Archive for Trailers
During the season finale of Once Upon a Time, ABC released the first promotional trailer for the upcoming fall series, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The series was officially picked up by ABC on May 10th and the show runner will be none other than The Avengers director, Joss Whedon. As expected, the show looks absolutely awesome.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve wanted to go into space. To not feel gravity and to be free to float without weight or resistance, that is what we could call an out of this world experience. Literally. But after seeing the first trailer for Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, I’ve began to give my dream of going into space a second thought. Check out this beautiful and terrifying trailer for Gravity.
A few months ago the first trailer for Pacific Rim landed online. It showcased some very impressive CG and a lot of action. Now a new, even bigger trailer has surfaced online with more stunning action and a much darker feel. This new trailer premiered at Wondercon in late March, but now Warner Bros. finally released the footage online. Trust me, you’ll want to check out the new trailer for Pacific Rim after the jump.
It’s been an exciting couple of weeks for Marvel fans with the impending release of the highly anticipated Iron Man 3. As if the nerdgasm wasn’t intense enough, the first trailer for Thor: The Dark World has finally been released, and I can honestly say I am very excited for this film.
The beginning of the 2013 summer blockbuster season is coming up very shortly. Iron Man 3 kick starts it on May 3rd with other highly anticipated films like Man Of Steel, Elysium and Gravity being released all the way through October. But the film that has just as much to prove as those previously mentioned is the second installment of Star Trek. With a massive built in audience, J.J. Abrams had to show that this new chapter would be bigger and better than the last, and this new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness shows it.
Holy fucking shit. I mean… never mind. WOW. Still speechless, thus the off-the-bat cursing and rambling. Late last night, Warner Bros. finally released the third theatrical trailer to Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot Man of Steel…and it’s simply jaw-dropping, tear-jerking, heart-pounding AMAZING! For anyone who wasn’t sold that this character could be represented on the sliver screen in the modern age after the first two trailers, you should now be a believer. Hit the jump to check out the trailer and my analysis.
For all you The Hunger Games fans, your wait is over… almost. A teaser trailer for Catching Fire, the next film in The Hunger Games trilogy, debuted to deafening shrieks of teenage girls Sunday night on the MTV Movie Awards. Following the release of multiple film stills earlier this week, the teaser gives us our first glimpse at life in District 12 following Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark’s surprising double victory. Check it out after the jump.
Neil Blomkamp may not be a household name yet, but he took a major step toward becoming just that in 2009 with his debut film District 9. The film was met with very high praise and a few surprise Oscar nominations including Best Picture. With a lot of hype surrounding his next feature length project, Elysium, Blomkamp looks to be riding the same bolt of lightning that got him props for District 9. Check out the first trailer for Elysium after the jump.
Ron Howard is one of the premiere directors in the biz right now. He has tackled many interesting topics from America’s biggest space disaster (at the time) in Apollo 13, to the theft of the holiday season in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, to Dan Brown’s controversial novel The Da Vinci Code. He’s even working on a Jay-Z documentary titled Jay-Z: Made In America. The man can do just about any type of film he desires. But his next upcoming feature is centered on the Formula 1 champion driver Niki Lauda and the 1976 crash that almost claimed his life. Check out the trailer and poster for Rush after the jump.
Following Monday’s April Fool’s joke trailer for Pineapple Express 2 the “most anticipated sequel in human history” cleverly disguised as a promo for This Is the End, a new red-band trailer for the film has been released – and it’s absolutely insane.