While summer generally doesn’t kick-off until May, The Losers didn’t get that memo and packed the boat full of guns, explosions, and slow-motion booty shots to give us an action filled intro to the warmer months.
I was fortunate enough to sit down with the director on the day he locked picture on the film to talk about dance battles, getting lost in the jungle, and one of the best Birthday gifts he’s ever gotten – the chance to shoot a project he’s loved since he was a kid.
When we’ll see Frank Miller’s Ronin finally come to the big screen is still a question that’s unanswered. Thankfully, this weekend may give us some insight into the answer of that burning question. Director Sylvain White has been attached to Ronin for quite sometime now and if his (very fun) new film The Losers opens as good as it should this weekend, perhaps we wont have to wait too much longer for his take on Miller’s samurai epic.
Sometimes these punny titles just write themselves. It’s almost as if I’m on blogging auto-pilot. Warner Bros. will be releasing their latest foray into the world of comics — Sylvain White’s The Losers — into theaters on April 23. And to preemptively celebrate, we’re giving away a bunch of fun little knick-knacks that somehow relate to a scantily clad Zoe Saldana holding a bazooka.
No really, my computer began to heat up quite a bit while watching this new sizzle reel for Warner Bros.’ upcoming actioner The Losers, from director Sylvain White. For those who haven’t been paying attention, a sizzle reel is essentially just a much-extended trailer.
The Losers is a bout a ragtag group of guns for hire who are forced to go on a dangerous mission to clear their name, or avenge a wrongdoing, or save some innocent villagers… it’s one of those, I’m sure of it.
In 2010′s sea of comic book adaptations — including the likes of the big (Iron Man 2) and the fast-moving underdog (Kick-Ass) — one property seems to be getting lost in the shuffle. The adaptation of Andy Diggles series The Losers.
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