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‘Astro Boy’ Trailer

Astro Boy

During the week a Japanese Teaser Trailer for Astro Boy was launched.  Whilst it didn’t contain anything not seen in the main Astro Boy trailer released in March, it did make us realize that we never actually posted the original trailer (our bad because it’s really quite cool).  So here it is:

Astro Boy is set in futuristic Metro City and follows a young robot built with incredible powers by a brilliant scientist trying to replace the son that he has lost.  The young robot (Astro Boy) is unable to fulfill the grieving man’s expectations and so embarks on a journey to learn about himeslf, the world, and ultimately must battle to save Metro City.

Freddie Highmore (The Spiderwick Chronicles / The Golden Compass) provides the voice of Astro Boy and Nicolas Cage is the voice of Dr. Tenma.  Donald Sutherland and Kristen Bell’s (Heroes) voices are also featured.

Astro Boy hits theaters October 23 2009.

‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’ ET Promo

Robert Pattinson as the vampire Edward Cullen in 'Twilight'

Robert Pattinson as the vampire Edward Cullen in 'Twilight'

Starting Thursday April 23 Entertainment Tonight will be running an exclusive inside look at The Twilight Saga: New Moon, the sequel to Twilight.  In the meantime ET have released the following promo to wet your appetite:

Michael Bay takes a swipe at Terminator: Salvation

Transformers 2: Revenge of the FallenPromising to rock the world with his upcoming release Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen, director Michael Bay has announced in his forum that between now and the release date of his new Transformers movie there will be a ’steady onslaught’ of Transformers related promotion.  The ‘onslaught’ began today with the release of a new teaser poster (view it in our poster gallery).

It also began with a not-so-subtle swipe at Terminator: Salvation and, thereby indirectly at director McG.

“We’ve seen certain movies coming out even try to duplicate Transformer size robots in their ads.” Bay states, continuing, “Please, come on.”

Please, come on?  I wonder why the need for a back handed comment?  Perhaps it relates to the fact that both movies are essentially about robots, yet it is Terminator: Salvation that will get all the fanfare by nature of its earlier release date (Terminator: Salvation kicks off on 22 May 2009, View the rest of this article »