Endless Love is an upcoming romance drama movie directed by Shana Feste. It is the remake of the 1981 movie of the same name. It stars Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the lead role.
The new trailer for Universal Pictures’ Endless Love remake sets up the classic story of rich girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Magic Mike’s Alex Pettyfer and newcomer Gabriella Wilde (who can be seen in the upcoming remake of Carrie) play the film’s star-crossed lovers obliviously caught up in a steamy coming-of-age romance.
Things take a turn for the dramatic when Wilde’s on screen father (played by Star Trek’s Bruce Greenwood) gets wind of their relationship, begins uncovering Pettyfer’s dark past, and tries to stop his daughter’s whirlwind relationship.
The upcoming Hollywood remake of ‘Endless Love’ won’t hit theaters until Valentine’s Day 2014, but the movie already has a trailer featuring a haunting cover of the 1986 Robert Palmer hit ‘Addicted to Love’ by Skylar Grey.
The original ‘Endless Love’ from 1981 starred Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt, with Tom Cruise making an appearance in his first movie role. The remake features Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the story of young lovers who encounter a series of obstacles. The trailer presents various scenes from the film, with Grey’s cover giving the teaser an eerie, dramatic tone.
Watch the trailer below:
The movie is scheduled to be released on Valentines Day.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is an upcoming action thriller movie based on the character of Jack Ryan. It is the fifth movie in the Jack Ryan series and also a reboot to the previous movies. The film stars Chris Pine.
With over a decade gone by since Ben Affleck played CIA analyst Jack Ryan in ‘The Sum of All Fears’, the time is ripe once more to bring one of Tom Clancy’s best-known characters back to the big screen for the start of a franchise. Kicking things off again in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is Chris Pine, fresh off the successful summer release of Star Trek Into the Darkness and ready to take on the role that’s previously been played not only by Affleck, but also by Harrison Ford and Alec Baldwin.
A global trailer for Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit has just launched ahead of the film’s December release. It’s disappointingly similar to the first trailer that we saw earlier this month, featuring a lot of the same clips, but there’s enough new material in there to be worth watching for fans of Clancy’s work and of previous Jack Ryan movies like ‘The Hunt for Red October’ and ‘Patriot Games’.
The desk job of a CIA analyst wouldn’t look all that exciting in a trailer, so before too long Jack goes from analyst to operator and is embroiled in an international scheme involving exploding helicopters, motorcycle chases, exploding buildings, shootouts and even more explosions. The main plot involves the two go-to action movie threats, terrorists and Russians, with the lead Russian terrorist played by director Kenneth Branagh.
Watch the trailer below:
The film is scheduled to be released on January 17, 2014.
We’re not sure what excites us more about this new Homefront trailer. Is it James Franco playing a lunatic meth dealer with a crazy Southern accent? Or is it the thought of his violent redneck character engaging in a life or death struggle with the eternally angry Jason Statham? In any case, Homefront looks more like an ’80s movie you’d find tucked away at a lonely mom and pop video store than a modern film production, which means we couldn’t be more excited for it, whether it be good or bad.
Homefront looks like more of the same for Statham, who’s doing that Arnold Schwazenegger “I May Have A Foreign Accent But I Am All-American, Trust Me” thing. Once again, he plays a surly badass who gets on the wrong side of a criminal element, who in turn underestimate his ability to kick all of their asses. Franco is the wacky/scary criminal who pushes him too far, threatening his family and unlocking additional Statham violence.
The Homefront trailer features plenty of blood and action, but the most exciting thing is a flashback where Statham has long hair and looks like the frontman for a lousy Grunge band. It has everything, even a script by the great Sylvester Stallone (who would have starred in it 30 years ago), which promises an extra ton of testosterone and gore-soaked mayhem.
The film is scheduled to be released on November 27, 2013.