The first ever trailer for Sherlock Holmes 2 is delivering much of what we loved about the first, sassy banter between Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, wacky steampunky hijinks, slow-mo everything and a sepia toned world. Plus check out Jared Harris as Professor Moriaty! Watch!
New images from the virus film Contagion, which people are calling Crash meets Outbreak, show Jude Law (who plays an angry damn-the-man blogger) handing out leaflets to the ruined masses, warning that the CDC is FULL OF LIES. Methinks Jude needs to be a bit more concerned about his ridiculous suit than the CDC. But…
Oh, we had us a fine time tweet-lambasting our way through the groundbreakingly rendered missed opportunity, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. In case you missed it, here's the cream of the crop.
In Repo Men's dystopian future, health care has been so privatized, you can buy robotic organs on credit. But if you miss a payment, you're dead. So how much of this gory film is precautionary? Plenty, according to the cast.
Repo Men pours buckets of blood all over its near-future dystopia. A new red-band trailer, clips and stack of violent images just barely hint at this film's level of gore. Feast your eyes on 2010's bloodiest film, Repo Men.
Jude Law told us about his small, but pivotal, role in Steven Soderbergh's epic pandemic film Contagion. Law's playing a "fear-mongering blogger." One of us! One of us!
Steven Soderbergh must be awfully excited about his infectious new film Contagion. The director has pushed this flick to the top of his to-do list and snagged some of Hollywood's most prominent actors for his "Traffic meets Outbreak" feature.
A collector's edition of GATTACA will be out in two weeks, and it's getting the full Blu-ray treatment from Sony. Maybe this box-office flop will finally get the respect that it deserves, especially now that we're getting closer and closer to being able to build superhumans. Find out more about the strange and awesome…
Andrew Niccol's film Gattaca seems like it's been swept under the carpet and behind the radiator lately, which is surprising given the current obsession with stem cells, in utero fetal testing, and the human genome. In fact, there's a whole generation out there who haven't even seen this film. Breathe easy, because…
In the future, you'll be able to pay for new organs on credit, just like decorating your home. But what happens when you can't payoff the new body parts you've been enjoying? That's the premise of not one but two new films coming out next year. And one of them is a musical. Only in Hollywood.