The Midnight Meat Train - Poster, Still, Trailer
Ready for a little bit of blood and guts with your subway ride? The trailer looks suitably creepy, and the poster and still I have gotten ahold of seem to support that idea. Bradley Cooper stars as a photographer working for Brooke Shields, who witnesses some nastiness committed by Vinnie Jones. This marks Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura's (Versus, Azumi) English language debut working from source material provided by horror legend Clive Barker. I don't know about you, but this could prove to be a slice of excellence (please). Anyway, take a look for yourself:
The Forbidden Kingdom - Poster, Trailer
Jackie Chan and Jet Li in the same movie — what more can any self-respecting martial arts fan want in a movie? Seriously, this has the potential for being an absolute classic. But — yes, there is a but — I am not sure about this story. It is based on the story of the Monkey King, which is also the basis for DragonBall Z, I believe. Michael Angarano stars as Jason, a modern teen who unlocks a secret and is thrust back in time where he is charged with freeing the Monkey King from his prison. In order to do this, he must learn kung fu. He does this with the help of a wise kung fu master, played by Jackie Chan, and a band of warriors that includes Silent Monk, played by Jet Li. Once the clips move to the past, this movie looks simply amazing. I hope it lives up to expectations. It is being directed by Rob Minkoff, who last directed 2003's Eddie Murphy comedy The Haunted Mansion.
Definitely, Maybe - Poster, Stills
Definitely, Maybe is a new romantic comedy that looks like it could be fun. It doesn't hurt that it has an appealing cast and a premise that feels somewhat fresh. Ryan Reynolds stars as a single father taking care of Abigail Breslin. Breslin wishes to know about her mother and Reynolds is reluctant to say, so he makes up a story involving his three serious girlfriends. Those girlfriends are played by Elizabeth Banks, Rachel Weisz, and Isla Fisher. A ton of new stills and a new poster have been released and are here for your viewing pleasure (and don't forget the previously posted trailer):