Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
Taika Waititi directed the comic book movie, which looks just like most Marvel movies, but with more of the filmmaker’s trademark quirky humor and a couple of nifty haircuts for our two leads.
In this big-screen battle for Ninjago City, Dave Franco plays young Master Builder Lloyd, who is a secret ninja warrior along with his friends. Led by Master Wu (Jackie Chan), they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon (Justin Theroux), who also happens to be Lloyd’s dad.
The question is whether Henry Cavill will return as Superman. Though Jason Momoa told a young child that the Man of Steel is indeed dead, the big “S” on the Justice League poster suggests otherwise.
Don’t be surprised if the cast is overshadowed by the appearance of pop culture icons such as the Iron Giant, Freddy Krueger and the DeLorean from Back to the Future, not to mention references to Akira.
Sheen plays a man trapped in a North Tower elevator along with Gina Gershon, Luis Guzman, Wood Harris, Olga Fonda, Bruce Davison and Jacqueline Bisset.
“If there’s one thing I hate, it’s the movies,” said Holden Caulfield in J.D. Salinger’s acclaimed novel Catcher in the Rye. So if you can’t adapt the story your teacher taught you to love, then adapt the story of the author and the teacher who taught him to love writing.
Joseph Kosinski directed the firefighter drama, which stars Miles Teller, Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale and Taylor Kitsch as the Granite Mountain Hotshots.
Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace and Edgar Ramirez co-star alongside Lucy Fry, Ike Barinholtz, Jay Hernandez, Margaret Cho, Dawn Olivieri and Kenneth Choi.
Star Wars star John Boyega is swapping out one sci-fi universe for another in the first teaser trailer for Pacific Rim: Uprising.
The Spierig brothers are directing this latest chapter, so maybe it will be a return to form for the franchise, not that its fans seem to care. After all, these movies have grossed more than $870 million worldwide.
Set to an eerily haunting rendition of David Bowie’s track Space Oddity, the Wonderstruck trailer smoothly blends 1970’s psychedelic visuals and the black and white silent classics of the 1920s.
It’s been a great summer of action films starring women, kicking off with Wonder Woman in June and Atomic Blonde looking to be another great addition, and now we’re getting the trailer for Proud Mary which will keep the streak alive next year.
Colin Firth’s Harry Hart is back and in action in the official trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, as well as some great lassoing from Pedro Pascal’s Statesman agent.
Based on the Norwegian crime novel of the same name by Jo Nesbø, The Snowman stars Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson chasing a serial killer in Oslo who loves behind snowmen as taunting messages to the police force.
Guillermo del Toro’s new movie The Shape of Water delightfully explores his love of genre, including fantasy, romance, and horror, with an enchanting lead performance by Sally Hawkins and frequent collaborator Doug Jones as a new CGI creature.
Kodi Smit-McPhee stars as a young man who is injured and left for dead after a bison hunt goes horribly wrong. Finding himself broken, alone, and miles from his village, he must learn to survive and navigate the harsh and unforgiving wilderness with the help of a lone wolf named Alpha.
Those two words may not be what you immediately associated with Wonder Woman, but it’s true of the real-life story of the man behind the character, William Moulton Marston, and at the center of the first trailer for Professor Marston & the Wonder Women.
The Room is considered one of, if not the worst film in history — and now the story of its creation is coming to the big screen, with James Franco as writer-director-producer-star Tommy Wiseau.
Rather than the typical tale of terror in Texas, the film follows a deranged lawman on the trail of four psychopaths who have escaped from a mental hospital, one of whom turns out to become the iconic slasher known as Leatherface.
The force looks strong with Rian Johnson’s sequel, which brings back Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, and hits theaters in December.
Ava DuVernay directs the adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s timeless classic, which co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Zach Galifianakis and young Storm Reid.
This is an Edgar Wright film, so you can expect the same unique storytelling and expertly-crafted action that were on display in the director’s earlier films Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
Step back, Christopher Nolan, another English director is here with an epic World War II film, but this time, rather focusing on a single event, this movie focuses on one of the biggest and most critical figures of the war: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Jay Baruchel steps in to direct the hockey comedy sequel, which features Wyatt Russell, Alison Pill and T.J. Miller.
Netflix has dropped an intense trailer for the upcoming feature documentary Icarus, which chronicles Bryan Fogel’s investigation into the world of sports doping. Fogel teams up with Russian scientist, Dr. Gregory Rodchenkov, who from the trailer appears to the be the key to the undoing of the international scandal.
While this film may not be as financially successful as Bad Moms let’s hope it brings the laughs that the Mila Kunis movie forgot.
Sony waited until World UFO Day on Monday to release a cryptic teaser on YouTube titled “This Means Something,” which references a line of dialogue from the landmark sci-fi movie.
The Child’s Play films may not merit theatrical distribution these days, but it’s still fun watching this Good Guy go bad all over again.
Combining the trail-of-death theme of Final Destination and the you-watch-it-you-die idea from The Ring, the first trailer for Polaroid serves up some scares that aims to have you shaking like a polaroid picture.
Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield bring to life the inspiring true story of a couple determined to live a life together when one of them is suffering from polio.