With the remake of "Red Dawn" hitting theaters tomorrow, it's probably a good time to figure out whether you're going to enlist for another tour of duty with The Wolverines. Perhaps the best way to figure out if you want to enjoy the latest action offering would be to check out the first eight minutes of the film, courtesy of the folks over at io9.
The preview gives us a look at a happy small Colorado town…before the North Koreans invade, that is. The remake of "Red Dawn" stars Chris Hemsworth, Adrianne Palicki, and Josh Hutcherson as a band of teenagers who escape into the woods and mount a guerilla-style resistance to the new invaders.
Head over to io9 to check out the first eight minutes of "Red Dawn."
"Movie 43" has a two things. Lots of celebrities and lots of crude humor. This is the poster for that movie.
Also, you get not one but two "Red Dawn" videos to watch in today's Dailies!
With Marvel firmly at Disney and DC firmly at Warner Bros., the odds of ever seeing Thor and Wonder Woman in a movie together are slim to none. So here's a compromise: "Red Dawn," the upcoming action movie remake starring the God of Thunder himself, Chris Hemsworth, and the woman who was nearly the small screen's new Wonder Woman, Adrianne Palicki.
MTV News has an exclusive clip from the "Red Dawn" remake featuring Hemsworth and Palicki's characters meeting for the first time. As is befitting two of Hollywood's finest specimens, the chemistry between Hemsworth and Palicki is practically palpable, making it all the more believable when a young Josh Hutcherson more or less swoons when the "Friday Night Lights" actress comes calling for a pair of French fries.
See the clip below!
Common knowledge tells us that if we want to see more good movies, we have to support the ones that are in theaters now. That may have worked with "Looper," Rian Johnson's incredible sci-fi flick. According to a new report, the movie has inspired a new trend of time travel productions. Good job, everyone!
Also, see a new clip from "Red Dawn" and pick up a fear of flying in today's Dailies!
If you've seen the original 1984 "Red Dawn," you probably know it as an over-the-top, darker-than-you'd-think anti-Commie wonder. The remake starring Josh Peck, Chris Hemsworth, and Adrianne Palicki sticks pretty close to the original set-up, but adds a more modern, more Michael Bay-inspired action aesthetic.
The first clip from "Red Dawn" demonstrates that perfectly, showing us the more explosive version of the North Korean invasion, which used to be a Chinese invasion until that no longer made sense economically.
Check out the clip after the jump!
Nearly 30 years after Patrick Swayze, Charlie Sheen and C. Thomas Howell took up arms against invading Soviet troops, a whole new crop of Hollywood's Pretty Young Things will fend off an equally formidable foe in the upcoming remake of "Red Dawn," hitting theaters November 21.
Starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and Josh Peck, the film follows a rag-tag group of teens as their town is taken over by North Korean forces. As part of MTV's Fall Movie Preview Week, we've not only snagged an exclusive first-look image from the film, but chatted up Peck about the long-gestating project and its roots in the '80s classic.
Check out exclusive images from "Red Dawn" and the rest of our Fall Movie Preview films.
Production began on the actioner three years ago, long before Hemsworth wielded Thor's hammer or Hutcherson entered the arena as Peeta, and for co-star Peck, the wait for "Red Dawn" to break on the big-screen has been a long one, to say the least.
At the very least, the first trailer for the "Red Dawn" remake is a magical trip back to 2009.
Thanks to MGM's bankruptcy, the nearly three-year-old retelling of a
Chinese North Korean invasion of the United States is finally getting a release. The film hits this Thanksgiving, but today Yahoo! Movies dropped the first trailer for "Red Dawn," starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, and Adrianne Palicki.
Check it out after the jump!
By Ryan Gowland
Back in September of 2009, the remake of "Red Dawn" started production in Michigan under the direction of first-time helmer Dan Bradley, who had worked as a stunt coordinator and second unit director on three "Bourne" movies, including the upcoming "Bourne Legacy."
The cast was filled with relative unknowns, including Australian actor Chris Hemsworth as the lead, alongside Josh Hutcherson, the most well known of the cast having just appeared in "Journey to the Center of Earth" following performances in "Zathura" and "RV." Expected to arrive in 2010, "Red Dawn" took an unexpected detour which has finally come to an end.
Check out the new poster for "Red Dawn" after the jump!
If Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson look a few years younger in these new stills from the upcoming "Red Dawn" remake, that's because the movie has been "upcoming" for about three years now.
The much delayed film about a foreign invasion on U.S. soil will finally see the light of day in November, and stars younger versions of Hemsworth, Hutcherson, Adrianne Palicki, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Check out the photos after the jump!
Finally, James Bond is actually coming to a theater near you some day soon, thanks to an agreement reached by Sony and MGM.
Deadline was the first to post a press release announcing that Sony is distributing "James Bond 23" alongside MGM, and that they're already looking at "Bond 24" as well. We're hoping this means we'll be seeing MGM's "Red Dawn" and "Cabin In The Woods" through Sony as well, though nothing is official yet. In exchange, MGM will co-finance several Sony pictures, including David Fincher's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
After the jump, find out which unreleased robot movie already has a sequel in the works, the line-up for Cannes and what "Fast Five" director Justin Lin has to say about his "Terminator" plans.