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Discussion in 'Pop Culture Board' started by Diogenes The Cynic, Oct 19, 2009.
He could play the Joker today with little to no makeup.
Judge Reinhold too. He now looks like a Korean guy in a Judge Reinhold costume.
This looks absolutely insane.
I can't decide if this goes here or in the WDT? The marketing for this film has been brilliant.
That's great. Glad to see Celine has a good sense of humor. It needed more Morena Baccarin, though.
This looks good.
More clever marketing.
Good thing they got the music rights, I saw part of that Hendrix film with Andre 3000 and it was lame ass covers. Still wish Sacha Baron Cohen would have gotten to make his movie (which was supposed to be much darker and focused a lot on the drugs and partying). Apparently the band just wanted the big Disney version. Still their music can make any trailer awesome.
Is it just me, or did anybody else think that was Tom Hardy at first? Logan Marshall Green could be his brother.
Their resemblance rivals the Thomas Jane/James Purefoy one. Those guys simply must be related.
This one caused a mass walkout at Cannes. I think it looks funny:
From the trailer "there used to be dragons when I was a boy"
And from the AMA https://old.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/8pavz1/im_dean_deblois_director_of_the_how_to_train_your/
It was very deliberate that each installment of Hiccup’s growth features a rite of passage. The first movie was about learning to accept yourself, in spite of your weaknesses. The second movie was about the transition of youthful abandon to adulthood. The third movie focuses on — it’s about finding the courage to let go. That in itself is a universal rite of passage. Whether they are faced with letting go of insecurities, or those who follow their destiny.
No. Fucking. Shit. I've never even heard of it before.
It certainly looks like it lets the viewer get to know a sick mind more than any film in the past.
Written by Danny McBride. Really.
Dammit. This trailer made me jump in the theatre a few weeks ago, and I watched it again before posting here - got me again.
Completing the trilogy . . .
Saw it earlier today, it looks even better than I hoped it would. Trailer is fucking amazing, I can’t wait to see it.