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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Trailer – From Nothing Comes A King

King Arthur and his famed sword, Excalibur are timeless legends. There has been no shortage of movie adaptations of these stories. Animated features like Disney’s classic The Sword in the Stone have taken a stab at the mythology, and soon Michael Bay may also bring elements of it into Transformers: The Last Knight. However, Warner Bros. is hoping they have the definitive take with King Arthur: Legend of the Sword , which releases later this year. The Guy Ritchie-directed feature was [Read Entire Story]

Lights Out Trailer #2: Be Afraid of the Dark

Based on a fairly straight-forward premise and an award-winning original short film of the same name from 2013, Lights Out is the mainstream theatrical debut from writer/director David F. Sandberg, and is set to star Teresa Palmer (Triple 9), Gabriel Bateman (Annabelle), Alexander DiPersia (Gotham), and Mario Bello (The 5th Wave). Based on an original adapted screenplay by Eric Heisserer (The Thing) that was inspired by Sandberg’s initial script, the feature length remake will provide [Read Entire Story]

Ghostbuster Character Videos Introduce The New Ghost-Busting Team

With the release of director Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot a little over a month away, the film’s promotional campaign has been picking up speed. Aside from a new international trailer and an in-depth look at the revamped Ecto-1, we’ve also been given news of a fresh take on the Ghostbusters’ anthem, an advanced review of the film from original Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd, and seen a general change in momentum regarding the film’s imminent arrival. Of course by this point, anyone who’s been [Read Entire Story]

The Shallows Final Trailer: A Shark Teaches Blake Lively Self-Reliance

While Steven Spielberg’s Jaws served to popularize both the summer blockbuster and the concept of giant killer shark movies, it’s a bit depressing to note just how few notable successes the sub-genre has experienced since the masterpiece that put it on the map. 1978’s Jaws 2 is decently regarded, 1999’s Deep Blue Sea is a fun guilty pleasure about super-smart sharks, and 2004’s Open Water brought some found-footage scares into the mix, but all three still largely [Read Entire Story]


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