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'And So It Goes' Theatrical Trailer 2014 Castle Rock Entertainment
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After his star-making turn as Jackie Robinson in last spring s baseball biopic, 42, Chadwick Boseman looks to have hit another home run with his immersive performance as James Brown in Get on Up. If the trailer serves as a true sign for what s coming to theaters this summer, Boseman might very well have an Oscar nomination to look forward to as he transforms himself into the Godfather of Soul. The trailer shows us that Get on Up covers quite a bit of the remarkable life story of James Brown. The very first scene shows young James with his Aunt Honey (Octavia Spencer), the relative who raised the future superstar after his no account fool mother Susie (Viola Davis) abandoned him and moved to New York.
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The stage is set for the epic (as in planet-changing epic) war between humans and apes in the full trailer for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the sequel to 2011 s solid franchise reboot, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. As you can see in the trailer, Dawn is a very different creature than its lab thriller predecessor (which banked a tidy $481 million worldwide), as director Matt Reeves brings the same kind of melancholy, moody tone to this postapocalyptic tale that he brought to his underappreciated vampire fable, Let Me In. \'Home. Future,\' muses Caesar the chimpanzee (Andy Serkis), seemingly living a solitary and peaceful life in the woodlands surrounding San Francisco with his ape brethren. The leader, played by Jason Clarke, insists, \'We don t mean any harm!\' despite the fact that he and his companions are wielding rifles. Familiar San Francisco landmarks are now reduced to rubble and scattered survivors (including ape-hating Gary Oldman) trying to hold on to something resembling law and order.
Legendary crime novelist Elmore Leonard who died last year at the age of 87 was always something of a mystery to Hollywood: Though his books were full of icy-cool characters, ingeniously detailed dialogue, and loopy capers, filmmakers couldn t always figure out how to translate his work to the big screen; Based on the 1978 novel The Switch, it stars Jennifer Aniston (who was already in a very different movie called The Switch) as Mickey Dawson, the wife of a wealthy philanderer (Tim Robbins) who s kidnapped by charismatic criminals Ordell Robbie (Yasiin Bey, better known as Mos Def) and Louis Gara (John Hawkes).
Basin City, the metropolis imagined by Frank Miller in his graphic novels and brought to the screen in 2005 sSin City and its new sequel A Dame to Kill For (in theaters Friday), is a treacherous urban landscape populated by cold-blooded killers and gun-wielding strippers. It is a terrifying, terrifying place even more so than Hollywood. Josh Brolin, Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Eva Green all play characters who call Sin City home inA Dame to Kill For, but we wondered how they think they d personally fare in its cutthroat culture. You can see their answers in the video above.
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'The Purge: Anarchy' Teaser 2014 Universal Pictures
Playing the Black Widow in Iron Man 2 and Captain America: Winter Soldier, audiences saw Scarlett Johansson put on some fine displays of acrobatic combat but still playing second fiddle to Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans. In Luc Besson s new thriller Lucy, we (finally) get to see ScarJo take assume the role of lead butt-kicker. Johansson plays a woman forced into drug muling for the mob when an experimental narcotic implanted into her body starts to leak, she s transformed into a superhuman with off-the-chart physical and mental capacities. (Think the 2011 Bradley Cooper movieLimitless, but reshaped as a vengeance tale with much, much more action.)
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