Clip Mania: Insurgent, Cinderella, Chappie, and More
First up this week is another clip for Insurgent starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James (both of which return from last year’s hit Divergent). Robert Schwentke (Flightplan) directed the latest YA adaptation (the second of three books) that’s set to come out March 20th. Check out the clip above as we inch closer to its release.
For the third week in a row, I’ve got a new clip of the upcoming Cinderella film for you. The live-action film stars Lily James (Wrath of the Titans), Cate Blanchett, and Richard Madden (HBO’s Game of Thrones) with a release date approaching quickly (March 13th). Check the latest scene out from Kenneth Branagh’s (Thor) film.
Chappie – the sci fi film that releases already next weekend on March 6th – is our only film today with multiple clips. Directed by Neill Blomkamp (District 9) and starring Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel, and Sharlto Copley’s (Elysium) voice, the clips above show some of the snippets we’ve seen in various trailers. The bit about “acting cool” is particularly fun and I’m excited to see the film soon!
As for the comedies, there’s a new clip for Unfinished Business above. Personally, this is the first scene I’ve seen from the movie. The comedy stars Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco, and Simon Pegg (who I was happy to see in the clip). Ken Scott (Starbuck) directed the film and it’ll hit theaters on March 6th as well.
DreamWorks’ animated comedy Home also uploaded a new clip. With a voice cast that includes singer Rihanna, Jim Parsons (CBS’s The Big Bang Theory), and Jennifer Lopez, this seems like an interesting movie to say the least. Check out the clip if you’d like to see a little bit more about the plot (it’s about an alien race that is trying to live peacefully on Earth). Home is set to debut on March 27th and is directed by Tim Johnson (Antz).
The Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper duo is at it again this year with the release of the stuck-in-development Serena. For the longest time, Susanne Bier’s (In a Better World) drama has been waiting for a release. Magnolia finally picked up the movie and you could start watching it starting yesterday (via VOD) or wait until March 27th for a theatrical release. Check out a clip coinciding with its Internet debut.
To finish us off, Simon Curtis’ feature debut, Woman in Gold, released a new clip. The period piece sees Helen Mirren playing the real-life Maria Altmann figure. She’s joined by Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Bruhl (Rush), and many more in the drama that’s set to release April 3rd. Take a look above and expect to see a little more from this movie in the coming month.
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