Tom “Cocktail” Cruise is on an impossible mission to combat yet another alien invasion of earth in the new trailer for the upcoming blockbuster Edge of Tomorrow, based on the Japanese sci-fi novel All You Need is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Watch it after the jump!
Legendary Pictures has just unleashed a new trailer for next year’s highly anticipated Godzilla film with more footage than ever before. See if the Big G is still a man in a suit after the jump!
This weekend, Keanu Reeves’ samurai adventure film 47 Ronin opened first in Japan…but not in first place. The mega-budget historical fantasy film only grossed about $1.3 million and the clouds are darkening in Hollywood for the upcoming US release. Say, “Whoa” after the jump.
Marvel's Age of Ultron event is still pretty fresh, so it's interesting to see it announced as the basis for the next Avengers flick, which is officially titled Avengers: Age of Ultron. Read on for more.
It’s practically a national holiday for fans of giant monsters and massive robots as Guillermo Del Toro’s long-awaited spectacle Pacific Rim finally opens in theaters. Mainstream critics are split, but what do anime fans think of the film? Ani-Gamer’s Evan Minto chimes in with his take after the jump!
The grade-z film factory known as The Asylum has unleashed their latest plot to steal the thunder from an upcoming Hollywood blockbuster. And it comes in the form of the trailer for their latest production Atlantic Rim where giant robots pummel giant monsters in a manner curiously similar to Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming mecha movie Pacific Rim. Watch after the jump!
With a bounty of massive monsters and super-sized robots, Pacific Rim is shaping up to be one if the biggest films of the year…literally! Now, a trailer shown recently at Wondercon, has finally gone online and offers a tantalizing look at the mayhem ahead. Take a look after the jump!
A couple days ago we featured a poster that put Japan's Coyote Tango Jaeger in the spotlight, promoting Guillermo del Toro's upcoming mechs vs. kaiju flick Pacific Rim. Now it's time to get a closer look at what some other countries are bringing to the fight after the jump.
It's been a while since we heard from the James Mangold directed The Wolverine, with our last post focusing on filming in Japan. Now that we're getting closer to the premiere, a pair of trailers debuted, offering up a domestic teaser and a longer international trailer featuring a few additions. Check 'em out after the jump.
Romeo Tanaka's light novel Aura ~Maryuinkouga Saigo no Tatakai~ is getting a theatrical anime adaptation in 2012! Hit the jump to find out more about this strange tale of love, delusions of grandeur, and time-travelling witches from parallel dimensions!
Kitties are wonderful. So is epic fantasy. So is the animated adaptation of military bunny manga Cat Sh*t One. When you combine them all together, you get an animated feature of Tailchaser's Song from Cat Sh*t One's IDA! Find out more about the novel and the acclaimed animation studio after the jump!
Remember all the hooplah about a live-action Death Note being produced by Warner? Remember how word of it just vanished off the radar a while back? Wonder no more, as director Shane Black assures us the movie is still in the works, after some difficulties that only Hollywood execs can provide. More after the jump!
While not exactly well-received, 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine showed that the Wolverine character could work in his own self-contained stories, without having the rest of the X-Men backing him up. His next solo outing takes him to Japan and its violent, exotic yakuza underworld, where director James Mangold says we'll get more than what we usually expect out of a summer superhero actioner. Find out more after the jump!
Some more Akira casting possibilities have surfaced, which is no surprise since Warner Bros. finally officially green-lit the live-action film, directed by Orphan's Jaume Collet-Sera. The latest pair of maybes are Gary Oldman and Helena Bonham Carter. More after the jump.
Neo-Tokyo is going to explode... and apparently, anime fans are going to explode as well. Long the subject of delays, financial difficulties, and very unusual casting suggestions, a live-action adaptation of landmark anime film Akira, based on Katsuhiro Otomo's manga, has been green-lit by Warner Bros. Find out more after the jump!