There have been a few movie trailers during Super Bowl XLIX that played into the hands of football fans tonight, but none of them have hit as close to home as Ted 2. With the help of Tom Brady, this new teaser trailer is a hilarious sneak peak into Seth MacFarlane‘s sequel. Check out the expanded trailer with more footage not aired during the big game after the break. Continue reading
Warner Bros. welcomes audiences back to Neverland in the first trailer for Pan. From director Joe Wright (Atonement; Pride & Prejudice), this take on the fabled, green-tights wearing hero is a complete reimagining of Peter Pan’s (Levi Miller) origin story. Not only that, but we also get our first look at a young Captain James Hook (Garrett Hedlund). You can find the trailer after the jump. Continue reading
In a post Ted and 2013 Oscars world, there is not much left for Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane to mock and satire. Mining for laughs in his latest movie A Million Ways to Die in the West, which he wrote, directed, and starred in, the funny man unfortunately fails to deliver on that charm we all love. After seeing a teddy bear use produce as a strap-on dildo, A Million Ways to Die in the West is the Mr. Rogers of Seth MacFarlane comedy. Continue reading
The first trailer for the much anticipated follow-up to Seth MacFarlane’s Ted has arrived. A Million Ways to Die in the West takes MacFarlane’s sensibility to the old west to drink whiskey, take drugs with Native Americans, and get in a gun fight with Liam Neeson. Watch the full trailer after the break. Continue reading
When you entitle your film Epic, be prepared to suffer the ultimate consequences if what is shown on screen does not live up to the expectations of the name. In choosing to rename the film from its original source material, a book written by William Joyce, “The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs,” the movie set itself up for disappointment before it had a chance to blossom. And although Epic is not a complete waste of time or energy, it is far from what the movie’s title implies. As the first animated picture of the summer, Epic can be commended for its effort to entertain, but fails in creating an emotionally compelling story on an epic scale. Continue reading
Hexxus is back to destroy the rainforest once and for all, and the daughter of Zak Young must find a way to get back to FernGully to save Queen Crysta and her fairy people. Just kidding. Epic is an entirely different film based on an adaptation of a children’s story that bears many similarities to that of the classic Australian-animated feature from 1992. Watch the full-length theatrical trailer for Epic after the break. Continue reading
We’re less than two weeks away until the inevitable movie adaptation debut of Les Misérables, which also means we are less than two weeks away until Christmas – scary, isn’t it? As the date quickly approaches, the buzz for Les Mis has also increased, but will that be strong enough to bring in non-musical fans? Check out seven character posters from Les Misérables after the break. Continue reading
Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, Grease, West Side Story, Hairspray, and many more have all come center stage as successful film adaptations, but now Les Misérables steps into the spotlight to shake up awards season. Based on this trailer alone, if I were a betting man, I would reckon to guess that Les Misérables will be thrown all the Oscars. Continue reading
The green band trailer for Jennifer’s Body arose from the depths of wherever it came from and you can watch it here. It has more footage and shows the soundtrack artists. With artists like Dashboard Confessional, Panic! At the Disco, Cobra Starship, and All Time Low, this is looking to be a very teeny horror comedy. This brand of the trailer will appear with Brüno supposedly.
The Jennifer’s Body red band trailer has officially been released from 20th Century Fox and STYD has the first look. It appears as though this movie maybe ok, if you can get past Megan Fox’s wonderful acting and cliché role she plays in every movie she’s in.
The story revolves around Jennifer (Megan Fox) who is possessed by a demon and who starts snacking on all the boys in her high school. This horror/comedy seems a bit different and is rated R, but it looks little too corny, especially with that Diablo Cody dialogue. This film also stars Amanda Seyfried and opens in theaters September 18th. You can check out the trailer here: Jennifer’s Body Trailer