First things first: let's watch that first 'Tomorrowland' trailer again! The first footage from Disney's mysterious new movie debuted during New York Comic Con, as director Brad Bird, producer Damon Lindelof and stars Raffey Cassidy, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie and George Clooney took the stage to reveal even more details. Yes, this trailer is incredible and instantly bumps this film up on our list of most-anticipated releases of 2015, but even more footage debuted at Comic Con than was revealed online.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' is going to be a big movie that takes Marvel further into outer space concepts, so they need a performer to anchor the film. A human who serves as the bridge between its alien and human worlds. And that bridge may be John C. Reilly.
Despite receiving a 10-episode straight-to-series order and a tentative summer debut date, NBC's 'Crossbones' hasn't been very active on the high seas of late. When last we heard, former 'House' star Hugh Laurie was on deck to play the infamous pirate Blackbeard for the period tale, but now that ship seems to have set sail. Two-time Oscar-winner John Malkovich will instead take the role, but will NBC's 'Crossbones' leave port anytime soon?
'Tomorrowland' - the mysterious Disney project that may or may not be about aliens - has found the perfect villain to go up against George Clooney: British actor Hugh Laurie, best known for his work on 'House, M.D.'
NBC's standing is definitely on the rise, following their first November sweeps week in nearly a decade, and an impressive array of hour-long dramas in development. Not only have we been following Bryan Fuller's 'Hannibal' and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers' 'Dracula' series, but also kept a weather eye on the horizon for upcoming pirate drama 'Crossbones!' With a ten episode order in place, what former 'House' star might be man enough to step into the boots of the legendary Blackbeard? Why, House himself, Hugh Laurie of course!
Family dysfunction just got a little weirder in this new red band trailer for 'The Oranges.' It's not too NSFW, but it's definitely got a little more bite (and a little more pot smoke, cough) than that first trailer.
As we move out of summer and away from the big blockbusters, it's time to embrace the simpler films, like 'The Oranges.' The official trailer for the quirky comedy has arrived to give us our first look at its exceptional family dysfunction.
Most of the latest casting for the upcoming remake 'Robocop' has focused on the new characters, from Gary Oldman's creator, to Samuel L. Jackson's entertainment tycoon. Though we don't expect it to be a scene-for-scene remake, we're curious how much of it will reflect the original. There are some elements, as it seems that Hugh Laurie will be playing the head of OCP.