We’ve got some new posters from the following films:
- Jurassic Park 3D – The 3D re-release of the 1993 Steven Spielberg classic now has a new poster to mark the IMAX 3D debut on April 9th.
- The Host – From Twilight author Stephenie Meyer comes this sci-fi movie starring Saoirse Ronan, Diane Kruger, Jake Abel and Max Irons, featured in these new character posters. The Host opens March 29th.
- The Numbers Station – The new thriller starring John Cusack and Malin Akerman opens April 26th.
- Dark Skies – A Russian poster for the sci-fi thriller starring Keri Russell, Josh Hamilton, Dakota Goyo and J.K. Simmons. Dark Skies opens stateside on February 22nd.
- Kiss of the Damned – Written and directed by Xan Cassavetes, starring Josephine de la Baume, Milo Ventimiglia, Roxane Mesquida, Anna Mouglalis, Michael Rapaport and Riley Keough, Kiss of the Damned will be available on iTunes/On Demand March 28, 2013, and in theaters May 3, 2013.
Hit the jump to check out the posters and synopses.
The first trailer is now available for director Kasper Barfoed’s The Numbers Station. The thriller stars John Cusack as an ex-CIA Black Ops agent tasked with protecting a code operator (Malin Akerman). When a highly organized assault threatens their lives and the security of the communication center, the two must work together to prevent the attackers from accomplishing their deadly mission. While it looks to be a by-the-numbers thriller, Cusack is definitely an interesting choice as you would expect Nicolas Cage to take this one and run with it. This is one of seven movies Cusack has coming out this year so let’s hope this doesn’t represent his best work of 2013. The Numbers Station is expected to open on April 26th. Hit the jump to watch the trailer and see the full synopsis.
John Cusack has joined the cast of The Numbers Station. The actor will star opposite Malin Ackerman in the action thriller directed by Kasper Barfoed (The Candidate). Variety reports that the actor will play “a disgraced black-ops agent tasked with a deadend job of protecting a code operator (Ackerman) for an isolated covert CIA broadcast station.” Ethan Hawke was previously set in the starring role, but it looks like thing didn’t work out and Cusack is stepping in. F. Scott Frazier wrote the screenplay, and production is set to begin in mid-November. Cusack will next be seen as Edgar Allen Poe in The Raven, and is also set to star in Lee Daniels’ adaptation of The Paperboy, the comedy Carnaval with Johnny Knoxville, and the serial killer drama Frozen Ground opposite Nicolas Cage.
Malin Akerman has joined Ethan Hawke in Kasper Barfoed’s spy-thriller The Numbers Station. According to Variety, the story centers on “a disgraced black ops agent (Hawke) tasked with a dead-end job of protecting a young woman in the middle of the Nevada desert. When the two come under attack, they have to fight to stay alive.” So it really is a dead-end job! Hey-o!
Akerman will next be seen in The Romantics, which opens this week, and in the drama The Bang Bang Club, which screens at the Toronto International Film Festival. She’s also co-starring in the indie crime flicks Criminal Empire for Dummys with Gary Oldman and Milo Ventimiglia and Catch .44 with Forest Whitaker and Bruce Willis.
Ethan Hawke (Daybreakers) has signed on to star and co-produce the spy thriller The Numbers Station under the direction of Kasper Barfoed (The Candidate). According to Variety, F. Scott Frazier’s Script centers around a “disgraced black ops agent tasked with a dead-end job of protecting a 20-year-old woman in the middle of the Nevada desert.” The film will begin lensing in September at the low budget of $10 million.
Hit the jump for details on Matthew Goode (Watchmen) joining the otherwise female cast of Burning Man, the pairing of Ralph Fiennes (The Hurt Locker) and Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace) for Coronet, and how the excellent title Man is Wolf to Man convinced Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers) to sign on.