Nearly ten years after the first ‘Sin City’ was released, directors Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez are back with a new trailer for the sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Weaving together two of Miller’s classic stories with new tales, the town’s most hardened citizens will cross paths with some of its more notorious criminals.
Back in December of last year, we mentioned that movie domains for the popular Naughty Dog game The Last of Us were registered by Sony. This gave way to speculation and anticipation for a movie adaptation of the survival game that won so many hearts last year. Well, speculate no longer, The Last of Us is indeed receiving a movie adaptation, but before you cringe in horror at all the game to silver screen films out there, you’ll be pleased to know that Naughty Dog is onboard and helping with the adaptation.
Rocksteady Studios, the same developers who brought us the award winning games Batman: Arkham series, returns to bring their third and final installment to with Batman: Arkham Knight, which will be set after the events of Arkham City.
Making a movie out of a video game is like balancing a scale. On one side, you must please your fans and offer enough fan service and faithfulness of the source material to make it appealing, while the other side involves gaining interest from your average moviegoer with some plot involving a Macguffin perhaps. While the task isn't easy for any studio to please both sides, Warner Bros. is betting on the successes of The Lego Movie to produce this next flick that will draw in the gaming crowd. Minecraft, the wildly popular PC game is making its way on to the big screens, and Warner Bros. will be the studio to make it happen.
Liked what you saw in Transformers: Age of Extinction teaser trailer? If you said yes, you're going to love this new trailer, especially that moment when Optimus punches Grimlock right in the face!
A return to the world of the Matrix? A new report from Latino Review claims that Warner Bros. and the Wachowski siblings are moving forward with a new trilogy for the series, “with early treatments and outlines already turned into the studio.”
It's no secret that Sony has been struggling at the box office the last few years. With films like After Earth, White House Down, and others performing poorly, it looks like they're looking to Spider-Man to save the day. Every year.
A couple months back, we saw a pretty awesome teaser trailer to Gareth Edwards' highly anticipated Godzilla, which stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, David Strathairn. Well, a new trailer is out, and it gives a lot more this time in terms of story and the monster's origin... as well as a couple other little subtle hints.