This sequel has been a long time coming, but a couple of funny things happened on the way to G.I. Joe: Retaliation‘s original July 2012 release date: Paramount got greedy, and decided to do a 3D post-conversion, and Channing Tatum suddenly became a bona fide star. Thus, more things were reportedly added into the film for him to do. Check out the trailer below:
It can be tough deciding what movie to watch. We all have limited time and resources and can’t be expected to watch every new movie that gets shoved into theaters. With this series I am hoping to help lead you through the often rocky cinematic landscape to avoid the duds and misfires that can soil one’s love for the theater going experience. I will take what I assume will be the top 2 highest-grossing new releases, dissect their trailers, and then summarize who I think should see which movie. I’m not here to say which one will be better. I’m here to help you decide which will be better for you.
Olympus Has Fallen is barely out of the gate (see our review here), and now we get the first glimpse at this year’s other White House-under-assault movie, White House Down, in the form of three teaser posters.
The Matrix directors Andy and Lana Wachowski have added some gravitas to their next sci-fi project by casting Sean Bean. Known for adding a touch of class to genre roles in projects like The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring and HBO’s Game of Thrones, Bean could be a great choice for the role of Stinger, who is being described as “a Han Solo-type” character, in the Wachowskis’ upcoming Jupiter Ascending.
A husband’s impending release from prison fills his wife with such anxiety that she turns to a psychiatrist for help. But the drug he prescribes to treat her anxiety comes with certain – you guessed it – side effects, and soon life begins unraveling around the principal players.