Joined January 25th, 2010
they really offer the remake to the director of the original ?? is that not a little strange ?
@kman - I can relate to that sentiment but when it comes to any movie involving baseball (excited for Moneyball) ...this looks good, have a few friends who played hockey that were geeked up when i told them this was coming out. .. funniest line in the trailer was at the end when the coach was yelling at them and basically called baseball players p*ssies....mostly true btw
...anyone who knows anything about Mike Patton knows this guy is an absolute musical genius. Im sure this is incredible like everything else he does.
@SpaceCowboy -ha. I missed your comment the first time aroud...glad i came back and saw it
@pjwolsker -do yourself a favor and watch the original, plus the other 2 before you see this one.
@disciple419 -agreed. -I almost feel sorry that he is in this however, because I do not see it doing well and I personally feel he is above anything TylerPerry and MatthewFox are in
im glad to see King Leonidas is something thats not a crappy rom com. Movie looks pretty killer
if only they actually made that Tugg Speedman movie from the opening trailers of TropicThunder. That was hilarious! I think it was for the 7th sequel of his hit "Scorcher" franchise... anyway, im sure these trailers will be no different ...which means very funny.
hes soo dreamy! ...but seriously, this movie looks awesome. Refn is an amzing director and ill see anything he does
if its supposed to be a high school football game...isnt it quite unrealistic to believe Rothlisberger and the rest of the steelers as 17 and 18 year olds ?? even if they are extras, youll still be able to see the difference between NFLers and what should be high schoolers. not liking this news
@rufio -I knew I couldnt have been the only one. Its actually on tdkr website too..just click above the bat ears on the homepage. ..
yeah @rated-x go to slash film or click on the home page at the website
...calling it before MW, official Anne Hathaway pic as catwoman on dkr website