You’re in the semi-dark theater. After a bunch of trailers, you just want the main feature to start. And then you see a trailer that makes you go, “Wow… I want to see that when it comes out!!” The point of “Soon on the Silver Screen” to showcase the latest trailers. To give you an example of what you can expect, this inaugural segment of “Soon on the Silver Screen” has some interesting trailers of all kinds of movies and hopefully you may see a trailer or two that will speak to you!
Ethan Hawke plays a writer that discovers a chilling secret about the house he just moved into. If you are looking for a good scare or just don’t want to sleep for a couple of nights, then this is for you.
THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER
Equipped with young talent like Logan Lerman & Emma Watson, this comedy adapted from the book has the potential to be a film that a wide variety of audiences can identify with.
RISE OF THE GUARDIANS
When a menacing enemy threatens the innocence of Earth’s children, their only hope comes from the likes of the Sandman, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny & Santa Claus in this epic animated adventure.
Complete with great cinematography, Tom Hooper (director of Oscar winning film, The King’s Speech) as the director, and talent such as Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe & Anne Hathaway, this trailer of big screen adaptation of the one of the longest running Broadway musicals is looking to take home a few Oscars in addition to being a beautiful film. Over the backdrop of Hathaway’s emotional rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” sets the tone of what audiences can expect.
WRECK IT RALPH
Ralph is an average guy who leaves his job to find a better job that he can enjoy. Oh yea, did I mention that Ralph is a villain in an arcade video game? Hey, video game characters have feelings too!
Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, & John Goodman star in Agro, a film based on the true story of secret agents posing as a movie crew in an effort rescue American hostages in 1979.
Pixar is finally giving audiences everywhere a peek at Mike & Sully’s college days in this follow-up of the 2001 release of Monsters Inc.
Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson and Leonardo DiCaprio in pseudo-Saturday morning cartoon villain role? Mr. Tarantino… you had my curiosity, but now you have my attention. J
To quote the character Maximus played by Russell Crowe from Gladiator, “HAVE YOU NOT BEEN ENTERTAINED?!” We hope you saw at least one new film that intrigues you. Stay tuned to the Le Cinema Mercurial for more movies on the horizon, movie reviews and everything in between!
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