Trailer Watch: Roland Emmerich Destroys Shakespeare, Daniel Radcliffe Meets 'The Woman in Black' and Chris Evans Gets Punctured


He famously destroyed The White House in Independence Day and the entire world in 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow. Now director Roland Emmerich is set to destroy one of the most well-respected and world-renowned playwrights in history – William Shakespeare. The international trailer for the Shakespeare-was-a-fraud drama Anonymous has landed and finds Rhys Ifans as the Earl of Oxford using Rafe Spall’s Shakespeare to publish his poetry and plays. Anonymous is scheduled to arrive in theaters October 28th.

We haven’t seen Daniel Radcliffe in a non-Harry Potter role since 2007’s December Boys. Thankfully, his first feature stint outside of Hogwarts looks promising. The first domestic teaser trailer for The Woman in Black has arrived and looks to be a chilling thriller. The movie hits theaters February 3, 2012.

In this legal drama directed by first-time feature film directors Adam and Mark Kassen, Chris Evans plays a drug-addicted townie with a ton of personal demons. Oh and he’s also a lawyer taking on a giant health supply corporation in a David vs. Goliath battle. Puncture doesn’t have a release date, but based on the trailer and the somewhat far-fetched premise, look for it to most likely drop in early 2012.



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