A lot of this fall’s hottest releases premiered at film festivals in the last few days, and going by all the positive buzz it’s looking to be a great season at the movies. Here are some of the best blurbs we’ve seen so far on some of our most anticipated titles:
Steve Jobs (Oct. 9)
Danny Boyle’s movie about the titular tech… Continue reading Early Buzz On This Fall's Prestige Films: 'Steve Jobs,' 'Black Mass' and More
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Honest Trailers takes on Interstellar, and it’s the most perfect one yet:
We haven’t felt this good about robot love since Wall-E met Eve: watch R2-D2 find romance (via Geekologie):
Jorge Luengo’s mash-up of Lost in Translation and Her emphasize how connected the films are — the latter is actually sort… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Honest Trailer for 'Interstellar,' Han Solo Coffee Table, R2-D2 Falls in Love and More
Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Other Woman – $ 24.7 million ($ 24.7 million total)
2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $ 16.0 million ($ 224.8 million total)
3. Heaven is for Real – $ 13.8 million ($ 51.9 million total)
4. Rio 2 – $ 13.6 million ($ 96.1 million total)
5. Brick Mansions – $ 9.6
You can’t control who you fall in love with.
That’s what Joaquin Phoenix finds out in Spike Jonze’s bittersweet new romantic dramedy, “Her.” As outlined in a new trailer, Phoenix plays Theodore Twombly, a writer who’s still recovering from a breakup when he gets an intelligent home operating system.
Soon, Theodore’s relationship with “Samantha” (the voice of Scarlett Johansson) starts to deepen and evolve. “It’s been a long… Continue reading Spike Jonze's 'Her' Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Falls in Love With a Computer (VIDEO)