To see the newest trailer for Interstellar, you need to head to the movie’s official website, www.interstellarmovie.com and enter “7201969” (the date of the moon landing) into the prompt screen to gain access to the latest and greatest, so far, of the looks at Nolan’s secretive picture. Interstellar hits theaters in November.
I thought the tone for the first BotFA trailer set the perfect tone for what is going to be an epic and heartbreaking film. As with Lord of the Rings, Tolkien doesn’t do neat, happy endings and The Hobbit’s will be made all the more somber by what we know Bilbo is carrying back with him to The Shire. Warner Brothers today released five high-resolution images from the trailer that offer a closer look at Bilbo, Bard and the elves, Azog and the orc army and-of course-Smaug. I feel fairly confident Jackson will stick the landing with the final film, and I can’t wait to see it on December 17, 2014. Continue reading 5 Hi-Res Images from The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies Trailer→
The KT Community has spoken and downed out what would have been my two choices with a deciding mutant majority. The community has anointed X-Men Days of Future Past the best film of the first half of 2014. This was really only ever a two-horse race, though every film received some votes, Captain America The Winter Soldier was the only other film in the same zip code as Bryan Singer’s x-epic. Rounding out the top 5 were: The LEGO Movie, Edge of Tomorrow and The Grand Budapest Hotel.
I liked X-Men DOFP, but I thought it was way too short for the amount of story it was trying to cram into its running time. If you felt the fame, you’ll be happy to know that Bryan Singer (already hard at work on X-Men: Apocalypse) says that there will be a director’s cut of the film. THAT is the film I really want to see, but we had a record turnout for this vote and Days of Future Past is the Community’s Best Film of 2014’s First Half. Look for a new poll in the next week where we will settle more issues of global importance.