Witches are real in this first trailer for SALEM


Yesterday we learnt of cable network WGN America’s plans to start producing their own original content, with an adaptation of DC Comics’ gritty, grounded and very realistic “undercover agent on a Native American reservation” series,?Scalped. All adjectives that will probably never be used to describe their other entrant,?Salem.

As the name implies, the series has to do with the infamous witch hunts in the 17th century US town, only in this case, the witches are completely real. And rather attractive. Yes, one of America’s most shameful acts human rights violations is being turned into a sexy, supernatural TV series, and here’s the fittingly unsubtle trailer to prove it.

I can’t say that this quite grabs my attention yet, but I felt the same way about?Sleepy Hollow when I saw its brash trailers, and ended up loving how dark and unhinged that show is. The man behind?Salem?is none other longtime?Star Trek TV series and 24?stalwart Brannon Braga, so I am more than willing to give it the benefit of the doubt for now though.

Salem premiers this Sunday on US network Fox21. No word on whether it will reach our TV shores.

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This new trailer for X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST has no future


I like to think of X-Men: First Class as a solid new direction for the species known as Homo Cinematicus. It was a damn good movie, filled with new energy, a great cast and the swinging seventies. Fast forward a few years later, and the future looks rather crap. But hell, at least something has survived from the First Class era, and that’s an X-Men battle where the guys will go down swinging.

The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future.

There’s plenty of new footage in this latest trailer for X-Men: DOFP. Wolverine is in charge as usual, Beast looks like he has managed to stop shedding blue fur and we find out where Magneto has been kept for the last couple of years, as well as a taste of just how powerful he really is. Even with a major cast, the latest X-Men movie feels like a gambit. Look at the global box office numbers of the entire franchise to date:

X-Men – $296.3 MillionX-Men 2?- $407.7 MillionX-Men 3: The Last Stand?- $459.3 MillionX-Men Origins: Wolverine?- $373 MillionX-Men: First Class?- $353.6 MillionThe Wolverine?- $414 Million

Not a single one of the X-movies has managed to break the $500 million barrier, although the end results are still impressive. Say what you like about Brett Ratner, but the man clearly knows how to drive audiences into seats. The latest X-Flick has a budget that is rumoured to be at around $225 million. Throw in advertising, and this film will need to cross that massive threshold just to break even. Fox is clearly going all in with this project, banking on Jennifer Lawrence’s rising star power, Hugh Jackman’s familiarity as the Wolverine and Michael Fassbender’s presence to bring in the gold.

Should be interesting to see how the movie does when it launches on May 23.

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This trailer for GOD’S POCKET is getting blood all over your pants


Just the other day we saw the trailer for?A Most Wanted Man, one of the final films finished by Philip Seymour Hoffman before his unexpected death earlier in the year. He had also been working on the final two chapters in?Hunger Games?saga, which which are, admittedly, the type of blockbuster spectacle that Hoffman didn’t usually go for in his career. He mostly preferred his movies smaller, more character driven, more morally complex and it looks God’s Pocket, the last film he completed shooting, is exactly that. Judging from this trailer, it??has thriller aspects, drama, black comedy, tragedy and Christina Hendricks. What more could you ask for in a swan song?

“Mad Men” star John Slattery (who co-wrote with Alex Metcalf) directs the May 9 release, set in the gritty, blue-collar neighborhood of “God’s Pocket.” There, Mickey Scarpato’s crazy stepson, Leon, is killed in a construction “accident,” and Mickey quickly tries to bury the bad news with the body. But when a local columnist comes sniffing around for the truth, things go from bad to worse. Mickey finds himself stuck in a life-and-death struggle compounded by a body he can’t bury, a wife he can’t please, and a debt he can’t pay.

God’s Pocket also stars John Turturro, Caleb Landry Jones and Glen Fleshler, and will see a limited release on May 9, 2014.

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Top List Thursday – 10 Worst Comic Relief Characters in Movies

Movie heroes sometimes take themselves way too seriously. This is probably because (unless you’re an 80′s action hero) there’s often not much time to come up with icebreaking one liners while fighting for your life, finding a loved one or whatever it is movie heroes do. And that’s where the comic relief character comes in. The guy/girl the writer has thrown in to add that much needed touch of levity. Except sometimes, not only is their touch not needed, it’s downright annoying, threatening to ruin the whole film. Here are 10 cases where just that happened.

Willie Scott (Kate Capshaw) – Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


I would love to know just what happened to Steven Spielberg between 1981 and 1984 to change his view on women so drastically. In?Raiders of the Lost Ark he created Marion Ravenwood, a fist fighting, drink swilling badass who stood up to Nazis; about as perfectly written a female character as there could be. And then for Indiana Jones’ next adventure, he created Willie Scott, a Shanghai club singer who is just about every bad cliche about female characters all rolled up into one. She’s only interested in men with money, she cares more about her cracked nails than any real perils, she’s constantly – CONSTANTLY – screeching at the slightest sign of anything creepy or crawly, she’s utterly useless in any physical situation, and nearly gets Indy and Short Round killed several times due to myopic ditziness.

Why the hell would Spielberg create this character for his movie? Oh yeah, he ended up schtuping (and marrying) actress Kate Capshaw.

Leo Getz (Joe Pesci) – Lethal Weapon 2- 4

Okay okay okay. Okay okay. Okay okay okay okay okay. Okay oka- RIGGS AND MURTAUGH SHOOT HIM IN THE MOUTH NOW PLEASE!

(Admittedly, Joe Pesci’s Getz actually wasn’t bad in?Lethal Weapon 2, but the longer he hung around, the more you wanted to boot your boot on his throat.)

Ruby Rhod (Chris Tucker) – The Fifth Element

I think when Luc Besson looked at Bruce Willis’ uber cool Corben Dallas in wacky sci-fi actioner, The Fifth Element,?he must have thought, “Hmmm. That Willis is just too cool. His one-liners too blithe. Plus, he definitely doesn’t scream enough. Especially not in those high notes that give dogs toothache. I better bring in somebody else who is willing to shatter eardrums with his voice, because everybody knows how funny that is. I wonder what that Chris Tucker is up to?”

Malak (Tracey Walter) – Conan the Destroyer

Let’s be fair,?Conan the Destroyer is not a great movie, especially when compared to it’s vaunted predecessor. After original director John Milius didn’t return, and producer Dino DeLaurentis decided to tone the movie down from a R-rating to just PG-13, they were already off to a rocky start. And then they cast Malak.

Because clearly, the near-mute, serious Conan needs a sidekick to lighten the mood, right??Actually he kind of does, but not when said sidekick just spews childish, unfunny drivel in the sleepiest way possible.

Mudflap & Skids – Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

The words “Michael Bay” and “subtle” usually go together like “oil” and “flamethrowers”, but the Master of Baysplosion reached a career low with his second?Transformers film. As if it wasn’t enough to have robot fart jokes, the world’s worst grasp of geography and the invincible make-up of Megan Fox, Bay had to go and create Mudflaps & Skids, the racist robots. Yes, racist. The fast talking robots were supposed to be there to crack wise, but instead all audiences could see was these robots were clearly supposed to look like cliched African American gangbangers. That was bad enough. The crack about how their “people don’t read good” certainly didn’t help.

Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) – Superman III


Richard Pryor is a very funny man. There is a ton of material that can prove that. And yet, when he got shoehorned into director Richard Lester’s campy?Superman III, he suddenly became about as funny as brain cancer.

Herman “Fergee” Ferguson (Rob Schneider) – Judge Dredd

Speaking of unfunny people that do nothing in movies, Rob Schneider has made a career out of just that skillset. But he took it to new, annoying levels in the Sylvester Stallone turkey Judge Dredd.?And in a movie that’s already as bad as this comic book adaptation clunker, you have to be really, really annoying to stand out in badness.

Sheriff J.W. Pepper (Clifton James) – The Man With the Golden Gun/Live and Let Die

When it comes to classic James Bond movies, I’m a Sean Connery man. In my opinion the Roger Moore era had a leading man that was too old, the plots became too far fetched, the humour became too corny, and oh yeah, there was the loud mouthed, racist, cliched, painfully unfunny Sheriff J.W. Pepper, who showed up in two different Bond movies, because clearly ruining just one movie wasn’t enough.

Jar Jar Binks – Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

Was there ever any doubt that George Lucas’ most hated creation would be on this list? Lucas created the character to be the next Chewbacca (seriously), but instead of another hero to hair men, he created a jive talking, obnoxious, duck faced doofus who somehow managed to upstage the wooden Jake Lloyd in sheer fan hate.

Mr. I. Y. Yunioshi (Mickey Rooney) – Breakfast at Tiffany’s

This is the entry that actually inspired this list. Screen veteran Mickey Rooney passed away last week, leaving behind an indelible legacy of memorable performances. Unfortunately, one will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. Breakfast at Tiffany’s?is considered a true classic by many a film pundit, but its amazing how people sometimes overlook Rooney’s role of Mr. I. Y. Yunioshi, a character that simply would not be allowed on screen today. Donning fake teeth and bad make up, Rooney’s Yunioshi is nothing but a collection of the most offensive Asian stereotypes played up for laughs. And very poor laughs at that.

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Robin Williams will return in a MRS DOUBTFIRE sequel dearies

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Can you believe that it’s been more than two decades since Robin Williams donned a fat lady suit in Mrs Doubtfire? That film was a massive hit, but one of a kind. Well, at least until?other?comedians ran the schtick into the ground, oooooh leeeeeerd. Still, a sequel to that movie wouldn’t exactly be unwelcome, and it looks like Williams will be getting into the make-up chair once again, dearies.

The original 1993 movie starred Williams as a divoreced father who was desperate to be near his children. Coming up with the alcoholic idea to don a disguise and infiltrste his household as an elderly nanny, he could once again guide his children and holy crap this actually sounds terrifying and messed up when you think about it. Anyway, that movie also starred Pierce Brosnan and Sally Field, and did massive numbers at the box office. Hell it walked away with over $441 million globally. That’s more money made than most movies these days.

THR reports that Fox 2000 will be handling the sequel, that will bring back Williams and the original director, Chris Colombus, with David “Elf” Berenbaum working on the screenplay. This isn’t the first time that a Mrs Doubtfire sequel has entered development, but it sounds like progress is moving far more swiftly on this latest attempt.

In the meantime, expect Martin Lawrence and Tyler Perry to announce brand new Big Momma and Madea movies before the end of the month.

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Movies out today: Demigods and devils

It’s a four-day Easter long weekend in South Africa starting from tomorrow. As a result, all the new movie releases are hitting cinemas from today, and there are six of them – ranging from action-packed escapism to feel-good fare and horror.

The Legend of Hercules:
Screening in 2D and actually-shot-for-3D is this (supposedly) mythological fantasy adventure centred on Greek hero Hercules. Beefcake Kellan Lutz plays the demigod, who here must excel in the gladiator arena, lead a rebellion and accept his divine heritage if he is to marry his true love and defeat his tyrannical stepfather (Scott Adkins). Renny Harlin directs.

The Legend of Hercules has been panned by critics for largely ignoring its mythological source material in favour of the utterly generic. It’s indifferently executed, tedious and cheap-looking to boot. A dire 3% Fresh on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes.


This “dirty cop” flick sounds B-grade in concept, but has some A-grade talent involved behind the camera – namely the director of End of Watch. An elite team of DEA agents steals and hides $10 million from a drug cartel bust. Only the money vanishes and they start dying one by one. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars, with Sam Worthington, Olivia Williams, Terrence Howard, Josh Holloway and Joe Manganiello.

It took a while to be released but Sabotage is one of the first post-political Arnie films. Apparently it’s surprisingly dark, abrasive and horror movie-violent. Not enough action to please the thrill junkies, but it’s serious and character strong.? 22% Fresh.


Devil’s Due:
Sounding a helluva lot like Rosemary’s Baby is this horror film in the found footage style. Newlyweds (Allison Miller and Zach Gilford) find themselves unexpectedly pregnant, but instead of joy, fear builds as they begin to suspect the involvement of a Satanic cult.

For the most part, Devil’s Due has been dismissed as incredibly derivative. It’s competent, but flat and emotionally disengaged.


Son of God:
On the complete opposite end of the spectrum – this is the Easter weekend after all -there’s this family-friendly take on the life of of Jesus Christ (played by Diogo Morgado). This Biblical epic is actually a combination of unaired footage and scenes cut from the 10-hour The Bible miniseries screened in 2013.

Son of God has been very well received by Christian viewers. Film critics on the other hand have called it heavy-handed, bland and decidedly uncinematic.


Filling your local content quotient for the weekend is this romantic comedy in English and Afrikaans, starring Nico Panagio and Casey B Dolan. He’s Afrikaans, she’s Jewish, and in the emotional, incident-filled lead-up to their wedding, it falls to their best man (Louw Venter) to hold it together for the first time in his life if his best friends are going to make it up the aisle. Also with Casper De Vries.


One Chance:
Also of a feel-good nature is this true story of unlikely Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts, played here by James Corden. A shy, bullied salesman by day, an amateur opera singer by night, Paul overcomes his personal problems and doubts to win the hearts of millions. Also with Julie Walters and Colm Meaney.

One Chance is apparently as formulaic as it sounds. Combining drama and comedy, it’s still a sweet, crowd-pleasing underdog tale though.


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Extras! 17 April 2014

Welcome to The Extras! A daily dose of all the smaller movie related news, clips and just plain cool stuff that you might have missed!

Apparently, there are people out there in the world, walking around everyday just like you and me, who think there’s something wrong with?The Matrix.?I know, crazy talk, right?!Nick and I watched?The Amazing Spider-Man 2?last night (review up next week), and at the end of the film, just like we’ve done for every other comic book film of the last few years, we stayed through the very long credits in anticipation of the traditional post-credits scene. Except, much to our anger, there was none. Turns out that?The Amazing Spider-Man 2 doesn’t have a post-credits scene. There is a scene that plays after the credits though (which we didn’t get to see), which has caused quite a stir.

You see, in some US and EU regions, the credits are being followed by a brief scene from none other than?X-Men: Days of Future Past.?Now stop spitting your coffee all over your screen, as this is actually not what you think. Sony and Fox are not suddenly banding together to give us a Spider-Man/X-Men crossover., and the two franchises and studios still have nothing to do with each other. What happened is that?Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb was still under contract for another film with Fox when Sony offered him the Spidey trilogy directing gig. Fox allowed him to delay his commitment to them, but only if Sony agreed to do some promo work for them for free, hence them now plugging a rival studio’s work.

Poster of the Day: The Equalizer


Sorry, Bilbo Baggins, look it may just be out of the frying pan and into the fire for you. Or more accurately, Into the Fire.?Lord of the Rings fansite, TheOneRing.net, is reporting that the third film in Peter Jackson’s?Hobbit?trilogy, The Hobbit: There and Back Again?is getting a new name. Again. According to their sources, the final (we think) film may now be called?The Hobbit: Into the Fire.?

You may recall that before they settled on There and Back Again,?Jackson and co had considered many possible titles, so having them change it again certainly isn’t that much of a surprise.

We like to keep things light of heart around here, but occasionally we do have to report on some serious news. And in this case, it couldn’t be more serious. A young man by the name of Michael Egan has filed a lawsuit against?X-Men?director Bryan Singer accusing the filmmaker of sexually abusing him in 1999 when he was just age 14. The details of the accusation leveled at Singer is quite severe, and if proved to be true will definitely see the director facing some very serious charges.And now for something completely different: the first set pics for Star Wars: Episode VII?have popped up online, showing off part of the very secretive production’s Abu Dhabi set. Most importantly, it shows off some kind of gigantic circular thing. El Mayhimbe at Latino Review thinks it may be the foot of an AT/AT Walker, and I have to admit that it certainly fits the profile. Any other ideas on what it could be? An exogorth suppository perhaps?To paraphrase Ned Stark, the Winter Soldier is coming… for all your money!?Marvel’s critically acclaimed?Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been racking up the box office dollars since its release two weeks ago, and has now officially passed the half-billion dollar mark with a current worldwide gross of $502.2 million. To put that into perspective, the first?Captain America film only made $370 million in total.

What’s interesting about these numbers, is that they once again prove the importance of the international box office (despite how some studios don’t put enough emphasis on it) as the film has taken?$167 million in the USA but a whopping $335.2 million around the rest of the world, $80 million of which came from China alone.

9-time Grammy Award winning musician John Legend is teaming up with?Step Up?scribe John Swetnam to develop a new “found footage” dance movie. No, I don’t have a clue how that would work either. Titled?Breaking Through, it’s described as a?“documentary-style dance drama for the YouTube generation.”

Youtube generation? I hope they cast some of these guys.

Chloe Grace Moretz has signed to star in?The Fifth?Wave, which is surprisingly not about a chronically late surfer girl. Not surprisingly, it is a YA adaptation though based on Rick Yancey’s best-selling novel of the same name. Newcomer J Blakeson will direct while?Erin Brockovich?and?The Soloist?screenwriter Susannah Grant will adapt the story. Said story being that the Earth has been all but destroyed – “knocked back to the Stone Age” – as a result of four waves of alien invaders. One of the last surviving humans, a 16-year old girl called Cassie Sullivan (Moretz), scrambles to survive in the ruins while desperately trying to find her lost little brother in the post-invasion chaos, before the inevitable fifth wave shows up to finish the job.

The book has been very favourably received by critics, citing its appeal to non Young Adult readers as well. With Moretz in the lead, and then talented Grant adapting, this may just be one of the very rare good YA films.

Sorry, Anakin Skywalker, but you were a totally crappy dad, and your kids are not going to forgive you.

If you have anything you would like to contribute to Extras, whether it be interesting stories, funny videos, or artistic photos of yourself in morally questionable poses, feel free to drop a mail to kervyn@themovies.co.za.

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No one can help you in this first trailer for THE GREEN INFERNO


You think of Eli Roth, and you immediately picture the guy who made torture porn a mainstream success thanks to his big hit film, Hostel. The Roth-meister is back with a new movie, the Green Inferno, and it looks as savage as possible thanks to a new trailer which shows as little gore as possible and instead takes advantage of more mental frights.

Idealistic Justine (Lorenza Izzo) joins a group of campus radicals on a mission to disrupt the illegal clear-cutting of a Peruvian jungle, which is endangering the tranquil lives of an isolated Amazonian tribe. Armed with good intentions and the power of their cellphone cameras, the group flies to Peru and seemingly succeeds in their mission. But the activists’ celebration quickly turns to tragedy when their plane crashes in the jungle — and they find themselves on the dinner menu of the very people they were trying to protect.

Well that was effectively scarring on the ol’ psyche. It’s a new Cannibal Holocaust on the cards for sure, but the lengths at which this movie went to in order to remain authentic might make the reality of the terror that much more brutal. The Green Inferno is out in September.

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Elizabeth Banks is not a prostitute in this WALK OF SHAME Red-Band trailer


We’ve all been there, right? Had a bad day at work, so you go out to just blow off some steam, but what starts as just some innocent R&R soon turns into too much alcohol, some questionable life choices, and you waking up halfway across town, forced to have to cause mayhem and destruction in Los Angeles in your attempt to get back home, all while wearing a tight yellow dress? Okay, just Darryn and Elizabeth Banks then.

Unlike in my compatriot’s case though, Ms Banks makes this look damn funny as she has to fend off gangbangers, hairy European men and constant accusations of being a, lady of the streets, shall we say.

The outrageous comedy “Walk of Shame” stars Elizabeth Banks (“The Hunger Games,” “Pitch Perfect”) as a resourceful reporter whose one-night stand with a handsome stranger (James Marsden) leaves her stranded the next morning in downtown Los Angeles without a phone, car, ID, or money – and only 8 hours before the most important job interview of her career.

Walk of Shame comes from?writer/director Steven Brill, whose work I am generally not the biggest fan of. Yes, he wrote all three?Mighty Ducks?movies, which is awesome, but he also gave us?Little Nicky, Mr. Deeds?and?Drillbit Taylor, to painfully name a few. I’m hoping though that, boosted by Banks’ natural charm and wit, this is one of his better offerings, and based on that trailer, its looking good.

The comedy also stars?James Marsden, Gillian Jacobs, Bill Burr, Liz Carey, Ken Davitian, Willie Garson, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Oliver Hudson, Alphonso McAuley, Kevin Nealon, Tig Notaro, Ethan Suplee and Sarah Wright, and will blocking your boop-boop on May 2, 2014.

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Patrick Hughes talks about his plans for remaking THE RAID

If you’ve never seen The Raid: Redemption, then you’ve missed out one of the purest action movies ever made. It’s a movie that’s bursting with so much violence, that being shot by a thug in it is considered a checkpoint for ancillary characters. Naturally, it’s getting a remake in the US of A, that will be handled by Patrick “Expendables 3″ Hughes. And he had something to say about that.


“We have a really, really interesting take on that film,” Hughes said to Coming Soon. “One thing, obviously the original just blew my mind and I was fortunate enough to catch up with Gareth Evans in LA at the premiere of ‘The Raid 2.’ The thing that blew my mind with that film was the aesthetics and the fight sequences but also the simplicity of the premise, and there’s so much you can do with that”.

So our take on it is really interesting and I feel like if anything what I want to do is elevate the emotional aspect of it, and I think those are my favorite action films of all time when you can balance the action and the emotion, and what he did with his first ‘Raid’ was phenomenal.

Certainly, we’re not there to recreate that film beat for beat, with the set up we’re following a DEA task team, which was implemented by the Bush administration after September 11th when they realized that terrorism and the drug trade were so closely aligned. So they set up a DEA task team that’s six units and they work across borders and sort of act like Navy SEALS. You never read about it, you never hear about it, but they go on these missions.

So that’s a really interesting take and a really nice premise and also what’s interesting on this take on it is the clash of cultures and the clash of martial arts, the fighting styles, which is something that’s going to be a lot of fun when we’ve really started pre-vizzing stuff.

The remake will have the DNA of the original film, thanks to Gareth Edwards producing it along with original Raid studio XYZ Films and the fight choreographers who helped make that movie a cult hit. Meanwhile, everyone else will be waiting for a Blu-Ray release of The Raid 2: Berandal instead.

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