Hello and Happy Monday TC readers! Not a lot coming to the theaters this Friday but there are a few options to choose from on the retail front. Don’t forget to check out my Community review on Intro into Felt Surrogacy (4.09) here! You can also read up on my 42 review here as well! You’ll notice some format changes with the retail section of this update which marks the beginning of some pretty exciting changes for Thinking Cinematic! More on that later. For now let’s jump straight into last week’s trailers!
In case you missed it:
A longer trailer for the movie The Hangover Part III, which reveals more footage and plot details and you can check it out here! The Hangover Part III stars Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, and John Goodman. The film is expected to release on May 24th, 2013!
A trailer for Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium hit the web last week and you can check it out here! Set in the year 2519, civilization has been split on planet Earth. The wealthy live on a man made space station while the poor and suffering live among the ruins of Earth. One man embarks on a mission that could change the balance of society. Elysium stars Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, and Matt Damon. Elysium is set to hit theaters on August 9th, 2013!
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.
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