Tuesday, November 10, 2015

[Movies] By The Sea Starring Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt

Universal Pictures has just revealed new images, including a poster art, from the romantic drama “By the Sea,” Academy Award® winner Angelina Jolie Pitt’s directorial follow-up to the studio’s epic “Unbroken.”

To be shown exclusively at Ayala Malls Cinemas nationwide, “By the Sea” is written, directed and produced by Jolie Pitt, and stars Brad Pitt and Jolie Pitt, who are supported by an international ensemble led by Mélanie Laurent, Niels Arestrup, Melvil Poupaud and Richard Bohringer.

“By the Sea” follows an American writer named Roland (Pitt) and his wife, Vanessa (Jolie Pitt), who arrive in a tranquil and picturesque seaside resort in 1970s France, their marriage in apparent crisis. As they spend time with fellow travelers, including young newlyweds Lea (Laurent) and François (Poupaud), and village locals Michel (Arestrup) and Patrice (Bohringer), the couple begins to come to terms with unresolved issues in their own lives.

In its style, and its treatment of themes of the human experience, “By the Sea” is inspired by European cinema and theater of the ’60s and ’70s.

“By the Sea” is distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

[Movies] The Pope Francis Story

The life of Pope Francis, Roman Catholic church’s 266th Pope who was elected in March 2013 will soon be unveiled in Philippine cinemas on September 30 in the upcoming film “Papa Francisco: The Pope Francis Story” also known as “Francis: Pray For Me.”

Based on the book “Pope Francis: Life and Revolution” by acclaimed journalist Elisabetta Piqué, a close friend of the Pope and a correspondent in Italy and the Vatican for La Nación, Argentina’s main newspaper, Pique offers an intimate, in depth portrait of Pope Francis, drawing on interviews with over 75 individuals including lay people, priests, bishops, cardinals and the Pope s family and friends, as well as her relationship with the Pope as a close family friend.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

[Movies] The Walk Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt


An impossible, but true story, the new film from Robert Zemeckis, “The Walk” is a live-action, PG-rated entertainment for all audiences, ages 8 to 80. A love letter to the World Trade Center, the film is a 3D and IMAX® visual experience, unlike anything audiences have seen.

On August 7, 1974 – the day before Richard Nixon announced he would be resigning from office –Philippe Petit, a French aerialist, surprised the city of New York with a high-wire walk between the towers of the almost-completed and partially occupied World Trade Center. Passersby without a moment to spare stopped in their tracks and looked up. They saw the impossible: a man dancing high in the sky, seemingly in the thin air.

Now, forty years later, Zemeckis – one of cinema’s most accomplished filmmakers at integrating technology in the service of emotional storytelling – is putting moviegoers in Petit’s shoes. “The Walk,” an epic, big-screen cinematic spectacle, gives moviegoers the chance to go where only one man has been or ever will be – 110 stories in the air, on a wire, walking between the towers of the World Trade Center.

“When I first heard this story, I thought, ‘My God, this is a movie that A: should be made under any circumstance, and B: should be absolutely presented in 3D,” explains Zemeckis. “When you watch a wire walker, you always have to watch by looking up at him. You never get the perspective of what’s it like to be on the wire. Our film will follow Petit’s story but will ultimately put you on the wire, walking with Philippe, and by presenting it in 3D, it is going to be spectacular and very emotional.”

Spectacular, emotional – and exciting, with a driving plot of near-misses and almost-catastrophes as Petit and his ragtag team pull off the impossible. “I love the idea of a guy – a performance artist – who pulls off this great caper,” says Zemeckis. “The caper is illegal, it’s dangerous, but it doesn’t hurt anybody. It seemed like something out of another time – you don’t really see stuff like that anymore. It was almost like a fable.”

“Philippe saw the two towers and he literally drew a pencil line between them and said, ‘I’ve got to put a wire between those towers; I’ve got to walk.’ In his mind, those towers were built for him to create that performance,” says Zemeckis. “What’s amazing about Philippe, and why I think his story is unique but universal, is that’s what happens to all artists. If you ask an artist, Why did you paint this painting? Why did you write this music? Why did you make this movie? – there’s never any answer. Anyone who pursues an unlikely dream will identify with that feeling that was inside of Philippe – that he had to do this, no matter what the cost.”

Not only does the film show who he was before and how he came to be on that wire (his growing up, his surrogate father, etc.), but for the first time, moving images of the walk itself – not only from the observers’ point of view, but Petit’s. “The only recorded evidence of the walk is a handful of still photos,” explains Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays Petit in Zemeckis’s film. “The photos are incredible, but it’s different than seeing and experiencing it unfold. To me, making a movie where you actually get to be inside the character of Philippe when he lives that moment, and all the hopes and fears and imperfections that led up to it, is unique. Getting to actually witness that in a movie, and be up there with the character, seeing what he saw, is just a vastly different experience.”

Reminiscent of his use of “Forrest Gump’s” own, unusual, voice to augment the narrative in that film, Zemeckis has Petit himself narrate moments in “The Walk” to add insight—especially to his inner thoughts on the wire. The slightly surreal use of the Statue of Liberty (like Petit, a French gift to America) device for this helps lend a fable-like quality to the PG-rated film. “This is a true story, “ says Zemeckis, “down to all its details, but it also has a ‘once upon a time’ feel to it – a lost time and place – and I wanted to combine the literal with the figurative.”

In this way, “The Walk” transports moviegoers to a moment in time when the towers – or, at least, our perception of them – was reoriented. “At first, nobody liked the Twin Towers. While they were being built, everybody in New York thought they looked like filing cabinets. After this walk had happened, people loved the towers. They had a personality. When Philippe Petit walked between them, they suddenly became poetic and were transformed.”

“The Towers are very much present in the film as characters,” adds Zemeckis. “This is one glorious and human moment that happened. That’s something that’s important to remember.”

Throughout his legendary career, Zemeckis has made films that have most successfully used cutting edge technology in the service of storytelling. For Zemeckis, it’s all about the latter: technology is a tool, like any other technique, that the filmmaker can use at his disposal. “The secret of any magic is to mix it up,” he says. “Every great magician uses more than one technique to create the illusion. It’s the filmmaker’s task to do that as well, to use all of the tools that we have and keep mixing it up, so the audience can’t see the trick.”

Opening across the Philippines in October 14, “The Walk” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.

Thursday, September 10, 2015


The first book-turned-movie in James Dashner’s “The Maze Runner” series was fully embraced by its legions of fans that introduced a whole new set of young actors that immediately catapulted to worldwide attention -including Korean actor Ki Hong Lee, whose palpable characterization of Minho has also attracted an impressive following. 

In “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” the next chapter of the epic “Maze Runner” saga, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his fellow Gladers along with Minho (Ki Hong Lee) face their greatest challenge yet: searching for clues about the mysterious and powerful organization known as WCKD (World Catastrophe Killzone Department). Their journey takes them to the Scorch, a desolate landscape filled with unimaginable obstacles. Teaming up with resistance fighters, the Gladers take on WCKD’s vastly superior forces and uncover its shocking plans for them all. 

Ki Hong Lee portrays the protective Minho: “Minho springs into action when he needs to. He’s a very reserved guy who only speaks when he absolutely has to. Minho is the ‘muscle’ of the group. He’s the most physical and the strongest. His role now is to protect everybody and make sure there is always a way out, because the Gladers always seem to get stuck in bad situations.”

Filming on the set of “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” was a trial for the actors. Ki Hong Lee, who suffered a minor fracture of his knee running up the sand dunes, confirms that, “This movie is tougher than the first. We’re running for the entire story – running away from Cranks, running away from WCKD, running up sand dunes. What’s more, I have to be the fastest, the strongest, and the most badass of the team!”

The actors spent days acclimatising to the chilly Albuquerque winter and its raised elevation. They trained in the desert with the film’s stunt team, who prepared them for the rigours of the shoot. “I’m still running,” jokes Ki Hong Lee, who plays Minho. “There’s no escape. The action is non-stop and there are Cranks – infected people – chasing you down an abandoned street or a mall. That’s been my life for this past month.”

Ki Hong Lee reprises his role as Minho, the lead runner of “The Maze Runner.” Ki Hong recently appeared in the film “The Stanford Prison Experiment” alongside Billy Crudup and Ezra Miller. On television, Ki Hong can be seen as the beloved character Paul in ABC Family’s “The Nine Lives of Chloe King.” He appeared in the film adaptation of Yellowface from the Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang.

While Ki Hong has recently stepped away from the stage to be in front of the camera, his love for theater remains strong. His theater debut was in Los Angeles at the East West Players in a play called “Wrinkles,” which will always have a special place in his heart as it was the first time his father was able to see him perform.

Although he was raised in different cultures, in locations from Seoul to Auckland, Ki Hong considers himself to be a Californian at heart, as he could not continue life without good Mexican food in regular doses. A graduate of UC Berkeley, he served in student government throughout his schooling, which has grown his passion for people, education, and good causes. Ki Hong’s acting career started at an early age. While performing in church skits, he realized his love for being on stage. You can also find Ki Hong at his YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/thekihonglee.

“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” opens September 9 in almost 300 screens in the Phils. nationwide (ahead of its U.S. release) from 20thCentury Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

[Movies] Iconic Characters Come Alive in "PAN"

Meet the characters from director Joe Wright's (“Atonement,” “Pride & Prejudice”) re-imagining of “Pan,” a live-action feature presenting a wholly original adventure about the beginnings of the beloved characters created by J.M. Barrie.

PETER (Levi Miller) is a smart and rebellious 12-year-old boy who has spent his whole life at the bleak orphanage – the Lambeth Home for Boys – believing in his heart that some day his mother will come back for him. But one incredible night, his life is changed forever when he is swept into the sky and spirited off to Neverland – a fantastical world of pirates, warriors and fairies. There, he embarks on a magical adventure where he fights life-or-death battles alongside his new friends, the warrior Tiger Lily and the roguish James Hook, to save Neverland from the ruthless pirate Blackbeard and discover his true destiny – to become the hero who will forever be known as Peter Pan.

JAMES HOOK (Garret Hedlund). With mysterious origins and the swagger of a pirate-in-the-making, James Hook is among the captive dust miners at Blackbeard’s camp in Neverland. Working alongside Peter, he observes the boy’s unique abilities and together they stage a daring escape that propels them into the adventure of a lifetime deep into Neverland.

BLACKBEARD (Hugh Jackman) is the pirate all pirates fear, the most formidable presence in all of Neverland, and master of a vast mining camp in the sky. At times grand, at others diabolically cruel, Blackbeard kidnaps children from other worlds to mine for the priceless pixie dust with properties Blackbeard has reason to covet. Blackbeard himself fears only two things: the increasing scarcity of the pixie dust and a prophecy that tells of a boy who will vanquish him – a boy who can fly.

TIGER LILY (Rooney Mara) has extraordinary skills as a warrior and will do everything in her power to protect Neverland from Blackbeard. When Peter and Hook are captured and taken to her multi-ethnic native village, Tiger Lily’s suspicion of the interlopers gives way to the hope that a long held prophecy has come true – that a boy who can fly will emerge to save the world she loves. Peter himself is not so sure, but Tiger Lily believes in him and becomes his fierce protector in his journey to fulfill his destiny.

MERMAIDS (Cara Delavingne). As Peter, Hook and Tiger Lily venture through Neverland, they arrive at the Mermaid Lagoon, where the beautiful, glowing Mermaids swim playfully. They are the only creatures capable of keeping at bay the enormous Never-Crocs that lurk nearby as they are capable of stinging the predators with their luminous, electrified tails.

The NEVER-CROCS are massive, dangerous crocodiles that lurk just beyond the Mermaid Lagoon. With their incandescent, electrified tails, the Mermaids are the Never-Crocs’s worst fear and greatest foe.

Opening across the Philippines on Thursday, October 8, “Pan” is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

[Movies] She's Funny That Way Exclusive at Ayala Malls

From renowned director Peter Bogdanovich, “She’s Funny That Way” is a screwball comedy featuring the interconnected personal lives of the cast and crew of a Broadway production. Celebrated and acclaimed director Peter Bogdanovich has assembled a stellar ensemble cast, headed by Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Will Forte, Rhys Ifans, and Jennifer Aniston all working together at the top of their form.

“She’s Funny That Way” rolls when established director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) casts his call girl-turned-actress Isabella “Izzy” Patterson (Imogen Poots) in a new play to star alongside his wife Delta (Kathryn Hahn) and her ex-lover Seth Gilbert (Rhys Ifans), a zany love tangle forms with hilarious twists. Jennifer Aniston plays Izzy’s therapist Jane, who is consumed with her own failing relationship with Arnold’s playwright Joshua Fleet (Will Forte), who is also developing a crush on Izzy.

“She’s Funny That Way” is a classic style romantic comedy, with touches of the equally classic screwball comedy, in the best sense of those words. Although completely modern in its characters, situations, and settings, it’s a film that harkens back to the landmarks of the genre from Hollywood’s heyday of the 30s and 40s, with sparkling wit, charm, and sophistication amidst the craziest and zaniest of premises and situations.

The movie also marks the long awaited return to the big screen of Peter Bogdanovich, one of the most acclaimed filmmakers of his generation. After a fifteen year absence, during which he directed films for television, the documentary “Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin’ Down a Dream,” acted, and wrote about the movies, Bogdanovich also returns to the comedy genre, which he was so adept at with his early classics, the critically acclaimed, box office hits “What’s Up, Doc?” and “Paper Moon,” as well as the cult favorite, “They All Laughed.”

“The cameos in the film are really terrific,” says producer Holly Wiersma. “We were in New York and we wanted She’s Funny That Way to really be a New York movie, so it was great to call people the day of or the day before and say, ‘Hey, come be in our movie. Help us sell New York. This is a movie about Broadway and famous people. Let’s use that to our advantage and put fun people into the cameos, even if they don’t say anything on screen. So we started with Graydon Carter, as Owen Wilson’s limo driver, who’s one of the first people you see when we flashback from Isabella’s interview to New York a few years earlier. With Graydon, it doesn’t get any more New York than that. And then Owen Wilson walks into the hotel and there’s a friend of mine, an actor who lives in California and New York – Jake Hoffman, Dustin Hoffman’s son. We’d run into him in the Bowery and said, ‘Come, be in the movie.’ And then Owen Wilson walks to the hotel desk and there’s the amazing artist and designer, Scott Campbell, who’s walking by. And the one who is walking with him is Erin Heatherton, the Victoria Secret supermodel. We wanted to open the first New York scene with famous New York faces.”

“She’s Funny That Way” opens exclusively at Ayala Malls Cinemas nationwide on October 7.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Run or Burn in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials this September 9

The Gladers are now out of the mysterious maze from the first movie adaptation of James Dashner’s highly successful series “The Maze Runner.” In the second adaptation of the most-anticipated sequel of the young adult book of the same title, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” the Gladers are now out in a ravaged, burned out and broken down world racing through sandstorms, evading flares and battling terrifying creatures known as Cranks.

Director Wes Ball is once again at the helm of the second instalment “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” from which his first adaptation “The Maze Runner” grossed more than $340 million worldwide. While “The Maze Runner” was about escape, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” is about a journey. Explains director Wes Ball, who returns for the next chapter: “In this film, we learn there is a much bigger world waiting for Thomas and the Gladers, one that’s been ravaged by the sun and a deadly virus. These young people have to find their place in this world and figure out how they can fix it. The Gladers are very valuable to several different groups, and they’re torn between saving the world and their personal freedom.”

“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” picks up where “The Maze Runner” left off, as the Gladers, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), Minho (Ki Hong Lee), Teresa (Kaya Scodelario), Newt (Thomas Brodie Sangster), Frypan (Dexter Darden) and Winston (Alexander Flores) are unloaded from the chopper that flew them away from the maze. The helicopter’s doors fly open and masked soldiers whisk them into an underground bunker. The bunker is run by the duplicitous Janson (Aidan Gillen), who supplies a feast and warm beds, while warning, “The world out there’s in a rather precarious situation. 

Thomas suspects the bunker is run by none other than WCKD (World Catastrophe Killzone Department) and must convince the Gladers they aren’t safe here. Their loyalty to each other is all they can count on. The Gladers mount a breakout, fighting against soldiers armed with electric projectile weaponry. Led by Thomas and Minho (Ki Hong Lee), they grab Teresa from a private surgery room and flee the bunker into a raging sandstorm.

They’re now in the Scorch, a futuristic badlands burnt by solar flares. In this barren wasteland, the Gladers trudge toward the unknown. A guilt-ridden Thomas wonders if he should have led them out of the maze. They survived in the Glade but could die in this area of scorched Earth.

“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” answers many of the questions posed in the first film. The Gladers learn that most of the Earth has been destroyed, and that it was the ruthless scientific government entity known as WCKD that sent the Gladers into the maze as a survival challenge. They discover that some of them are immune to the fatal Flare disease that is ravaging the population. These Immunes hold biological enzymes within their bodies that may help others resist the Flare. ““The Maze Runner” was about claustrophobia and we were always closed in and never saw a horizon. But in this new film we go out into the open world with a giant desert of sand dunes swallowing the whole world basically,” says Ball. 

Producer Wyck Godfrey notes, “This story begins to unravel the mystery of what has happened to the world and how it was ravaged. Our characters find some answers by embarking on a very dangerous journey.”

“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” opens this September 9 nationwide in Philippine cinemas (ahead of its U.S. release, September 18) from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

Sunday, August 16, 2015


What if you were given absolute powers with just a wave of your hand? Missions are definitely possible in Simon Pegg’s latest comedy movie “Absolutely Anything” opposite Kate Beckinsale. 

Pegg takes on the role of Neil Clarke, an unassuming teacher from London chosen by a group of cackling aliens who want to destroy Earth. But before they can do that, they have to abide by the Earth must first prove itself worthy to be saved and preserved. At first, Neil doesn’t realize that anything unusual is happening. He is completely oblivious. He doesn’t see the laser beam from outer space that strikes him as he cycles to school. He gets on with his usual daily routine and when chatting with his best friend, Ray (Sanjeev Bhaskar), tells him that he wishes his rowdy class would just disappear.

As a muffled explosion silences the canteen, and chaos ensues, Neil stands aghast at the door to his classroom where he is confronted by a smoking hole in the ground. His class has vanished! Confused, Neil heads home to his flat and his loyal dog, Dennis. They watch TV together as the news channels report on the school blast. Neil can’t believe it could have anything to do with him! Could it? Then, realisation slowly dawns and Neil discovers that he can do anything he wishes, with simply a wave of his hand. But he can’t get the hang of his newfound powers straight away. The first thing he must do is bring his pupils back to life. In doing so, he learns a valuable lesson. He must be specific with his demands and consider his diction very carefully.

Eventually, our hapless hero begins to master his powers although he still finds himself ensconced in a number of extraordinary situations. In desperate need of a friend, Neil turns to his dog, Dennis (voiced by Robin Williams), to whom he grants the power of speech and rational thought. And so Neil stumbles along, making many mistakes along the way – from turning his best mate into a god-on-earth and then into a sausage before transforming himself, temporarily, into the President of the United States.

All the while he is desperately bidding for the heart of the girl of his dreams, Catherine (Kate Beckinsale), who lives downstairs. “My character works in television on a show about books,” Beckinsale explains. “Her boss is played by Joanna Lumley who is a quite fearsome creature, with my character being a bit more idealistic. Catherine lives in the same building as Simon who is supposedly writing a book. Her character and his know each other though not intimately. But then she becomes embroiled in his whole charm.”

“I was also drawn to the fact that it is a really sweet script,” she continues, “a very silly and fun fantasy comedy. But the thing that was most attractive was that anybody would want to work with director Terry Jones. I’m such a massive fan of his and of all the Pythons, and of Simon, too.” 

Finding a spark with Simon Pegg was also an enjoyable exercise. “It is fantastic working with Simon,” Beckinsale says. “He is absolutely as funny and nice and inventive and cool as you would assume that he is. Also, he works really hard and it’s a lovely vibe to be around.”

Now showing in theatres nationwide from Axinite Digicinema, “Absolutely Anything” is a fantastical story of choosing the right words, of working out what a man really wants, and of saving our planet from total destruction.

"Black Mass" Cast Banners Revealed

The impressive ensemble of Warner Bros.' new gangster thriller “Black Mass” gets the star treatment as eight castmembers receive their individual character banners which has just been released by the studio.

The favored eight are Johnny Depp, Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jesse Plemons, Kevin Bacon, Peter Sarsgaard, Dakota Johnson and Corey Stoll.

Directed by of Scott Cooper (the Oscar-winning “Crazy Heart”), the film is based on the book Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob, about the infamous gangster Whitey Bulger.

In 1970s South Boston, FBI Agent John Connolly (Edgerton) persuades Irish mobster James “Whitey” Bulger (Depp) to collaborate with the FBI and eliminate a common enemy: the Italian mob. The drama tells the true story of this unholy alliance, which spiraled out of control, allowing Whitey to evade law enforcement, consolidate power, and become one of the most ruthless and powerful gangsters in Boston history.

Opening across the Philippines on October 21, “Black Mass” is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Saturday, July 18, 2015

[Movies] Fault in our Stars Nat Wolff in "Paper Towns"

“Fault In Our Stars’” breakout actor Nat Wolff received rave reviews for his performance opposite Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley in the movie. He was 11 when he starred in “The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie” in where he also provided songs and lyrics for the film. Nickelodeon’s spin-off television series, “The Naked Brothers Band,” led to several prestigious awards. Making an early impression, the gifted young actor appeared in “Stuck in Love,” “Admission and Peace,” “Love & Misunderstanding” and will soon be seen in movies such as “Ashby,” “The Intern” and “The Stand.”

With strong and notable character portrayals in his film resume, Wolff stars in the latest John Green book adaptation “Paper Towns.” In the very relatable coming of age movie, Wolff plays Quentin (known as Q) who has been smitten with his enigmatic next door neighbor Margo, played by Cara Delevingne, for as long as he can remember. Over the years they have drifted apart and barely talk to each other anymore. Now 17, about to leave high school and heading for college, Q still holds a torch for the beautiful Margo. Impetuous and adventurous, she is everything he is not. Q is serious, studious and romantic. Margo is a free spirit and lives in the moment.

The action gets underway when Margo cajoles Q into joining her on a night of hijinks she has planned, to get revenge on her cheating boyfriend. The pair set off on a crazy and thrilling joy ride around town, which involves a series of pranks. Q is enamored and at the end of the magical night of adventure, wonders whether this could be the start of a romance. But the next day Margo has vanished, leaving behind a series of clues as to her whereabouts.

It was on the set of Fault that executive producer Isaac Klausner approached Nat about taking the lead in Paper Towns. “When we were on set, Isaac said to me, with a mischievous look in his eyes, that I should read Paper Towns,” the young actor recalls. About six months later Wyck Godfrey offered me the role. Even before he finished his sentence, I said yes.”

Wolff says he was drawn to the story’s coming-of-age elements. “Q is a character who plays it safe, and is smart and focused,” he explains. “He makes a lot of plans. But beyond his friendship with [best pals] Radar and Ben, he avoids the rest of the world. But through his relationship with Margo and the road trip to find her, he learns to take chances and open up.”

Nat Wolff, who has become close friends with Green, elaborates on the author’s presence on the set. “It’s funny because John jokes that on location he just walks around and eats craft service. But in reality he sets the tone for the set because he has such a great sense of humor and is such a cheerleader for the actors. John is so passionate about the process of turning his books into films. It’s easy to imagine a novelist on set, and it being the worst experience in the world for him or her, ‘They’re ruining my book!’ or something like that. But John is always there right with us. He trusts us.”

A celebration on true friendship begins when “Paper Towns” opens July 22 in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros. 

Man from U.N.C.L.E. Sets Off New Trailer at Comic-Con

Warner Bros.' “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” has unveiled its new trailer at Comic-Con, boasting fast-paced action and stylish set pieces. Watch the trailer below.

A fresh take on the hugely popular 1960s television series, the spy thriller stars Henry Cavill (“Man of Steel”) as Napoleon Solo opposite Armie Hammer (“The Social Network”) as Illya Kuryakin.

Set against the backdrop of the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” centers on CIA agent Solo and KGB agent Kuryakin. Forced to put aside longstanding hostilities, the two team up on a joint mission to stop a mysterious international criminal organization, which is bent on destabilizing the fragile balance of power through the proliferation of nuclear weapons and technology. The duo’s only lead is the daughter of a vanished German scientist, who is the key to infiltrating the criminal organization, and they must race against time to find him and prevent a worldwide catastrophe.

“The Man from U.N.C.L.E” also stars Alicia Vikander (“Anna Karenina”), Elizabeth Debicki (“The Great Gatsby”), with Jared Harris (“Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows”), and Hugh Grant as Waverly.

Set for release across the Philippines on Aug. 13, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Suicide Squad Movie Trailer

The Suicide Squad trailers has been released by Warner Bros, same trailer that was showed at Comic-Con. There was actually a leak of a low quality version, WB wasn't able to erase it online so they now officially released the trailer in hi-res.

Warner Bros.’ anti-hero film also stars Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc, Will Smith as Deadshot, Jai Courney as Captain Boomerang, Cara Delevingne as Enchantress, Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flagg, Viola Davis as Amanda Waller, as well as Jim Parrack, Adam Beach, and Ike Barinholtz. Suicide Squad opens August 5, 2016.

Check out the trailer below.