Just a bunch of minor tidbits on things going on in the film world. Find out which trailers will be shipping with The Matrix Reloaded, check out the poster for Universal’s upcoming Johnny English, find out what the new title for the Can’t Buy Me Love remake is and more.
American fans of Rowan Atkinson have anxiously awaiting the release of his latest film, the spy spoof Johnny English. A friend sent us an image of the final poster for JE, which we are proud to introduce you to now.
Depending on which films your local cinema is scheduled to play, you may see trailers for The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The Last Samurai, Legally Blonde 2, Finding Nemo, The Italian Job, Bad Boys 2, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Kill Bill or Freddy vs Jason in front of The Matrix Reloaded. The one trailer everyone will be seeing is the latest for Terminator 3.
The Fox horror film Wrong Turn, which you may not be aware even exists unless you are a fan of Eliza Dushku, will include the first trailer for Lions Gate’s Cabin Fever, along with Fox’s The Order and 28 Days Later.
Actress turned director Troy Beyer convinced Warner Brothers earlier this year it was time for a hip hop remake of the 80s teen classic Can’t Buy Me Love, starring Nick Cannon. The film has been shooting under the title If You Were My Girl, but this week was changed to Love Don’t Cost A Thing. Also featuing Christina Milian, Steve Harvey and Vanessa Bell Calloway, film finds Cannon as Alvin Johnson, a brilliant, likable outcast who has come to regret the years of intellectual endeavors that prevented him and his un-hip friends from socializing, getting girlfriends and hanging out with the super-cool “Elite” kids. When queen of the Elites, Paris Morgan wrecks her mother’s car, Alvin steps in and mortgages his future to help her out. The catch: in exchange for $1500 in car parts and Alvin’s automotive expertise, Paris agrees to “fake a front” with him to convince the school that they’re dating. The question is: can Alvin rein in his newfound ego before he loses his true friends, his chance for a scholarship and a shot at a real relationship with Parisr Film opens December 12.
Whether it was a premature announcement or a change in plans again, Warner Brothers has Exorcist: The Beginning back on their release schedule for July 18.
And finally, your first look at scenes from Will Smith’s July 2004 release I, Robot will come this December, with a preview attached to the Farrelly Brother’s Stuck On You.