What will you be watching?
Pirates of the Caribbean is making a triumphant return to cinemas after a six year break following the less than astonishing fourth instalment, and it could not be more exciting. We’ve gotten some great content already for this fifth entry in the series, but we are now getting a bit over saturated with trailers, including this one that boasts an appearance from Orlando Bloom.
The trailer is 30 seconds long and is full of clips we’ve already seen, except for one new clip of Bloom’s Will Turner, now captain of The Flying Dutchman, meeting the new lead female played Kaya Scodelario. He’s not sporting some barnacles from his face, a far sight from his pretty boy appearance in the original trilogy.
The worst thing about On Stranger Tides was the lack of Will and Elizabeth; the complex friendship between them and Jack is completely crucial to how brilliant the first three are, and the fact that Will is back is a very good sign for this one. May just seems too far away.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is out May 26th
Although not released to the public just yet, the first footage for Kingsman sequel, The Golden Circle was shown to audiences at CinemaCon this weekend. Following on from Matthew Vaughn’s successful Spy caper, the sequel sees Taron Egerton’s Eggsy, now a fully trained Kingsman spy, out on a new mission. His team travel to America and make contact with their American branch Statesman, including Southern spy operative Channing Tatum. Yet soon Eggsy and the agency come up against new villains from an untraceable underworld organisation.
The footage includes star Egerton in a missile filled car chase as well as first glimpse at the new character played by Tatum. The footage also confirms that Colin Firth’s Harry Hart does feature in the film. Harry was shot in the face by Supervillain Samuel L. Jackson in the first film but early reports suggested Firth would reprise his role. Egerton had posted last year, via his social media, a hint claiming ‘reports of my death have been greatly over exaggerated’ with a pair of Hart’s glasses.
As well as Egerton and Firth reprising their roles the films sees Mark Strong return as Merlin and Sophie Cookson as Roxy. As well as Tatum joining the cast the film also features newcomers Halle Berry, Elton John, Jeff Bridges, Vinnie Jones and Julianne Moore as the films new villain.
The footage went down a treat with those that were lucky enough to see it and hopefully this means a trailer cannot be far away. Kingsman: The Golden Circle will be released in cinemas this September.
There are very few ideas out there that can claim to be wholly unique. The Book of Henry is not quite one of those ideas. But it’s damn close.
Starring Jacob Tremblay and Naomi Watts as an incredibly intelligent son and his mother as they attempt to find evidence on their next-door neighbour who they believe is abusing his stepdaughter.
The trailer creates an eerie sense of tension mixed with horror as it shows a 12-year-old boy as he plots out revenge.
The Book of Henry looks to be a surreal film that will defy many expectations, and turn the conventions of thrillers on their head.
The Book of Henry is out this June!