Adam Green is out to scare the shit out of white people. His new thriller Frozencaptures the heart-stopping horror of getting stuck … on a ski lift … and, like, totally missing out on some awesome powder.
Take a look:
Well, at least it’s not about Hockey.
Frozen opens in limited release on Friday (click here to look up a venue near you). Tell all your white friends.
The beginning of the end starts tonight at 9 p.m. on ABC.
The sixth and final season of the Emmy award-winning sci-fi serial “Lost” is finally here. I have been eating healthy and staying out of harm’s way for the past six months to ensure I didn’t perish before this day. I caught the following TV spot for tonight’s premiere episode while watching this week’s “Desperate Housewives” on the DVR (Hey, Dexter’s Julie Benz is playing a stripper on the show).
The clip includes lots of new and intriguing footage. This shit is sick.
Check it out:
Of course, if you don’t like to be teased, you can catch the first four minutes of tonight’s episode early by clicking here.
Yahoo Movies has got an exclusive interview (see below) with Universal Pictures’ new Wolfman Benicio del Toro. The Oscar-winning actor discusses the movie’s plot and his portrayal of Lawrence Talbot and and how it differs from Lon Chaney Jr’s character in the 1941 original Wolfman.
Kate Beckinsale will suit up once again as sexy death dealer Selene in Screen Gems’ Underworld 3-D. The 36-year-old Brit has been confirmed to star in the fourth installment of the popular vamps vs. werewolves series, slated to be in theaters on Jan. 21, 2011.
Beckinsale’s husband Len Wiseman (Underworld, Underworld: Evolution) is attached to direct from a script by John Hlavin (”The Shield”).
Rumor has it, however, that Beckinsale isn’t exactly thrilled to be back and is looking to have her character play a smaller, pass-the-torch type of role in the film. How true are the rumors? Well, the actress has gotten more prudish since the birth of her daughters, opting for parts in dull dramas such as last year’s flop Everybody’s Fine.
At a press junket held last year for the film Whiteout, she addressed the possibility of starring in a new Underworldtrilogy:
God, three whole more! I don’t think my daughter needs to see my bottom in rubber for another ten years.
The fact that sentence gives me wood speaks to how much I’m looking forward to seeing Beckinsale back in rubber action. To read more about the fourth installment in the Underworld series, click here.