Trailers - Page 5

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Final Trailer: Who Will Survive the Wasteland?

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by Britt Hayes April 28, 2015 @ 5:13 PM
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Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron is arriving this weekend, we can start focusing more of our excitement (if even possible) on Mad Max: Fury Road. We’ve got one final trailer for the film, and it features perhaps the most dialogue and exposition yet — that’s definitely quite a change from previous trailers for the film. What hasn’t changed: fire, blood, monstrous vehicles, and that lovely day Nicholas Hoult has been going on about.

The ‘Ted 2’ Red Band Trailer Is Exactly What You’d Expect

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by Jacob Hall April 27, 2015 @ 12:00 PM
The first Ted made something in the neighborhood of a bajillion dollars, so a Ted 2 was inevitable and they don’t seem to be messing with the formula all that much. The new red band trailer (which is NSFW in all kinds of ways) showcases everything that worked in the first one ... as well as everything that didn’t work. In short, you and you alone know if Ted 2 is going to work for you.

‘Nightingale’ Trailer: David Oyelowo Loses His Mind in New HBO Film

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by Britt Hayes April 24, 2015 @ 5:57 PM
Of last year’s many Oscar snubs, David Oyelowo not receiving a nomination for his commanding leading performance in Selma was a total shock. 2014 was Oyelowo’s breakout year, and Selma cemented his place as an intensely talented star. The actor has a few films hitting theaters this year, and one hitting the small screen, as well: Nightingale, the new HBO film from producer Brad Pitt. And judging by the first trailer, Oyelowo knocks this one out of the park — but are you really surprised?

‘Testament of Youth’ Trailer: Jon Snow Cleans Up Nicely, Goes to World War I

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by Britt Hayes April 24, 2015 @ 5:15 PM
As Jon Snow on the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, Kit Harington is a rugged protagonist who often seems a bit boring in his goodness. While handsome, he’s never particularly been a fan favorite in the book or the show. But you’ll get to see a different side of Harington in the upcoming Testament of Youth, in which he gets a hair cut and a shave to play a man sent off to battle in World War I.

‘Area 51’ Trailer: ‘Paranormal Activity’ Director Returns With His Long-Awaited Follow-Up

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by Britt Hayes April 23, 2015 @ 7:50 PM
Like the famed government site itself, Oren Peli’s Area 51 film was something that’s existed for a while now, but has remained shrouded in secrecy and hidden from the public. The director began working on the project in 2011, and the last update we received was sometime in 2013. Since then, the film has been stuck on Paramount’s shelf, and it wasn’t clear if Area 51 would ever see the light of day. Coinciding with today’s abrupt announcement of the film’s upcoming May release date, we finally have an official trailer.

‘The Visit’ Trailer: M. Night Shyamalan Returns to Take You to Grandma’s House

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by Britt Hayes April 23, 2015 @ 6:19 PM
After a brief intermission, M. Night Shyamalan is back. In addition to the new Fox series Wayward Pines, the twist-y filmmaker also has a new movie coming out: The Visit. We first heard about the film last year, but other than the casting of Kathryn Hahn, production has remained fairly quiet. With Shyamalan’s latest hitting theaters in just four months, the first trailer has arrived to reveal just what The Visit is all about.

‘Black Mass’ Trailer: Johnny Depp Reminds You He’s a Great Actor

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by Mike Sampson April 23, 2015 @ 12:59 PM
It wasn't long ago that Johnny Depp, a highly respected actor, starred in the first Pirates of the Caribbean and became a huge A-list star. But, instead of taking his newfound fame (and wealth) and using that to star in some more challenging roles, he’s starred in a bunch of Pirates sequels, Tim Burton movies and Mortdecai. Had Johnny Depp lost his touch?, people asked. If this new Black Mass trailer is to be believed, no. Absolutely not.

New ‘Tomorrowland’ Trailer Teases Crazy Action and Flying Bathtubs

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by Jacob Hall April 21, 2015 @ 8:54 AM
In a summer filled with sequels and remakes and reboots, Tomorrowland is one of the few truly massive releases that doesn’t have a number in the title. While it may take its name from a “land” in Disney theme parks, the new trailer showcases a film that looks awfully ambitious, nutty and original. The studio’s accountants certainly see this as another avenue in strengthening the company’s theme park IP, but if all such exercises had directors like Brad Bird, the world would probably be a better place, full of more interesting movies.

‘The Overnight’ Trailer: Adam Scott Gets Invited to the Most Awkward Dinner Party Ever

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by Britt Hayes April 20, 2015 @ 7:22 PM
The Overnight was a big hit at both Sundance and SXSW this year, and pretty soon you’ll be able to see why for yourself. The new comedy starring Adam Scott and Jason Schwartzman has delivered an official trailer, inviting you to witness what might be the most hilariously uncomfortable dinner party in the history of uncomfortable dinner parties.

‘Jurassic World’ Trailer: The Park is Open!

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by Jacob Hall April 20, 2015 @ 9:58 AM
Something has survived ... and it’s been packaged, licensed and sold to an audience of millions! No, we’re not talking about the Jurassic Park franchise or the new Jurassic World trailer, but rather the dinosaurs on display in the film, who are the star attractions in a fully functioning prehistoric theme park where nothing ever goes wrong! Until it does. And when things go wrong at dinosaur theme parks, things go really wrong.