Remakes simply can’t be helped. So in order to help a remake from feeling repetitious, it’s going to have to offer an interesting twist in order to keep things fresh. In the case of What Men Want, a re-imagining of the Mel Gibson-starring comedy vehicle What Women Want, we see Taraji P. Henson take the lead as a woman with the ability to hear men’s most inner thoughts.
An official trailer for the film has been released by Paramount, and you can check it out below.
Yes, Brie Larson already has one Academy Award on her mantle. But in reality, that number should be two with her flawless performance in Destin Daniel Cretton‘s Short Term 12. The emotionally draining film had me in tears and was my number one film of 2013.
Nearly four years after Short Term 12, the two reunite for The Glass Castle, an adaptation of Jeanette Walls‘ memoir. Lionsgate has dropped the first trailer for the film. Check it out below.
20th Century Fox has released the first full trailer for the next installment of the Ice Age series, titled Ice Age: Collision Course. A teaser trailer for the movie was released back in December if you missed it.
The movie once again stars Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Queen Latifah, and others, and follows the group setting off in search of safety with a major threat to the world they live in looming.
You can read more about the movie and check out the trailer below.
A trailer for the next title in the Ice Age series has been released online by 20th Century Fox. The movie is the fifth animated feature to be released in the franchise since it began way back in 2002.
In the movie, titled Ice Age: Collision Course, a series of events unfold leading to a threat to the entire world. The voice cast once again includes Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo, Queen Latifah, and many others, including a group of newcomers to the movies.
You can read an official synopsis and cast rundown and watch the trailer for Ice Age: Collision Course below.
Hello, My Name Is Doris Director: Michael Showalter
Screenwriter: Michael Showalter, Laura Terruso
Cast: Sally Field, Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, Wendi Mclendon-Covey, Stephen Root, Elizabeth Reaser, Jack Antonoff, Natasha Lyonne, Tyne Daly
Release date: March 14, 2015 (SXSW)
In Hello, My Name Is Doris, Doris (Sally Field, The Amazing Spider-Man) is a sixty-something woman experiencing a life crisis. Inspired by a motivational speaker, Doris attempts to woo a much younger man, and finds herself embraced by the Brooklyn hipster scene in the process.
Having missed out on living for the first sixty years of her life, Doris is equal parts innocent and lustful; desperate to experience life before it’s too late. Screenwriter Laura Terruso‘s juxtaposition of “vintage-obsessed hipster” culture and “cooky cat-lady hoarder” is brilliant, lending itself to endless situational comedy. Field is perfect in the role of Doris. Funny, vulnerable, sexy, and cute, often all at the same time.