|Been a while
||[Mar. 13th, 2010|01:42 pm]
Shit, I haven't posted here since November? I guess I haven't had anything to say, tax is a bitch, slugging through classes still.|
Here are the movies I want to see this year: (going to see alice today)
Clash of the Titans trailer
Iron Man 2 trailer
The man in the iron suit is back for another round of cool-fest! Much of the plot for the sequel has been kept under wraps. So far we've heard that it will be set six months after the events of the first film. Tony Stark is out in the open, having revealed his identity as the Iron Man. The public attention has taken its toll on him.
The Expendables trailer
Shrek Forever After trailer
The A-Team trailer
Toy Story 3 trailer
The Last Airbender trailer
The Last Airbender is the real life adaptation of the Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series. The movie revolves around 10-year-old Aang, a successor to a long line of Avatars – a breed of superhuman with the power to manipulate all four elements. When the evil Fire Nation threatens to destroy the Water, Earth and Air nations, Aang must fight to stop them from enslaving the people from the nations.
The Karate/KungFu? Kid trailer
The remake of the ever-popular Karate Kid franchise, The Kung Fu Kid tells the story of a young kid named Dre who, with his mother, moves to Beijing. However, things are not well for Dre as he encounters a bully situation in his new locale. Dre then seeks the help of Mr. Han, a martial art master who teaches him the art of kung fu to fend for himself against the bullies.
So far we know that... Well, it comes as no surprise Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan was cast to play Mr. Han, the martial arts master. However, it was quite the shocker when Will Smith’s son, Jaden Smith, was cast to play Dre – the equivalent to the Daniel LaRusso character in the original Karate Kid movie. But we'd be foolish to write the young Jaden off. Jackie Chan has already praised Smith's martial arts skills, insisting the 11-year-old is better at kung fu than his own son.
The Green Hornet
The legendary Green Hornet is getting a makeover! Based on the popular 1966 TV series, The Green Hornet revolves around Britt Reid. Reid is a newspaper publisher by day and a masked vigilante called the Green Hornet by night.
There are probably some others I have missed
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