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‘The 5th Wave’ Trailer: Chloe Moretz Tries to Survive the Alien Apocalypse

by Britt Hayes September 15, 2015 @ 7:52 PM
A couple of weeks ago we saw the first trailer for The 5th Wave, the upcoming film based on the acclaimed YA novel by Rick Yancey. That trailer wasn’t the actual official trailer, which has arrived today, offering us a better idea of what the latest YA adaptation is all about. Like many, this one envisions a dystopia caused by an apocalyptic event, and like many, this one features a young woman in the lead role. But this time it’s Chloe Moretz.

‘The 5th Wave’ Trailer: Chloe Moretz Does the Dystopian Young Adult Thing

by Britt Hayes August 31, 2015 @ 5:32 PM
Dystopian future? Check. A fight for survival? Check. A young woman protagonist caught in a love triangle? Must be a dystopian YA adaptation. Though you may find this incredibly difficult to believe (sit down if needed), Chloe Moretz has yet to star in a YA movie of her very own. That’s about to change with The 5th Wave, the new film based on Rick Yancey’s popular and highly-acclaimed YA novel, which is — wait for it — the first in a trilogy.

‘Neighbors 2’ Asks Chloe Moretz to Move In With Seth Rogen and Zac Efron

by Britt Hayes July 23, 2015 @ 3:44 PM
Sundance Selects
Chloe Moretz is a tricky actress whose talents are often misread or misused (see: Carrie), but when she’s utilized well, she really shines (see: Clouds of Sils Maria, Laggies). The young actress has yet to star in a legitimate comedy, though she did show off some solid comedic chops on 30 Rock. That’s about to change, as Moretz is in talks to join Neighbors 2, marking her first part in a real comedy film.

‘Dark Places’ Trailer: Charlize Theron Survives a Massacre and Joins the Kill Club

by Britt Hayes June 18, 2015 @ 6:08 PM
The first U.S. trailer for Dark Places has finally arrived, featuring Charlize Theron in the latest film adaptation of one of best-selling author Gillian Flynn’s novels. Flynn also wrote the novel (and subsequent screenplay) for last year’s Gone Girl, though it doesn’t seem like Dark Places is going to be as big of a hit — the film is currently available on DirecTV almost two months ahead of its theatrical release.

'The Equalizer' Trailer: Denzel Washington Wants Revenge

by Damon Houx June 12, 2014 @ 5:14 PM
Columbia Pictures
Denzel Washington returns to action in '‘The Equalizer' trailer, though he's a little slower than he used to be. Instead of taking out a room full of criminals in sixteen seconds it takes him nearly twenty. Maybe it's time to retire.

'The Equalizer' Trailer: Denzel Washington Kicks Some Ass, Obviously

by Britt Hayes May 24, 2014 @ 1:44 PM
Sony Pictures
After months of teaser images, Sony has finally released the first official trailer for 'The Equalizer,' starring Denzel Washington as a brooding protagonist who's gonna kick some down and dirty mafia ass and save a wayward young girl. So basically, yes, it's definitely a Denzel Washington movie.

'The Equalizer' Photos: Denzel Washington Is Ready to Unleash the Beast

by Nick Romano April 22, 2014 @ 9:56 AM
With the 'Equalizer' trailer dropping soon, we'll finally get to see Denzel Washington in action as a retired government official turned vigilante -- not to mention Chloe Moretz as a prostitute (though in her case, we don't mean that kind of action). But before then, new photos from the film, based on the classic '80s TV series of the same name, give us a peek at what's in store.

'Laggies' Review

by Kate Erbland January 21, 2014 @ 11:21 AM
No matter how much we’d like them to be, characters in films don’t always have to be likable. They don’t always have to make good decisions or smart choices. They don’t have to necessarily behave in an entirely believable or relatable manner. They don’t even have to change, no matter what traditional storytelling tells us. But if they are unlikable and unbelievable and stupid and stuck, even the best-intentioned films will fail. And without even good intentions? They’ll simply insult.

'Carrie' Review

by Jordan Hoffman October 18, 2013 @ 7:42 AM
Screen Gems
For a gal named Carrie White, she's sure got a lot of red on her.
Watching Kimberly Peirce's 'Carrie' is an odd experience. If you've seen Brian De Palma's version from 1976, this new version is - and there's really no point in denying this - like watching a cover band. There's a tweaked scene here and there (including a new, creepy-as-heck opening) plus the addition of cell phones and references to 'Dancing With The Stars.' This remake, more than most, really feels like hitting the same marks. It may be a peculiarity specific to 'Carrie,' because, let's face it, not a whole heck of a lot happens in this story. Considering most moviegoers' familiarity, there's plenty of room to stew and think, "Why is this considered such a classic?"