Yes. The book about the rabbits.
John Boyega is about to steal our hearts as a cute widdle bunny.Read More
This trailer is a much more in-depth look into the sci-fi movie Equals, focusing on the relationship between Kristen Stewart's and Nicholas Hoult's characters.Read More
Okay, so this might technically be more of a commercial advertising for faster Internet speeds (faster than Quicksilver, apparently)--but if you watch the trailer below for Sky Fibre, there are some fairly interesting things to note about all of the X-Men: Apocalypse characters who appear--and there are actually several who pop up here.Read More
"Everybody's got a secret to hide."
This teaser trailer for Equals, starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult, is pretty stylish and striking. A slower, more moody version of Chromatics' "Kill For Love" really sets the tone, especially when paired with the silent, wordless clips from the movie.Read More
Prepare the red carpet for the coming of the dogs.
According to critic Mike McGranahan on Twitter, Mad Max: Fury Road is officially pushing for consideration in this year's Oscar race.Read More
Boo do loo loo doo doo doooooo
Oh, now that's just too precious.Read More
Mad Max: Feed-Your-Clothes-to-a-Wild-Cat-After-Wearing-Them-Once Road.
The ad campaign banned in Britain for its devastating sexiness (and irresponsible driving) is back, but with fewer high-speed antics and more jaguars eating bowties. Oh, what a lovely day.Read More
Ok, the other trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road was pretty good but this one? DAYUM.Read More
Welcome to Thunder...wait, that was the other one.
Dammit, Charlize Theron! I know my head doesn't look like that underneath my hair, stop tempting me with your wonderful scalp.Read More
Winter Is Coming
DOUBLE PLUS UNGOOD.
Listen, Hollywood, we get you like taking scary things and making them into romance movies.Vampires in Twilight, zombies in Warm Bodies, what have you. But we have to draw the line a remake of 1984 that's all about "love in a world where love really doesn't exist anymore," starring people from Twilight and Warm Bodies. Just don't, please.Read More
What the Heck is Happening In This Set Photo?
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Like Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland before it, Warm Bodies is a zomromcom, or a romantic comedy... with zombies. Except in Warm Bodies the main character is a zombie, not someone in danger of being eaten by them. The first four minutes gives us a look at the internal monologue of one of the undead, played by Nicholas Hoult. And it's not all BRAAAINNNNS, BRAAAINNNNS, BRAAAINNNNS. (via: blastr) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More
When I first heard about Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies I thought it was Twilight with zombies instead of vampires. It's about a zombie and a human who fall in love and it just happens to come from Summit Entertainment, the Twilight studio. That's all well and good but then I watched the trailer and now I might actually want to see it. Why? Not only is it funny (on purpose) but it adds an interesting layer to the zombie mythos and I'd like to see how it plays out. Take a look for yourself. The film stars Nicholas Hault, Teresa Palmer, and John Malkovich. (via Movies.com) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More
Things We Saw Today
Highly Successful Marketing Strategies
At some point, commercials for insurance stopped being about the drama that befalls us after tragedy and became sources of comedy and entertainment. But one of the more memorable campaigns belongs to Farmers Insurance and its spokescharacter Professor Nathaniel Burke of the University of Farmers, who is played by JK Simmons. The cult-astic actor, who appeared as J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, has maintained his Marvel connections by appearing with X-Men: First Class's Beast in this cross-promotional spot. Beast -- not played by Nicholas Hoult here -- is an "X-change student" from "the X-Men school," whose counterpart is used as target practice by Havok (who is played by Lucas Till in a scene from the movie). (Spinoff Online)Read More