Forget Seven Psychopaths, we'd like to introduce you to Seven PsychoCats...
Are you ready to see Christopher Walken as you've never seen him before? Or how about Colin Farrell? There's been a bit of a buzz around their latest movie, Seven Psychopaths.
But now they're hitting headlines for other, well, feline reasons.
A spoof video doing the rounds, called Seven PsychoCats currently has everyone talking.
After watching it we think it may just be the creepiest spoof we've ever seen. But don't just take our word for it, have a watch for yourself:
Some of the Twitter reactions include:
Whoever gave this cat Christopher Walken hair: The internet thanks you. Watch 'The
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Ever wondered how those 3d muscle men in Wrath of The Titans get to look like that? Well I’m one of them now. So listen up!
The militarily dressed man to the right there has come up with a workout regime tied to the release of Wrath Of The Titans on Blu-Ray (this week).
Here’s what you do.
Go to a room chock full of bars (for hanging from) with hoops hanging from them (also for hanging from).
Get a muscly guy dressed as a Trojan to yell instructions at you, some making sense, some not (“I’m a hot potato! And this potato wants FIVE MORE!!”).
Pull yourself up on the rings and the bars in a variety of ways, all of them painful – Pressups (rings), pull-ups (bars), rows (rings), dips (bars), big circly things (weights). And remember that you are doing a pathetic job, at all times, and need to work harder.
Hobbit fans unite, there's some exciting new material around...
Hobbit fans say hello to Bilbo Baggins (played by Martin Freeman). In a new poster revealed this weekend, we get a glimpse of Bilbo.
The movie is due for release on the 13th December this year and frankly we can't wait. Last week we unveiled the trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, watch it here.
Find out more about our exciting trailer launch coming to MSN Movies very soon...
We're pleased to announce that we'll be launching The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey trailer exclusively on MSN Movies this month. That's right, you've already seen the teasers for the film, so now it's time for the official trailer.
THE FULL-LENGTH TRAILER WILL BE LAUNCHING AT 3PM GMT.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be one of the biggest films of the year and we're all looking forward to what Director Peter Jackson will deliver this time round.
It's been ten years exactly since The Fellowship Of The Ring finally reached us. And we've missed Middle Earth since Peter Jackson completed his epic trilogy. We'll let you know as soon as it lands, in the meantime make sure you follow us at @msnmovies_ed for any announcements.
The adventure follows the journey of title character Bilbo Baggins, who is swept into an epic quest to reclaim thelost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from the fearsome dragon Smaug. Approached out of the blue by the wizard Gandalf the Grey, Bilbo finds himself joining a company of thirteen dwarves led by the legendary warrior, Thorin Oakenshield. Their journey will take them into the Wild; through treacherous lands swarming with Goblins and Orcs, deadly Wargs and Giant Spiders, Shapeshifters and Sorcerers.
Although their goal lies to the East and the wastelands of the Lonely Mountain first they must escape the goblin tunnels, where Bilbo meets the creature that will change his life forever...Gollum.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be released in December 2012.
The Inbetweeners movie is old news to us. But it's unheard of across the pond.
Look who's just arrived in the US of A? It's The Inbetweeners, promoting their original Inbetweeners movie, which never received a US release. Following its gigantic box office success in the UK, the popular (former) teenagers will be hoping to pick up some traction in the US.
We're certainly hoping they'll go down better than The Inbetweeners US TV show, which certainly appears to have failed to capture the humour of our lads.
Word reached our ears lately that the producers are hoping to make the sequel with the lads. No comment on the second Inbetweeners flick (Uni days?) at this little photocall. But you can bet the second movie becomes a lot more likely if this one picks up some traction in the US.
We're still fascinated to find out how Ang Lee is going to handle an adaptation of Yann Martel's bestselling novel. The latest reveal is this rather lovely new poster with the tiger very much 'burning bright'.
Check out the trailer here and cast your eyes forward to the release in December.
But can movies survive without the main character?
There appears to be a new Hollywood trend appearing: movies with the main character MIA.
Take the Bourne movies, for example. Jason Bourne was at the epicenter of the Bourne money-spinner, but this August Jeremy Renner is Bourne again as Aaron Cross – the new male lead.
Hurt Locker and Ghost Protocol's charismatic hardman Renner comes off the subs bench for Matt Damon as the super-spy franchise keeps free-running and gunning without Bourne’s presence.
And now it’s been announced Kristen Stewart will not be the main focus of the huge Snow White and the Huntsmen’s sequel – with rumours circulating she might not be in it at all.
After revealing her affair with SWATHM director, Rupert Sanders, it seems R-Patz isn’t all Kristen might’ve lost.
The 22-year-old played the lead character of Snow White in SWATHM, but Universal have said that the sequel will instead focus on the character of the Huntsman, played by Chris Hemsworth.
Oh K-Stew! It turns out Snow White isn’t such a fairy tale after all.
How long can this trend continue? What’s next – Batman without the masked hero himself? A Bond movie without 007 making an appearance? Jurassic Park without any dinosaurs?
What a preposterous thought. Let’s buck this trend, yeah Hollywood?
Eat your heart out Katniss Everdeen – MSN Movies’ Emma Roberts showed off her bow and arrow skills at an archery experience day to celebrate the release of Pixar’s latest movie, Brave.
- By Emma Roberts
I hope you appreciate this article. Not because it’s a Shakespearean masterpiece (although I wouldn’t say it’s far off) but because of the colossal length of time that it has taken me to write. It’s not the subject matter that has swallowed the hours away but the fact that I am having to type with just one hand. You see, my left arm has been pretty much out of use for the past 24 hours thanks to archery-induced arm strain. Ouch.
Still, despite having to eat my dinner with one hand and adopting a fairly questionable driving position (I swear I could hear my old driving instructor yelling the words ’ten and two’ when I was cruising home) I have to say that my archery experience day was well worth it!
To celebrate the launch of Pixar’s latest movie Brave, Disney invited a group of journalists to test their bow and arrow skills at a target range in north London. Thinking myself as a bit of a Katniss Everdeen or even a Legolas from Lord of The Rings, I jumped at the chance to get acquainted with a bow and arrow. After all, if Jennifer Lawrence can do it, surely I could too? I strutted on to the target range thinking that my first shot would be a perfect bullseye and everyone would applaud me gleefully.
My cockiness was soon diminished though after my first arrow failed to hit the target. When I say failed, I mean that my wayward arrow probably hit a cow in the field beside ours. I found out the hard way that archery is actually very difficult!
Things didn’t get better when the journo next to me seemed to be a wood elf in disguise – she got a near perfect shot almost every time. Well, there’s nothing like a spot of sport to bring out you’re competitive nature and I made sure I listened to the instructor’s every word as he guided me through my next shot. I suppose he didn’t want any more cow casualties.
See pictures from the movie Brave!
Hurray! I finally managed to hit the target, but at the cost of my feeble arm muscles. Archery may look easy, but it makes you work muscles that you never thought you had! (Or maybe, the problem in my case was that I didn’t actually have the muscles in the first place. Note to self: go to the gym.)
We were also joined by Becky Martin, who, at only 16 years old, is one of the best archers in the country. With her huge, curly locks, she couldn’t help but remind me of Merida, the main character from Brave. Like Merida, Becky was amazing with her bow and arrow – she made Legolas look like, well… me.
What’s more, her bow looked like it was some sort of futuristic alien weapon, making my bow (which was called Anita) look a little lame.
Bow envy aside, as the day went on, my archery skills improved and, although I came second to last in the competition (I swear some of the journalists were members of a secret archery society) I had a fantastic time.
In fact, maybe when I watch the movie Brave, I can take down some notes from Merida’s archery scenes and become even better. Then again, maybe I’ll leave the sharp-shooting for the stronger-armed journalists out there!
Brave is out in cinemas across the UK now.
No cows were harmed in the making of this blog. I don’t think.
The new 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' trailer stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner and Steve Carell.
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- Kick Ass 2
- Despicable Me 2
- Pacific Rim
- The World's End
- The Wolverine