Not gonna lie, this looks exciting and maybe even hard to watch.
Prepare yourself for a ZomRomCom… yep, a zombie romantic comedy! This week’s second “Nicholas Hoult Can Do No Wrong” entry stars Hoult as a zombie who thinks, lurches, and sort of grunts his way into a relationship that might change his afterlife and that of the other undead.
Jeremy Renner seems to have leaped into a number of blockbuster roles rather early in his career - Mission, Impossible, The Avengers, The Bourne Legacy. But, as with many before him, he’s bound to have a dud or two in his resume despite the other high profile gigs he gets (see also: Halle Berry in Catwoman, Natalie Portman in Your Highness, and many, many others)
The Wizard of Oz has been a favorite of many children for generations. It’s much more accessible these days since it plays every few months on cable. It’s spawned a number of spinoff books, the Broadway smashes Wicked & The Wiz (which I’m finally getting to see this summer), and even a dark and twisty sequel from the 80s (though it terrified me and maybe still does a little). Sam Raimi’s got one of two upcoming movies about the “Merry Old Land of Oz” a prequel that tells the tale of how the wizard arrived and the witches became good and wicked.
Since college, I’ve been fascinated with America’s relationship with the Middle East and the larger impact it has on the world today. This movie from Ben Affleck looks like it’s got potential to be really emotional and intense, but is supposed to offer a fairly realistic look into the operation to rescue Americans during the Iran hostage crisis which began in 1979.
I can’t recall the details, but Affleck wanted the experience to feel real for the actors in the hostage scenes so they were put through some pretty grueling treatment during filming. This movie feels a lot like Munich which sparked a lot of emotions and opened a new facet of the history of the Middle East.
Release Date: October 12, 2012
Jim Halpert gets really intense and maybe cheats.
Release Date: October 14, 2012
Release Date: October 12