I don't care enough to watch the old ones and check, but I think this is new, international trailer for Knowing. Even if it's not, this is a good chance to re-watch and try to figure out what the big reveal at the end is going to be. We know the series of seemingly-random numbers some girl wrote in 50-year-old time capsule predict the dates of future disasters, but HOW!? And what is Nicolas Cage going to do about it!? I'm guessing he somehow sacrifices himself to make the numbers not add up, thus saving Earth. Then we flash back to 1958 and see the girl scratching out the last date, and we all breathe a sigh of relief, but then she writes a new disaster date that's set for like 2012, and we're like, "Shit, sequel!" Or maybe it's just ghosts or aliens or something.
In Knowing, Nicolas Cage has found a pattern of numbers that predicts every major disaster that has or will happen, and you can really tell he's concerned about this discovery. Just look at the Nicolas Cage expressions in these new production photos. Such intensity. Could this ... / Continue →
Recent dire-looking fare like Trespass, Justice, and Stolen having diminished Nicolas Cage's standards to desperate new lows--even for Nicolas Cage--cinema's most resilient, trash-loving cockroach has scuttled up to a new project that will make you ask whether or not it's for r... / Continue →
On today's episode of Michael Biehn's Tales of the Post-Apocalypse, Michael Biehn (Terminator, Aliens) has run out of patience and also run out of budget, forcing Michael Biehn to make today's episode an anger-filled bottle episode. Basically, this means it does not have a lot ... / Continue →