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‘The House That Jack Built’ Theatrical Cut Film Review: Lars von Trier’s Serial Killer Saga’s a Pointless Bore

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‘The House That Jack Built’ Theatrical Cut Film Review: Lars von Trier’s Serial Killer Saga’s a Pointless Bore
Lars von Trier seems confused. On the one hand, one may argue that the director’s latest film, “The House That Jack Built,” is unrelentingly misogynistic: After all, of the five “incidents” Jack (Matt Dillon) describes to Virgil (Bruno Ganz), or “Verge” as Jack calls him, four are the torture and murders of women.

On the other hand, Jack — who might be a fictionalization of von Trier himself — is not very bright. Nor is he as “charming” the way some serial killers have been described. Nor is he, nor the film for that matter, memorable in any way. “The House Jack Built” feels slightly gratuitous, at times trying to be artistic while simultaneously begging for people to love it, or to love von Trier, pretty pretty please.

The film opens to pitch black with a conversation between Jack and Verge, assuming a journey of sorts during which Jack not so
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Horror Highlights: Hdnet Movies Horror Marathon, Wolf Creek Series Clip, The Living Corpse: Relics Q&A with Buz Hasson

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In our latest Horror Highlights, we have a new clip from the Wolf Creek series, details on Hdnet Movies' horror movie marathon, and a Q&A with Buz Hasson about The Living Corpse: Relics Kickstarter.

Hdnet Movies Horror Marathon: Los Angeles – October 10, 2016 – Trick or Treat with Hdnet Movies this October, as the network presents a three-day Halloween Weekend block, featuring 16 sci-fi, suspense, and slasher classics. The special event begins on Saturday, Oct. 29, and runs through Monday, Oct. 31.

The thrills and chills kickoff with an out-of-this-world “Sci-Fi Saturday” on Saturday, Oct. 29, starting with Nathan Fillion as the captain of a spaceship harboring a mysterious stowaway in the 2005 Joss Whedon adventure Serenity at 7pE. Next up is Henry Thomas as a young boy who befriends a stranded alien in the Stephen Spielberg opus E.T., with Dee Wallace and Drew Barrymore, at 9pE; and Bruce Willis travels back in time to save the
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Giveaway – Win a DVD bundle with 400 Days

To celebrate the release of 400 Days – in selected cinemas and available on VOD 19th August – we have a DVD bundle consisting of Maggie, The Facility, Kill Command and Monsters up for grabs courtesy of Vertigo Releasing!

The deep space delirium of Moon meets the tension of Alien in 400 Days, a terrifying, high-concept, psychological sci-fi thriller featuring a killer ensemble cast including Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Dane Cook (Mr. Brooks), Ed Kavanagh (The Flash) and Caity Lotz (The Pact).

Mixing sleek 2001-style visuals with Event Horizon’s nerve-shredding terror, 400 Days is a space thriller you don’t want to miss.

“A suspenseful air of claustrophobia … the pic looks terrific” The Hollywood Reporter

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, August 28th. UK readers only please. To enter, use one of the following methods…

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The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd. By entering you agree to the terms and conditions,
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Q&A with 400 Days Writer/Director Matt Osterman

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Being sealed off from society for hundreds of days can cause serious strains on the psyche, as evidenced in SyFy Films' 400 Days. With the new sci-fi thriller hitting theaters and VOD today, we caught up with writer/director Matt Osterman for our latest Q&A feature to discuss Dane Cook's improv on set, the influence of The Twilight Zone, and much more.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Matt. When did you first come up with the idea for 400 Days?

Matt Osterman: There was this amazing experiment in Russia a few years back called Mars500, where six astronauts went into a fake spaceship for 520 days (crazy, right?). They had a great online presence (posting videos, photos, etc.) and I was hooked. After the mission was over and they got out with their sanity supposedly still intact, I decided to take that idea and
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Round-Up: Contest – Win Tickets to 400 Days L.A. Screening, Mr. Lockjaw Trailer, New Cavity Colors Shirt, Bubba The Redneck Werewolf Poster

Happy New Year, Daily Dead-ites! To kick off the new year, we have details on the L.A. screening of 400 Days as well as information on how to win tickets to the event. Also in this round-up: a trailer for Mr. Lockjaw, details on Cavity Colors' Terror 2016 shirt, and a poster for Bubba the Redneck Werewolf.

400 Days L.A. Screening Prize Details: (2) Winners will receive (2) tickets to the 7:30 pm Pst screening of 400 Days at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, January 8th.

How to Enter: For a chance to win, email with the subject “400 Days Contest”. Be sure to include your name, guest's name, and mailing address.

Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01 am Est on Thursday, January 7th. This contest is only open to those who are 21 years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.
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January VOD Releases Include Cherry Tree, The Abandoned, 400 Days

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In terms of VOD offerings, 2016 is off to a quiet but stellar start as the genre titles arriving in January include a handful of noteworthy indie horror films that should help ease the post-holiday doldrums.

Two movies I enjoyed during the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival—The Abandoned and Intruders—are both making their VOD debuts this month and Synchronicity, the neo-noir sci-fi thriller from Magnet Releasing, also arrives on January 22nd. The animated horror comedy Hell and Back is also coming to VOD this month and the new distro shingle SyFy Films is releasing 400 Days this January as well.

Condemned (Rlj Entertainment) – January 5th

In Condemned, fed up with her parents’ bickering, poor-little-rich-girl Maya (Dylan Penn) moves in with her boyfriend who is squatting in an old, condemned building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. With neighbors that are meth heads, junkies and degenerates, this depraved hell hole is even
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Round-Up: Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse Bts Clip, Jack’S Back Blu-ray, Free Unotld Comic, 400 Days, Howl, Indigenous

As a means of contributing more awesome cat photos to the "Interwebs", the makers of Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse created a website dedicated to zombifying your feline friend. Also: a clip from Scouts Guide, Jack's Back Blu-ray details, Unotld comic details, a 400 Days trailer, Howl release details, and Indigenous stills.

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse: "Zombify Your Cat allows you to transform little Fluffy into a terrifyingly hungry undead creation.

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is available now on Digital HD and On Demand, and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on 1/5.

Three scouts and lifelong friends join forces with one badass cocktail waitress to become the world’s most unlikely team of heroes. When their peaceful town is ravaged by a zombie invasion, they’ll fight for the badge of a lifetime and put their scouting skills to the test to save mankind from the undead.
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400 Days of Isolation and Containment Begin to Wear Down the Mind in this Trailer

400 Days is a new sci-fi horror film from New Artists Alliance. The first trailer for the film debuted on Quiet Earth, recently and it can be found here, as well. The clip shows a psychological experiment taking place deep below ground. Events take a surreal turn after an injection and a trip to the surface. 400 Days stars Dane Cook (Mr. Brooks), Caity Lotz (The Pact) and Grant Bowler. To be released in early 2016, more details on the film are hosted here. For more on the story, four astronauts are brought into a simulated mission. Their goal is to reach a distant planet, through this altered reality. They will be locked away for 400 days and the cramped compartments and repetitive scenarios begin to have an effect on the astronauts' minds. However, this mission might actually be real, with the astronauts deceived about their real purpose and mission goals. Psychological experiments can often involve medications.
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‘Draft Day’ DVD Review

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Stars: Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary, Sean Combs, Frank Langella, Sam Elliot, Rosanna Arquette, Terry Crews, Tom Welling, Ellen Burstyn | Written by Scott Rothman, Rajiv Joseph | Directed by Ivan Reitman

Ok, so it’s fair to say I’m not a sports guy. I hated playing sports in high school, I don’t watch sports on TV (well apart from the odd Superbowl on Channel 4 back when I was a teenager) and I certainly would never choose to watch sports over a movie. But what about sports movies? I’m a sucker for them! Of course it helped that I had a parent who loved the feel-good underdog stories that many a sports flick was essentially built around. Thanks to my mum I grew up watching sports movies such as Major League, Lucas, Field of Dreams, Hoosiers, The Mighty Ducks and many more…

But in recent years it
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Dane Cook talks 'Troublemaker,' Louis C.K., and all the haters

Dane Cook talks 'Troublemaker,' Louis C.K., and all the haters
The mid-2000s were some pretty damn good years for Dane Cook. In '06, the Comedy Central alum's Retaliation became the bestselling comedy album in 28 years, going platinum; Rolling Stone named him Hot Comic of the Year. Cook was the comic messiah of frat boys. Then in late '07—the same year Cook became the second comedian ever to sell out at Madison Square Garden—the tides began to turn against him, as they often do. Of course, Cook always had detractors—but at some point, the loathing reached critical mass, tipping the scales of public consensus. Dane Cook-fatigue set in.
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Exclusive: Planes: Fire & Rescue Gets Thunderstruck in New Clip

Planes’ world famous air racer (and former small-town crop-dusting plane), Dusty Crophopper, is back in his own sequel, Planes: Fire & Rescue. This time Dusty shifts gears and joins an aerial firefighting unit after learning that his engine is damaged, resulting in the end of his racing career.

Planes: Fire & Rescue stars Ed Harris, who will also be in theatres in this month’s Snowpiercer, Jerry Stiller(“Seinfeld”), Dane Cook (Mr. Brooks), and Julie Bowen (“Modern Family”). It will be released July 18, 2014.

Cineplex has an exclusive clip from the film, where Dusty and his fellow firefighters prepare for battle against a wildfire – all to the tune of “Thunderstuck” by AC/DC. Check out the clip below!
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Isa of the Day: Sam Blan of Inception Film Partners

Our International Sales Agent (Isa) of the Day coverage is back again for this year's Cannes Film Festival. We will feature successful, upcoming, innovative and trailblazing agents from around the world, and cover the latest trends in sales and distribution. Beyond the numbers and deals, this segment will also share inspirational and unique stories of how these individuals have evolved and paved their way in the industry, and what they envision for the new waves in global cinema.

Isa of the Day Sam Blan is an Executive at the Los Angeles based Inception Film Partners. His intercultural perspective, worldviews and devotion to exploring new ways of reaching and understanding audiences through new platforms and technology makes him an asset and a shining example of where the new generation of the film industry is going. Beyond the ins and outs of business and numbers, Sam understands the importance of positivity and community in the film business. He connects his career and drive to the greater picture of the world, and sees film as a tool of understanding that can heal on the global scale and transform cultural barriers.

Sam shares more about his partners, Cannes and his inspiration:

Who makes up Inception?

The company is only made up of the people who work for it everyday. Inception Media Group is a parent company operated by partners David Borshell and Andy Reimer. I work most closely with Evp of sales and distribution, Jim Harvey, who has been in sales for over twenty-one years, and has worked for companies such as Myriad, Lakeshore, Bold and Summit. He has sold movies like Drive with Ryan Gosling, Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman, and Mr. Brooks with Kevin Costner.

I speak fluent Arabic, so having language skills is highly useful in our work. What really makes us different is that we don't just go to festivals. We'll go to consumer electronic shows, licensing expos; we're always thinking outside of the box of not just how to create content, but also how the content is being consumed. How is it being bought, and more importantly, what are the trends facing the future? That's the difference from many other companies. We'll go the extra mile to look at something to understand who is the audience and how they'll be reached.

What does Inception have at Cannes this year?

We have a big animation film called Almost Heroes 3D with Taylor Kitsch, James Woods, Jon Heder, Jennette McCurdy and Carla Gugino (and many others) at the market. We're bringing two new pre-sellable films called Sexy Criminals, and 1001 Bullets. As far as newer acquisitions, we have a hilarious film called May the Best Man Win, which came out of SXSW. It will be released theatrically in the United States. We have another film called VANish, with Maiara Walsh and Danny Trejo, that's in a similar vein to Reservoir Dogs meets Buried (See Inception's full Cannes lineup below).

How are sales this year?

So far, so good. I was part of a company called Strategic Film Partners for two and a half years and then Inception Media Group bought it and turned into Inception Film Partners. With the titles that we acquired like Almost Heroes and Barefoot (acquired from Wme), we're definitely in a solid place. We're growing and getting more and more traction.

Who are your buyers?

We deal with buyers from all around the world, but it just depends. It doesn't really matter as far as trying to get access to the buyers, especially when you have a seasoned veteran like Jim on your team. It's a matter of having the right content. We'll deal with everyone like Village Roadshow and BSkyB. We deal with all the major buyers including the studios, such as Sony (which we have done several deals with), mini-majors, and go all the way down to the smaller scale buyers.

We're obviously a newer entity, which comes with the trials and tribulations of any new company. We try to be as transparent as possible. In this business there's a lot of smoke and mirrors, and I'm upfront with what we're trying to create as a business. That's one of the things that we pride ourselves on; we're always going to be honest.

Our estimates are always a little more conservative, because we'd rather be as exact as possible. Window dressing estimates is rampant in our business, but a hard drama usually won't sell in Asia, for instance, so why put an inflated number? To get the movie or make it under false pretenses??? We tell people to make their film budget a little lower, and expect a number that's not going to necessarily be what they think. We want to be as pragmatic as possible. We normally over deliver on expectations because we started from a base that was realistic. Jim consistently exceeds those expectations.

Where does your drive come from and where do you see yourself going?

It beats going to law school, number one! I did really well on my Lsats, and much to my father's chagrin, I said I'm going to Hollywood. Aside from winning young author competitions and being in theater, I really knew nothing about the industry. Furthermore, I was watching television one day when I was 23 years old, and I just didn't like what I was watching. I thought to myself, "I can do so much better than that, and I think it's one of those things where we can't allow mediocrity to be the norm. "

Unfortunately, there's a lot of it in this industry. I'm as guilty of it as anyone else...working with things that are not to the standard of what we'd like to have out there, but I want to learn and grow as much as possible. I’m an autodidact, and will always be. I love and enjoy entertainment. I just want to share it, because storytelling is the conduit of life in our civilization.

One of my favorite quotes, from Martin Scorsese, is "Now more than ever, we need to talk to each other, to listen to each other and understand how we see the world, and cinema is the best medium for doing this." This quote always gets me, because cinema can transcend boundaries. I'm of Palestinian descent. I speak Arabic, and I travel to the Middle East and all around the world. I'm an interculturalist, and to be able to understand different cultures and use cinema to bridge those gaps is a phenomenal gift. I want to bridge the gap between the east and west and bring meaningful cinema to the world. In order to do that, you have to raise the bar for yourself and for everybody else.

Are there popular films that actually transcend cultural barriers?

At the end of the day, you have to look at one of the best selling genres: family, because it covers the universal themes: happiness, love and the importance of relationships with kith and kin. We all smile in the same language. Other genres such as action work as well. The Hunger Games worked worldwide. I've been a big comic book nerd my whole life, and I think a lot of those stories transcend really well. They come with universal themes. For example, when you talk about Iron Man, it's not just about a guy in a metal suit. It's about a guy who tries to use his power for good to advance the human race. Just look at someone who I admire, Elon Musk, as a real life example of who director Jon Favreau wanted to portray. Although, Marvel’s Iron Man was around way before Elon came on the scene. There are examples like this throughout our movie history. It's the same thing with Spiderman; a normal guy becomes a superhero, and most people can relate to that.

One of the best selling intellectual properties in the Middle East right now is actually about regular people becoming superheroes, and we had a similar show in the USA called Heroes. Everybody around the world can relate to stories when shared through the lens of the heroic journey. When you make it relatable to audiences, they buy tickets and jump on board.

I'm also excited for a lot of films coming out of the Middle East. Look at Omar that was up for the best foreign film in the Oscars. This film helped to explore the political discourse of Palestine and Israel.

Do you have any comments on the film business and its greater community and culture?

Let's help each other out. Every company is obviously in competition, but when I see someone create a good film or something else that's really awesome, I don't get envious of it. I applaud it. It's only good for the industry. When people create good content, it's good for everyone. A lot of people in the industry tear each other down and I think its Bs. It's high time that we all help each other out and rise together. That's what I hope to do in my career. I want to inspire people in my field. I want them to inspire me, and I think it needs to happen more.

Inception Film Partners' Cannes Lineup:

Almost Heroes 3D

Making the Best Man Win

Breaking the Rules


Sexy Criminals

1001 Bullets



More about Inception Film Partners:

Inception Film Partners is a worldwide motion picture and content sales, representation, distribution, finance and production company which has been in operation since 2004.

Ifp has experienced explosive growth in its eight years of operation, having distributed a tremendous number of pictures through major studios, TV networks and other independent distributors--both domestically and internationally.

Studios and other domestic and international distributors have come to rely on Ifp's steady flow of product to help fulfill their demanding release schedules. Through representing filmmakers and their films as well as producing their own content, Ifp has been able to provide a steady flow of pictures that consistently and repeatedly find their way onto the tops of industry sales charts. In addition to maintaining a core focus in global feature film distribution and production, Ifp is rapidly expanding to other areas including transmedia and branded entertainment.
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The Kevin Costner Renaissance Has Only Just Begun

It’s been some time since the heyday of Kevin Costner’s prime. I’m talking about those sweet years between 1987 (The Untouchables) and 1994 (Wyatt Earp), when he was a regular box office draw, an award-winning director, and the president of sports movies. It’s not that he disappeared exactly. In fact, Costner’s been remarkably consistent in appearing in almost a movie a year. It’s more that the quality and profile of those films has diminished, and him a bit too in the process. There have been exceptions of course – Thirteen Days, Open Range, The Upside of Anger, TV’s Hatfields & McCoys. But a look at his projects between 2006 and 2013 – The Guardian, Mr. Brooks, Swing Vote, The New Daughter, The Company Men &ndash...

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‘Draft Day’ Trailer & Poster: Kevin Costner Versus the NFL Draft

The apex of Kevin Costner’s long, iconic career came in the form of his monumentally successful 1990 Western epic Dances With Wolves, which won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Costner. For many, the actor-director’s downturn started with 1995′s Waterworld followed by apocalyptic-mailman debacle The Postman.

The truth, of course, is that Kevin Costner never really stopped working, but never quite re-captured his post-Dances With Wolves level of stardom. The past half-decade or so has seen a period of rehabilitation for the actor’s career, arguably beginning with his surprisingly arresting turn as a serial killer in Mr. Brooks, along with his role as a mentor figure for Ben Affleck’s bitter, laid-off corporate drone in The Company Men. Then came his killer role in The History Channel’s surprise hit mini-series Hatfields & ...

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50 to 1 Trailer and Poster - The Story of 2009 Kentucky Derby Winner Mine That Bird

Catch the pleasing first trailer as well as the poster for 50 to 1 starring Skeet Ulrich, Christian Kane and William Devane. This is the story about a misfit group of New Mexico cowboys who find themselves on the journey of a lifetime when their crooked-footed racehorse called Mine That Bird qualifies for the Kentucky Derby. The cowboys face a series of mishaps on their way to Churchill Downs, becoming the ultimate underdogs in a final showdown with the world’s racing elite. It's not Seabiscuit, or Disney's Secretariat, as well, it doesn't have the budget, nor is it as serious, but looks to be more lighthearted and fun. Jim Wilson, producer of various Kevin Costner films like Swing Vote, Mr. Brooks, The Postman, Wyatt Earp, The Bodyguard and Dances with Wolves, directs from a script he wrote with Faith Conroy.
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Skeet Ulrich Stars In Horse Racing Film 50 To 1 About Kentucky Derby’s “Mine That Bird”

Mine That Bird, the underdog racehorse that won the 2009 Kentucky Derby, is the focus of a new Hollywood film 50 To 1 that opens in theaters March 21, 2014.

The news was announced by 50 To 1 director, producer, co-writer and racehorse owner Jim Wilson (Oscar-winning producer of “Dances With Wolves”).

Skeet Ulrich (Jericho, “Scream,” “As Good As It Gets”), Christian Kane (Leverage), William Devane (24, “The Dark Knight Rises”), Todd Lowe (True Blood, Gilmore Girls) and newcomer Madelyn Deutch star in the film alongside real-life jockey Calvin Borel, who plays himself in the picture. Faith Conroy co-wrote the script with Wilson.

(via Christian Kane’s Facebook page)

The film, which is rooted in New Mexico and shot in over 30 locations throughout the state—from Santa Fe to Las Cruces—will kick off the theatrical release with the world premiere in Albuquerque at the historic KiMo Theatre on March 19th.

50 To 1 is about a misfit group of
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Ten of Horror's Most Disarming Psychopaths

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Ten of Horror's Most Disarming Psychopaths
Many psycho killers in film and television are imposing, scary creeps that no one in their right mind would ever get into a car with, or even sit next to on public transit. But a psychopath of the more cunning variety will take you out to dinner and the opera before revealing his or her true motive and subsequently stabbing, strangling, bludgeoning, or carving you to death... and the funny thing is that you won’t even know what hit you. This rarer breed of maniac is all the more terrifying because there are often precious few warning signs... if any. They've learned to assimilate with modern society and blend into a crowd, or at the very least, avoid standing out. The following list represents some classic examples of this craftier brand of crazy. [Note: Big-time spoilers ahead] Norman Bates (Psycho, 1960) Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is such a nice boy. He'll make you a
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Really Cool Superman: Man of Steel Concept Art Discovered

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Really Cool Superman: Man of Steel Concept Art Discovered
Here’s some really cool concept art for the comic book movie “Superman: Man of Steel” by director Zack Snyder (Sucker Punch, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, 300) stars Henry Cavill (The Cold Light of Day, The Tudors), Amy Adams (The Muppets, On The Road), Russell Crowe (The Man with the Iron Fists, Robin Hood), Diane Lane (Secretariat, Jumper) and Kevin Costner (Django Unchained, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout, Mr. Brooks). Synopsis: In the pantheon of superheroes, Superman is the most recognized and revered character of all time. Clark Kent/Kal-El (Henry Cavill) is a young twenty-something journalist who feels alienated by powers beyond his imagination. Transported years ago [ Read More ]

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Two New TV Spots for Superman: Man of Steel Released

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Two New TV Spots for Superman: Man of Steel Released
Check out two brand new movie trailers for the upcoming comic book movie “Superman: Man of Steel” by director Zack Snyder (Sucker Punch, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, 300) stars Henry Cavill (The Cold Light of Day, The Tudors), Amy Adams (The Muppets, On The Road), Russell Crowe (The Man with the Iron Fists, Robin Hood), Diane Lane (Secretariat, Jumper) and Kevin Costner (Django Unchained, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout, Mr. Brooks). Synopsis: In the pantheon of superheroes, Superman is the most recognized and revered character of all time. Clark Kent/Kal-El (Henry Cavill) is a young twenty-something journalist who feels alienated by powers beyond his imagination. Transported [ Read More ]

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Watch The Latest Superman: Man of Steel TV Spot

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Watch The Latest Superman: Man of Steel TV Spot
Watch the latest TV spot for the upcoming comic book movie “Superman: Man of Steel” by director Zack Snyder (Sucker Punch, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, 300) stars Henry Cavill (The Cold Light of Day, The Tudors), Amy Adams (The Muppets, On The Road), Russell Crowe (The Man with the Iron Fists, Robin Hood), Diane Lane (Secretariat, Jumper) and Kevin Costner (Django Unchained, Field of Dreams 2: Lockout, Mr. Brooks). Synopsis: In the pantheon of superheroes, Superman is the most recognized and revered character of all time. Clark Kent/Kal-El (Henry Cavill) is a young twenty-something journalist who feels alienated by powers beyond his imagination. Transported years ago [ Read More ]

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