A trailer for Summit Entertainment’s upcoming “Quantum Leap” meets Groundhog Day sci-fi-actioner Source Code is circulating the web. The film marks director Duncan Jones American debut and is his eagerly awaited followup to the 2009 British thriller Moon.
Source Code stars Jake Gyllenhaal (Prince of Persia) as a soldier reliving the last eight minutes of a terrorist train bombing through the eyes of one of its doomed passengers. His mission is to determine who is responsible for the attack and report his findings to his mission commander, played by the milfy Vera Farmiga (Orphan).
Brunette babe Michelle Monaghan (Eagle Eye) costars as one of the train’s sexier passengers and Gyllenhaal’s eventual love interest.
Source Code is slated for release on April 15, 2011.
Twilight fans hoping to someday see Bella in the buff were thrilled to hear late last year that Kristen Stewart would play an emotionally unstable stripper-hooker named Mallory in director Jake Scott’s indie-drama Welcome to the Rileys. Unfortunately, the film is heavy on exposition and not on exploitation.
The flick does have a couple of Stewart ass shots, but they may belong to a body double so, if your relationship with your penis is built on trust, you may want to think twice before busting out the KY warming gel.
I’ve posted both scenes here (courtesy YouTube & Egotastic) to save you some Redbox money. You be the judge.
The first image of Karl Urban’s jaw as Judge Dredd in director Pete Travis’ (Vantage Point) upcoming cinematic ode to the U.K.’s most popular antihero has hit the web (pictured above). According to Travis, Judge Dredd will not be removing his helmet in the film, thus allowing Urban’s jaw to finally gain some exposure.
Currently filming in South Africa on a reported budget of $45 million, Dredd 3-D stars Karl Urban’s jaw and indie-starlet Olivia Thirlby as Mega City One judges Joe Dredd and Cassandra Anderson. 28 Days Later scribe Alex Garland penned the script, which is said to be a more authentically hardcore adaptation of the Judge Dredd comic series than the 1995 Sylvester Stallone/Rob Schneider vehicle.
Karl Urban’s jaw has starred in J.J. Abrams’Star Trek, Ghost Ship, Doom, The Chronicles of Riddick, Pathfinder, and Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. His jaw will also be seen in Sony Screen Gems’ vampire-apocalypse frightener Priest and Anchor Bay’s abduction-thriller And Soon the Darkness.