Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
Garlin is the kind of respected funnyman whom other comedians want to work with. This time around, he’ll be joined by Natasha Lyonne, Christine Woods, Steven Weber, Eddie Pepitone, Timm Sharp, Leah Remini and Amy Sedaris.
Based on the bestselling book series by Dav Pilkey, the animated film follows two mischievous kids who hypnotize their mean elementary school principal and turn him into their comic book creation — a kind-hearted but incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants.
See your favorite cast members from Love Actually like Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Hugh Grant, and more in the first look at “Red Nose Day, Actually,” the upcoming short film.
Nat Wolff stars as a high school student who stumbles upon a supernatural notebook that gives him the ability to kill just by writing someone’s name in it while picturing their face. Drunk on his new godlike power, the young man begins to kill those he deems unworthy of life.
Author Daphne du Maurier is known for writing some twisted stuff — and My Cousin Rachel is probably up there on the list. The dark romance a young Englishman seeking revenge against his cousin, believing that she is the one behind the murder of his guardian. But when she comes and visits his large estate, he starts to have a change of heart and becomes wildly infatuated with her.
The New York-based distributor helped Bryan Cranston and Viggo Mortensen earn Oscar nominations for Trumbo and Captain Fantastic. Could Mara be next?
Written and directed by George C. Wolfe, the telepic boasts an impressive supporting cast that includes Courtney B. Vance, Reg E. Cathey, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Melvin Van Peebles.
The teaser trailer for Pixar’s only original film of 2017, Coco, has parallels to recent films like Kubo and the Two Strings and The Book of Life but has its own heart and adventure.
The future is female and the future is justice in DC’s Wonder Woman origin trailer, where we get a look at Diana’s life on Themyscira.
Charlize Therone stars as an undercover MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and recover a missing list of double agents.
Sony has released a red-band trailer that hints at a more commercial, gender-swapped take on Peter Berg’s Very Bad Things, but with Miami filling in for Las Vegas.
With the perfect casting of Ryan Reynolds and the massive success of the first Deadpool movie, it’s no wonder fans are clamoring for anything about the sequel and this weekend, Fox delivered.
The streaming service has added two Dave Chappelle specials and a German crime series to its impressive 2017 lineup.
Netflix is bombarding us with an avalanche of trailers this week for their slate of original projects. Filling their war-time requirement is the Fernando Coimbra-directed Sand Castle starring Nicholas Hoult and Henry Cavill as two American soldiers during the early days of the second Gulf War.
Pirates of the Caribbean delivers its full trailer bringing in big set pieces, lots of CGI, Javier Bardem in another villainous role, and replacements for the Will and Elizabeth characters from the original. But can all the work put into reviving this franchise win over audiences?
What do you get when you combine Brad Pitt, the War in Afghanistan, and surreal, absurd comedy? The first teaser trailer for War Machine, an original Netflix film from Australian writer-director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom).
Fox dropped their much anticipated new ALIEN: COVENANT trailer tonight, and it delivers a gorgeously atmospheric reminder of what the original film delivered all those year ago. Excitement, anticipation, tension, and fear!
Featuring Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket, Baby Groot and Mantis… the gang is back and and more Fleetwood Mac than ever!
The streaming service is aggressively wading into the A-list talent pool that used to be exclusive to the major studios.
In the Charlie McDowell-directed sci-fi drama The Discovery, Jason Segel continues to ride the dramatic feature wave after his acclaimed performance in The End of the Tour in a story about the groundbreaking discovery of the afterlife and the consequences that go along with it.
Warner Bros. dropped a new King Arthur: Legend of the Sword trailer today that brings great tunes but loses much of Guy Ritchie’s style from the one released last summer.
The new trailer for Song to Song, Terrence Malick’s pic that explores the Austin music scene, just dropped and it checks all the boxes of a Malickian film: plenty of sun-glaring outdoor scenes, philosophical overtones, an overuse of fish-eye lens, dizzyingly angled shots, and relationships between angsty hot people.
The comedian makes his directorial debut with the dramedy, which co-stars Gillian Jacobs, Kevin Kline and Mary Steenburgen.
Jason Mantzoukas looks like a major scene-stealer in Andrew Jay Cohen’s directorial debut, which New Line will release in June.
The new teaser trailer for Ana Lily Amirpour’s The Bad Batch doesn’t tell us much — but that is to be expected from the writer/director who brought us the breakout black and white horror A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
Despite its whitewashing controversy, Ghost in the Shell forges ahead with a new trailer that gives a hearty helping of what we can expect in terms of story and mind-bending special effects in the adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s popular manga of the same name.
The first trailer for Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, a remake of 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood, is full of gorgeous cinematography of sunlight slipping through trees and curtains, the backdrop of the Civil War, and, of course, a healthy dose of sex, paranoia, and vengeance.
The Super Bowl featured a lot of commercials for movies and TV and most of them were nothing to call home about. Here are some of the best and the worst trailers from Super Bowl Sunday.
Star-Lord, Jack Sparrow and Dom Toretto will likely appear, but what about Christian Grey or the Power Rangers?
Last night, Disney premiered the final trailer for their upcoming live-action remake of the 1991 classic Beauty and the Beast. It’s the most complete look at the film fans have been able to enjoy so far in all its two and a half minute glory.