Consider this as the Anti-‘Waterworld’. The once known for being the source of life for humanity went crazy and turned Earth into a baked wasteland. If Kevin Costner was in search for dryland, here they’re craving for H2O. Aside from the already-challenging-quest for survival, an ambush will take place to add up on the thrill.
Hell is directed by Tim Fehlbaum and produced by Roland Emmerich.
Disney's John Carter
Director Andrew Stanton, known for his animated features like Finding Nemo and Wall-E, ventures on his first live-action film John Carter. John Carter is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 11-volume Barsoom series. It follows the story of former military captain John Carter, played by Taylor Kitsch, who is transported to planet Mars where he will become a part of a war between the people of the planet and it is now his job to save Barsoom and its people. John Carter also stars Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, and Bryan Cranston.
Disney’s John Carter is slated for a March 2012 worldwide release.
Everything worth anything is both terrifying and beautiful. Like the first time you do something that you know is wrong — you know it’s wrong and yet you do it anyway.
Tanner Hall follows the story of friends living their teenage years in a private world of an all-girls boarding school. This is another take on a coming-of-age story that in order for you to find yourself, you must first lose your way. Stars Rooney Mara, Georgia King, Amy Sedaris, Tom Everett Scott, and Brie Larson.
Written and Directed by Francesca Gregorini and Tatiana von Furstenberg. Tanner Hall hits select theaters come September 2011.
Martin Scorsese joins the 3D bandwagon in his new family-adventure feature, HUGO. HUGO is set in Paris during the 1930s. It tells the story of an orphan who lives behind the walls of a train station where a mystery involving his late father and an invention lies.
The film stars Asa Butterfield, Chloë Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Jude Law and Sacha Baron Cohen. HUGO is set to hit the theaters this November 2011.
New Year's Eve
New Year’s Eve is an upcoming ensemble romcom flick directed by Garry Marshall. It was originally intended as the sequel to the 2010 film Valentine’s Day but it was later announced that the cast won’t be reprising their roles for the new movie. Instead, they will play new parts and have new storylines but still got the same feel as Valentine’s Day.
The film stars Ashton Kutcher, Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Hilary Swank, Michelle Pfeiffer, Zac Efron, Sofia Vergara, Jessica Biel, Halle Berry, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alyssa Milano, Ryan Seacrest, Jon Bon Jovi, Ludacris, Josh Duhamel, and more.
New Year’s Eve is slated for a December 2011 release just in time for the holidays.
Long distance. Young love. Early heartbreak. Sundance veteran Drake Doremus seems to manage all of these things quite well in his award-winning Sundance 2011 entry — Like Crazy. The film follows the story of an American guy, Jacob (Anton Yelchin), who falls for the British girl, Anna (Felicity Jones). Romance bloom but it had to end soon because Anna accidentally violates the terms of her visa and was forced to leave the U.S. This sparks their attempt to keep their relationship given that they are geographically separated.
Co-starring in the film are Oscar-nominee Jennifer Lawrence and Charlie Bewley. Like Crazy won Best Picture and Jones won Best Actress. It is set to hit the theaters this fall.