In March, it was announced that Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television were developing a pilot for a live-action series based on Ben Edlund‘s superhero spoof comic book The Tick, with Edlund scripting and serving as an executive producer and British comedic genius Peter Serafinowicz (Shaun of the Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy) cast in the title role. The pilot was directed by Wally Pfister, the cinematographer on all three of Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, Inception, and Moneyball.
Recently Amazon released both the premiere date for the pilot and a small set of images, including our first look at Serafinowicz is full Tick attire. You can check out the pictures here below.
The trailers keep on coming for Transcendence, the directorial debut for frequent Christopher Nolan cinematographer Wally Pfister. We’ve already seen some teaser trailers and one full trailer, and now comes a second full trailer.
The movie stars Johnny Depp as a man working to create a machine with an unheard of level of intelligence…something an anti-technology extremist group does not want to see him succeed at. When they attempt to stop him, he becomes part of the machine he was trying to build, and more powerful than ever.
You can read a full synopsis and watch the new trailer for Transcendence below.
A couple of days back a pair of teaser trailers were released for Transcendence, the feature directorial debut of Inception and The Dark Knight cinematographer Wally Pfister starring Johnny Depp.
Usually a studio releases teasers and trailers here and there over many months, but as it turns out, Warner Brothers couldn’t wait to share Transcendence with the masses. In addition to the two teasers, a third teaser and the first full trailer were also released later that same day. Odd!
You can check out the full trailer and third teaser trailer below now if you’ve not yet seen them.
The first official teaser trailer (now updated with a second teaser featuring some glorious Morgan Freeman voiceover work) for Transcendence has been released online.
The movie stars Johnny Depp and is the directorial debut of Wally Pfister, a cinematographer best known for working with Christopher Nolan on most of his films including the Dark Knight trilogy and Inception, which scored Pfister an Oscar.
You can check out the first teaser trailer and a synopsis below.
ScreenJunkies’ honest trailers have a way of pushing fanatics’ buttons in the wrong way, but there are those who find their trailers quite humorous. For the most part, the humor lies within nitpicking the smaller things that go unnoticed by the directors and film editors. We previously posted an honest trailer for The Avengers, which pointed out some issues with continuity, heroes never wearing earpieces to communicate, Asgardian gods dying, and other things.
Now a new honest trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises (which is out now on Blu-ray/DVD combo-pack) will definitely ruffle a few feathers. The highly anticipated third and final entry in Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy was perhaps the most polarizing because fans either forgave the film’s glaring plot holes in favor of Nolan’s eye and Wally Phfister‘s cinematography or they gave the film hell by posting their anger on Twitter or Facebook. Check out the honest trailer here below.