Monday, December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas. I hope you got everything you asked for. Now, next year, I have a recommendation for your wishlist. That right, from is this news that LEGO has landed ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit. Lego has the official site, up but it's devoid of anything other than this teasing image.

And can't believe I forgot to blog The Hobbit trailer. If you haven't seen it five times already, you can watch it in HD below.

Monday, December 19, 2011

The Dark Knight Rises Trailer

There is nothing else to say, but that this looks awesome.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

G.I. Joe has flying ninjas!

Here's the trailer for G.I. Joe: Retribution. It's the sequel to one of my favorite bad movies, it's directed by the guy that gave us the Justin Bieber movie, and uses a voiceover from The Rock for the trailer, and yet despite all this, it somehow looks totally awesome. I think it's the not-actually-flying-but-close-enough ninjas. Also, Bruce Willis.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Week Links: Posters, rumors, trailers

This week, we have more Star Trek rumors, because those just don't get old. Also, more casting for Ender's Game, and then some teaser posters, including the one pictured right here. Then there's a trailer for Battleship, a film from the school of thought that says a) You can make a movie based on anything, and 2) Absolutely anyone can act. Or at least get some attention, and that's the whole point of filmmaking isn't it? There should also be a trailer for G.I. Joe 2 released later today, so I'll post that when I get a chance. Anyway, Happy Monday, your links are below.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Week Links: Ender, Star Trek, Troopers, Thor

Okay, I was day late with this week's collection of links, hopefully it won't happen again. However, it's been an exciting week, especially if you're into probably unsubstantiated Star Trek rumors. Also random remakes, and problems for the God of Thunder. Meanwhile, I'm reading Micro, Michael Crichton's final work completed by Richard Preston. So far, it seems like a classic return to Crichton's great works.