At a moment when her acting career is in full bloom — with her Academy Award-, Golden Globe- and Spirit Award-winning performance in “Room,” a starring role in this year’s “Kong: Skull Island” and an upcoming turn as the title character in anticipated superhero adaptation “Captain Marvel” — Brie...
"It's time to bring out the big guns." Time for something a bit different than the movie trailers we normally see, but still totally fun. Filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts (director of Kong: Skull Island and The Kings of Summer) has made a live-action trailer for the new video game Destiny 2 from Bungie. Show More Summary
In the Honest Trailer trailer for Kong: Skull Island, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts completely tears his own movie apart. The post Honest Trailers Crushes Kong: Skull Island appeared first on CBR.
Video. We love it when filmmakers admit they have made mistakes, but none have done it quite like this. More »
Not too long ago, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts went on a lengthy rant about the sin against cinema that is Cinema Sins and their ongoing “Everything Wrong with…” web series that puts together painfully long videos that attempt to be clever while pointing out all the things that are “wrong” with big Hollywood movies. Show More Summary
"You wanna know everything fking wrong with 'Kong: Skull Island'?"
There have been some people who enjoyed pointing out loophooles in Kong: Skull Island's plot, but there's one thing that director Jordan Vogt-Roberts says the audience is getting wrong.
In this new edition of “Honest Trailers,” the director of “Kong: Skull Island” himself destroys his own movie for our viewing enjoyment. Check it out! [Screen Junkies] The post Kong: Skull Island Director Destroys Own Movie in New Honest Trailer appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Screen Junkies takes us on a tour of a remote island with a large ape in an Honest Trailer for Kong: Skull Island. They've got plenty to say about the seventh King Kong film, especially about the weird 1970s setting and the analog to the Vietnam War. Show More Summary
The internet loves to bathe in the issues of pop culture. If YouTube channels like CinemaSins and ScreenJunkies are any indication, there are few things more rewarding to fans than having a negative opinion about a film, only to have that negative opinion validated by a third party. It’s both one of the things we […]
Kong: Skull Island is the latest blockbuster to get an Honest Trailer, but unlike its predecessors, this one has the director dropping by to drop some critiques.
“It’s a movie that takes some of our best and most talented actors and gives them nothing resembling an arc.” When director Jordan Vogt-Roberts fired a shot at CinemaSins and their “Everything Wrong With…” videos last month, he made it clear that his issue isn’t with critics saying negative things about his movies. Rather, he’s simply […]
Take that, CinemaSins. Read more...
The exceptional brutality and honesty of this trailer doesn't come from the ScreenJunkies team, but from a special appearance by the film's own director, Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
Two minutes of space magic from the KONG: SKULL ISLAND director. Read more...
That armour actually looks... good? Coming in September for consoles and October for PC, Destiny 2 is the sequel to Bungie's multiplatform, life-eating, scifi video game. As sometimes happens, it's being heralded with a splashy teaser starring actually living, breathing human beings. Show More Summary
Destiny 2 Guided Games gets a soft beta at launch. We are T-minus thee days from the Destiny 2 launch and we are pumped. A new live action trailer has just dropped for the game, directed by Kong Skull Islands’ Jordan Vogt-Robert, who will also be directing the upcoming Metal Gear Solid movie. There’s even […]
Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts team with Nathan Fillion for an intense Destiny 2 live-action trailer.
Kong: Skull Island gained attention from the viewing public not just for its tender treatment of an iconic monster, but for being packed with gaming Easter Eggs
Jason Mitchell, an actor who was in Straight Outta Compton and Kong: Skull Island (among other films) had some confusion about his seat assignment while boarding a flight recently. The actor was supposed to fly on Delta Airlines and had booked a seat in first class. Show More Summary