The new trailer for Finding Dory tugged at our heart strings earlier this week. These three new international trailers don’t quite do the same thing, but they do show off quite a bit more footage of the upcoming Finding Nemo sequel.
Here’s a brief new promo for the sequel which contains a snippet of an unknown voice ,recorded by Ed and Lorraine Warren (played onscreen by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) when they were working on the real-life case that inspired The Conjuring 2. It’s gutteral, angry, growling—and it’s terrifying to listen to, even…
The Space Between Us is one of the most intriguing scifi films due this year. It’s about the first human who’s born in outer space, thus technically making him an alien—how he deals with that, how humanity deals with that, and a romance that blossoms as a result.
The idea of humans being dicks to the advanced technology we make isn’t exactly new, but it’s a story that at least looks to being used to particularly spooky effect in Morgan, the feature debut from director Luke Scott (son of Ridley Scott).
“There’s no clown coming!” a frantic mom realizes during her kid’s birthday party. No problem—Dad to the rescue, grabbing a costume he randomly finds in a dusty trunk. But that’s no clown suit... it’s the skin of a demon, and it can’t be removed. Slowly, it begins to turn the wearer into a rainbow-wigged monster.
From the maker of Minions and the director of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, here comes an animated film in which animals of all shapes and sizes compete in a singing competition like American Idol. Ladies and gentleman, here’s a new trailer for Sing.
The trailers for Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory have been really good so far; they evoke the feelings of the 2003 original while providing some nice steps forward. This new trailer, though, uses some iconic music and new footage to really tug on those heartstrings, a lot more than the others.
On Friday, we finally got another trailer for the next Star Trek movie. We still have no real idea what the plot is, but there was still plenty to piece together. So we went through the trailer frame by frame, so you wouldn’t have to.
Seriously, this trailer is huge—not just due to the scale of the latest alien invasion to befall planet Earth, but because this five-minute long trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence is jam-packed with new footage from the film.
There’s precious little in the first actual footage from Disney’s live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, but there’s a glimpse of Emma Watson as Belle and some mightily familiar sets and music.
A final trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows has hit the web, showing off a whole lot of mayhem, and finally giving us a good look at the film’s principal villain, Krang.
The latest trailer for Justin Lin’s Star Trek Beyond debuted at tonight’s fan event in Los Angeles, and it showed off a retrospective Kirk as his ship is shot out from under him.
As anticipation builds ahead of Preacher’s premiere Sunday night on AMC, one of the guys responsible for getting the Garth Ennis comic adaptation on the air just couldn’t contain his glee. Below, witness Seth Rogen’s ultimate DIY fanboy trailer parody—in which he plays every Preacher character (with some mannequin…
We only recently got our first good look at the world of Powerless, DC and NBC’s kooky office comedy set in its comic book universe—but now footage from the show has made its way onto the internet, giving us our first real glimpse at the tone this series is going for... and it’s looking rather goofy and fun.
Earlier this week we got a great look at the new Ghostbusters, but only the tiniest glimpse of the movie’s big new bad guy (bad ghost?). This new international trailer, however, gives us a few more jokes, a snifter of new footage, and a much clearer look at the dead, dapper foe.
In 2000, a movie called Frequency was released with little fanfare. It starred Jim Caviezel as a police detective who, somehow, begins talking with his dead dad (Dennis Quaid) through a ham radio. Some people liked it, but it never made much of a mark. Nevertheless, it’s always been a great idea and now it’s going to…
Not only is The Purge: Election Year timed for obvious political reasons, it’s also being released the weekend of July 4—just in case its satirical knife-twist wasn’t sharp enough already. This time, a senator who’s running for president based on an anti-purge platform is the top prize on you-know-which night.
No, we weren’t joking. CBS is actually rebooting MacGyver and the first trailer has been released to prove it. Lucas Till (X-Men: Apocalypse) stars as the extremely resourceful hero, who this series will follow in his younger years. Years where, apparently, he was even better at blowing shit up.
The trailer for new TBS comedy People of Earth features sarcastic aliens who call each other “dude” and Wyatt Cenac (of The Daily Show) as a reporter following a quirky group of alien abductees—while dealing with the aftermath of his own close encounter. It’s deadpan, it’s weird, and it actually looks genuinely funny.
Kristen Stewart re-teams with her Clouds of Sils Maria director, Olivier Assayas, for Personal Shopper—about an American woman who works as a personal shopper in Paris, and whose desperate need to connect with her dead twin may have awakened something in the spirit world. Something... that sends texts.