Universal has released a new trailer for Sam Mendes’ World War I drama film, 1917.
George MacKay (yes, from Amandla Stenberg’s Nazi movie) and Dean-Charles Chapman (Game of Thrones) star as two soldiers tasked with an important mission: Deliver a message through enemy territory, calling off an attack. If they don’t make it, 1,600 men will die, including one of their brothers.
If you’re thinking, “Wow, this movie looks absolutely gorgeous!” your praise should go to award-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins. His filmography includes Shawshank Redemption, Fargo, Skyfall and Blade Runner 2049.
Lots of talented people were involved in the making of this movie. That doesn’t always equal success, but it’s a very strong sign.
1917 will have a limited release on Christmas (so that it’s eligible for awards season) and then it’ll have a wide release on January 10, 2020.
Spectre is still four months away from hitting the big screen, which is terrible news for the fans who have already watched the fantastic trailer below. This new trailer hit all the right spots for fans of the franchise. Even hardcore, old-school Bond fans will appreciate it.
The film was directed by Sam Mendes and features Daniel Craig as James Bond for the fourth time. And of course, there is a great cast supporting Craig. You have Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Lea Seydoux and many more.
In addition to the new trailer, the studio also released 12 brand new stills. You can check out the full gallery by visiting the official site.
And finally, check out the trailer you have all been waiting for. Hopefully you are sitting down for this one. It’s pretty intense. Spectre hits theaters November 6, 2015.
It’s here, folks! We have been talking about the latest James Bond film Spectre for several months now, and we are finally being treated to the first teaser trailer. No more mysterious photos from set and no more extensive rewrites.
We have actual footage from the movie. Sony released the trailer Friday night, and of course they did a wonderful job of keeping the plot a mystery. The trailer shows you just enough to get you hooked, but refrains from showing us too much.
Hopefully that will continue as more trailers for the film are released. Spectre won’t hit theaters until November 6, which means fans of the franchise will have to endure seven more months of teasing.
Skyfall director Sam Mendes returns to the franchise for this latest film. Fans should be happy to hear that, considering he is responsible for making the most successful James Bond movie. Skyfall grossed over $1 billion worldwide, and Mendes is hoping Spectre will have that same success.
Check out Daniel Craig in action in the trailer below…
The wait is over, Bond fans. We now have the official title for the 24th James Bond film: Spectre. For those of you who don’t remember the significance of Spectre, allow us to refresh your memory real quick. It’s an acronym for Special Executive for Counter-Intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion. It’s a worldwide terrorist organization, which made its first appearance in the 1961 novel, Thunderball.
In addition to revealing the title, director Sam Mendes also announced the official Bond car (seen down below), and the official cast for the film.
Aston Martin DB10
Daniel Craig will be returning as Bond in Spectre, but he will have a number of new faces working alongside him. It was finally confirmed that Christoph Waltz will play a major role in the movie. Sam Mendes failed to mention the name of his character during the press conference; however, the official Twitter account revealed that he will be playing Oberhauser.
Léa Seydoux (Blue is the Warmest Color) will also join the cast as Madeleine Swann. David Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy) will play the villainous henchman, Mr. Hinx, and Monica Bellucci (The Matrix Reloaded) will play Lucia Sciarra.
Filming for Spectre is expected to begin tomorrow. It is expected to be released worldwide November 6th, 2015. You can check out the official synopsis and movie poster down below.
“A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.”