It was just last month we saw Idris Elba take on the role of Nelson Mandela, but already another anti-apartheid candidate has arisen in Terrence Howard. He plays a for some reason much-smilier Mandela in Winnie Mandela, a biopic that, as its title implies, shifts the focus to the leader's similarly politically-inclined wife. She's played by Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson in the film, which comes from Darrell Roodt--a South African director who previously dealt with racial relations with the James Earl Jones-Richard Harris film Cry, the Beloved Country, and of course with Dracula 3000, when he united Casper Van Dien and Coolio in the close quarters a spaceship, to fight Dracula. Here's the trailer.
Following the growl-shouts of Liam Neeson and Nicolas Cage, Hugh Jackman is finally getting into the increasingly-popular vigilante dad business with Prisoners.
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Murder! Vengeance! Colin Farrell's usual worried glares! All here in this trailer for Dead Man Down, the English-language debut of original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo director Niels Arden Oplev. The film re-teams him with star Noomi Rapace, who plays a woman scarred with a sor... / Continue →
The first trailer for the Farrelly Brothers' The Three Stooges is here, and to its credit, it does seem to capture the spirit and mannerisms of the original crew about as well as you could hope for. Unfortunately, it also injects the Stooges with supplemental iPhone gags and Sn... / Continue →