The 'Joe' trailer is all about men trying to ground themselves again. We're not just talking about the character of Joe Ransom, a former convict trying to fit back in with society, but also star Nicolas Cage and director David Gordon Green, both of whom have run into their fair share of rough patches in the past few years. If the trailer is any indication, 'Joe' will be a return to form for both of them.
Considering Melissa McCarthy had three films that made over a hundred million dollars last year, is it fair to call her America's sweetheart? She's definitely the most high-profile comedienne working today, and her latest, 'Tammy,' just released its first trailer. And no surprise, it puts McCarthy front and center.
The first 'Brick Mansions' trailer has debuted online, debuting footage from one of Paul Walker's last films. The late actor, famous for his turn in the 'Fast and Furious' movies, stars in this similarly action-packed tale, except this time instead of The Rock and Vin Diesel, he's got the co-founder of Parkour by his side.
Though covering much of the same ground as the first one, the latest 'Transcendence' trailer plays up the role of the terrorists (headed by Kate Mara) who are looking to stop people like Johnny Depp from achieving the singularity. It seems as thought it's meant to show that this science-fiction film is going to have action alongside its heady ideas.
Watch what happens when the screenwriter behind 'Drive' is put in, well, the driver's seat in the 'Two Faces of January' trailer. The film -- which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac, and is screening at the Berlin Film Festival -- debuted the first footage and poster for the directorial debut of Hossein Amini, and you can see them both right here.
In his heyday, Arnold Schwarzenegger tended to star in incredibly violent movies where he played straight-shooting, morally black and white heroes. So it's weird to watch him in the red band trailer for 'Sabotage,' which casts him as a morally grey character straight out of director David Ayer's 'Training Day' playbook.
As if services like Chatroulette weren't sketchy enough, director and co-writer Zachary Donohue had to go and add murder and mayhem to the mix. IFC Midnight released 'The Den' trailer, and after this, you might not want to stalk the shadowy platforms of the web again ... just to be safe.