Apollo 18

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Apollo 18
Apollo 18 Trailer Shows NASA’s Secret Last Moon Landing

The first official ‘Apollo 18′ trailer takes viewers back to the moon, using ‘real’ documented footage from the 1970s to explain why Apollo 18 was our last adventure there.

Outside of the intriguing and mysterious premise behind Apollo 18, we know very little about the film, nor have we seen anything from it. The idea of a secret Apollo mission to the moon, one kept secret for decades, was good enough to pique our interest, so much so, that we chose Apollo 18 as one of our most anticipated movies of 2011. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Apollo 18 Movie Trailer

You may watch below the first official movie trailer of Apollo 18, the upcoming sci-fi horror movie directed by Gonzalo Lopez and produced by Timur Bekmambetov:

“Officially, Apollo 17, launched December 17th, 1972 was the last manned mission to the moon. But a year later, in December of 1973, two American astronauts were sent on a secret mission to the moon funded by the US Department of Defense. What you are about to see is the actual footage which the astronauts captured on that mission. While NASA denies its authenticity, others say it’s the real reason we’ve never gone back to the moon.” ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

First Teaser Trailer for Apollo 18

Here’s the very first eerie trailer for the Timur Bekmambetov produced, Gonzalo López directed movie, Apollo 18 which has recently been acquired by the Weinstein Company.

Apollo 18 is a film about the real mission to space in the 1970′s that was cancelled by NASA. It will be shot hand-held camera style, depicting lost recordings from the mysterious mission. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Must Watch: Freaky Official Trailer for Sci-Fi Horror Film 'Apollo 18'

There's a reason we've never gone back to the moon... They've been counting down the debut of this trailer like the launch of a rocketship, which is almost too perfect for this. The Weinstein Company has debuted the official trailer on Apple for their found footage sci-fi film Apollo 18, starring some people we've never seen, directed by a guy we've never heard of. This project was quietly announced late last year. It looks creepy as hell for a vintage found-footage sci-fi horror movie. I'm admittedly freaked out by aliens and this is crazy, I am shaking. I want to see this, but I'm nervous about how insanely scary it might be to watch. Be careful! ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

“Apollo 18″ Trailer to Debut This Weekend In Front of “I Am Number Four”

It was not as exciting as we were hoping, but the film’s Twitter account has announced that the first trailer for Apollo 18 will be shown in front of Touchstone Pictures’ I Am Number Four, which opens in theaters tomorrow. If you see the trailer this weekend, let us know what you think! No word on when it will be available online (update on this after the break). ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

New Poster for ‘Apollo 18′ Arrives

Sci-fi movies are more popular than ever these days. People are also always on the lookout for the next big thing done well, but for a price.

The new film Apollo 18 looks to be a project that can fulfill both of those requirements, and perhaps more. Here’s the official synopsis to help peak your interest:

Officially, Apollo 17, launched December 17th, 1972 was the last manned mission to the moon. But a year later, in December of 1973, two American astronauts were sent on a secret mission to the moon funded by the US Department of Defense. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Apollo 18 Trailer to Land in Less Than 24 Hours

News just hit our desks that the official trailer for the soon to be released Apollo 18 will be hitting this crazy thing called the interwebs in less than a day. Of course you realize that when it does we'll be right here waiting!

Spanish-language director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego is readying his cinéma-vérité spooker Apollo 18, and the goodies surrounding the movie are coming at a nice steady pace. Expect a theatrical release for Apollo 18, the sci-fi thriller based on the screenplay by Brian Miller, winner of the inaugural Astana International Action Film Festival screenplay competition, founded by Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov, on April 22, 2011. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

'Apollo 18' Trailer Lands on the Web

Why have we never gone back to the moon? Personally, I think it's to prevent another Tom Hanks Oscar nomination and the acceptance speech that could result. But hey, the folks behind Apollo 18 seem to believe it's because something sinister lurks in those peaceful-looking dunes and craters. More after the jump. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Apollo 18 Trailer Reveals Why We Never Went Back To The Moon

The first trailer for Apollo 18 has arrived, a movie so veiled in secrecy that the Weinstein Company still hasn’t revealed the cast. The film is structured as though it’s found footage, as if this is the documenting of real events which occurred during a secret, eighteenth Apollo mission. Apollo 17 was America’s official last trip to Luna, but what if there were secretly another? And what if that secret mission were the reason we’ve never gone back ? ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

The Countdown Is Over: The “Apollo 18″ Trailer Is Here!

Over the past couple of days, the Apollo 18 Twitter account has had a countdown, leading up to the trailer. The countdown is finally over, and the trailer is here for all to see. Continue on to see the trailer!

What started out as a simple viral has taken the shape of what could be quite the freaky film. This trailer definitely leans towards a horror film that one could only hope for with the tagline of “There’s a reason we’ve never gone back to the moon”. After seeing this, I for one cannot wait to see this film. Head over to Apple for the HD version. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Apollo’s $48.9 Million Man

Apollo Global Management filed the seventh amendment to its filing with securities regulators late Friday as its prepares for its long-awaited public listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

The most noteworthy insert in this latest iteration of Apollo’s securities filing? The private equity firm has paid Marc Spilker, the former Goldman Sachs executive who was named its president in November, $48.9 million in compensation.

That eye-popping number comes in the form of about $21 million in restricted stock and about $28 million in options that have a six-year vesting schedule. Mr. Spilker also receives an annual salary of $2 million, according to the filing. ( Read Apollo 18 more... )

Courtesy : Screen Rant , Teaser Trailer , Heyuguys , Firstshowing , The Flick Cast , Dread Central , Fear Net , Cinema Blend , Movie Viral & NY Times

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