Because what other movie would you watch today?
Video editor Ryan Shukis has re-edited a bunch of Disney movies to create the trailers that would market Disney animated films to grown-ups. His latest is The Lion King, which takes on a much more heartwarming tone than in the original trailer.
A childhood spent building everything from castles, to spaceships, to monsters is all one really needs to remind themselves why Lego is the ultimate toy for everyone from toddlers to seniors. But check out the trailer for A Lego Brickumentary for even more reasons to love all those colorful plastic pieces.
Oh jeez, you're saying. Another hitman movie? But! Australian entry Kill Me Three Times stars Simon Pegg, noted funnyguy, as the ruthless bloke with the gun. And wisecracks. Watch the red band trailer below, and make sure not to use all your matches to set off that explosion.
"It's a bad time, this time of year" ... especially if you live in Valentine Bluffs, setting for 1981 seasonal classic My Bloody Valentine. Come for the freaky miners, marvel at the gore, and stay for the excellent end-credits music.
As you might have expected, when Guy Ritchie takes on the iconic 1960s spy-fi series, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., the result is cool-looking, self-mocking, and full of funny action. At least, this first trailer makes the U.N.C.L.E. movie look like a total blast.
"Do you know what it's like to lose control?" Looks like Skye, with her new Inhuman abilities, is going to get a crash course in this explosion-filled new trailer for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s highly anticipated return (March 3) after December's mind-blowing midseason finale.
Here at io9, we love trailers - but apparently the golden age of the trailer might be on a decline. According to a new study, Trailers are no longer the biggest piece of shared advertising for movies.
The Credits has a fascinating article about all the work it took to create the look of an abandoned California in Vancouver. Which is particularly impressive, given that Andy Serkis has said that the majority of filming took place on location, not on a built-for-their-exact-needs set.
It's pretty common for movie trailers to include scenes that wind up not being in the final edit of the film. Amazing Spider-Man had a whole subplot about Peter Parker's DNA and the Lizard that was in the trailers but not the movie. And now, Amazing Spider-Man 2 also seems to have left out major scenes from the…
Here's our clearest look yet at the big beastie, from the waist up. It's a brief glimpse, but a glimpse, nonetheless.
Movie trailers are an artform all their own. Sometimes the best part of sitting in the theater is watching five or six blow-your-hair-back fantastic trailers in a row. But they can be deceptive, too. What's the worst movie you've ever seen, that had the most brilliant trailer?
I'm not quite sure the marketing for this film could get any better and/or more whimsical. Everything is awesome, indeed.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer pretty much overwhelmed us with spectacle. And supervillains. Did you catch all of the amazing villain reveals, and weird clues? We've got you covered, with our complete roundup of screencaps!
Video game trailers are all lies, damned lies. If they show us gameplay at all, it's cut together in the most exciting possible way. They're custom-crafted to generate hype, and they have the power to make a lousy game look fantastic. But, well... if they're lies, at least they're occasionally beautiful ones.
The first trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier dropped earlier today, and it was a concentrated blast of awesome. Including massive destruction, heartbreaking injuries, and some clues as to the nature of the conspiracy that Cap faces. Our roundup of nearly 100 screencaps reveals everything you might have…
The Breakfast Club was a movie about a group of kids with very different outlooks on life and different reasons for getting tossed into detention — who came together to stop an invasion of alien warriors and their huge ugly serpent ships. At least, that's what I'm getting from this pretty hilarious …
If Stanley Kubrick was somehow able to make 2001: A Space Odyssey in the year 2012, would he be able to release a trailer that captures the scope and majesty of his film? Or would the tale of humanity's journey from one stage of development to the next be marketed as just another spacefaring action flick? The folks…
What do you think is going on in this trailer for Jennifer Lawrence's new horror movie The House at the End of the Street? (Which, everybody keeps carefully reminding us, was filmed before she did Hunger Games.) Lawrence and her mom (Elizabeth Shue) move in near a house where a double murder happened, and there's a…