Seeing an international trailer for a Hollywood-made blockbuster can be an unexpectedly illuminating experience. Taking note of what elements get subtracted or added when appealing to a global audience speaks volumes about what studios and ad executives think will play across the Atlantic and Pacific. For instance, when advertising a mega-budgeted action assault, it’s best to frontload the universal: and in the instance of Transformers: The Last Knight, the cultural-divide spanning material happens to be the “comedy” of an alien robot dinosaur spitting out a chewed-up car covered in viscous green slime.
There are six movies coming out soon starring Hollywood big shots like Academy Award nominee Mark Wahlberg, Academy Award nominee John Malkovich, Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate, Tom Cruise and many more.
In one way or another, all of Mark Wahlberg’s movies have involved him playing the role of the savior. In many instances, this takes a pretty literal form — Wahlberg protected Earth from alien robots in Transformers: Age of Extinction, protected America from terrorism in Lone Survivor, and in his Oscar-nominated role in The Departed (remember that time Mark Wahlberg got nominated for an Oscar...
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg were on the BBC and exchanged comical insults to each other. We already know that Ferrell is a master of insults, but how does Wahlberg handle it and retaliate? Watch this hilarious exchange of insults above.
Will Ferrell has become a regular lately at New Orleans Pelicans home games because he is in New Orleans a lot to film movies. Last night during the Pelicans vs Lakers game, Ferrell took the court to attempt a half-court shot, but wound up throwing the ball straight into a cheerleader’s face!
'The Amory Wars', the Evil Ink comic book series created by Coheed And Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez, is now going to be made into a live-action feature film. The announcement was made at Comic-Con 2012 this morning. 'The Amory Wars' is the concept story behind Coheed's music.