Elements of Total Recall, Ghost in the Shell, and, uh, Face/Off pepper the trailer for Restoration, a noirish thriller about a man who is horrified to awaken from a memory-upload procedure to find he’s been zapped into the wrong body. Even worse, his old self is still out there—but occupied by someone else’s mind. Read more...
Three immediate takeaways from this RoboCop reboot trailer: So many huge/at least recognizable actors! What a cooler look than the Total Recall remake! Michael Keaton might actually be in this a fair amount! One bonus takeaway, for the nitpickers: "We're gonna put a man inside a machine" stopped being a... More »
Summit Entertainment gave MTV the first look at the teaser trailer for Neil Burger’s highly anticipated Divergent, which officially looks like a cheaper version of The Hunger Games meets Total Recall, if you ask me. I mean, it could be cool, but it bothers me... Read More
It's been exactly a year ago (from tomorrow) that we last reported on the Total Recall MMO when it was confirmed by SEE Virtual Worlds as part of their acquisition of several popular intellectual properties. Now, thanks to an exclusive...Show More Summary
In the trailer for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s upcoming tell-all — which EW debut exclusively last week — the Governator promised that
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First time I've seen a trailer for a book instead of a movie, but Arnold likes the break the molds. It's cheesy but so fun to watch. Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story is due in book stores on Oct. 1.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s crowdsourced memoir, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story has a trailer, obviously, and it is perfect, obviously. -EW A sneak peek at next season’s Parks and Recreation was released online today, and I’ll tell you what, it looks like it’s going to be VERY GOOD! No duh! Plz take the batteries out of [...]
No, we don’t mean the 1990 movie. Or the 2012 remake. This Total Recall is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s upcoming memoir — chronicling his rise from
If you’ve been wondering why Hollywood showed a renewed interest in Colin Farrell recently, it’s all because of his turn in Martin McDonagh’s 2008 film In Bruges. And if Fright Night and Total Recall disappointed, the good news is that Farrell is playing the lead in McDonagh’s latest movie Seven Psychopaths. And it looks great, [...]
I’ve made no secret of my disdain for the recent Total Recall remake, but thankfully Colin Farrell‘s 2012 isn’t looking like a total bust. This fall sees him reuniting with his In Bruges director Martin McDonagh for Seven Psychopaths, in which Farrell plays a screenwriter who gets tangled up in a dog-stealing scheme gone awry. [...]
Third-person action-adventure Remember Me looks a bit Uncharted meets Total Recall meets Deus Ex meets Blade Runner. Definitely doesn't look a bit Monster Hunter though...
If a movie currently has a release date in October, then a brand new trailer came out for it this past week! As such, GeekScholars Movie News has a whole bunch of Preview Reviews for you this episode including new looks at: Cloud Atlas, Killing Them Softly, Taken 2, and Skyfall. After that, GeekScholar Fox gives us his thoughts on the remake of Total [...]
Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Total Recall and The Bourne Legacy. All are, or set to be, great 2012 films. But how do you know they will be any good before you purchase that ticket? Watch the trailer first using … Continue reading ...
Brief featurette including scenes from the film and soundbites from the cast and crew, including Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, and Len Wiseman. Related posts:TOTAL RECALL Trailer #3 Synopsis of ‘Total Recall’ Reboot ‘Total...Show More Summary
Colin Farrell stars in the remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film, inspired by the Phillip K. Dick story “We Can Remember It For You Wholesale.” This trailer (like the ones that preceded it) suggests that the story line follows the original film fairly closely, including the ramped up action that was added to turn [...]Show More Summary
If you've watched the TV spots and trailers for the new Total Recall movie, you've probably noticed a giant metal skyscraper-like elevator, that takes citizens from one side of the planet, to the other. Yes, this movie replaces Mars with an elevator through the center of the Earth, and it's a huge part of the movie. More »
Check out two different trailers for James Bond's return in Skyfall.James Cameron explains the future of Avatar. Kick-Ass 2 adds a villain. Why can't The CW figure out how to copy The Hunger Games? Plus a Total Recall clip! More »
It definitely does not look like Mars. Sony Pictures released a new extended international trailer for the upcoming sci-fi remake “Total Recall.” Here’s the official synopsis: For a factory worker named Douglas Quaid, even though he’s got a beautiful wife … Continue reading ?
As 2012’s summer movie season begins its post-Dark Knight Rises slowdown into sci-fi (Total Recall, Looper) and schlock (The Expendables 2), it’s time to begin looking forward to the fall/ winter release schedule, which is when the movies that hopefully won’t suck as much will finally be released (seriously, this summer has been one letdown [...]