New Trailer For The Giver Blends Color With Black And White
What's new about this trailer? Well, as we saw in a previously released featurette, the film is going to fitting with the aesthetic established in the book and is partially photographed in black and white. Also, instead of the shots of action and conflict that were included at the end of the first trailer, we now have a quippy stinger where Jonas refers to himself as a “Receiver” and The Giver drops the title of the film as a response to the question of just who he is.
Watch 5 Gorgeous Minutes Of How To Train Your Dragon 2 Right Now
Kids are looking forward to seeing How To Train Your Dragon 2 because they’re either already fans of the franchise, or because it looks absolutely beautiful. Adults need a little more to sell them on a movie like this, as kids films don’t always promise the most mentally stimulating of times.
Watch: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Director And Cast Answer Questions Live
With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 now playing in theaters around the globe and set to arrive in U.S. theaters next week, there are undoubtedly hundreds if not thousands of fans bursting with questions about webslinger. Fortunately, Sony has orchestrated a chance for webheads to do just that.
Watch This Brilliant Glengarry Glen Ross And Wolf Of Wall Street Trailer Splice
The Wolf Of Wall Street is the film that will not die, and this latest trailer re-cut marries the first trailer's use of Kanye West with another bunch of cutthroats armed with telephones and vulgarity. Not only is Glengarry Glen Ross a perfect thematic cousin to Scorsese's Wolf, it also lends itself really well to quick cuts, a driving beat, and some entertaining shouting. Watch for yourself within the link.
New Godzilla TV Spot Emphasizes Grief, Chaos and Nature's Order
"It's not the end of the world" is a phrase that takes on new meaning when it kind of is. Or at the very least, when a giant monster starts tearing things up, as is the case for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, a new take on a classic monster story. The latest TV spot for the film spends most of its time focusing on the human element, as we see some of the characters whose lives have or are going to be greatly affected by what's to come.
Maleficent Featurette Teases A Reinvention, Not A Retelling Of Sleeping Beauty
Rather than delivering a live-action remake of Sleeping Beauty, Disney has taken more of a Wicked approach with Maleficent in focusing its attention on the villain of the story. As screenwriter Linda Woolverton describes the concept in the new featurette, Maleficent is "a reinvention, not a retelling of the same story."
Marion Cotillard Chases Love and Freedom In The Immigrant Trailer
Every now and then, a trailer comes along that impresses you beyond belief. The mix of images, music, and tone just grabs the audience and never lets go. This trailer for The Immigrant does just that, as it tells a tale of love, exploitation, and freedom in 1921 New York. Starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, and Jeremy Renner, The Immigrant already looks like it could be a well deserved awards season shoo-in.
Clint Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' Debuts Its First Trailer
Based on the true story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons and starring John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda, Vincent Piazza, and Christopher Walken, Jersey Boys is an adaptation of the Broadway play of the same name. The story begins in 1960s New Jersey and follows the various members of the rock group as they came together to create iconic music that is still played around the globe today.
Watch: Spider-Man Fan Builds His Own Electromagnetic Webshooters
Preventing this from being the fully real deal is the fact that Pribe has yet to invent a special sticky, webbing-like polymer to fire out instead of a small hook and string, but perhaps we just have to give him time. What he has created is rather awesome all by itself, however. the device is powered by electromagnetics and clearly took a very skilled mind to create.
Three X-Men: Days Of Future Past Featurettes Reveal Even More New Footage
Unlike the videos that came out yesterday, which centered on two very specific scenes being filmed during the movie's production, these new ones are a bit less focused. What they do bring to the table is some brand new footage that hasn't been featured in any of the trailers yet, pus a bit of commentary from various members of the cast (but mainly Hugh Jackman).
Eli Roth's The Green Inferno Debuts First Flesh-Eating Trailer
This is actually only Roth's fourth effort as a director, following Cabin Fever and the two Hostel movies. But he's built a heavy rep working on projects like Grindhouse and the Netflix series Hemlock Grove. It's apparently given him the license to call himself a “Horror Master” as he does in the trailer, which is totally different from being a “Master Of Horror.”
Watch The Gritty New Trailer For Guy Pearce And Robert Pattinson's The Rover
The tagline for The Rover appears to be, “Fear the man with nothing left to lose.” Chilling. If you won’t be in Cannes, expect to see the film when it rolls out this summer.
Jenny Slate Considers Her Options In Obvious Child Trailer
Obvious Child centers on a stand up comic who finds herself pregnant from a lame one-night-stand, and promptly decides she needs to get an abortion. Simply put, it's a romantic-comedy unlike any you've seen before. But you probably figured that out from its trailer.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past Featurettes Take You Behind The Scenes Of The Summer Blockbuster
We here at Cinema Blend are still pretty amped up after the release of the latest trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past last night. I mean, did you see that thing? Holy crap! Our brains have been buzzing all day with names like Professor X, Magneto, Wolverine, Beast, Quicksilver and Mystique, and thankfully 20th Century Fox is more than happy to let that buzz keep on humming.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Cast Opens Up About 2016's Part Three
The clip also features Andrew Garfield and the adorable Emma Stone giving the old college try to playing screenwriter. Stone, charmingly, pulls out some b.s. in regards to a silly question, while Garfield touches on the psychology of the characters in a way that, surely, the movies do not.