The soundstage on which a big science fiction movie is being filmed feels ... like science fiction. There are a bunch of different sets scrunched together in one mixed metaphor of a space, and these disparate environments are connected by umbilicals of heavy cable that look like they're strung around the engine room of the Nostromo in Ridely Scott's Alien.
The first full-length trailer for the much-anticipated fourth installment in the Underworld franchise has been released, and it's clear that this time, the vamps have much more than Lycans to worry about.
Underworld: Awakening hits theaters Friday, and a lot of fans are hoping this flick will rejuvenate the vampire vs. werewolf franchise. Kate Beckinsale didn't even think a fourth flick would happen, but now that it has, she says she's "fond" enough of her character that she can't rule out another run in that tight black bodysuit.
Let's play a little word association. If we say "Total Recall," what's your first thought? It's "three boobs," isn't it? That's a little pervy, but don't feel bad. Everyone remembers that particular scene from the original. Now imagine Kate Beckinsale with the ol' tri-breasted set-up, because it very nearly happened.
The Total Recall panel at Comic-Con today featured a brand new, six-minute extended trailer for director Len Wiseman's remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger/Paul verhoeven classic, and we don't think the action stopped once.
Nope. It's not the first official trailer for the upcoming sci-fi film—yet. But this exciting piece of footage/promo—complete with some pretty cool, futuristic FX a la Avatar, flying cars, and some dizzying action pieces—makes us look that much forward to Underworld director Len Wiseman's Total Recall reboot.
We got a peek at the upcoming Total Recall reboot a little while ago, but now the official teaser for the film has been released online. The snippets of footage are heavy on effects, and show off some breathtaking action set pieces—and a sweeping shot of a desolate future city—that should look awesome on the big screen.