"The Crazies," director Breck Eisner's ("Sahara") remake of a George A. Romero film, hits theaters this weekend.
The film centers on the inhabitants of a small town who become unwitting victims of a government bio weapon that turns people into murdering psychopaths. The film stars Timothy Olyphant
("Hitman") and Radha Mitchell ("Silent Hill").
In this featurette, courtesy of Empire, SFX makeup designer Rob Hall describes what kind of thought process went into making "The Crazies" look…well, crazy.
Now here's a little stroke to add to your funny bone in the form of a new clip from "Date Night," the action/comedy that stars Tina Fey ("30 Rock") and Steve Carell ("The Office") as a nerdy couple trying to spice up their marriage via the titular date night custom. When they get bold and decide to swipe a reservation at a fancy restaurant, the couple land themselves in the most deadly case of mistaken identity ever.
"Date Night" hits theaters April 9, 2010.
In this clip, Carell and Fey’s characters are on the run and seek help from a certain shirtless guy you may recognize:
DreamWorks Animation has debuted the final trailer for their upcoming animated movie "How to Train Your Dragon" featuring the voice talents of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, America Ferrera, Kristen Wiig and T.J. Miller.
I've heard good things about this movie (and you can catch a great review here), so I'm hoping the movie will turn out as good as I'm expecting.
"How to Train Your Dragon" soars into theaters March 26, 2010.
Surely you have all seen the "Iron Man 2" theatrical trailer by now – and surely you remember that one of the most kick-ass parts of that trailer is the moment when we see Mickey Rourke in his crude Whiplash armor for the first time, ambushing an armorless Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) while in a race.
That Whiplash ambush sequence is set in Monaco, France and we previously saw some behind-the-scenes footage of the Monaco sequence and now, courtesy of MSN France, we have even more! The video shows a brand new scene presumably set after the events of the Monaco ambush.
"Iron Man 2" hits theaters May 7, 2010.
More news to come! Catch ya' later!
Sources: Screen Rant, First Showing, Screen Rant, MTV News