It’s that time again folks. The fall season of movie premieres are in plain sight.
Are we ready for the cutting edge and action packed seeds of entertainment? Better be. We are only two weeks away from the release of “The Expendables 2″ and “Sparkle” to kick off the season. So fasten your seat-belts and hold your popcorn tight, it’s movie time!
Bourne is back and he’s not alone. The sequel, “Bourne Legacy” grants the audience access to the next chapter of Bourne. The introduction to an original story starring a new hero, Jeremy Renner, will parallel events from the first three films. Watch the intense thriller unfold August 10.
The all-star cast of “Expendables 2″ is back and ready to rumble, set to premiere August 17. Revenge is sweet as the dynamic alliance seeks justice for the death of their brother. With only one task at hand, they find themselves in the midst of war with opposing forces creating nothing less than havoc and hostility.
Joyous in our hearts and soulful to our ears, the music prodigy “Sparkle”, starring the late Whitney Houston and American Idol star Jordan Sparks, is also set for the August 17. The musical drama outlines the struggle in the music business, and the shadowing family issues as a result, during the Motown-era. This sensational production will act as a memorable bonus to this season of premieres.
The chilly thriller, “The Cold Light of Day” starring Bruce Willis, is marked for September 7. A young Wall Street trader finds himself in a whirlwind of misfortune while vacationing in Spain. Intelligence agents kidnap his family as consequence to a mysterious lost briefcase. Time has no mercy as the captivating thriller unknots all truths.
Last, but not least, “Breaking Dawn Part 2″ joins the Twilight world on November 16. The moment we have all been waiting for, Bella Swan is now a vampire, leaving the Volturi furious as details of daughter Renesmee surfaces. And the battle to protect the Cullens and new addition Renesmee begins. The nail-biting tale will come to an epic end that you won’t want to miss.
I must say 2012 you’ve outdone yourself. That’s a pretty impressive close to a well-rounded year of movie premieres. Keep it up!