Two guys rob a bar. Ex-con bartender Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) has been funnelling mob money through the bar – which is owned by his cousin, Marv (James Gandolfini), also an ex-con, which is trying to go legit. Sadly, they are not the robbers. Not good.
Noomi Rapace also stars. The Drop has a September 12th release date. Check out the tense new trailer after the jump.
It seems like everything Kevin Hart touches, lately, turns to gold. But can he pull off playing Jimmy, a guy who hires out ‘best man services’ to grooms-to-be who have no friends? And what happens if he winds up becoming friends with some nebbishy groom – like Doug, the guy played by Josh Gad in The Wedding Ringer.
Sony has just released a teaser trailer for The Wedding Ringer so we can decide for ourselves – bearing in mind that, frequently – but not always, the best bits show up in the trailer. Check it out after the jump. The Wedding Planner premieres in January, 2015.
Of the many fun components of the Madagascar movies, the quartet of penguin action-heroes-in-their-own-minds has taken on a life of its own in an animated TV series and, now, their very own movie. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private are faced with thwarting the plans of Dr. Octavius Brine – a threat so dire that they must team up with the North Wind, led by Agent Classified, to do so. Judging from the film’s first trailer, spy hi-jinx ensue.
Check it out after the jump. Penguins of Madagascar splashes into theaters November 26th.
When an alien race called the Boov invade the Earth and relocate humans so that they can settle in properly, a resourceful girl named Tip (Rihanna) avoids capture and, with an alien called Oh (Jim Parsons) learns that there’s a great deal more at stake than intergalactic relations in DreamWorks Animation’s Home.
Home invades theaters on March 27the, 2015. Check out the first trailer after the jump.
When Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City came out, it was hailed as innovative, a work of genius. For the follow-up, the two have collaborated to adapt the Sin City graphic novel, A Dame To Kill For – and Miller’s name has been added to the title, hence: Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. The trailer has the same black-and-white-with-splashes-of-color noir look of the original film and is cool as all get out.
In Birdman, Michael Keaton plays a man who was once famous for playing an iconic superhero. Nothing he’s done before or since has impacted that fame and he’s pretty much considered washed up – but now he’s trying to mount a Broadway play and must overcome his ego, family troubles and, of course, the fact that everyone thinks of him as Birdman, to make it work.
Birdman is the next film from Alejandro González Iñárritu (Babel, Biutiful). Check out the first teaser after the jump.
The new TV spot for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a tad bit more dramatic than the theatrical trailers, but writer/director James Gunn’s subversive wit does add a little something extra. Check it out after the jump.