Itís surprising how much more footage the marketing team fits into this longer Star Wars: The Force Awakens reel, focusing on everything to more BB-8 and Chewbacca (that explosives-launching Wookie) to the emphasis on Rey (Daisy Ridley) and the difficult journey we expect her to endure.
When Olympus fell it apparently landed on a giant stack of cash. When that happens it means itís sequel time. But how do you up the ante for a sequel when youíve already destroyed the White House?
The year 2015 has already proven itself to be an impressive one for movies, but don't start thinking that you have your personal Top 10 list all figured out. We still have a little less than two months to go before we see the latest entry from Quentin Tarantino, and if the latest trailer is any indication, it should be a contender for a high-ranking slot.
Disneyís live-action remake of Alice in Wonderland turned out to be a huge hit back in 2010. Itís one of the handful of films that have ever surpassed the $1 billion mark at the box office. With numbers like that a sequel was nearly guaranteed.
The attack on the US embassy in Benghazi is a much talked about event in Washington DC these days, and itís about to become a major event in movie theaters as well.
You ever get the impression the studios are just messing with us now. It used to be that our first look at a film would be a teaser trailer. A short clip that would give us little to no information about a film, other than make us aware it existed.
An Oscar campaign certainly is in this movieís plans, as the trailer shows it will open in select theaters on December 30, before expanding in January. That means it just needs to be eligible to contend, and then it can test the waters with a larger market.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have, for all their storied time together, only appeared on the big screen with each other once. Now that Jolie has written, directed and starred in a film, with her famous husband, we can see how that collaboration turned out.
We know what you were thinking, the worldís greatest spy is James Bond. Well, it turns out that isnít actually true. Heís actually known as Agent Grim and heís the lead character in next yearsí The Brothers Grimsby.
Letís ignore, temporarily, the fact that De Niro is considered to be one of the greatest actors of this (or any) generation. The man has also appeared in drivel, and isnít opposed to dabbling in offensive comedies from time to time. This, still, feels like heís reaching for a new low.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is the last part in one of the most popular and biggest money-making franchises in movie history. Now, we have a better look at how the climactic battle in the capitol will go down.
Weíll be able to judge for ourselves when Adam Sandlerís The Ridiculous 6 lands on Netflix on December 11. It is the first of a four-picture deal between Sandler and the content distributor. And if it isnít to your liking, you can wait for Quentin Tarantinoís The Hateful Eight. Or, go back and rent The Magnificent Seven.
In 2010, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg shared the screen in the buddy cop comedy The Other Guys. The pairís on screen chemistry was undeniable, so it makes sense that the two be paired again, only this time as opponents, in the upcoming film Daddyís Home.
It's been a long, bumpy ride to the theater for Natalie Portman's western Jane Got a Gun, but a new trailer is here, and more importantly, is this movie going to be good?
The new trailer for David O. Russell's Joy is simply sublime. You really need to watch it immediately.
If the prospect of seeing Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo adventuring across that far, far away galaxy isn't enough to get you excited, this Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer should do the trick.
Fans will be able to follow a pair of video game heroes on the big screen in epic form as Ratchet & Clank is headed to theaters via a fully animated feature film due to release next year.
The first trailer for Pride And Prejudice And Zombies has been released and you're going to want to stop everything and watch it immediately.
Now, the bad news. Hail, Caesar! wonít be in theaters until February 5, 2016. Thatís an eternity. If you need us, weíll be over here, watching the trailer again and again.†
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension wraps up the low-budget horror franchise that has spawned so many imitators, and now a new trailer is here to gives us a look at what to expect.