Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon have released another look at Wonder Park, a family-friendly animated feature that centers around a girl who uses her imagination to bring a defunct theme park to life. Check out the latest look at the upcoming film here below.
STX Entertainment has released an official trailer for the upcoming action thriller Peppermint starring Jennifer Garner.
The movie follows a woman seeking justice after her family is brutally murdered. And when that doesn’t go the way she expects, she decides to take matters into her own hands. So basically it’s Jennifer Garner as the Punisher. What more does one need than that?
Click on over to the other side to read a synopsis for Peppermint and to check out the new trailer along with a poster below.
IFC Films has released a new trailer for Wakefield, an upcoming drama starring Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Godzilla) as a man with a successful career and a loving family who one day decides to disappear from it all.
The movie is written and directed by Robin Swicord, who previously helmed 2007’s The Jane Austen Book Club and also worked on the screenplays for Little Women (1994), Matilda, Practical Magic, Memoirs of a Geisha, and this week’s The Promise, as well as the story for David Fincher’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It also stars Jennifer Garner, Jason O’Mara, and Beverly D’Angelo.
You can find a synopsis and the trailer for Wakefield below.
The first trailer for Nine Lives has just arrived. The comedy stars Kevin Spacey as Tom Brand, an outlandish billionaire workaholic who is disconnected from his family. He attempts to make his adorable daughter happy by giving her the one thing he hates the most: a cat. Before Tom can give his gift to his daughter, he gets into an accident, and when he awakens, he discovers that his consciousness is trapped inside a cat.
It sounds too crazy to be true, but it is an actual film from Men In Black director Barry Sonnenfeld. In fact, we reported on the news almost a year ago, and now we are getting our first look at Nine Lives, which Sonnenfeld describes as a “funny, emotional, commercial comedy.” Check out the first trailer below.
Last week, Relativity was forced to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy after being hit with lawsuits and missing numerous payments. The studio was forced to lay off 75 of its 350 employees on staff, and now their troubles are leaking over to their films. Though they will release Masterminds and Kidnap, the future of their other films in pre-production is unknown, and will most likely be put on hold or sold to other studios and producers, until Relativity can figure a way out of their mess. One of the biggest films that was in pre-production was experiencing a bit of trouble itself. According to new reports, pre-production on The Crow reboot is now stalled.