Daily Grind: The News We Missed – April 21

The Daily Grind: The News We Missed

Today was a relatively busy day here at FSR, so you can imagine what it was like out in the rest of the world. Or at least, the world wide web. Plenty of other news, news about which we were too lazy to write, happened and we are still intent on bringing it to you in a little feature we like to call The Daily Grind.

Outlander Gets a Teaser Poster [JoBlo]
No idea whatsoever what this movie is all about. It looks like 300 meets Pathfinder. Probably not the best combination. The lack of Gerard Butler is also a turnoff.

Wall-E Takes on a Magnet [Slashfilm]
Why does this movie instantly turn me into a giggling 8-year old boy?

Disney Spawns a Nature Studio: Wholesome IMAX Fun [Collider]
Hopefully they will keep with the long-standing Disney tradition of inserting lewd sexual imagery into these flicks as well.

Tribeca Hopes to Not Suck This Year [Yahoo]
They admit that last year was an off-year. Sam Raimi is not invited this time around. Spider-Man 3 just didn’t set the right tone for a respectable fest. This year’s opener: Speed Racer.

Paramount, MGM, Lionsgate create VOD Channel [ComingSoon]
Star Trek, Tyler Perry and The Blair Witch all coming to a theater television near you very soon.

Louis Leterrier Speaks of No Drama in Hulk Editing Room [Sci Fi Wire]
As if we really care…

Wolfgang Peterson No Longer Directing Ender’s Game [io9]
Thank heaven for io9… Otherwise we would never cover these types of sci-fi flicks. Not because we don’t like them, we just don’t understand them sometimes.

The Big Summer Movie Trailer [Empire]
One big movie trailer for all of the summer movies, produced by the Brits. My thoughts: Not enough Iron Man.

New Poster for The Strangers [ShockTillYouDrop]
Quick, turn around! They are behind you…

And finally, how about a trailer for the upcoming Mortal Combat vs. DC Universe video game. Not movie related, we know, but it is sweet nonetheless:

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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