Thursday, January 24, 2013

NEW TRAILER FOR "STOKER" WITH NICOLE KIDMAN, MATTHEW GOODE! "OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN" WITH GERARD BUTLER, AARON ECKHART, ASHLEY JUDD & "THE HEAT" WITH SANDRA BULLOCK, MELISSA MCCARTHY

 We shall have a trailer day today, people, with three new clips to show. The first one is a new clip for STOKER, an unusual horror drama written by Wentworth Miller, which is ready to start its cinematic life in March starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney, Lucas Till and Alden Ehrenreich. After India's (Mia Wasikowska) father dies, her Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), who she never knew existed, comes to live with her and her unstable mother (Nicole Kidman). She comes to suspect this mysterious, charming man has ulterior motives and becomes increasingly infatuated with him.The film is also the first English language project of Asian helmer Chan-wook Park.
DID YOU KNOW? 
You shall watch magnetic Matthew Goode this year in CROOKED HOUSE too with Gemma Arterton, Julie Andrews and Gabriel Byrne, in a story about an engaged woman who holds off on marriage until the identity of the person who poisoned her grandfather is found! Nicole Kidman will be seen in period film THE RAILWAY MAN next to Collin Firth and in BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP next to Mark Strong


THE HEAT 2ND TRAILER
The second trailer for you today is a red band one for new comedy THE HEAT which will open up in cinemas this April. Directed by Paul Feig, the film will see Sandra Bullock play Sarah Ashburn, an uptight
FBI agent who must forge an unlikely partnership with no-nonsense Boston cop Shannon Mullins, played by hilarious Melissa McCarthy, to take down a ruthless drug lord.

OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN
In one of favourite American pastimes - general paranoia and seeing terrorists everywhere but in their own mirrors - we shall have not one 
but two films this year in which the infamous White House is under attack. The first one to drop a trailer is action thriller OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN which will open in cinemas this March starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Dylan McDermott and Morgan Freeman and divine Ashley Judd.  The Scottish hunkster Butler plays a disgraced Presidential guard who becomes the country's last hope when the Commander in Chief is kidnapped by a "ruthless gang of terrorists". Later on this summer you will watch pretty much the same thing in WHITE HOUSE DOWN but with Channing Tatum in the lead role.

41 comments:

  1. I'll watch most anything with my man gerard butler!

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  2. I will pass on the terrorist movies (I think there's enough fear, thanks) but I'll take that Sandra Bullock movie. That looks like fun :)

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  3. Wow, that's the best Nicole Kidman has looked in a long time.

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    1. yep, if you can live with the tones of botox in her face which has become pretty much unmovable...

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  4. I just love that they put Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy together in that movie. It's going to be hilarious.

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    1. they make a great duo, don't they? :)

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  5. Hello Dezmod ,OLYMPUS HAS FALLENI think that's one of the best films of the year 2013

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    1. can't say I agree, Vincent, but glad to see you enthusiastic :)

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  6. Whoa, Nicole looks psycho in that pic!!! OMG, I saw previews of The Heat and it looks absolutely hysterical. Melissa McCarthy freakin' rocks!!!

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  7. "She's a tight-assed federal agent." Haha!! That line was golden. This looks hilarious.

    I'd say Nicole Kidman starring as an unstable mother isn't much of a stretch for her :)

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    1. too true, Jane, we all remember how she let her kids stay with that crazy man Cruise after he kicked her out of his scientology palace....

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  8. Stoker looks...unsettling.
    The Heat looks like lots of silly fun.
    Olympus looks glossy but... meh.

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  9. I haven't seen anything with Aaron Eckhart since The Dark Knight. He's a great actor though, I really wished he was in more films.

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    1. I liked him in THANK YOU FOR SMOKING and in some romantic films like the amazing NO RESERVATIONS.

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  10. Sadly, I'm not too interested in any of these films. Oh, and you'll be happy to know that my nephew has convinced me to go and see Warm Bodies. He told me I have to like it because it looks funny and different. ;)

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    1. yay for the nephew... although I'd rather take him to RISE OF THE GUARDIANS or something than WARM BODIES...
      Hope your book is going on nicely....

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  11. I don't mind some White House shenanigans especially with Butler!

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    1. we do like shenanigans... maybe not the White House ones... but we do love shenanigans...

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  12. I really like the looks of Stoker. Yep. I will be seeing that one for sure.

    And....missed you! I have just been miserable! Its my new middle name :(

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    1. than it seems were are namesakes, Melanie! It seems the year so far has been pooping over the heads of everyone I know, myself included....

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    2. Hugs and kisses for us both!

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  13. Oh boy, I can't wait to see what piece of gold come out of Freeman's mouth in that movie. :P

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  14. Looking forward to The Heat. The chemistry between the two characters is perfect and they've got some pretty snappy one liners.

    I won't be back till sometime in February as things have been difficult and I'm severely depressed. I don't want my mood to have a bad effect on other people. I'll be okay in time so don't worry about me.

    Take care darling.

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    1. Oh, I was very worried about you, darling, and still am. I'm guessing what is going one, if you want to talk you know you can find me at Facebook. I will be thinking of you, Annzie.

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  15. Very cool blog. Interesting posts. ;)
    Nice atmosphere guests with you here on the blog. ;]
    Yours. Have a nice day. !

    Follow me on facebook fanpage and blog
    I'm very concerned about this, please. :)
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/In-another-light/413836138693856

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    1. thanks, Patsy! Glad you've noticed the nice atmosphere, we're trying to make it warm and inviting like in a cozy club :)

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  16. sorry i have been off the grid... great post!

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    1. you've been off the grid, yes, CIA and MI5 have informed me... you must share the secret of your cloaking device once....

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    2. flu... cannot tell you anymore. it's torture!

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    3. ah, flu.... so my penguin squads have managed to release the virus....... excellent.... one step closer to world domination.... /patshisminimeonthehead/

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  17. April cannot get here soon enough! I have tears running down my face from laughing so hard at the preview of The Heat. Sandra and Melissa make a great team.

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    1. it could be the birth of a new legendary tandem :)

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  18. If you didn't do these posts, I'd have no idea what's coming out and about these days.

    Thanks :-)

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  19. "In one of favourite American pastimes - general paranoia and seeing terrorists everywhere but in their own mirrors"

    Since your site is named The Hollywood Spy, I assume you know the business of Hollywood? Especially when it comes to action films? But that kind of near sighted comment kind of confuse me. I've worked in Hollywood for years and Hollywood did make films that featured domestic terrorists; Speed, The Rock, Broken Arrow, Face/Off, Arrington Road... are a few examples of films that featured domestic terrorists. But as you can see those films came out in the 90s and it was a trend to featured domestic bad guys back then. Now we're in a new decade so of course Hollywood will need to come up with something "fresh" for the villains in action films.

    I don't mean to insult you or anything but if you're someone who works in Hollywood or have worked there, then I expected some intelligent comments from a "Hollywood Spy" then just some ignorant comments like folks from the outside who knows nothing of how we work in the business.

    Now back to the film we're talking about, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN, it looks pretty bad and I predict it will tank at the box office big time.

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    1. dear Thomas, if anything here is ignorant, than it is your comment above. You have clearly read the post only superficially seeing in it what I didn't say.
      That particular sentence was focused on the American society in general, not on American films. It was a political statement, not one on films.

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