Warm Bodies

As far as Zombies go, I can say that this was the sweetest and most adorable of any existing zombie movie out there.  Then there was the Romero and Juliet aspect of the story.  I have to hand it to the author; he knew exactly how to structure the story in such a way as to create a heartwarming story.  Especially that terrace scene.  Perfect! … Continue reading Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies Gets A Sweet, Funny New Poster

By: Eric Eisenberg When the first trailer arrived last week a lot of people quickly changed their minds about the upcoming zom-rom-com Warm Bodies. While the first few official stills seemed to paint it as “Twilight with zombies” (it doesn’t help that it’s being released by the same studio), the footage we saw on Thursday replaced ideas of moody, sparkly members of the undead with … Continue reading Warm Bodies Gets A Sweet, Funny New Poster

First Look At Nicholas Hoult As A Zombie In Warm Bodies

By: Eric Eisenberg Nicholas Hoult is no stranger to heavy makeup. While he looked fairly normal at the start of last summer’s X-Men: First Class, by the end of the movie he was blue, had an animal-like face, and was furry all over. In Jonathan Levine‘s Warm Bodies he will once again be undergoing a physical transformation, but instead of looking like a fuzzy beast, this … Continue reading First Look At Nicholas Hoult As A Zombie In Warm Bodies

Alison Brie, Teresa Palmer, Emilia Clarke And More Being Tested For Captain America: The Winter Soldier

By: Eric Eisenberg Because the end of Captain America: The First Avenger turned Steve Rogers into a capsicle for 40 years, it was pretty obvious that Haley Atwell’s role as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe would be reduced to a one-time thing (barring any cameos with her in old age makeup). That said, Cap is still a young guy in the post-Avengers world … Continue reading Alison Brie, Teresa Palmer, Emilia Clarke And More Being Tested For Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Five Join Cut Bank Including Armie Hammer, Sir Ben Kingsley And John Malkovich

By: Jesse Carp The crime thriller Cut Bank just added some serious experience to the otherwise freshman affair. The ‘Black List’ script was written by first time feature screenwriter Roberto Patinoa, whose previous credits only include the short-lived yet critically well received remake of Prime Suspect for NBC. Also making his film debut with Cut Bank is director Matt Shakman, again known for his wonderful work … Continue reading Five Join Cut Bank Including Armie Hammer, Sir Ben Kingsley And John Malkovich