Jurassic World

Jurassic World: There will be blood, evidently, in Jurrassic World, the next installment of the dinosaur series that’s due in theaters next year. Director Colin Treverrow shared a photo from the film that features a bloody handprint, a good indication that things will go very, very wrong, which we would expect anytime a dinosaur gets too close to a human. The movie opens on June 12, 2015. [Twitter via Collider]

 

Tammy

Tammy: In celebration of the release of Melissa McCarthy’s new comedy Tammy, in theaters on July 2, pie trucks rolled through Los Angeles, New York and Toronto over the weekend, offering free pies. McCarthy and her husband Ben Falcone posed in front of one of the trucks; the couple wrote the script together, and Falcone directed. [Warner Bros.]

 

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby Trailer: Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy star in a new trailer for The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, a romantic tale that is actually two movies in one. Writer-director Ned Benson made two complete, slightly different versions, one from the woman’s perspective and one from the male point of view; now he’s reedited the two into one movie that will open in theaters on September 26. [Yahoo]

 

Audition

Audition: Mario Kassar, who served as executive producer of the Terminator series, Basic Instinct and many more, now plans to serve up an Americanized version of Audition, a novel by Japanese author Ryu Murakami. Takashi Miike’s adaptation caused a sensation when it was released more than 10 years ago, due in large part to explicit, squirm-inducing scenes of violence. Like the original, the new film will revolve around a lonely man who stages fake auditions to find a new girlfriend, only to attract a quietly dangerous woman. [Deadline]

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