Paramount Pictures has released the second trailer for Chris Wedge‘s Monster Truck. And it is exactly like it sounds. It’s a monster in a truck. If that doesn’t sound special or like something that might appeal to you, then you should know that this is one of the films that Paramount predicts they will lose money on. But maybe, just maybe, this is something that will surprise us all. But judging by the way it looks, don’t be surprised if you hear a lot of negative things about it.
Relativity has released an official trailer for their horror thriller The Disappointments Room.
The movie comes from Taking Lives, Disturbia, Eagle Eye, I Am Number Four, and the upcoming xXx sequel xXx: Return of Xander Cage director D.J. Caruso. It stars Kate Beckinsale (Underworld, The Aviator), Mel Raido (Legend, The Informers), Lucas Till (X-Men: Days of Future Past, MacGyver), Duncan Joiner (Some Kind Of Beautiful, The Perfect Guy), Michaela Conlin (Bones, The Lincoln Lawyer), and Michael Landes (Final Destination 2, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman).
In a world of reboots, there is one that will still be unique in this television landscape. CBS’s MacGyver brings back everyone’s favorite genius with a hack. Executive producers James Wan and Peter Lenkov joined cast members Lucas Till ( “Angus MacGyver”) and George Eads (“Jack Dalton”) at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday for a panel that promises to pay homage to the original.
X-Men: Apocalypse Director: Bryan Singer
Screenwriter: Simon Kinberg
Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Olivia Munn, Lucas Till, Evan Peters, Hugh Jackman
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
Rated PG-13 | 147 Minutes
Release Date: May 27, 2016
“Mutation: it is the key to our evolution. It has enabled us to evolve from a single-celled organism into the dominant species on the planet. This process is slow, and normally taking thousands and thousands of years. But every few hundred millennia, evolution leaps forward.”
If there’s one thing director Bryan Singer achieves with X-Men: Apocalypse, it’s channeling the excess and indulgence of the 1980s. The ninth installment in the X-Men series has too much of everything, including thinly written characters, stale end-of-the-world scenarios, and overblown CGI annihilation.
Fox has released the final trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. Directed by Bryan Singer (who has directed four of the six X-Men films), the film stars James McAvoy and Jennifer Lawerence as the mutant superheroes who must lead the gifted young students into battle against the titular villain (Oscar Isaac), who some claim to be a god. And as if fighting the world’s first mutant wasn’t enough of a problem, things get more complicated when Professor X’s (McAvoy) former friend Magneto (Michael Fassbender) allies himself with Apocalypse.