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FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, THE CALLING AND IF I STAY

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FRIDAY MADNESS NO.12

Hello everyone and welcome to a new edition of FRIDAY MADNESS with several new trailers released. From E.L. James erotic tale to the return of the creepy doll from “The Conjuring”, this edition of FRIDAY MADNESS is filled with some great surprises. The first trailer I want to talk to you about is the much anticipated trailer for E. L. James novel adaptation “50 Shades of Grey”.

Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, “Fifty Shades of Grey” is the story of Anastasia Steele, a literature student who interviews the wealthy Christian Grey. Ana starts to want him despite his reservation and advice and then Grey admits he wants her too since he is incapable of resisting to Ana’s beauty. Unfortunately for Ana, the man she is interested in has some singular tastes and a need to control everything and in the moment they get closer she starts discovering all of his secrets while she explores her desires. An erotic novel part of a trilogy that was adapted to cinema and that could be one of next year’s big hits. Featuring a new and exclusive version of Beyoncé’s hit “Crazy in Love”, this first trailer for “Fifty Shades of Grey” is intense and is basically focused in Ana and Grey’s relationship before she knew his unusual tastes. Although I’m not interested in this movie in particular, this is one of 2015 most anticipated movies and therefore it deserved an highlight spot in this edition of Friday Madness.

This week was also released the international trailer for the up-coming controversial comedy with James Franco and Seth Rogen. “The Interview” was already presented here in Friday Madness so I’ll just leave you with this new trailer. Probably one of this year’s funniest movies, “The Interview” hits theaters worldwide this fall.

Next I have an up-coming Thriller starring Susan Sarandon from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, Topher Grace, Venom in “Spider-Man 3” and Donald Sutherland, our dear beloved President Snow in “The Hunger Games”. “The Calling” is the story of one detective who after several years of nothing to worry about starts investigating a series of gruesome murders that will bring her face to face with a serial killer with evil beliefs.

A couple of weeks ago it was announced that Pierce Brosnan was going to participate in the new Expendables movie but for those who want to see our beloved former 007, this August the world will meet a Pierce Brosnan different from the one we saw in “Mamma Mia”. In “The November Man” Brosnan is an ex-CIA operative who is brought back in on a dangerous mission that will put him face to face against his former pupil.

This week was also released the first teaser trailer for Jake Gyllenhaal’s most recent movie, “Nightcrawler”. A teaser trailer that delivers practically no important information regarding the plot of the movie.

An all new trailer for “If I Stay” starring Chloë Grace Moretz was also released, preparing the audience for a movie that will premiere this August. In “If I Stay” we will meet Mia Hall, a talented young girl who is put in a coma after a car accident and we will watch her making the difficult decision to wake up or to live a different life.

With a great cast with sounding names like Simon Pegg and Jean Reno comes the adventure of a lifetime of a psychiatrist who searches the globe to find the secret of happiness. “Hector and the Search for Happiness” hits theaters this fall.

Benedict  Cumberbatch is back to theaters in “The Imitation Game“, a movie about an English mathematician and logician who helps cracking the Enigma code during the World War II.

And to end this edition of FRIDAY MADNESS in a more frightening way I give you the official trailer for the spin-off of “The Conjuring” about the creepy doll from the beginning of the movie. “Annabelle” seems an unnecessary idea that was just brought to theaters to increase profits. The movie hits the theaters worldwide this October.

@PandasChoice

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7 Comments

  1. The book was absolutely terrible, so I’m wondering if the 50 Shades of Gray movie would actually be an improvement. Not sure I’m willing to find out, ha! I also wonder if If I Stay or Hector and the Search for Happiness will be any good.

    • Regarding 50 Shades of Grey you’re not the first person that tells me that the book is terrible so I’m still very cautious regarding the movie. Hector trailer was funny in my opinion and I am a fan of Simon Pegg since Hot Fuzz so I will give it a shot.
      Thanks for the comment and for sharing your thoughts. Best wishes!

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