Okay, tell me if you’ve heard this one before: Two royal sisters are torn apart by a tragic misunderstanding. One has the power of snow and ice, and runs away to a remote location. There’s hearts broken, sisterhood, a guy who chops things, and trolls. Of course, I’m talking about Disney’s box office hit Fro…… sorry, I mean Universal’s 2016 release, The Huntsman: Winter’s War starring Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt, Chris Hemsworth and Jessica Chastain. And if you were one of the very few who was curious to know what happened before AND after 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman, well we finally got our first look at this new addition to the franchise. Because that’s exciting…. right?
If any of you read my “Most Anticipated Movies of 2015” article from a couple of weeks ago, you’ll remember my number one choice was a ghost story with gothic charms called Crimson Peak. Now, the Guillermo Del Toro flick has dropped its first trailer, and man oh man do we have a gem on our creepy little hands.
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. Yawn, yawn, bore, bore, you’ve heard the phrase a thousand times, and it is by no means a new subject in the world of film. But in the case of this small indie trilogy of sorts, the thoughts and issues surrounding the statement are projected. Meet the THEM edition of the The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, a series of films that explains the impact of an event on a married couple from both the male and female perspective. But as you can tell, this version shows us both angles in a more conservative format, or is that really the case?