Hello and Happy Monday TC readers! Got quite a few trailers this week as well as a lot of retail releases. Not as much releasing nation wide this week but still interesting releases nonetheless. If you haven’t checked out my latest review on Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters check it out here. The review may surprise you!
In case you missed it:
A trailer for the movie, The Iceman was released last week. The movie is based on the life of Mafia hit man Richard Kuklinksi and stars Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans, Ray Liotta, and James Franco. The Iceman is set to hit theaters in May 2013!
A trailer for the movie, Knights of Badassdom, was released last week. During a larping event a group of players accidentally summon a demon from hell turning their imaginary game into a real pain. Knights of Badassdom stars, Peter Dinklage, Danny Puddi, Summer Glau, and Steve Zahn and has a tentative 2013 release date.
A trailer for the movie, Day of the Falcon, was released last week. Two kingdoms reach a peaceful agreement after years of fighting and bloodshed. When oil is discovered between the two kingdoms the bloodshed continues and the quest for dominance ensues. Day of the Falcon stars, Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong, and Frieda Pinto, and is set to release on March 1st, 2013!
A trailer for the movie, Olympus Has Fallen, also was released last week. When a secret service agent is forced to make the call between saving the president, and the first lady, he ultimately saves the president. His actions remove him from the line of duty and he is forced to relocate. However, when the White House is attacked, it’s up to the disgraced secret service agent to regain control and save the president. The movie stars, Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, and Rick Yune and is set to release on March 22, 2013!
Not a trailer but a clip was released last week from the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, jObs and you can view it up above. The movie stars, Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad, and J.K. Simmons and is set to release on April 19, 2013! The clip as well as the movie itself has received mixed reviews, although many have praised Kutcher’s performance. Personally it’s not much to go on but it does leave me a bit underwhelmed.
That does it for a glimpse of last week’s trailers. Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment below and let us know! Let’s go ahead and move on into home releases.
Coming to Blu-ray/DVD this week we have:
Here’s a look at what’s coming to the theaters!
February 1st Wide Release:
February 1st Limited Release (Check your local listings):
See anything that’s missing? Comment and let us know!
That does it for this week! Be sure to keep coming back every Monday and Saturday for new Thinking Cinematic content!
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