Remember how Zach Braff raised funds for his second movie, Wish I Was Here through Kickstarter? Well, There is now a trailer, and we’ve got it for you after the jump.
In advance of its premiere at Cannes, today, Sony Pictures Classics has released a teaser trailer for Foxcatcher – the true story of Olympic champion wrestling brothers Mark (Channing Tatum) and Dave (Mark Ruffalo) Schultz and their eccentric coach, John DuPont (Steve Carell), heir to the DuPont fortune, and how that relationship led to murder.
Foxcatcher premieres on November 14th.. Follow the jump to check out the trailer.
Christopher Nolan never gives anything away about his movies until he absolutely has to. Even then, he says as little as possible. As witness, today’s release of the first trailer for Interstellar. If a teaser trailer’s job is to intrigue, then this one does its job. Check it out after the jump.
Interstellar premieres in November.
Because giant, transforming, robot dinosaurs!
Transformers: Age of Extinction opens on June 27th.
For their next trick, Disney will attempt to turn classic animated film Cinderella into a real live-action movie – as the teaser making crystal clear. Will it work? Well, they got the iconic footwear right, so that’s a start.
Check out the teaser after the jump. Cinderella will be in theaters in March 13, 2015.
Warner Brothers and village Roadshow have released an extended trailer for Edge of Tomorrow – the Doug Liman/Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt movie that combines military sci-fi with Groundhog Day to create an unusually rich spectacle. It contains a ton of new footage and looks amazing.
Check it out after the jump. Edge of Tomorrow marches into theaters on June 6th.
Disney’s Million Dollar Arm is the true story of a sports agent who, down to his last shot, decides to bring a couple of Indian cricketeers to the U.S. to pitch in major league baseball. The studio has released a clip of a quiet but pivotal moment. Check it out after the jump.
The film stars John Hamm and Lake Bell. Million Dollar Arm winds up in theaters on May 16th.
Disney has released several spiffy new character posters to support its other-side-of-the-story fairytale, Maleficent – and a new clip featuring Maleficent’s uninvited crashing of Princess Aurora’s Christening. Awkward!
Check them out after the jump. Maleficent swoops into theaters May 30th.
Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day may be based on a children’s novel, but it’s a classic and looks like great fun for all ages. The movie’s first trailer made me laugh more than I expected and reinforced a concept I’ve long held dear – bad luck is contagious!
The movie stars Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner, Dylan Minnette, Megan Mullally, Jennifer Coolidge, Kerris Dorsey and Ed Oxenbould. Check it out after the jump. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day careens into theaters on October 10th.
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