James Franco and Will Smith have a new member in their Unconvincing Science Club: It's Antonio Banderas, star of Pedro Almodóvar's The Skin I Live In! This first domestic trailer for the film doesn't give away a lot of plot specifics, but it does lend the strong impression that Banderas's scientific study is something a bit more sinister than inventing new seductive fragrances. Also, you get to see a woman in a flesh-colored bodysuit getting chased by a bald man in a tiger costume. So if you squint, you can imagine there is nudity and an actual tiger eating Grant Morrison alive.
Antonio Banderas and Mark Strong wage war over no man's land, and for the Honorary Exotic Leader card Ben Kingsley left hidden in the sand when he departed for Eastern lands, in Enemy at the Gates director Jean-Jacques Annaud's Day of the Falcon. The actors play rival sheikhs--... / Continue →
After delving into psychological thrills and surgical horror with Antonio Banderas in The Skin I Live In, Pedro Almodóvar is reportedly going to the opposite end of the film spectrum for I'm So Excited. At the opposite end of surgical horror? Flight attendants performing a chor... / 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 →