This trailer is so British it hurts. When a zombie outbreak threatens London, chavs and pensioners (i.e. retirees) unite to defend their corner of the East End.
From what I can tell, James Bond gets shot and falls off a bridge, but then he’s still alive? And he has a special gun only he can fire? And then Javier Bardem shows up. Looks like a classic, probably.
“Cloud Atlas” is a film spanning six separate eras, from imperialism in the South Pacific all the way to a post-apocalyptic future. There’s a lot of Tom Hanks in this. Different Hankses from different eras (alterna-Hanks, if you will). Pay attention to Tom Hanks’s hair.
“Life Of Pi,” based on the critically-acclaimed book of the same name, is about a boy trapped on a small boat with a tiger. The movie looks very colorful. Wait for the part at the end with the whale.
A kickstarter campaign has been launched to fund a movie about a church that focuses on Jesus…and MMA.
Stephen Chbosky’s well-regarded coming-of-age novel is finally making its leap to the big screen with a cast including Emma Watson and Paul Rudd. The movie comes out September 14th.
In 1994 a 13-year-old boy disappeared without a trace from his home in San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later he is found alive thousands of miles away in a village in southern Spain with a horrifying story of kidnap and torture. But all is not quite as it seems.
A bun-sized Bane and Bruce reenact The Dark Knight Rises trailer.
This preview of the 1965 exploitation film “about a girl who went all the way” is just as cheesy as you’d expect it to be.
In this new trailer, we get more of Jeremy Renner filling in the Matt Damon role in this fourth installment of the series. As long as it doesn’t make me seasick like the third one, I am there.
These My Little Pony mash-up trailers never get old.
Minecraft players don’t mess around. This took some serious dedication.
First trailer for Baz Luhrman’s take on the great American novel. Seems way more intense than when I read it in middle school.
Joaquin seems just a tad bit unhinged, doesn’t he? Personally, that’s my favorite version of Joaquin. The film is due out October 12 and has long been speculated to have elements that are critical of Scientology-type religions.
The inventive film and music video director is back with “The We and the I” and it looks like a fun time with some high schoolers in The Bronx.
You can tell between The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises that this film is really fighting for attention. They’ve just released this “super preview” containing the most recent trailer with a cool rescue sequence at the beginning.
The trailer for indy horror film “Harmless” about a dad, his cardboard box of porn, and his right hand. Truly terrifying.
Also staring Guy Pearce and Gary Oldman. Is it just me or does Guy Pearce have a supporting role in every good movie released in the past 2 years?
Ladies (and some gentlemen), start your squealing. Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, and Matthew McConaughey star in movie about male strippers, directed by Steven Soderbergh. Yeah, you read that right.
So here’s the trailer for Woody Allen’s new movie, set in Rome and with an awesome cast. Thoughts?
So, I guess a spoof was going to happen eventually. It’s probably just as well that Kermit and pals gave it the first go. I totally could see Miss Piggy as Effie, by the way.
As incredible as the photos are, the story behind them is even that much more so.
Bam! Pow! The 1960s would’ve been more awesome with full length superhero movies.
Who could imagine that the world’s best sushi bar would be hidden in Tokyo’s subway?
The characters from “Despicable Me” do their best rendition of the Beach Boys “Barbara Ann” as promotion for the upcoming sequel.
Adweek.com put together this mashup the films nominated for Best Picture. Minor spoilers, so watch out!
Coming June 22nd, this movie looks all kinds of ridiculous. Which means I’ll be there.