Written and directed by Neill Blomkamp, starring Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Diego Luna, and William Fichtner.
If this didn’t just shoot up to the top of your must-see list, you might want to have your eyes checked. That said, I’m concerned about audience fatigue of the post-apocalypse after ‘Oblivion’ and ‘After Earth’ (not to mention the apocalypse comedies).
Written and directed by Cameron Crowe. Starring Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, Thomas Haden Church, and Elle Fanning.
They say about filmmaking, “never work with animals or children.” I’m assuming no one told Cameron Crowe. The writer, director is back with some feel good, philosophical vengeance and you can tell he’s getting in touch with his roots with lines like, “I like the animals, but I love the humans.” And thankfully Kevin James is no where to be found.
Here’s a pull quote, on the house, “We Bought A Zoo…The Year’s Best Zookeeping Movie To Not Feature Kevin James.”
Directed by Steven Soderbergh. Starring Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Marion Cotillard, Lawrence Fishbourne, and Bryan Cranston.
This his horrifying. Even more so if you’re a germophobe or a hypochondriac. Seriously, this is scarier than the trailers for most horror movies. This looks like one of those films that if I saw as a child would scar me for life. That being said, it looks quite awesome and totally unsettling (in a good way).
Universal Pictures is making a deal with Tony Gilroy to direct a fourth installment of The Bourne Identity, after he turned in a screenplay for the picture. This signals that the picture — tentatively titled The Bourne Legacy — is on a clear forward track, though it doesn’t answer the question of whether Matt Damon will return to reprise his signature character of the amnesiac assassin/agent Jason Bourne. Damon last indicated that he wouldn’t come back unless director Paul Greengrass helmed what would have been his third installment, after Greengrass exited the picture in a huff when the studio began developing it while Greengrass and Damon were making Universal’s Green Zone. I’m told that Universal plans to make the film, even if it has to replace Damon, who’d be crazy to give up his franchise character and a huge paycheck if the script is any good.