Morning Must-Read: 'Paranormal Activity 4' Gets a Trailer, 'Hobbit' Has New 3D Glasses and Batman Joins Elite Company
Paramount has been teasing October’s Paranormal Activity 4 all week. The teaser clips and TV spots all lead up to this, the first full trailer for the latest PA sequel. The plot’s being kept under wraps, but we’ve got a pretty blonde teenager, some Web cam trickery, and a creepy kid living next door who may be able to control a neighborhood’s power. See for yourself. The movie opens on Oct. 19:
As Tom Hardy takes down Batman at neighborhood theaters, playing Bane in Chris Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, fans are gearing up for the actor’s next project, Lawless, which opens in theaters Aug. 29. Hardy plays one of three brothers who bootleg moonshine during Prohibition times. The Road director John Hillcoat surround Hardy with fantastic actors, from Gary Oldman and Guy Pearce to the versatile Jessica Chastain. HitFix has the film’s latest poster. We’re sharing it below:
Once upon a time, Precious director Lee Daniels wanted to make a Civil Rights drama with Hugh Jackman. It was titled Selma, but it ran into financing issues, and the duo couldn’t move forward on it. But they never stopped looking for a project on which they could collaborate, and now The L.A. Times says they’re signing on to Orders to Kill, a drama that will center on the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Jackman will play William Pepper, an attorney who argued that James Earl Ray – the man charged with murdering MLK – was innocent.
Lord of the Rings fans waiting patiently for the first of Peter Jackson’s three Hobbit films can look forward to owning a sweet pair of these limited edition RealD 3D glasses (courtesy of HobbitFilm.it):
Finally, The Dark Knight Rises on Thursday became the third film this year to pass $300 million at the domestic box office. Can you name the other two?
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