The Tom Hooper-directed movie-musical dropped its second trailer, featuring a star-studded cast competing for a "new life." Right after it was released, things took a funny turn...Cats will premiere on December 20.
Ah, Titanic. A classic, romantic and heart-breaking movie that will go down in history as one of the most unforgettable films. But what if it was made with a very, very low budget? That's exactly what the guys over at Studio 188 wondered too. So they made it: a low cost version of Titanic. And it is (sorry James Cameron) way, way better than the original. Mostly because it had us crying tears of laughter for the whole 2:48 of the video. This will be the funniest thing you see all month. Guaranteed.
Shhh… Martin Scorsese is working. Oh, wait, he’s done.
The trailer for Scorsese's long-gestating passion project, Silence, is finally here, and people are pretty excited for this one. Based on the novel by Japanese author Shusaku Endo, the film follows two Portuguese priests in search of their lost mentor in Japan.
It should come as no surprise that people are already predicting Oscars because he’s one of our greatest living filmmakers and the cast is stuffed with some Hollywood favorites, like Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, and Liam Neeson.
It does look gorgeous. You know what, everybody, be quiet, we’re watching the trailer for Silence. I’ll let the trailer do the talking.
Author Lois Lowry's modern despotic tale written specifically for a younger audience takes place in a future where all the unpleasantries of life have been taken away; even color became a thing of the past. The story's main character is a boy chosen to become the Receiver of Memory -- the only person who can recall what life was like before all of these changes occurred. But as he begins this process, he realizes things aren't exactly as they seem and decides to take measures into his own hands for the sake of good.
Here's your first look at Sir Anthony Hopkins as the formidable director, whose fight to make Psycho is the premise of the film.
Also starring Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Huston, Toni Collette, and Jessica Biel, Hitchcock is in theaters November 23.
Johnny Depp is Native American spirit warrior Tonto, Armie Hammer is John Reid -- "a man of the law, a legend of justice" -- and Tom Wilkinson, William Fichtner, Barry Pepper, James Badge Dale, Ruth Wilson, and Helena Bonham Carter also star.
The Lone Ranger is out July 13, 2013.
Peter Jackson's return to Middle Earth stars Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, James Nesbitt, Stephen Hunter, Mark Hadlow, Graham McTavish, Dean Ogorman, Peter Hambleton, Aidan Turner, Jed Brophy, John Callen, Adam Brown, Ken Stott, William Kircher, Andy Serkis, and Richard Armitage.
In theaters in 3D December 14.
David Pogue, a tech writer for the New York Times, put together a marriage proposal that puts all others to shame. Pogue made a trailer of his relationship with his now soon-to-be-wife Nicky, and convinced a resort theater to play it as part of a movie night. A hidden camera captured every moment of Nicky's reaction.
Jack Kerouac's bestseller finally will make it to the big screen after years in development -- and a perfectly timed scandal from star Kristen Stewart.
On the Road, starring KStew, Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Kirsten Dunst, and Terrence Howard, hits theaters December 21.