At first glance, there's something a little "female version of 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button'" about this trailer for 'The Age of Adaline'—the film has a fantastical, darkly whimsical quality to its tale of a woman (Blake Lively) who doesn't age due to a freakish accident. Depending on your perspective, that might be a blessing or a curse, and given our cultural preoccupations with beauty and youth, 'The Age of Adaline' looks to explore the beauty in aging itself.
Following the success of films like 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Maleficent' (two films not highly regarded by critics, but highly regarded by people who like buying movie tickets), it wasn't a surprise that Disney would continue the trend of adapting some of their classic animated tales into live-action movies. Today, we get our first real look at their next effort, a live-action version of one of their most revered tales, 'Cinderella'.
In the world of the upcoming film 'The DUFF,' we are supposed to believe that 'Arrested Development' star Mae Whitman---tiny, pocket-sized Mae Whitman---is the fat, ugly girl. Apparently every group of friends has what is called a "DUFF"---a "Designated Ugly Fat Friend." And, to be fair, the trailer has the cruel jock who tells Mae Whitman's Bianca pointing out several other examples of DUFFs who do not look fat or "ugly." They just look like whatever the opposite of a popular, conventionally attractive high school kid looks like. The first trailer for this movie isn't doing much to convince us that this isn't just a ripoff of 'She's All That,' though
After getting bumped around the release schedule for the better part of a year, the found-footage time travel thriller ‘Project Almanac’ (which used to be known as ‘Welcome to Yesterday’) is finally arriving in theaters this January. And to prove it, the studio has released a new trailer, which makes this look like ‘The Sound of Thunder’ for millennials.
The new ‘Seventh Son’ trailer is startling reminder that yes, this movie still exists and wasn’t something our addled brains cooked up while we were bed-ridden and battling a fever. Someone actually shot a movie where the great Jeff Bridges, complete with his trademark Rooster Cogburn mumble, plays a witch-hunting, monster-slaying magical warrior. And yes, you do remember correctly: this thing was supposed to come out in 2013 and yes, it was delayed to 2015. The word you’re looking for there is “Yikes.”
As Charlie Brown and Snoopy are perhaps best known for their classic holiday special ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ it only makes sense that the new ‘Peanuts’ trailer debuts with a very Christmas-y feel. You have to wait until next Christmas to see the CGI ‘Peanuts’ movie, but you can get a taste of what it will look and feel like with this new trailer.
A nice Canadian boy goes down to Colombia with his brother to surf some waves, but then he meets and falls in love with the beautiful niece of a major Colombian drug lord, and decides to join the family business expecting to live happily ever after—because nothing ever goes wrong when you get into the cocaine business, right? The first trailer for ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’ is yet another cautionary tale about the dangers of getting mixed up in the cocaine trade, but this time with Josh Hutcherson, surfing, and Benicio Del Toro portraying one of the most infamous drug lords in history.
That 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' trailer almost stole some thunder tonight because I pretty much forgot that we were getting a brand, uh, spanking new, Beyoncé-accompanied trailer for '50 Shades of Grey.' Shady move, Blart. The second full trailer for the upcoming adaptation of the popular 'Twilight' fan-fiction erotica novel is here, so let's break it down, shall we?
What is the target audience for a 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' movie? Whatever it is, enough of them went to see the first movie, so now Kevin James' hapless mall security cop is back for another go-round in the creatively titled 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.' This time, he's off to Vegas, where he's attending some sort of mall cop convention, and finds his unique set of mall cop skills come in handy to stop an art heist. Also, KISS, as in the band KISS, makes an appearance.
Watch the trailer for the movie that got some of the worst reviews of Adam Sandler's career.