Movie News: Ben Affleck in 'Gone Girl' (First Pic); Captain America's New Uniform; 'Monuments Men' TV Spot and Trailer

Movie News: Ben Affleck in 'Gone Girl' (First Pic); Captain America's New Uniform; 'Monuments Men' TV Spot and Trailer

Dec 30, 2013

Gone Girl

Gone Girl: Ben Affleck is featured in the first official image from David Fincher's Gone Girl. Based on Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel, the thriller explores the disappearance of a woman (Rosamund Pike) on her fifth wedding anniversary; Affleck plays her husband, who becomes the prime suspect. The movie is due for release on October 3, 2014. [20th Century Fox via Collider]

Captain America: The Winter Soldier: A new uniform for Captain America (aka Steve Rogers, played by Chris Evans) has been revealed, along with our first look at the appearance of the Winter Soldier himself, Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), Steve's old running buddy from the first movie who has been brainwashed into becoming an opponent. The Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) also graces the cover. Captain America: The Winter Soldier will open in theaters on April 4, 2014. [Empire]

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Point Break: We've been hearing rumblings about a remake of 1991's Point Break, in which Keanu Reeves starred as an FBI agent who goes undercover to take down a gang of surfers turned bank robbers. But the actor has firmly denied any interest in returning for the remake, stating: "Absolutely not. It's not my place. … If they can find a way to do it that works out good, then God bless them." Reeves added that it "sounds very exciting -- but is it a good thing? I don't know." [Digital Spy]

Monuments Men TV Spot and Trailer: Originally planned for a holiday release, George Clooney's World War II adventure Monuments Men is now opening in theaters on February 7, and so the marketing campaign has begun again. A new TV spot relies on star power and a narrator's quick plot recap to pique interest, while a longer trailer uses some of the same footage and wraps it into a loving tribute to newsreel-style short films of the 1940s. [Sony/YouTube]

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