If you thought Chris Hemsworth's charismatic delivery of Thor's dialogue meant he could sell anything, you haven't yet heard the lines he's asked to say with a grimace in Red Dawn. The predictably-polished remake of the 1984 original casts Hemsworth, Josh Peck, Josh Hutcherson, Adrianne Palicki, Isabel Lucas, and Connor Cruise (yes, of being adopted by Tom Cruise fame) as the fervently-jingoistic modern equivalents of Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Charlie Sheen, Lea Thompson, and so on, tasked with defending their football and chain bar & grill-loving small town from the invading forces of North Korea (changed from China at the last minute in the interest of the Chinese box office numbers).
Red Dawn, like the similarly-Hemsworth-buzzcut-sporting Cabin in the Woods, was shelved for a few years while MGM was going through some financial troubles, but it seems likely it will only do better because of it. Thor and Snow White and the Huntsman have made a big star out of Hemsworth, while The Hunger Games has made Hutcherson a notable name in militant youths--not to mention what Olympics gymnastics has done for the popularity of cheering for attractive teenagers to defeat an bewilderingly-mobile Asian threat. Here's the completely functional trailer:
Look, not to be a grammar North Korean communist, but: "everyday" isn't the same as "every day," Red Dawn.