Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn are back and ready for more rebellious maternal debauchery — but this time, with yuletide cheer. The new teaser trailer gives us a taste of A Bad Moms Christmas which essentially looks like the first movie except with lots of tinsel and soaked in eggnog.
From live theater to Oscar host to Jean Valjean, it’s no secret that Hugh Jackman is a remarkably talented and theatrical actor. Well, he’s at it again in the first trailer for The Greatest Showman, Fox’s musical take on P.T. Barnum and his enterprises, which would eventually lead to Barnum & Bailey Circus.
The first Pitch Perfect 3 trailer has arrived and the Barden Bellas are back — but not looking too glamorous. With fun musical numbers, laugh-out-loud moments, and unexpected action sequences, the Bellas are here to aca-finish things.
In the new trailer for Netflix’s forthcoming comedy feature, The Incredible Jessica James, the titular character (played by the equally incredible Jessica Williams) is set to rule her Coco Queendom whilst keeping it real on Tinder dates, dancing on rooftops, and most of all, preventing manspreading epidemics on the New York subway system.
Gravitas Ventures has acquired the low-budget indie comedy, which reminded us of Kevin Smith’s Clerks when I first saw it.
It has been four years since the infamous Boston Marathon bombing, but the devastation of the event is still fresh in our heads — and the new trailer for Stronger paints a picture of the day through the inspiring true story of survivor Jeff Bauman, who became the living embodiment of “Boston Strong”.
Chadwick Boseman has swapped out his Wakandan superhero outfit for a finely tailored suit in the first official trailer for Marshall, an upcoming biopic detailing the lift of Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American Supreme Court Justice.
Marti Noxon’s directorial debut co-stars Keanu Reeves as an unconventional doctor, and he’s joined by Carrie Preston, Lili Taylor and Liana Liberato.
What starts as a story reminiscent of American Sniper quickly turns dark in the trailer for American Assassin starring Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton. O’Brien is best known for his roles in the series Teen Wolf and the feature franchise The Maze Runner.
Every major actor these days needs to have their own war movie, whether it’s the Ocean’s trio of George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon, or guys like Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal and Mark Wahlberg.
This time around, Annabelle targets her maker, his wife, a nun, and several girls from a shuttered orphanage. As you might imagine, trouble ensues.
Up and coming actor Callum Turner is put front and center in the coming-of-age drama The Only Living Boy in New York about a college graduate in New York finding an unlikely mentor in an eccentric neighbor while his father courts a mistress. And there isn’t a better actor to play an eccentric neighbor than Jeff Bridges.
In pitch-perfect casting, Mel Gibson arrives on the scene as Dusty’s father, Mr. Mayburn, and John Lithgow quickly follows as Brad’s father, Mr. Whitaker in the official trailer for Daddy’s Home 2.
In the vein of Finding Neverland and Miss Potter, the trailer for Goodbye Christopher Robin introduces audiences to the origin of a beloved children’s story. This time, author A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh is front and center.
Sony Pictures Classics picked up heartfelt indie comedy Brigsby Bear after it debuted to strong reviews earlier this year at Sundance. The teaser trailer keeps the plot hidden, instead focusing on tugging at viewer’s emotions and drawing them in with mystery.
You’ve seen this all before, from haunting choir music and talk of a “door” being opened to a girl being dragged by some unseen entity into darkness and multiple ghostly hands reaching out for our protagonists.
Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Donovan, Holt McCallany, Emory Cohen, Omari Hardwick, Benjamin Bratt, Evan Jones and Lake Bell co-star in Shot Caller, which is set to bow at the LA Film Festival before its released next month.
It’s finally here. Marvel has released the first trailer for Black Panther, the universe’s first black superhero to headline a film and judging by the initial footage, this film has the potential to be one of the best in the MCU.
The Obvious Child team is reuniting for a brand-new film that looks to be just as funny, touching, and poignant as the last. The first trailer for Landline shows a family whose secrets and cracks are about to come out.
The Universal project reunites Cruise with Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman and tells the true story of Barry Seal (Cruise), a TWA pilot/hustler who was recruited by the CIA in the ’80s to infiltrate a communist threat in Central America.
A star-studded cast is on full display in the first trailer for Kenneth Branagh’s new adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel Murder on the Orient Express.
The premise of The Mountain Between Us may seem bland and unoriginal — survival stories tend to follow all the same tropes — but with two critically acclaimed actors leading the way, in this case, Idris Elba and Kate Winslet, there might be something more to this film.
This redneck robbery movie, which looks like Ocean’s 11‘s hillbilly cousin as well as an absolute blast, should provide a strong end to the summer movie season when it speeds into theaters on Aug. 18.
Taylor Sheridan’s latest crime thriller finds Age of Ultron stars Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen teaming back up to investigate a murder on a Native American reservation.
There have been plenty of teasers and trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming, due out this July, so in some ways every new iteration doesn’t provide a whole lot of new information. So what more could this latest trailer give us? Jarvis.
Sverrir Gudnason stars as Björn Borg, who developed a rivalry with young upstart McEnroe that played out at Wimbledown in the ’80s. We’ll learn how these two titans of tennis became legends, and what price they had to pay for it.
Sundance’s hip-hop hit Patti Cake$ starring breakout Aussie actress Danielle Macdonald has its first trailer and it is everything you wanted and more.
Oscar-winning and nominated actors Emma Stone and Steve Carell take on the roles of legendary tennis players Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, respectively, in the first trailer for Fox Searchlight’s Battle of the Sexes.
Manson plays a hitman in the film, and it seems the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, as the footage finds him relaying a story about how his father once killed a man. You’ll also see him singing a gospel song while holding a gun on a driver who’s clearly afraid for his life.