Sunday, 17 July 2011

This Week's Trailers: A Jude Law Special

Literally a million trailers have been released this week, and 999,961 of them feature Jude Law. Here is a representative sample.

Jude Law in Contagion

"Someone doesn't have to weaponise the bird flu. The birds are doing that." Just give Fishburne all the awards already.
Released October 21st 2011

The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn

C'est un événement cinématographique révolutionnaire! Yeah, right. I bet that's what the French said when they invented cinema, and where did that get us? Eh?
Released October 26th 2011

The Inbetweeners

I was about to cry into my Kevin And Perry Go Large box set until the line "Where's Neil?" "He's literally incredible" popped up. FIVE STARS.
Released August 17th 2011

Jude Law in Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows

Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes is beginning to resemble Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's creation about as much as Roger Moore resembles Fleming's James Bond. And they still haven't sorted out the Jude Law problem, i.e. he's in it.
For a far more interesting look at this trailer wrap your peepers around this from Clothes On Film, especially if you like clothes. And film. And, to some extent, the word "on".
Released December 16th 2011

John Carter

I don't know about you but I can't wait for Cowboys & Aliens.
Released March 9th 2012

The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists!

Any film with "grog and ghosts and whales and lepers, biscuits, nudists and some dentures", as well as no less than TWO exclamation marks in its title, is fine by me.
Released March 30th 2012

The Thing

Looks like the CG Visible Breath budget ran out after the first 30 seconds. Maybe David Fincher has some left over from The Social Network?
Released October 14th 2011

Jude Law in Hugo

If Sacha Baron Cohen doesn't say "Good moaning" at any point I will be severely disappointed.
Released December 2nd 2011

1 comment :

  1. You seem to be missing the trailer for Jude Law vs The Evil Empire co-starring Rupert Murdoch as himself.