New Images for Knights of Badassdom, Total Recall, In Time, Abduction, and Immortals

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New images from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, which is really not worth subscribing to, to be perfectly honest, but for every 6 or 7 lousy issues, they come up with one issue that’s worth even picking up from the mailbox. This is one such issue, which includes new/first looks at “The Amazing Spider-Man”, “Knights of Badassdom”, “Total Recall”, “Underworld 4″, “In Time”, “Immortals”, and “Abduction”.

Summer Glau, Ryan Kwanten, and Steven Zahn in Joe Lynch’s “Knights of Badassdom”:

Colin Farrell in Len Wiseman’s remake of “Total Recall”:

Henry Cavill in Tarsem Singh’s “Immortals”:

Amanda Seyfried and Justin Timberlake in Andrew Niccol’s “In Time”:

Lily Collins and Taylor Lautner in John Singleton’s “Abduction”:

Also in this issue, the first image from “Underworld 4″ and some rad new “Amazing Spider-Man” images.

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  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/BZBUOXY42MWKDTFMTQIXVNUB24 Dominique

    As much crap as people are giving the TOTAL RECALL remake (and the inevitable comparisons to the original) I’m really looking forward to it. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed all of Wiseman’s movies so far and I’m interested in how his vision interprets Phillip K. Dick’s story. Plus, James Vanderbilt (BASIC, THE RUNDOWN, THE LOSERS, THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and Kurt Wimmer (EQUILIBRIUM, STREET KINGS, LAW ABIDING CITIZEN, SALT) are 2 of the writers for this!!!

    • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

      maybe the bigger issue with the total recall version by Wiseman is the casting and not so much the director himself.

    • justjoe

      I don´t know if Kurt Wimmer as a writer is a reason to watch “Total Remake”, his work on Street Kings and Salt was mediocre and Ultraviolet was horrible. And Wiseman? Well, I´ll put them into a corner with Brett Rattner, McG and Paul Anderson, ok filmmakers but no visionaries or artists. The only flic that´s showcased here and I´m excited about is Knights of Badassdom! Looks fun!

      • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/BZBUOXY42MWKDTFMTQIXVNUB24 Dominique

        Wow, you claim to be a fan of “visionaries and artists” and the only flick that´s showcased here that you’re excited about is Knights of Badassdom? Immortals is seeping with loads more artistic merit (even though the main plot isn’t exactly original). And In Time should prove to be good as well, since Andrew Nicoll’s track record (GATTACA, THE TRUMAN SHOW, LORD OF WAR) speaks for itself.

        • justjoe

          I´m also a fan of original work and 80´s B-movie cheese, and Knights of Badassdom look to be just like that for me: fun! And if it comes to Immortals…well it just looks like 300 all over, lots and lots of green screen, slow-mo, shiny helmets and dudes with bare chests coming right out of a tv commercial. Not interested (and I love those movie by Nicoll you listed above)!

        • justjoe

          I´m also a fan of original work and 80´s B-movie cheese, and Knights of Badassdom look to be just like that for me: fun! And if it comes to Immortals…well it just looks like 300 all over, lots and lots of green screen, slow-mo, shiny helmets and dudes with bare chests coming right out of a tv commercial. Not interested (and I love those movie by Nicoll you listed above)!

  • apeman

    recently american movies suck so much…justin timberlake, guys from the atrocious twilight, awful remakes of iconic movies….what’s next? a superman reboot with kevin costner?