Battle: Los Angeles
Sony has debuted a 55-second clip from the alien-invasion film Battle: Los Angeles, which stars Aaron Eckhart as the leader of a Marine platoon tasked with evacuating civilians from a smoldering war zone. The movie opens on March 11.
Two new photos from director Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles depict L.A. as a smoldering war zone in the wake of a worldwide alien attack. The movie, which stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez and Michael Pena, opens on March 11.
Columbia Pictures continues the promotional rollout for Battle: Los Angeles with another poster for the character-driven science fiction movie that director Jonathan Liebesman describes as "like Black Hawk Down with aliens." The film, which stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena and Bridget Moynahan, opens on March 11.
The first trailer for Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger will premiere during the Feb. 6 Super Bowl, airing alongside TV spots for such movies as Thor, Super 8, Cowboys & Aliens, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Battle: Los Angeles.
The new Battle: Los Angeles trailer showcases the action, the story, the action and the key characters. Did we mention the action?
Columbia Pictures has released the first teaser for Battle: Los Angeles, the alien-invasion movie that's been called "Black Hawk Down meets Independence Day. Aaron Eckhart stars as a Marine staff sergeant who leads his new platoon against an enemy that's devastated the city.
At Comic-Con International, Sony Pictures unveiled a sneak peek at “Battle: Los Angeles," its March 2011 alien-invasion drama that pits Marines -- Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez, among them -- against an otherworldly menace in a first-person shooter scenario. "It’s like 'Black Hawk Down' with aliens," the director says.
The programming schedule has been released for the first full day of Comic-Con International. Thursday's movie and television highlights include panels devoted to Tron: Legacy, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, RED and The Expendables -- plus the "Visionaries" spotlight on J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon.
Battle: Los Angeles has shifted release dates, and that's a good thing for more than LA's real estate.