Ted is back and getting married – and they wan to have a baby! That means Ted will have to fight for his civil rights.
I can’t wait to see the red band trailer for this one, but in the meantime, check out the first regular (as if anything about Ted is regular) trailer after the jump. Ted 2 premieres on June 26th.
Continue reading Pregnant With Possibilities Trailer: Ted 2
Say what you will about Paramount’s new Terminator movie, it still looks like more pure fun than the previous two movies in the series.
Now you can check out the Super Bowl spot for Terminator: Genisys – just follow the jump. Terminator: Genysis premieres on July 1st.
Continue reading Super Bowl Spot: Terminator Genisys!
When Josh Trank was picked to helm the reboot of the Fantastic Four – on the strength of his found footage take on superpowered people, Chronicle – it was seen as a very good move by 20th Century Fox.
Then came the casting – and what a furor that caused! Now, we finally get our first look at Reed Richards (Miles Teller), Benjamin Grimm (Jamie Bell), Susan Storm (Kate Mara) and her brother, Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan) – and see if all that noise was over nothing.
Check out the Fantastic Four teaser following the jump.
Continue reading Reboot Teaser: Fantastic Four!
He’s the ultimate extrapolation of soft robotics – a health care worker who can save the world and hug! He’s Big Hero 6’s Baymax,
Check out Baymax’s most huggable moments after the jump – and Happy Hugging Day!
Continue reading It’s National Hugging Day! Baymax Named Most Huggable Character!
With the inconceivable Oscar® snub of The LEGO Movie, there’s a good chance that Disney’s Big Hero 6 – a terrific film, itself – could snap up the Best Animated Film award.
To see why Big Hero 6 has resonated so well with audiences, take a look behind the making of the film – Hiro’s Journey, narrated by Go Go Tomago herself, Jamie Chung – following the jump. (Note: if you haven’t seen Big Hero 6 yet, beyond this point there be spoilers!)
Continue reading Featurette: Big Hero 6 – Hiro’s Journey with Jamie Chung!
William Shakespeare wrote a biker movie with an amazing cast ()! Who knew?
Check out the trailer for Cymbeline following the jump.
Continue reading Biker Movie Trailer: Cymbeline!
‘Everyone creates the thing they dread.’
Check out the new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron after the jump. Now with Hulkbuster Iron Man!
Avengers: Age of Ultron opens on May 1st.
Continue reading Imposing Trailer: Avengers: Age of Ultron!
A new TV spot for Universal’s Fifty Shades of Grey debuted during the Golden Globes last night. It’s a considerably more romantic pitch than might have been expected.
Check it out after the jump. Fifty Shades of Grey opens on Valentine’s Day.
Continue reading Romantic Trailer: Fifty Shades of Grey!
Strange Magic, a musical fantasy filled with magic, elves, goblins and fairies – and based loosely on William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, will be in theaters on January 23rd.
Follow the jump to learn more about the creatures and cast of Strange Magic.
Continue reading Behind The Scenes Featurette: Strange Magic!
Feted at film festivals around the world, David Cronenberg’s latest film, Map to the Stars, is one of his most energetic and peculiar films yet – after all, it deals with Hollywood.
Map to the Stars will be in select theaters, on VOD and on iTunes on February 27th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Continue reading Cronenbergian Trailer: Map to the Stars!
Night of the Living Dead Meets Mad Max – that’s got to be how Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead was pitched to potential investors. And really, that’s the best way to describe it to anyone.
You can see what I mean by simply following the jump (unless, of course, blood, gore, bad language and extreme violence might put you off…). Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead will be in select theaters on February 13th. There’s something so right about that…
Continue reading Bleedin’ Wonderful Trailer: Wyrmwood!