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‘Total Recall’ Trailer: Colin Farrell Loses His Memory, Has Girl Problems
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Total Recall

Colin Farrell has caught himself in quite a situation. Not only can he not tell what is real and what isn’t but he also has two beautiful women looking for him. One wants to kill him and the other wants to protect him.

A new trailer for Total Recall has appeared online which includes some nods to the Arnold Schwarzenegger-vehicle released in 1990. There’s the familiar circle of light that encompasses the chair, and then there’s the three-breasted woman (which was promised a while back, even with the planned PG-13 rating).

Check out the trailer below.

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Watch The ‘Total Recall’ Trailer With Commentary By Director Len Wiseman
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Colin Farrell Total Recall

The trailer for the new adaptation of Total Recall (I hesitate to use the term “remake” since this movie, much like Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 movie, is based on Philip K. Dick‘s 1966 short story “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale”) was unveiled a week ago to little fanfare and the expected gnashing teeth of devoted fans of the Verhoeven movie and haters of remakes and reboots in general looking to justify the kind of boiled-over rage directed at this movie that you wouldn’t often find outside of Tea Party gatherings and Bill O’Reilly’s dressing room. To help alleviate rising concerns about the film’s fidelity – or lack thereof – to its source and the fact that it looks like just about every futuristic actioner out there (OOH! FLYING CARS!) the trailer for Total Recall is being presented complete with a few audio comments from the movie’s director Len Wiseman.

You can watch the trailer with Wiseman’s commentary here below.

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Check Out This ‘Total Recall’ Video Motion Poster
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Colin Farrell Total Recall

The marketing campaign for the Len Wiseman-directed redo of Total Recall is finally ramping up with a teaser trailer set to premiere online this Sunday and today’s release of a brief but interesting video motion poster.

You can check it out here below. [UPDATE: We’ve added the vertical version of the motion poster here below as well.]

The image shows a gun-toting Colin Farrell (in the role played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1990 movie) breaking into pieces as the tagline “What Is Real?” fades to become “What Is Recall?”, and it all takes place against a futuristic cityscape you’ve seen before in every other science fiction movie made since Blade Runner. I’m getting a Minority Report vibe from the images and footage released so far, but Wiseman isn’t a fraction of the skillful and inventive filmmaker Steven Spielberg is.

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Watch Now: ‘Total Recall’ Remake International Promo With First Footage
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Total Recall

Not much has been heard or seen about the remake of Total Recall directed by Len Wiseman (Underworld) with Colin Farrell in the role Arnold Schwarzenegger played in the 1990 Paul Verhoeven-directed sci-fi action smash since it went into production last year, outside of a few promotional and behind-the-scenes photos and a presentation at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. With the movie scheduled for release later this summer, the lack of even a teaser trailer or poster is troubling for the latest cinematic adaptation of Philip K. Dick‘s short story “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale.”

Today, we have an international promo video featuring snippets of footage from the new Total Recall. You can watch it here below.

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Watch Now: The Best Parts of the ‘Underworld’ Trilogy In Three Minutes
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Underworld

With the recent release of the fourth installment, Awakening, the Underworld movies have proved to be one of those franchises that refuses to die as long as the last movie makes enough money to barely justify a sequel — the same criteria that has also kept the Resident Evil movies going long past their expiration date.

The clever people over at io9 have assembled the better parts of the first three films in the series – Underworld (2003), Underworld: Evolution (2006), and the prequel Underworld: Rise of the Lycans – into a three minute video.

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Watch Now: ‘Underworld: Awakening’ Trailer
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The first trailer for Underworld: Awakening, the fourth film in the action-horror franchise that started in 2003, has been released online. You can watch an embedded trailer below this article.

The movie is directed by the team of Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, Swedish filmmakers who made their directorial debut on the little-seen 2010 thriller Shelter starring Julianne Moore after working primarily in television in their native country for close to a decade. Len Wiseman, the director of the original Underworld and its 2006 sequel Underworld: Evolution (and currently directing the Total Recall remake), is on board as a producer. The screenplay was written by Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski, who also has numerous comic book (Amazing Spider-Man) and film (Ninja Assassin, Thor, Changeling) writing credits to his name.

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Director Len Wiseman Makes Three–Boob Promise For ‘Total Recall’ Remake Despite PG–13 Rating
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What’s the most important question anyone could ask when it comes to Len Wiseman‘s upcoming remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger science fiction classic, Total Recall? Well, that would have to be “will the three–boobed prostitute be included or not?” Naturally.

Thankfully for us, the fine folks over at Collider have gotten to the answer of that very question. In a lengthy discussion with Wiseman, much information was given, including but not limited to the exciting proclamation that the three–boobed woman will, in fact, be in the movie. This also comes with a little bad news, however, as it was made very clear that the Total Recall remake will come with a “hard” PG–13 rating. The aforementioned mammary trifecta will still be somehow involved, but it sounds like you’ll have to wait for the unrated DVD cut of the movie to truly see Wiseman’s revival of the most famous of inconsequential characters.

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SDCC 2011: ‘Underworld: Awakening’ Panel Brings The Return Of Kate Beckinsale
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SDCC 2011: Underworld: Awakening: Kate Beckinsale

What’s that? You had no idea they were making another Underworld movie? Well, then—allow me to inform you that yes, indeed, there is a new Underworld movie on the way, and it is titled Underworld: Awakening. What you might also not know, is that star of the first two installments, Kate Beckinsale, is back in tight leather outfits for your fanboy amusement.

The panel—which consisted of directors Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, stars Beckinsale, Michael Ealy, and Theo James, and producer and director of the first two movies, Len Wiseman—didn’t bring a ton to the table as they’re only about half–way through filming it, but they did bring some footage to check out.

Keep on reading for the Underworld: Awakening footage description, as well as some images from the panel.

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SDCC 2011: ‘Total Recall’ Panel & Footage Description
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SDCC 2011: Total Recall panel: Jessica Biel

The Total Recall remake is still over a year away, but the cast and crew were on hand in hopes of building a solid buzz for the movie early. Director Len Wiseman comes out, joined by stars Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Bryan Cranston, Jessica Biel, and John Cho.

Wiseman says they’re only halfway through filming (and probably shouldn’t be showing anything off yet), but they’re going to show off something anyway. Hooray for pleasing the masses!

Continue reading for more from the panel and descriptions of the footage shown.

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Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel & Bill Nighy Join ‘Total Recall’ Cast
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Are you interested in the Total Recall remake yet? It sounded like the worst idea in the world at first, but the cast keeps growing and growing and now it’s hard to ignore and not be at least a little intrigued by.

Three new names have now joined the cast, including Kate Beckinsale (whose husband, Len Wiseman, is directing) and Jessica Biel, who were said to be in talks for roles around the same time Ethan Hawke was cast in a small cameo role. At the time, I personally assumed that Beckinsale would best fit the role of Melina (played by Rachel Ticotin in the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger version), and that Biel would be better suited to the role of Lori (originally played by Sharon Stone). As it turns out, however, this assumption was wrong and the actresses will be playing the opposite roles.

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