Ahoy movie loving Towelites, we have another epic edition of Trailers Galore for you! Get ready for the thrills of Busting Ghosts, the depression of Ben Affleck’s chin, and the seduction of Scarlet Johansson’s very existence. Why are we waiting for what could be the most epic footage of our lives?
First up, Studio Ghibli is back with it’s newest feature, When Marnie Was There. The film is by the director of the Secret World of Arietty, Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Marnie will premiere in Japan next week, no US release date yet.
David Fincher is one of the most prolific directors of our times and his newest film, Gone Girl, looks to keep up the tradition of moody and great filmmaking. Ben Affleck stars as a man accused of making his wife disappear as he tries to find out where she’s gone. It will be released on October 3rd.
I’ve been waiting for Luc Besson to make his way back to America cinemas for some time. The Family wasn’t a bad flick, but I yeanred for an action sci-fi film, and Lucy looks to deliver. We have a red-band trailer for the film starring Scarlett Johansson and the film opens July 25th.
I didn’t see the first Sharknado film but this new one looks…well, exactly the same. If it aint broke, don’t fix it I guess. Syfy has to be doing something right. Right? It will head to a small screen near you on July 30th.
It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Terry Gilliam bring his unique vision up to the big screen, and he’s back with another mind-bender in Zero Theorem. The film stars Christophe Waltz as Qohen Leth, a computer hacker who searches for the meaning of life while being distracted by Management, a shadowy figure from an Orwellian corporation. Sure. It opens up on September 19th, and I’ll see it.
The Hunger Games is continuing to be one of the best franchises ever, and the newest installment will be making it’s way to theaters
November 21st. If it follows close to the book, this first part of Mockingjay will be super boring, depressing, and political. Let’s hope the filmmakers take some artistic liberties.
Finally, it’s been 30 years since The Ghostbusters strapped on their proton packs and slimed into the theaters. With that auspicious occasion, we are getting a re-release of one of the best movies of our time as it comes back to the big screen on August 30th. I’m gonna Bust so Good!