Tons of news this week in addition to the announcement of all the new TV shows including Harrison Ford being officially approached for the Blade Runner sequel, Universal possibly developing a Namor movie, the passing of a legendary designer, Channing Tatum is Gambit and much more.
The Lego Movie and The Monuments Men both have amazing casts but only one of them is getting universal acclaim from the critics.
Terry Gilliam’s unique brand of craziness targets Christoph Waltz in The Zero Theorem, where Waltz tries to solve a seemingly impossible equation while madness happens all around him.
Neill Blomkamp follows up District 9 with another sci fi action movie, Elysium. Can it live up to the expectations set by that spectacular debut?
Elysium took the top spot despite not topping District 9’s opening weekend while We’re the Millers had a fairly strong opening for an R rated comedy.
Four new movies are out this week, including the highly anticipated Elysium.
George Clooney and Matt Damon lead a team of art experts and museum curators into the front lines of World War II in order to preserve precious art and historical landmarks in The Monuments Men, based on a true story and also directed by Clooney.
When an accident at the factory he works at gives him only five days to live, blue collar worker Max straps on an exo skeleton and heads off to infiltrate the space station Elysium, where the technology enjoyed by the wealthy could save his life, if he can survive the fight to it.
Sharlto Copley and Michael Nyquist are members of a crew sent to explore Jupiter’s moon, Europa in the upcoming found footage thriller, Europa Report.
Neill Blomkamp is following up his hit District 9 with another gritty, sci fi action movie, Elysium. Matt Damon stars as a man who is determined to reach the orbiting paradise of Elysium by any means necessary, even if that means grafting an exoskeleton to himself and assaulting the space station.