'Dredd' is not based on a particularly well known comic nor does it star a household name (although we here at Screencrush do love us some Karl Urban). Therefore, the marketing campaign has had to concentrate on the film's style, particularly its extensive use of extreme slow motion photography. Lionsgate has released a very cool featurette that explores this aspect of the film and it just confirms what we've always known: slow motion is really, really cool.
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'Dredd 3D,' the big screen reboot of the semi-iconic British comic book character, opens a month from now and the marketing maching is kicking into high gear with the movie's first TV spot and a new viral site.
The official trailer for horror remake 'The Loft' has arrived and we can tell you it's very, very naughty and totally NSFW. But if you aren't at work (or the library... or in front of your kids... or whatever), check out this tantalizing first look at the new film starring James Marsden, Karl Urban, and a few other dudes engaging in some unsavory behaviors.
The official poster for 'Dredd' has been released with the tagline "Judgment is Coming." Get it? Because he's a Judge! Take a look at the official poster, which feels a little familiar...
A few days ago, Karl Urban told the internet that the first footage from the upcoming 'Star Trek 2' would premiere this weekend. To be specific, he promised that a video called "Star Trek Comic Con Sneak Peek" would arrive on YouTube. It turns out that the new "Bones" McCoy and star of 'Dredd' was pulling our leg: the video (which actually is titled "Star Trek Comic Con Sneak Peek") contains about give seconds of behind-the-scenes 'Trek' footage and about four minutes of Urban surfing, amongst other nonsense.
Karl Urban (at least I think it's Karl Urban -- he never takes off his helmet) hits his one note well, hard and often. As Judge Dredd, he's a stern one-man justice machine in a dystopian megapolis, part of a woefully understaffed police force that zips among enormous city-state, 200 story apartment blocks, threatening a term in an "iso-cube," but mostly bullet-blasting perps in ever resourceful ways. Just when you thought you'd seen every way for brains to splatter across the screen in 3D, 'Dredd' comes up with something new.
Judgment is coming. So says the puns in the 'Dredd' trailer, which stars Karl Urban as the hand-cannon-wielding law enforcement agent of the future.
Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to get stoked for the 'Dredd' -- that is, if you weren't stoked already. We've got the official poster and two new images from the film that are rather... arresting. (Please, hold your applause until the end.)