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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Legacy Trailer Takes Us Back to the Beginning

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by Jacob Hall April 15, 2015 @ 3:03 PM
It may not have a number in its title, but Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth film in a series stretching back to 1979. And while original star Mel Gibson has been replaced by Tom Hardy, director George Miller is present and accounted for, still wrecking cars in the post-apocalypse for your amusement. The newest trailer for the Fury Road, labeled the “legacy trailer,” uses footage from the past films build up to the newest entry to remind potential viewers this isn’t just another action franchise. This is Mad freaking Max.

‘Love & Mercy’ Trailer: God Only Knows How Paul Dano and John Cusack Both Play Brian Wilson

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by Matt Singer April 15, 2015 @ 8:54 AM
Lionsgate
https://youtu.be/3atb-ykMR0Y
I know Brian Wilson, the genius behind the great pop group the Beach Boys, had a tough decade or two after the collapse of his band. But to transform from Paul Dano to John Cusack in the span of a couple years? Those are...

‘Terminator Genisys’ Trailer: The Franchise’s Old Continuity Gets Terminated

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by Matt Singer April 13, 2015 @ 8:29 AM
The last Terminator Genisys trailer was so convoluted and confusing that ScreenCrush editor Mike Sampson and I spent an entire piece trying to figure out the plot of the film. (We were not successful, either.) At the very least, the new Genisys spot makes things a bit clearer. Right off the bat they also reveal one significant plot twist: John Connor (Jason Clarke) has been mechanized by Skynet and the evil computers of the future, and sent back in time to kill his mother Sarah (Emilia Clarke). Also, I just realized that Sarah and John Connor are played in this film by two actors with the same last name. Which, whoa. And, of course, there’s also Arnold Schwarzenegger back as the T-800, but this time he’s an older model who’s Sarah Connor’s protector. How and why remains to be seen, but hey, that’s why you’ve got to buy a ticket. To figure out how a robot can age and learn to a be a good guy who smiles awkwardly. (Very awkwardly.)

‘Ant-Man’ Trailer: Superheroes Don’t Get Bigger Than This

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by Mike Sampson April 13, 2015 @ 8:14 AM
Ant-Man may provide Marvel it's biggest challenge yet. Yes, even bigger than that movie that starred a talking tree and a talking raccoon. But, just as they turned the little-known Guardians of the Galaxy into one of the biggest movies of the year, Marvel may be able to do the same with Ant-Man. The new Ant-Man trailer has a balance of action and humor that might remind you of some friends from another part of the Galaxy.

‘Live From New York!’ Trailer: SNL Documentary Honors an American Institution

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by Britt Hayes April 9, 2015 @ 5:53 PM
Unlike James Franco’s Saturday Night, which took viewers behind the scenes of the making of just one episode of SNL, Live From New York! presents an audio-visual history of the whole series. With the help of lots of familiar faces, including those who have hosted the show throughout its run, the new documentary traces the existence of SNL from its early days to now. The first trailer for Live From New York! is here, giving you a little taste of what the doc has in store.

‘Sinister 2’ Trailer: Hide Your Kids, the Boogeyman Is Back

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by Britt Hayes April 9, 2015 @ 5:18 PM
We got our first peek at Sinister 2 just a few days ago with a brief teaser for the film, which proudly boasts itself as scarier than Sinister. That’s a pretty big promise to make. The first full-length trailer has now arrived, sporting even more of those eerie 8mm films, a whole group of spooky kids, and yes, the boogeyman is back, too. This time around it looks like Mr. Bughuul has been very, very busy.

‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Trailer: Not Another Teen Cancer Romance Movie

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by Matt Singer April 8, 2015 @ 12:59 PM
What you’re watching there is the trailer for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, one of the most acclaimed movies of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. It won both the U.S. Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award. The reception to the film at Park City was so overwhelming that Fox Searchlight paid a whopping $12 million for the rights to distribute the movie. (Coincidentally, last year’s winner of the U.S. Grand Jury and Audience Awards was Whiplash, which went on to become an indie hit and a multiple Academy Award winner, so that gives you some sense of Me and Earl’s potential.)

‘Burying the Ex’ Trailer: Anton Yelchin’s Girlfriend Comes Back From the Dead

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by Britt Hayes April 6, 2015 @ 5:49 PM
Burying the Ex comes from the wacky mind of Joe Dante, known for films like Gremlins (and its sequel) and Small Soldiers. His latest effort once again marries horror with comedy in what appears to be a fun examination of the ways our past relationships hang over us as we pursue new ones. The first trailer has landed online, complete with zombie ex-girlfriends, green vomit and Anton Yelchin’s facial hair.

The Latest ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Trailer Puts the Spotlight on Black Widow

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by Matt Singer April 6, 2015 @ 8:20 AM
Marvel
We’re approaching that point in the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ marketing campaign where it can start to feel like we’ve already seen every big stunt and setpiece in the film before the movie’s even opened. But the new ‘Avengers’ trailer reveals yet another amazingly cool beat that’s never been seen before: Chris Evans’ Captain America loses his shield in battle with James Spader’s Ultron, so Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow snatches it while trailing the fight on a motorcycle, then slides under a semi-truck Fast & Furious-style and tosses it up to Cap so he can continue the battle. Awesome awesome awesome. (Marvel’s going to try to use that as a pull-quote on the poster, aren’t they?)