Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
The first teaser trailer for Cars 3 was a bit… depressing. It hinted that the franchise’s hero Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) was headed into some darker times. But with the new trailer, we see that Cars 3 isn’t a downer, but a story of hope and not giving up.
Lily James and Jai Courtney fall in love alongside Christopher Plummer in the new trailer for A24’s upcoming film The Exception.
Willis plays Venice Beach P.I. Steve Ford, a detective who’s good with the ladies, bad with the punches, and wild about his dog Buddy. But when his beloved pet is stolen by local thugs, Steve makes a questionable alliance with their devious leader (Jason Momoa) and teams up with his best friend (John Goodman) to set things straight and get Buddy back where he belongs.
The sequel sees Taron Egerton return as Eggsy alongside Mark Strong and, yes, a one-eyed Colin Firth, who reprises his role as Harry Hart even though the character died in the original 2014 movie. That trio is joined by four Oscar-winning new cast members, Julianne Moore Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges and Sir Elton John, as well as Channing Tatum.
Actors Tom Holland, Richard Armitage, and Jon Bernthal have traded in spandex and fantasy worlds for the dangerous lands of 13th century Ireland in the trailer for Pilgrimage.
Callum Turner stars as an aspiring chef whose hustler brother asks him to complete a job for him. It all seems simple enough — meet a driver with a briefcase, proceed to a rendezvous spot and exchange one briefcase for another. But Danny swaps the wrong bag, sending him and the driver Ellie (Grace Van Patten) on a two-day odyssey through NYC.
Given it’s rather weird premise, it’s no surprise that Wakefield earned mixed reviews out of Telluride last fall, but at least it’s something we haven’t really seen before, and if anyone can knock this kind of role out of the park, it’s Emmy winner Cranston.
The first teaser for Kingsman: The Golden Circle packs a lot into it… in a grand total of 16 seconds. So get ready to try and catch everything.
Based on The Decameron, a collection of novellas by Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, the trailer for the off-center pic features the all-star comedy cast led by Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie, and Kate Micucci doing some nasty, albeit hilarious acts of debauchery.
Sam Elliott has been getting acclaim for his role as an iconic Western actor whose golden days are long behind him. As he tries to find work to relive his glory days, a surprise cancer diagnosis makes him go on a journey to leave behind a memorable legacy.
It’s finally here: the official teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And rest assured, because it looks great.
Patrick Hughes directed the action-comedy, which co-stars Gary Oldman, Salma Hayek, Elodie Yung, Joaquim De Almeida, Kirsty Mitchell and Richard E. Grant, and “hits” theaters this August.
Paramount claims that The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and we hope that’s true, because this franchise could certainly stand to see its core myths shattered.
There’s a lot of “Trump era” talk surrounding Miguel Arteta’s new film given how it tackles issues of race and class head-on, but let’s be clear — it was made long before Trump was voted President, so however timely its politics, they’re purely coincidental.
Based on his recent output, it’d be easy to forget just how great an actor Robert De Niro can be, but then an incredible part like Bernie Madoff comes along to remind you of his supreme talent and all is right with the world again.
John Boyega stars in Kathryn Bigelow’s next Oscar contender, Detroit. The thrilling drama tells the story of the 1967 riots.
The Screen Junkies gang is back to riff on the first Star Wars spinoff, which according to them, should be retitled Suicide Squad: An Unnecessary Star Wars Story.
Director Taika Waititi isn’t just bring some heightened humor to Thor: Ragnarok, he’s also brought new friends, foes, and some seriously epic fantasy.
The film offers a fresh perspective on the infamous incident courtesy of Guenveur Smith, who has been performing this monologue for several years, earning no shortage of critical acclaim.
Chuck Wepner was a liquor salesman and father with a modest prizefighting career when his life changed overnight in 1975 after being chosen to take on Muhammad Ali in a highly-publicized heavyweight title match that, as legend has it, was witnessed by Sylvester Stallone.
Are you ready to cry? Because Spike TV and Network Entertainment released the official trailer for their upcoming documentary I Am Heath Ledger.
It’s dark, it’s funny, and it’s Parks and Recreation star Aubrey Plaza. What’s not to love about this teaser trailer for Ingrid Goes West?
The new trailer for War for the Planet of the Apes and with Matt Reeves back to direct and Andy Serkis reprising his role as the revolutionary hero Caesar, it looks like the third installment of the Apes franchise has reached peak primate awesomeness.
The new trailer shows that the film is looking to be STX’s first big blockbuster as it sticks to The Fifth Element director’s knack for seductive sci-fi visuals and wild intergalactic action.
It’s not often that a movie trailer can make one soil themselves. The new teaser trailer for the Warner Bros. revamp of the Stephen King classic It is here to change all that.
Framed in what looks like an Instagram filter, the new trailer for the David Lowery-directed A Ghost Story follows a mourning wife (Rooney Mara) and the spirit of her recently deceased husband (Casey Affleck) who comes back as a literal ghost in a white sheet with two holes in it. As much as it sounds like a comedy, it’s not. It’s a “spiritual poem” — whatever that is.
The latest trailer for Spiderman: Homecoming is the perfect way to get excited for Summer.
Batman. Wonder Woman. Aquaman. The Flash. Cyborg. All your favorite DC heroes are here (well, not Superman), but we can’t say we’re enthused.
Produced by writer-director Jeff Grace and Ryland Aldrich, the indie movie co-stars Michael Ian Black, Melanie Lynskey, Hannah Simone, Heather Morris and David Cross.
In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths director Martin McDonagh is back with a new movie and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri continues his dark, sardonic and laugh-out-loud humor.