The good news is that Minions will probably attract Toy Story like numbers at the box office this weekend. The bad news is that it’s nowhere near as good as the Despicable Me movies.
Thanks to a few terrific movies, though, it’s not bad.
The culmination of the NFL season brought forth a bunch of new marketing for a whole host of big blockbuster films debuting in 2015. On this episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the hosts review, discuss, and debate the merits of several trailers. Hit the jump to find out which films are included on this episode. Continue reading Preview Reviews: Minions, Furious 7, Ted 2, Poltergeist, Superbowl Spots
Call it a hunch, but I suspect that as many people watch the Super Bowl for the ads and movie trailers as watch for the actual football game.
As usual, studios spent a few bucks on placing their latest TV spots during (or directly before) the Big Game. Just in case you missed one or two, a collection of Super Bowl movie spots – from Fifty Shades of Gray to Tomorrowland – follows the jump. Enjoy.
When I first heard that the lovable Minions from the Despicable Me movies were getting their own movie, I was dubious. Now that there is a trailer for Minions, I can see its potential.
Prepare to meet Kevin, Stuart and Bob – and learn the amazing history of the Minions by checking out the trailer following the jump. Minions will be in theaters July 10, 2015.