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‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’ Trailer: Henry Golding Gets into Ninja Warrior Mode

Paramount Pictures is taking a different approach to the G.I. Joe franchise after letting it lie dormant nearly 10 years. Rather than focusing on a whole team of characters from the toyline, Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins is shining the spotlight on one of the fan favorite characters by giving the ninja warrior an origin story starring Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians). Will it be worth checking out? Find out for yourself by watching the Snake Eyes trailer below. Snake Eyes Trailer Golding...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Akira Kurosawa, Movie Trailers, Paramount Pictures, Toy, Joe, Golding, Action/Adventure, Kenta, Robert Schwentke, G.I. Joe, Iko Uwais, Henry Golding, Evan Spiliotopoulos Beauty, Snake-Eyes


This Week In Trailers: The Killing of Two Lovers, The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet, Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet, Nail Bomber: Manhunt

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we tear our family apart, see things in black and white, go across the pond for some true crime, and talk about global warming. ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Uncategorized, Earth, David, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, David Attenborough, Ana Katz, Brick Lane, Sebastian, Nikki, Jon Clay, Movie Marketing, Robert Machoian


‘Stalker’ Trailer: An L.A. Rideshare Driver Becomes Obsessed With a Passenger

Stalker, the new movie from Inheritance writer/director Tyler Savage, is the latest entry into the “unhinged rideshare driver” subgenre, joining films like the Joe Keery-led Spree and the Quibi project The Stranger. Fair warning: watching the trailer for this movie might make you think twice about ordering that Uber or Lyft next time you need to go somewhere. Stalker Trailer Here’s the film’s official synopsis: In the wake of a messy break-up, Andy Escobedo decides to start fresh, reloca...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Austin, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Independent, Andy, Roger, Stalker, Christine Ko, Joe Keery, Sam This, Tyler Savage, Andy Escobedo, Vincent Van Horn Michael Lee Joplin, Daniel Pisano


‘The Sparks Brothers’ Trailer: Edgar Wright Re-Introduces Audiences to the Dynamic Pop Rock Duo

The pop duo known as Sparks may have a career that spans over 50 years and 25 albums, but director Edgar Wright will probably be introducing them to a whole new wave of fans with The Sparks Brothers. The filmmaker behind Shaun of the Dead has delivered his first feature film documentary, in which he attempts to profile a band that he describes as “successful, underrated, hugely influential, and overlooked all at the same time.” Even if you know songs by Sparks, it’s very likely that you don’t k...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Movie Trailers, Edgar-Wright, Sparks, Wright, Ron, Focus Features, Scott Pilgrim, Shaun of the Dead, Russell Mael, Sparks Brothers, The Sparks Brothers, Franz Ferdinand Todd Rundgren, Sparks Brothers Trailer Ron, Mike Myers Beck Fred Armisen Patton Oswalt


‘The Sparks Brothers’ Trailer: Edgar Wright Re-Introduces Audiences to the Dynamic Pop Duo

The pop duo known as Sparks may have a career that spans over 50 years and 25 albums, but director Edgar Wright will probably be introducing them to a whole new wave of fans with The Sparks Brothers. The filmmaker behind Shaun of the Dead has delivered his first feature film documentary, in which he attempts to profile a band that he describes as “successful, underrated, hugely influential, and overlooked all at the same time.” Even if you know songs by Sparks, it’s very likely that you don’t k...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Movie Trailers, Edgar-Wright, Sparks, Wright, Ron, Focus Features, Scott Pilgrim, Shaun of the Dead, Russell Mael, Sparks Brothers, The Sparks Brothers, Franz Ferdinand Todd Rundgren, Sparks Brothers Trailer Ron, Mike Myers Beck Fred Armisen Patton Oswalt


‘Wish Dragon’ Trailer: It’s ‘Aladdin,’ But With a Magical Dragon Played by John Cho

Do you want to see John Cho doing his best Robin Williams? Well, the new Sony Animation movie Wish Dragon is granting your…wish. Cho voices the titular wish-granting magical dragon, Long, who is unleashed from an ancient teapot by a working-class college student (Jimmy Wong), sending the two of them on a hijinks-filled adventure through contemporary Shanghai. Netflix, which is debuting the Sony film, has released the Wish Dragon trailer. Wish Dragon Trailer John Cho, I love you, but you...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, China, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Williams, Shanghai, Sony, Movie Trailers, Sony Pictures Animation, John Cho, Cho, Aladdin, Family Films


‘The Forever Purge’ Trailer: The Final ‘Purge’ Movie is Unleashed This Summer

The Purge film franchise is coming to an end (for now) with The Forever Purge. This fifth and final entry is set after the Purge has been abolished – but that’s not going to stop a group of people from staging their own Purge. After all, if it did, there wouldn’t be much of a movie. Franchise creator James DeMonaco wrote the script, while Everardo Gout directs. Watch The Forever Purge trailer below. The Forever Purge Trailer The Forever Purge (per Total Film) is set “after the events of...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Mexico, Sequels, Universal, Movie Trailers, Blumhouse, James DeMonaco, The Purge, Total Film, Ana de la Reguera, Cassidy Freeman, Tenoch Huerta, The Forever Purge, Everardo Gout, Adela Ana de la Reguera


‘Stillwater’ Trailer: Matt Damon Tries to Exonerate His Daughter in Tom McCarthy’s New Thriller

Matt Damon is unrecognizable in his new movie. Just kidding, he looks like Matt Damon with a beard and a strong Southern drawl, which certainly makes him stick out when wandering the streets of Marseille, France. But Damon is there for a reason, and it’s to exonerate his daughter (Abigail Breslin) who is imprisoned for a murder she claims she didn’t commit. Watch the Stillwater trailer below. Stillwater Trailer Matt Damon teams up with Tom McCarthy for the dramatic thriller Stillwater, ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, France, Matt-Damon, Disney, Abigail Breslin, Thriller, Marseille, Bill, Movie Trailers, Oklahoma, Marseilles, Mccarthy, Amanda Knox, Timmy, Stillwater


‘The Green Knight’ Trailer: Dev Patel Faces His Destiny in David Lowery’s Arthurian Legend Fantasy Film

At long last, The Green Knight is coming to theaters. The fantasy epic from A24 and director David Lowery was supposed to embark on its quest via a world premiere at SXSW in 2020 before opening in theaters soon after, but the pandemic drove a sword straight into those plans. Those of us eager to see the film at any cost hoped A24 would release it digitally, but the indie distributor held fast and saved the film for theaters. Now, The Green Knight will gallop onto big screens in July, and there’...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Movie Trailers, A24, Dev Patel, Sxsw, David Lowery, Lowery, Ralph Ineson, Green Knight, Gawain, The Green Knight, Gawain King Arthur


‘Fatherhood’ Trailer: Kevin Hart Tries to Raise a Daughter on His Own, Will Probably Make Us Cry

Normally when you see Kevin Hart‘s name attached to a movie, it’s pretty much a guarantee that things are going to get loud and silly. That’s actually what I expected from the upcoming movie Fatherhood, which Sony Pictures sold off to Netflix earlier this year. But now that the first Fatherhood trailer has arrived, it’s clear that this will not only be one of Kevin Hart’s more reserved efforts, but it actually looks rather touching and charming. Fatherhood Trailer Fatherhood finds Kevin...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Netflix, Adaptation, Kevin-Hart, Movie Trailers, Sony Pictures, Barry, Fatherhood, Paul Weitz, True Story, Liz, Matt, Maddy, Madeline


‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Trailer: Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson Face-Off in the Andy Serkis-Directed Sequel

Sony woke up this morning and chose carnage. The first official trailer has arrived for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the anticipated sequel to the 2018 surprise hit Venom, which starred Tom Hardy as a human who bonds with an alien symbiote and becomes a super-antihero. Hardy is back as the eternally beleaguered Eddie Brock, who has kind of made do with the fact that he’s possessed by a man-eating goop monster. A least he makes him breakfast. Watch the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer below. ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Andy Serkis, Sony, Woody-Harrelson, Movie Trailers, Eddie, Tom Hardy, Hardy, Michelle Williams, Party City, Harrelson, Comic Book/Superhero, Ruben Fleischer, Naomie Harris Skyfall, Eddie Brock


This Week In Trailers: Before We Was We: Madness by Madness, Emily @ the Edge of Chaos, Pause With Sam Jay, Holler

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we go by our house in the middle of the street, forget about college, learn about the universe, and discover a different type of ta...
Tags: UK, Movies, America, Bbc, Britain, This Week In Trailers, Buckingham Palace, Movie Trailers, John Lithgow, Ryan Murphy, Jay, Ruth, Aldo Leopold, Rick, Emily, Holler


‘Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie’ Trailer Reveals the English Voice Cast for the Netflix Release

There’s a new official trailer for Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie. Whew, try saying that five times fast. But the extra-long title is worth it, because the wait for a new anime adaptation of the beloved anime has been just as long. The Movie is a continuation of the Sailor Moon Crystal anime series, which debuted in 2014 as a more accurate adaptation of Naoko Takeuchi’s seminal manga. The Movie adapts the Dream arc of the manga. Watch the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The M...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Pegasus, Anime, Movie Trailers, Miller, Sailor Moon, VIZ Media, Michelle Ruff, Mamoru Chiba, Naoko Takeuchi, Kate Higgins, Stephanie Sheh, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie, Chiaki Kon The Way, Kazuko Tadano Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon


‘The Amusement Park’ Trailer: George A. Romero’s Lost Movie is Headed to Shudder in June

In the 1970s, Night of the Living Dead director George A. Romero was commissioned by the Lutheran Society to make a movie – the filmmaker’s only work-for-hire film in his entire career. That film, titled The Amusement Park, was a twisted meditation on ageism, and it was thought to be lost. But recently, Romero’s Amusement Park was rediscovered and remastered – and now it’s headed to Shudder. It’s part of the horror streaming service’s summer slate, and there’s a great new trailer for you to wat...
Tags: Movies, Horror, New York City, US, America, Rebecca, David, Movie Trailers, Ava, Jamie, Bobby, Martin, Joel, Laura, Rowan, Jonathan


‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Trailer: Try Not to Make a Sound as This Sequel Finally Heads to Theaters

It’s been over a year since A Quiet Place Part II was meant to hit theaters. But not unlike the premise of the movie itself, a terrible disaster shut the world down and sent us all into hiding, leaving the movie waiting to be released. Thankfully, the wait is almost over, and if the latest A Quiet Place Part II trailer is any indicator, this will be a fantastic way to return to the movies this month. A Quiet Place Part II The new A Quiet Place Part II trailer opens up with a flashback t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Sequels, Movie Trailers, Paramount Pictures, John-Krasinski, Abbott, Scott Beck, Emily-Blunt, Djimon-Hounsou, Cillian-Murphy, A Quiet Place, Bryan Woods, Evelyn Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds Noah Jupe


‘Awake’ Trailer: A Post-Apocalyptic Movie Where No One Can Fall Asleep

In A Quiet Place, people need to remain silent. In Birdbox, people need to keep their eyes shut. Now here comes Awake, where everyone somehow loses the ability to sleep. This latest post-apocalyptic thriller looks like a mishmash of Children of Men and The Last of Us video game series, with a little Bird Box and A Quiet Place thrown in for good measure. After a mysterious event knocks out all electronics and somehow robs people of their ability to sleep, chaos reigns. But there might be hope in...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Gina Rodriguez, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jill, Rodriguez, Awake, Barry Pepper, Mark Raso, Birdbox, Leigh Hell Leigh


‘Plan B’ Trailer: It’s Like ‘Never Have I Ever’ Meets ‘Unpregnant’

You might know Natalie Morales for her work as an actress on shows like Parks and Recreation, The Little Things, Happily, Stuber, or Bojack Horseman. But after directing several short films and multiple episodes of television, she’s making her feature debut in 2021. Her first film is a pandemic-era drama called Language Lessons, but it seems she quickly leapt to the next level with her second feature, Plan B. This one is a road trip comedy about a straight-laced high school student who attends ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, America, Netflix, Natalie Morales, Plan B, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Parks, Josh Ruben, Morales, Kumail Nanjiani, Joshua Levy, Kuhoo Verma, Victoria Moroles


‘Benedetta’ Trailer: Paul Verhoeven Returns With an Erotic Lesbian Nun Drama

The Cannes Film Festival announced that the new Paul Verhoeven film, Benedetta, will premiere at their 2021 festival, a year after it was supposed to initially premiere. It will be the Dutch director’s first film since 2016’s Elle, and it’s a whopper: an erotic lesbian nun drama. Watch the Benedetta trailer below. Benedetta Trailer Whenever Verhoeven — the director of such films as Robocop, Basic Instinct, and Starship Troopers — comes back on the scene, he comes back with a vengeance. ...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Drama, Movie Trailers, Cannes film festival, Elle, Paul-Verhoeven, Pathe, Verhoeven, Benedetta, Benedetta Carlini, Lambert Wilson, Cannes Don, Judith C Brown, Virginie Efira Charlotte Rampling Daphné Patakia, Gerard Soeteman


Latest ‘In the Heights’ Trailer Showcases the Song “96,000”

Hey, how about yet another look at In the Heights? The other big Lin-Manuel Miranda musical is headed to theaters soon, and Warner Bros. really wants to sell it as the movie of the summer. And who can blame them? It looks like a big, fun, energetic movie with a diverse cast and great songs from the guy who created Hamilton. Lots of folks can get behind that. Watch a new In the Heights trailer below featuring the song “96,000.” In the Heights Trailer – 96,000 There have already been mult...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Warner Bros, Movie Trailers, Musical, Warner Brothers, Washington Heights, Lin Manuel Miranda, WB, Jon M Chu, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Jimmy Smits, In The Heights, HBO Max, Stephanie Beatriz Dascha Polanco, 181st Street


‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ Trailer: Shailene Woodley and Felicity Jones Conduct Love Affairs Across Decades

How down are you to watch Shailene Woodley do a dodgy British accent while wearing glamorous 1960s clothes? If your answer is 100% down, then Netflix’s new weepy romance drama The Last Letter From Your Lover is tailor-made for you. Watch The Last Letter From Your Lover trailer below. The Last Letter From Your Lover Trailer Based on the novel of the same name by Jojo Moyes, The Last Letter From Your Lover follows Felicity Jones‘ ambitious young journalist in contemporary London who disco...
Tags: London, Movies, Romance, Drama, Netflix, Shailene Woodley, Movie Trailers, Jones, Ellie, Felicity Jones, Callum Turner, Nick Payne, Jojo Moyes, Woodley, Augustine Frizzell, The Last Letter From Your Lover


This Week In Trailers: Faceless, My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To, Threshold, From Cradle to Stage, The Gig Is Up

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we fight the power while wondering why others don’t, get ill, thank our mom for making our rock stars, make a movie on our phone, a...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, Virginia, This Week In Trailers, Dave Grohl, Silicon Valley, Leo, Movie Trailers, Threshold, Dwight, Thomas, Unsane, Benny, Sawyer, Jessie, Soderbergh


‘Port Authority’ Trailer: Martin Scorsese Exec Produces This New York-Set Love Story

It’s pretty rare that the legendary Martin Scorsese puts his name on something that ends up being bad. In addition to his directing credits over the past few years, he’s executive produced things like Uncut Gems, The Souvenir, Pretend It’s a City, Shirley, and Happy as Lazzaro, and he’s done the same thing for Port Authority, a New York City-based romance that stars Dunkirk actor Fionn Whitehead and transgender model/actress Leyna Bloom. That movie is about to get released in the United States,...
Tags: Drama, Independent, Movie Trailers, Danielle Lessovitz, Entertainment One, eOne, Fionn Whitehead, Leyna Bloom, Martin-Scorsese, McCaul Lombardi, Momentum Pictures


‘Benny Loves You’ Trailer: A Stuffed Animal Turns Deadly in This Horror Comedy

Horror movies have a long, time-honored tradition of killer dolls. Chucky is arguably the most famous, but the list goes on and on, from Talking Tina on The Twilight Zone, to the Zuni Doll in Trilogy of Terror, to the ventriloquist dummies of Dead Silence, and beyond. Now we can add Benny to the list. In Benny Loves You, a childhood stuffed animal comes to life and starts looking to kill, with pretty amusing-looking results. In the film, “Jack (Karl Holt), a man desperate to improve his life th...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Horror, Chucky, Movie Trailers, Jack, Blu, Benny, Shaun, Tina, Benny Loves You, Jack Karl Holt, Will Benny, Karl Holt Benny, Karl Holt Claire Cartwright


‘Wrath of Man’ Red Band Trailer: Jason Statham is Out For Bloody Revenge

Jason Statham and Guy Ritchie are together again for Wrath of Man. But this doesn’t look like the scrappy British crime thrillers they used to make together. Instead, this looks a bit more…generic? But also very violent, so hey, that’s bound to appeal to someone. Statham plays a newly-hired cash truck security guard who seems to be extremely good at murdering people, much to the shock of his new co-workers. Watch the Wrath of Man red band trailer below. Wrath of Man Trailer When I was a...
Tags: Movies, Aubrey Plaza, Sherlock Holmes, Movie Trailers, Jason-Statham, Guy-Ritchie, Scott Eastwood, Hartnett, Ritchie, Josh Hartnett, Statham, Action/Adventure, Red Band Movie Trailer, Eddie Marsan, Ivan Atkinson Marn Davies, Wrath of Man


‘Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie’ is Coming to Netflix

Sailor Moon is one of the most iconic animes of the ’90s. That’s why it’s a little curious that the 2014 reboot, which more loyally adapted Naoko Takeuchi’s manga, came and went without much noise. Maybe the nostalgia had faded, maybe it was the different animation style, or maybe it was the anime’s U.S. streaming home on Hulu, which until now had the exclusive streaming rights to the reboot, titled Sailor Moon Crystal. But now, the two-part film that follows up Sailor Moon Crystal has been sna...
Tags: Anime, Movie Trailers, Netflix, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie, Sailor Moon


‘The Tomorrow War’ Trailer: Chris Pratt Goes to War With Aliens 30 Years in the Future

Chris Pratt has already seen a variety of extra-terrestrial action as the star of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. But in Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi action movie The Tomorrow War, he’s going to war with invading aliens in a war unfolding 30 years in the future, and the first teaser trailer has just arrived. The Tomorrow War Trailer The Tomorrow War has an outstanding premise, but this teaser barely grazes how cool this story can be. Here’s the official synopsis for the movie to ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Movie Trailers, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Dan, Skydance, Amazon Studios, J K Simmons, Action/Adventure, Yvonne Strahovski, Betty Gilpin, Adam Kolbrenner, The Tomorrow War


‘The Tomorrow War’ Teaser: Chris Pratt Goes to War With Aliens 30 Years in the Future

Chris Pratt has already seen a variety of extra-terrestrial action as the star of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. But in Amazon’s upcoming sci-fi action movie The Tomorrow War, he’s going to war with invading aliens in a war unfolding 30 years in the future, and the first teaser trailer has just arrived. The Tomorrow War Trailer The Tomorrow War has an outstanding premise, but this teaser barely grazes how cool this story can be. Here’s the official synopsis for the movie to ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Sci-fi, Movie Trailers, Chris Pratt, Chris Mckay, Paramount, Dan, Skydance, Amazon Studios, J K Simmons, Action/Adventure, Yvonne Strahovski, Betty Gilpin, Adam Kolbrenner, The Tomorrow War


‘Luca’ Trailer: A Sea Monster Finds His Land Legs in Pixar’s Coming-of-Age Movie

Pixar looks like it has another charmer on its hands with Luca, a coming-of-age fantasy set in the Italian Riviera. The feature directorial debut of Enrico Casarosa, who worked on previous Pixar films such as Up and Coco and directed the lovely Pixar short La Luna, Luca is loosely based on Casarosa’s own childhood growing up alongside the sunny Italian Riviera. Sans sea monsters, of course. Watch the new official Luca trailer below. Luca Trailer Jacob Tremblay leads the cast as the titu...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Animation, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Mike Jones, Hayao Miyazaki, Vespa, Jim Gaffigan, Luca, Disney/Pixar, Enrico Casarosa, Jack Dylan Grazer, Casarosa, Italian Riviera Disney, Luca Paguro


Everything You Need to Know About All the Movies Netflix is Releasing This Summer

This morning, Netflix released their 2021 Summer Movie Preview, featuring the first footage from over 30 movies that will be released between April and August. Since there are so many movies, we wanted to make sure you knew as much as possible about them ahead of time, so we’ve rounded up some trailers, first look images, synopses, and all the information you need to know about the full roster of Netflix 2021 summer movies. So let’s get to it. 2021 Netflix Summer Movies List Fear Street T...
Tags: Images, London, Movies, France, Scotland, Virginia, India, America, Noah, Netflix, Harvard, Canada, Abbi Jacobson, Shanghai, Sony, Manhattan


‘Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans’ Trailer Announces July Release Date on Netflix

The Tales of Arcadia saga is coming to an end. Guillermo del Toro‘s pet project under DreamWorks and Netflix has spanned three series and 5 years, winning several Emmy and Annie Awards as well as critical acclaim. And now it’s all culminating in Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans, an animated feature film set to end the saga. Watch the Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans trailer below, which has set its official release date on Netflix. Trollhunters Rise of the Titans Teaser Trollhunters: Ri...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Animation, Dreamworks, Camelot, Movie Trailers, Arcadia, Wizards, Toro, Jim, Titans, Action/Adventure, Annie Awards, Trollhunters, Tales Of Arcadia, Douxie



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