The headline really speaks for itself here.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Watch the trailer for Synecdoche, New York after the jump Synecdoche, New York sounds pretty kooky.
My first thought when I opened this video was, "Aw, man, 8 minutes.
The only description I have of this sorta NWS Calvin Klein ad featuring Eva Mendes (video after the jump) is:This recent commercial for Calvin Klein's Secret Obsession has been banned by all TV network stations because they feel Eva Mendes is too sexy in the ad.
I’ve always said that Anne Hathaway could be the next big thing if she ever got a role that was more in line with her talents.
This is the trailer for Japanese director Takashi Miike’s English-language Samurai western, Sukiyaki Western Django.
Sorry for the slight departure this morning folks, but I just ran across this Bloodsport gif animation, and I think you'll agree that it's pretty much the best thing ever.
After the jump I've got the red-band trailer for Choke, adapted from the Chuck Palahniuk novel.
An LA Times writer recently covered the problems Spike Jonze has been having with Where the Wild Things Are.
WATCH THE PROMO REEL FOR ONG BAK 2 AFTER THE JUMPCompared to Tony Jaa, all other martial artists are made of girl parts.
Last we heard of Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers' adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, they'd bumped the released date to<a href="http://filmdrunk.com/post.phtml?pk=1218" target="_blank"> October 2009 </a>and were doing reshoots that may or may not cut the balls off the movie.
It might be too much to hope for that this will ever happen, but in a recent interview, Ridley Scott discussed adapting No Country for Old Men author Cormac McCarthy's 1985 masterpiece, Blood Meridian.
Also available in HD over at <a href="http://www.apple.com/trailers/magnolia/gonzo/trailer/" target="_blank">Apple</a>, this is the trailer for Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr.
Normally I wouldn't use "totally awesome" in a headline without at least a hint of sarcasm, but I feel this ad for a TV showing of Kill Bill in Auckland, New Zealand warrants it.
This picture comes courtesy of an <a href="http://www.ew.com/ew/gallery/0,,20202195_20,00.html" target="_blank">Entertainment Weekly gallery</a> of tattoos featuring famous people.
<a href="http://filmdrunk.com/post.phtml?pk=1788" target="_blank">Synecdoche New York</a> is the directing debut of screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, which is about all I need to know in order to have a raging nerd boner over it.
Some facts about <a href="http://filmdrunk.com/index.phtml?t=CHOKE" target="_blank">Choke</a> (trailer after jump):* Based on a book by <a href="http://filmdrunk.com/index.phtml?t=CHUCK+PALAHNIUK" target="_blank">Chuck Palahniuk</a>* Stars Sam Rockwell* Main character awesomely named Victor Mancini* Revolves around a sex-addicted historical interpreter who pretends to choke on food at restaurants and then bilks money from the people who save himThe toughest part about this for me won’t be the decision whether to attend, but rather how to disguise my nerd boner on the way past the ticket agent (and sweatpants do NOT work, trust me).
Yesterday I brought you knews that Werner Herzog had signed on to direct a remake of Bad Lieutenant starring Nic Cage.
The New York Times recently did a <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/04/movies/moviesspecial/04ciep.html?_r=2&ref=movies&oref=slogin&oref=slogin" target="_blank">big article</a> on Hancock, and suddenly it sounds a lot more interesting.