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28 Temmuz 2011 Perşembe

***Kevin Smith's Restricted "Red State" Trailer ***Ron Howard Not Returning To Direct Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol ***Ryan Gosling & George Clooney: 'Ides of March' Trailer!

Kevin Smith's Restricted "Red State" Trailer

Posted: July 27th, 2011 by Staff

Kevin Smiths Restricted Red State Trailer
Kevin Smith is currently working on a new TV talk show and a reality TV series that will take place in a comic book store. But he is also still pushing his "Red State" film, which just got a new restricted trailer. Check it out below.

Plot: The new movie unfolds in a small town dominated by a fundamentalist preacher, Abin Cooper. It tells the story of three high school boys who, on their way to an internet arranged meeting with a woman, end up crossing paths with Cooper. The encounter sets into motion a series of events that causes all hell to break loose.

"Red State" is set to get a theatrical run in Los Angeles next month, which will make it eligible to be nominated for the Academy Awards, just in case. Click here to see the schedule.

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Red State Gets A Profane And Violent Red Band Trailer

published: 2011-07-27 16:44:16 Author: Katey Rich
Yes, we're still writing about Kevin Smith's Red State. After it premiered at Sundance earlier this year and then toured around the country accompanied by Smith himself, it seemed we might be done following the every move of what Smith promises will be his second-to-last feature film. But in late June Smith announced the next step in his highly unorthodox process of getting his movie out there to fans, with a video-on-demand release on September 1 to come before a one-night-only nationwide theatrical release in October. And to draw in viewers who aren't the hardcore Smith fans who bought tickets for the roadshow screenings, or who have been turned off by some negative Sundance reviews (including my own), Smith and company have released a new red-band trailer for the film, which you can watch below.
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Ron Howard Not Returning To Direct Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol

published: 2011-07-27 09:47:36 Author: Sean O'Connell
Great new for fans of Dan Brown’s Robert Langdon novels: Ron Howard reportedly will not return to the franchise to helm a feature-film adaptation of The Lost Symbol for Sony Pictures.

Listen, Howard is an excellent director. Certain material fits right into his wheelhouse. But he was the wrong fit for Brown’s rapidly paced narratives. The Langdon novels move like runaway trains. They are the textbook definition of the term “pageturners.” Howard’s adaptations never captured that sensation. And while the director’s two stabs at the series earned serious money for Sony – 2006’s The Da Vinci Code pulled in $217 million domestically, while Angels & Demons posted just over half that with $133.3M – a quick scan of each film’s
Rotten Tomatoes page reveals such dismissive terms as “middlebrow,” “inert” and “a disaster.” Which helps explain why the studio is moving in a different direction, according to Deadline.

The report does make it sound like it was Howard’s decision not to return to the franchise, stating an unwillingness to rehash the same characters for a similar story in Lost Symbol, which finds symbologist Robert Langdon tracking evil Freemasons around Washington, D.C. And that may be true, though Howard’s Langdon films are the only movies on the filmmaker’s resume to make any money since 2001’s Oscar-winning A Beautiful Mind. Still, money isn’t everything, and Howard might just have been ready for a change of pace. He already has several other options at his fingertips, from the Formula-1 racing drama Rush with Chris Hemsworth to a rumored Spy vs. Spy film for Warner Bros.

As for Lost Symbol, it’s unclear who Sony will plug in to the director’s chair. And will they have Tom Hanks in the lead? Truthfully, Brown’s story could survive without Hanks, who was a decent Langdon (particularly in Demons) but isn’t essential to the film’s success. The studio needs to consider directors with action on their resume. Doug Liman (Go, The Bourne Identity) could be an excellent fit for Brown’s material. Jon Turteltaub also could transition over from the National Treasure franchise with ease. We’ll see what happens in Robert Langdon’s world now that Howard has moved on.

Ryan Gosling & George Clooney: 'Ides of March' Trailer!

Ryan Gosling & George Clooney: 'Ides of March' Trailer!
Check out the just released trailer for Ryan Gosling and George Clooney’s new movie The Ides of March!
The political drama is about “an idealistic staffer for a newbie presidential candidate [who] gets a crash course on dirty politics during his stint on the campaign trail.”
The Ides of March will show later this month at the Toronto International Film Festival and will be the opening selection at the Venice Film Festival next month.
The film, which opens in theaters on October 7, also stars Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Paul Giamatti.

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