Tag Archives: Movie trailers
Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Neil Patrick Harris, Amanda Seyfried and Sarah Silverman join Seth MacFarlane for his first-ever live-action starring role May 30. And judging
After watching this trailer, it's pretty clear baseball enthusiast Jon Hamm just wanted to be in a baseball movie. Perhaps Don Draper's take-what-you-want-the-impact-on-others-be-damned philosophy is
Taking place a decade after the events of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, next July's sequel will depict an Earth with a dwindling human population and a
Confession: I really thought I was going to hate Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum's remake for 21 Jump Street, but surprisingly loved it. It was funny and
Edge of Tomorrow is based off a 2004 Japanese novel, but the coked-out studio underling almost undoubtedly pitched it as "Groundhog Day MEETS Halo!" Tom Cruise is William Cage, an inexperienced soldier
Woah. High hopes, I did not have for Godzilla. It's a remake of a remake, I thought, coming a year off another huge monster movie
That's not even a joke in the "because it's the only stick figure movie of the year." This shit is epic.
When not (poorly) playing basketball with the lovable rascals of NYC, Andrew Garfield filmed a movie this year. That movie is the Amazing Spider-Man 2,
Yep. EPIC. That's a word that gets thrown around a lot around these Internet parts, but what else are you going to call the six
We’ll never forget the heroism BatKid showed while saving the city of San Francisco. He was, after all, the most heartwarming superhero to ever grab
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a new movie coming out in which he plays a kindhearted ventriloquist looking for love in small South Dakota town. Just kidding.
Need for Speed's first full-length trailer delivers, in spades, the classic Jesse Pinkman ha-HA laugh—but it feels a little... depressing this time around. Maybe it's Paul being forced
In my most recent column, I mentioned how much I despise theatrical movie trailers these days. I'm glad to learn I am not alone in
We're all in agreement that Wreck-It Ralph was pretty great, right? It was genuinely funny, it wasn't overly cynical, it had enough video-game in-jokes to appeal to
Say what you want about the first installation of The Hobbit: boring, slow, whatever. That's okay.
With just around three weeks until the premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the final trailer dropped during Game 4 of the World Series
Taking up where the events of the Avengers left off, Captain America: Winter Soldier follows everyone's favorite patriotic Robocop as continues to adjust to the modern
It wouldn’t be hyperbole to say Anchorman 2 is the most highly anticipated movie in the history of the Western world. Just knowing Ron and
The trailer for Wes Anderson's new movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is vintage Wes Anderson. Yellow lettering, kitschy setting, Adrien Brody. All it's missing is a Kinks
My favorite part of going to the movies is the coming attractions.
What if Tinder and your life using Tinder turned into a movie —a movie about the never-ending pursuit of hooking up? Could make for a
Terrible title aside, this actually looks halfway-decent: A Miles Teller, Zac Efron, and Michael B. Jordan-starring bromantic comedy (gah, I fucking hate myself for using