When a criminal art auctioneer is injured and forgets where he stashed a valuable stolen painting, his partners bring in a hypnotherapist to extract the location.
Though he may be an Oscar-winning director, Danny Boyle isn't afraid of showing the rough stuff, as the new trailer for 'Trance' shows. In this new red band trailer, we can tell that this heist thriller isn't afraid of spilling some blood (or cutting heads half way off).
Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle is back with a new film called 'Trance,' and if this official 'Trance' poster is any indication, we're in for a very thrilling experience.
Before he was an Oscar winner, Danny Boyle was best known for quirky, semi-surreal movies with bite like ‘Shallow Grave’ and ‘Trainspotting.' He looks to be returning to that form a bit with ‘Trance,' a wild crime thriller due out this spring. The trailer for the film, which stars James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel, has just burst online and you can watch it after the break.
It's no secret that 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is in pre-production; an official announcement was issued for the follow-up back in April, while more recently we caught a glimpse of a pistol-packing Jessica Alba preparing to reprise her role as "Nancy" in the Robert Rodriguez film. Now we know when the film is scheduled to get underway, thanks to another beauty venturing back to 'Sin City,' Rosario Dawson.
It's official! Rosario Dawson is totally getting back into the hooker gear as Gail in 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,' and she's confirmed the news herself. We can all get back to work now.
Featuring one of the better ensemble casts this year, '10 Years' imagines a world in which Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, and more all went to high school together. And yet, they still have all the problems us normal people do.
A lot can happen to a person 10 years after they graduate form high school. They could be somebody completely different compared to what they were all those years ago. Anchor Bay's new film '10 Years' gives us a glance at how time changes everyone once they depart from school and into the real world, including celebs.
It was 2005 when Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller blew audiences away with their gritty, film noir-looking comic book adaptation 'Sin City.' Between the visual style, how incredibly faithful it was to the source material, we never had seen anything like it. So why has it taken them so long to finally go ahead with 'Sin City 2'?
You can forget all about graphic novels, the occult, 'The Walking Dead, or even its producer Gale Ann Hurd. You had me at Rosario Dawson on TV. For long have we loved the olive-skinned and down-to-Earth beauty, and whatever iteration you put her onscreen a weekly basis is fine by us.