20th Century Fox has released the newest trailer for Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt as Roy McBride, an astronaut searching for his father (Tommy Lee Jones), who left for a space mission to find extra-terrestrial life on Neptune.
This once simple mission has now turned into a possible conspiracy that could affect all of humanity on planet Earth as we know it, and it will be up to Roy to unravel it and uncover the truth. Check out the trailer below.
A new trailer for the latest in the Tremors series, titled Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell, has been released online.
The movie is the sixth in the franchise, and follows Burt Gummer (once again played by series star Michael Gross) and his son (played by Jamie Kennedy, reprising his role from Tremors 5: Bloodlines) dealing with Graboids and more in the Great White North.
You can find an official synopsis and watch the trailer below.
Interns of F.I.E.L.D. Season 1 Episode 1: “Villains”
Directed by Tim Baldini
Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Andy Signore & Ian Weinreich
Starring Benita Robledo, Jonathan Lipnicki, Joe Burke, Dayton Sinkia, Scott Beehner, Barak Hardley, Joe Hartzler, Madeline Walter, Dan Hartley, Jamie Kennedy Screen Junkies
Air Date: Monday, January 25th, 2016, 10:00pm
Whether you go to their channel for the Honest Trailers, the Movie Fights, or just to enjoy geeks geeking out about movies, Screen Junkies have developed quite the brand on YouTube. With over 5.1 million subscribers, countless shows on their channel, and now the newly expanded Screen Junkies Plus; it was only a matter of time before the crew developed their own original series, and here it is… Interns of F.I.E.L.D.
Check out the entire 1st episode (only 17-minutes!), character descriptions, and synopsis below.
At the moment, there’s no real news here, but the prospect is pretty darn interesting and worth discussion, for sure.
According to CHUD, sources have shared that producers of Scream 4 have actually spoken with none other Jamie Kennedy to come back in the role of Randy. The character was easily the most popular among fans of the franchise, and *SPOILER* (here and below; how have you not seen these movies?) most were pretty upset and angered when he didn’t make it past the second film, despite his tiny cameo in the third.
Again, this is all just ifs and maybes right now, but it’s an interesting enough possibility to think about. One would have to assume that the thought of Kennedy’s character returning would be the best news so far for some fans, and the worst news so far for other fans.
It is somewhat of a slow news day, but here’s a little more information on Scream 4 and the proposed trilogy that it may be the start of. Writer Kevin Williamson was out talking about his new show, The Vampire Diaries (which has a challenge in front of it, coming out in an already vampire overloaded time period and also being one of the shows that knocked off the fantastic Reaper), and ended up talking quite a bit about the newest chapter in the Scream franchise.
Williamson got back into the fact that it was really exciting to know that David Arquette and Courteney Cox were coming back and that their story ten years after the events of the first trilogy would be the “heart and soul” of the new movies. He also revealed that the Ghostface mask would be back, but that it might be “another one,” whatever that might mean. Speaking of picking up the story a decade later, there was even mention of the wonderful Stab movies — the horror movie within the movies that basically parodies Scream — and how absurd that franchise would be.