Is it just me or are the trailers all coming in huge bundles lately? Space 'em out a little bit PR peeps, why don't you? Herewith, some I missed writing up so that you don't miss them. Bring your own Yes No Maybe So action to the comments.
I'm purposefully not watching Interstellar since I wrote up the first teaser and I only needed the cast list to convince me to see it and I don't want to know any more before seeing it. That said, I miss Anne Hathaway like forrealz muchly so it wasn't an easy decision. Five trailers after the jump
Interstellar This is really hard for me not to watch because I miss Anne Hathaway with great muchness but I will survive. The film opens November 7th. Here's what I had to say about the teaser.
November Man Pierce Brosnan capitalizing smartly on his ex-Bond rep and there's another ex-Bond player in the mix as well in Olga Kurlyenko (Quantum of Solace). Though the person who most stands to gain from this one is Luke Bracey who has yet to break out and is playing the mentee role, here. Despite the title the film opens on August 27th. Yes No or Maybe So for you?
Nightcrawler Jake Gyllenhaal playing a skinny driven crime scene reporter. Since it's Gyllenhaal I'm in without seeing a frame. Bonus points: possibly interesting supporting cast including Riz Ahmed (Four Lions), Rene Russo, and Bill Paxton. Extra Major Yes Please Bonus Points: Robert Elswit, one of the greatest working cinematographers, is on DP duty for debut director Dan Gilroy (yes he's the younger brother of director Tony Gilroy of Michael Clayton fame... but he's also married to Rene Russo!). Yes No or Maybe So for you?
Child of God. James Franco is still trying to be a director. The film stars Scott Haze who may or may not be a rising star. We shall see. Jason previously wrote about Franco's performance art in press conference form regarding this one.
Cantinflas. I saw this trailer quite a long time ago and meant to share it. That's primarily because we're all awards fanatics here and this is an unexpected biopic on a Mexican film star who Hollywood loved in the 50s. He won a Golden Globe and was a major player in Best Picture winner Around the World in 80 Days (1956)