they pick a script of reverence. An Oscar-winner like The Usual Suspects, a classic comedy like Groundhog Day or Ghostbusters, maybe a stage masterpiece like Glengarry Glen Ross. When Funny or Die does it, they go a little out of the box. They do Space Jam. Michael […]
- Germain Lussier
In the past few years, time loop movies have been making a slight comeback in mainstream Hollywood. The genre is one rarely ventured into, with good reason, but the quality we’ve seen recently has been spectacular. So with baited breath, and fingers cross, I am wholeheartedly looking forward to Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow this summer.
Blunt has been rising through the ranks over the years, making huge strides across a slew of genres with movies like The Adjustment Bureau, Your Sister’s Sister, and Looper, not to mention Disney’s upcoming Into the Woods. She traverses independent and blockbuster movies like few are capable of, and seeing her return to blockbuster territory here is what’s got »
- Kenji Lloyd
The weekend saw the MTV Movie Awards take place, and it’s the perfect time for the big studios to really push their summer tentpoles forward. We’ve no less than 5 brand new TV spots, including the first ones for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Hercules. The trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gives us our first (from behind) look at Splinter and shows off some new footage not seen in the trailer. The film reboots the franchise that has seen varying degrees of popularity over the years.
The second Hercules film of the year also gets a TV spot, and it’s looking far superior to the Kellan Lutz bomb. The next installment in the Transformers franchise, Transformers: Age Of Extinction also made an appearance, suggesting that this could be a very Michael Bay summer since he’s also producer Tmnt. Tom Cruise goes all Groundhog Day in a »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Tonight, during the MTV Movie Awards, Hollywood’s biggest studios took the opportunity to hype up audiences for some of the summer’s biggest releases. Over the course of the evening, we saw new TV spots for blockbusters like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Edge of Tomorrow, Transformers: Age of Extinction and many more.
Honestly, I can’t say that I’m terribly excited for this summer’s offerings, especially when you look at what 2015 has in store for us. If there is one film I’m eager to see though, it’s Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways To Die In The West. As demonstrated in the new TV spot released tonight, it just looks so damn funny. The director hit it out of the park a few years ago with Ted, and I have no doubt that he’ll see similar success with his follow-up.
In regards to the other stuff, »
- Matt Joseph
There were just too many new trailers that premiered during the 2014 MTV Movie Awards to do a single post for each of them so for these next three I'm going with a compiliation post. First up is a new trailer for Doug Liman's Edge of Tomorrow (WB; 6/6) starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt in a sci-fi version of Groundhog Day. Here's the new trailer followed by the synopsis. sb id="913685" height="281" width="500" Lt. Col. Bill Cage (Cruise) is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously demoted and then dropped into combat. Cage is killed within minutes, managing to take an alpha alien down with him. But he awakens back at the beginning of the same day and is forced to fight and die again... and again - as physical contact with the alien has thrown him into a time loop. Next is »
- Brad Brevet
More than a few recognizable titles in today's MPAA bulletin beginning with a Cannes Film Festival hopeful in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Birdman starring Michael Keaton and Edward Norton. Fox Searchlight will distribute the pic, and I'm sure they're hoping for a good showing in the South of France before they set an official release date on what won't be your typical superhero-esque movie. Next is Tom Cruise's Edge of Tomorrow co-starring Emily Blunt as the sci-fi version of Groundhog Day receives a PG-13 ratings as does Warner Bros.'s Godzilla remake. No surprise on either front. And from mutant monsters to medieval dragons, Dreamworks' How to Train Your Dragon 2 scored a PG rating as did Radius' food documentary Fed Up. I've included the complete bulletin below. 14 Blades Rated R For violence and bloody images. And So It Goes Rated PG-13 For some sexual references and drug elements. Automata Rated R For violence, »
- Brad Brevet
Trailer Simon Brew 4 Apr 2014 - 06:56
Two times so far have Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore appeared together on screen, and two times the result has been box office gold. 50 First Dates, their most recent, still feels a bit like a half-baked Groundhog Day. Yet The Wedding Singer recalls a time when Sandler seemed to work a lot harder at coming up with his comedy. It remains one of his best films.
Sandler and Barrymore are now uniting for a third time for this summer's Blended, which arrives in UK cinemas on May 23rd. Promisingly, Sandler hasn't been involved with the script for this one.
A new trailer for Blended has just landed, which gives you a better flavour of what's coming. Hopefully, this'll be a good sight better than Sandler's last three or four films. »
The horror film Haunter is not an origin story of that gaseous purple Pokemon but another take on the haunted house trope. Lisa (Abigail Breslin, reprising the role of emo teen that she started in August: Osage County) finds herself trapped in a Groundhog Day nightmare, reliving the same dreary 1980s Sunday whilst being the only one of her family to even notice that they’re trapped in a time loop. In fact, she’s so hyper-conscious of the daily repetitions that she becomes alarmed when certain things become altered.
- John Keith
The ghost of a serial killer inhabits Abigail Breslin in this supernatural nail-biter, but it's too derivative
Abigail Breslin takes the lead in this serviceable supernatural horror thriller as 15-year-old Lisa, the only one aware that she and her family are trapped in a monotonous Groundhog Day of missing laundry, macaroni cheese and Murder She Wrote. After realising there's a ghost in the house, or rather quite a few, she sets about solving the mystery of her family's time loop, and ends up taking on the evil spirit of a serial killer who once lived there. He is the Haunter (an unnerving Stephen McHattie), who can possess the living. But who is living and who is dead? Director Vincenzo Natali (Cube, Splice) explores some intriguing ideas but the pace lags, and the film itself becomes inhabited by the presence of The Amityville Horror, The Shining and The Others, to name a few. »
- Dee Rudebeck
We posted a couple of days ago a story of Ivan Reitman addressing the rumours surrounding Ghostbusters III, particularly after the sad passing of Harold Ramis. He mentioned in that interview some of the proposed plot ideas and now in while talking to CraveOnline, the Groundhog Day director talked more about the movie.
So, if they're not calling it Ghostbuters III, does that mean the movie is a reboot? "It's not a reboot," Reitman said. "It just lives in a world where the first two movies did occur and those characters were there and at least some of them will be in this film, but it’s really a different story."
- Luke Owen
He does weddings too! Bill Murray treated patrons at the Murray Bros. Caddyshack Restaurant in St. Augustine, Florida to a 45 -minute set featuring rock anthems such as The Animals’ arrangement of “House of the Rising Sun” and Van Morrison's “Gloria,” according to TMZ. The restaurant is a homage to the classic Murray comedy “Caddyshack” and was launched by the actor and his brothers in 2001. Also read: Harold Ramis and Bill Murray: Inside The ‘Groundhog Day’ Duo's Decade-Long Feud The gossip site's cameras were on hand to capture Murray as he tore into the rock covers. It's not the first time the. »
- Brent Lang
Nothing like a good trailer to get people excited… or wary. I tend to not form my opinions of a movie until I’ve seen the whole thing; nevertheless, theme music combined with new footage and crazy taglines seem to be good indicators of how well a film will be received—as well as what audience it’s aiming for.
Having recently finished Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s novel All You Need Is Kill, my excitement for this adaptation has been kickstarted, especially because it seems to keep the tone and spirit of the book intact despite the change of setting and nature of the protagonist (Tom Cruise is a good actor, but I don’t think he could pull off an 18 year old Japanese kid). I advise that those who believe Edge Of Tomorrow to be a “Sci-Fi Groundhog Day” read the book it’s based on, because »
- Holly Interlandi
If you’re a fan of Groundhog Day and would like to see a similar concept with a sci-fi twist, then definitely watch this 2nd trailer for the Tom Cruise starring Edge of Tomorrow. Groundhog Day similarities aside, this looks like an insanely awesome idea and I don’t know about you, but I’m already sold, will […]
"I'm gonna tell you a story..." So begins the latest trailer for "Edge of Tomorrow," the upcoming action spin on the "Groundhog Day" time loop-formula starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. As a soldier engaged in a future war with a relentless enemy, Cruise finds himself repeating the same terrifying, carnage-filled day over and over again, until a fellow soldier (Blunt) helps him figure a way out of the temporal Moebius strip -- and perhaps destroy the enemy in the process. The new trailer features a lot of the same footage seen in the first preview, but expands a bit on the time-bending shenanigans, and allows Blunt to shoot Cruise in the head in order to "re-set" the day once again. And those mecha-armor suits just look awesome. Watch it here: Directed by Doug Liman ("The Bourne Identity") and based on the Japanese novel "All You Need Is Kill" (which »
- Dave Lewis
Tom Cruise is here to kick butt and take names - this time with Emily Blunt at his side. The trailer for the stars' new action film Edge of Tomorrow (previously titled All You Need Is Kill) is out, and it's got a lot of heavy machinery, including Cruise himself. The actor is outfitted in what looks like a combination of a Transformers suit and that crazy brace Matt Damon wears in Elysium. He and Blunt play soldiers caught in the middle of a time loop. Every time they die in the midst of some epic future-style battle, they just wake up and have to live it all over again. It's like Groundhog Day but more painful. There's a lot going on here: aliens, explosions, and romance? We'll see if they can fit it all in gracefully. I'm always up for seeing Cruise bring the action; I just hope there's »
- Maggie Pehanick
It’s a real shame that no one has thought to craft a trailer for Doug Liman‘s Edge of Tomorrow set to the all-soaring, all-twirling charms of Steve Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen.” Perhaps this latest trailer for the Tom Cruise-starring future-set actioner will provide the mash-up geeks out there with more material for such a dreamy scenario, but for now, we’re stuck with the clanging sounds and cool kid techno tones of one hell of a weird future. In the film — previously titled All You Need Is Kill, lest you get confused about why a film about deja vu sounds so weirdly familiar, though with the wrong title — Cruise stars as “not a soldier” Lt. Col. Bill Cage (not a soldier? weird about that military rank then), a man who gets trapped in time loop that keeps bringing him back to the same day. It’s like Groundhog Day, but »
- Kate Erbland
Trailer Ryan Lambie 25 Mar 2014 - 17:57
Commonly described as a sci-fi action take on Groundhog Day, Edge Of Tomorrow - based on the Japanese novel All You Need Is Kill - is due out in May. About future soldier forced to live through the same battle over and over again, it stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, while The Bourne Identity's Doug Liman directs.
Although the movie has a lot of competition in multiplexes this year, the trailer below certainly has us interested - there are some intriguing-looking creatures and futuristic weapon designs, and it's good to see Emily Blunt fight alongside Cruise rather than serve as a starry-eyed love interest. See what you make of it:
Edge Of Tomorrow is out in UK cinemas on the 30th May.
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It's that wonderful time of the year, where we still have a few months before Summer Movie Season is in full swing, and studios are anxious to inform potential audiences about what's coming. For us movie buffs, this means oodles of new trailers to drool over. Last week, saw a ton, and we've already seen a couple this week as well (with more on the way), including Warner Bros. latest trailer for Edge of Tomorrow, which sees Tom Cruise die over and over again to help stop an alien invasion.
I wasn't too thrilled by the first trailer for Edge of Tomorrow. Something about it just didn't appeal to me, and I found myself struggling to be excited. Today's new trailer, however, has finally caught my attention by paying more attention to the sci-fi setting of the film and the action sequences. Obviously the big story point here is that »
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"How many times have we been here?" The full trailer for Doug Liman.s Edge of Tomorrow just dropped, and it is filled to the brim with all kinds of awesomeness. Beyond our wholly scientific assessment, I think you.ll find an engaging, visceral, terrifying an stimulating science-fiction extravaganza waiting in the trailer up above (shared via YouTube). Click. Play. Enjoy! What do we know about Edge of Tomorrow, beyond the fact that it stars Tom Cruise (still one of largest stars on the planet) and Emily Blunt? Written by Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth and John-Henry Butterworth, the twisty film casts Cruise as a man who.s forced to relive the same day over and over, waking up every time he dies. But he isn.t watching the annual Groundhog Day celebration! He.s engaged in a lethal, futuristic battle that threatens to wipe out civilization. Still, it does remind »
Tom Cruise is a bad soldier. But thanks to training from Emily Blunt, he’s gonna learn to be a really good fighter. Of course, it helps that he’s stuck in a kind of “Groundhog Day” time loop where he keeps reliving the same day over and over again. That’s actually the major plot twist in the original book that Doug Liman’s “Edge of Tomorrow” is based on, but apparently it’s being used as the film’s major selling point. I think it kinda works, so I don’t blame them. Check out the latest trailer for “Edge of Tomorrow” below. Emily Blunt has never looked more badass. I mean, look at that giant sword. Damn. That’s giant. Major William Cage (Cruise) is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously dropped into what amounts to a suicide mission. »
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