Trailers of upcoming science fiction movies are our little holes in the fabric of spacetime. They let us peek into the future and see what kind of SF movies are there waiting for us.
Though the movie trailers are just a glimpse of the real thing, they sure put a smile on my face and make the waiting that much sweeter.
Here is the list of upcoming science-fiction movies with info and trailers:
(4 September 2009)
Directors: Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylo
Gerard Butler, John Leguizamo, Kyra Sedgwick, Milo Ventimiglia, Michael C. Hall
Tagline:”In the near future, you don’t live to play… you’ll play to live.“
Movie Gamer features an interesting plot: in the future there’s the ultimate game called “Slayers”. You play it in cyberspace using live people as the characters in the game! Promises to be one helluva ride.
(18 September 2009)
Director: Vincenzo Natali
Adrien Brody, David Hewlett, Sarah Polley, Delphine Chanéac, Amanda Brugel
Studio: Senator Distribution
Tagline:”Science newest miracle…is a mistake.“
Vincenzo Natali, director of SF thriller Cypher, is back with an SF horror Splice. The movie is about a scientist who experiments with DNA samples to create a very special creature. I am curious to see Natalie’s take on this oft-exploited idea. Unfortunately, the movie trailer is not released yet.
(25 September 2009)
Directors: Christian Alvart
Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster, Kyra Sedgwick, Cam Gigandet, Cung Le
Studio: Overture Films
Tagline:”Don’t fear the end of the world. Fear what happens next.“
You will be scared many times over before you’ve uncovered all the secrets Pandorum contains. I might have to pack my favorite teddy bear for this one.
(25 September 2009)
Director: Jonathan Mostow
Bruce Willis, Rosamund Pike, Radha Mitchell, James Cromwell, Ving Rhames
Studio: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Tagline:”How do you save humanity when the only thing that’s real is you?“
Imagine living in a world where humans trade places with robots in such a way that they can see, hear and experience everything their metallic counterparts do in the real world. Till something goes wrong….Robots and virtual reality. I really look forward to this one.