The Jurassic World trailer is coming very soon, and to tease us with whatever dinosaur mayhem might ensue, Universal has offered up a teaser that includes the time and place for the reveal of the full trailer...
Jurassic World's first teaser is coming, and we have the announcement that proves it. Something big is coming, this Thanksgiving.
There canít be too many people out there who have a bad word to say about either Kevin Hart or Josh Gad. Both of them are eminently watchable and always seem to be on the precipice of making someone laugh. And the red-band trailer for The Wedding Ringer seems to suggest that will be the exact same scenario for their upcoming cinematic collaboration.
The trailer starts off beautifully, with an a capella throwback rendition of Anna Kendrickís own breakout smash, Cups. But before you go fearing that Pitch Perfect 2 forgot the bawdy humor that sold the original, we immediately get the adorable sight of Kendrick making fart noises on her arm.
Riding the dark coat tails of Disney's smashing success Maleficent comes Cinderella, a live-action retelling of one of the world's most beloved fairy tales. And after months of teasing, Disney is finally giving us a rich look at this promising adventure with a new trailer.
Poor Mae Whitman. Not only did the Bluth family in Arrested Development roundly dismiss her as an odious toad, but she has now taken the titular role as the ugly fat friend in The DUFF. The first trailer for the comedy has now been released and it actually shows signs of potential.
They've been a huge part of the holiday season for decades. And now Charlie Brown and the gang are coming to theaters with Peanuts! Check out the first trailer below:
This Valentine's Day most of us expect Fifty Shades of Grey to run away with the box office weekend. But one indie romance is looking to do David vs. Goliath-style battle against this pop culture phenomenon.
Benecio Del Toro's performance as Pablo Escobar is nothing to fool around with, especially after seeing a trailer like this.
The Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is not the trailer that the theaters deserve, but the trailer that the movie goers of the world need. Or it's just a cruel, cruel joke. Watch it yourself and see.
Fifty Shades of Grey fans were promised a new trailer for the feature adaptation of E.L. James' steamy novel, and tonight's episode of Scandal delivered. Check out the newest look at movie below...
Watch Robin Williams Bust Out TR One Last Time In The Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb Trailer
The Night At The Museum franchise rides again for one last night! Catch more of the madness ahead with this latest trailer.
A madman on the loose. Scantily clad women on the run. And only a voyeur stands between them and death. No, it's not Night Trap: The Motion Picture, it's Girlhouse! (Though a case could be made that they are one in the same.)
Normally, Adam Sandler trailers are met with a heady mix of disappointment, regret and sadness. But the first clip for The Cobbler is something rather different, and it looks set to be a surprisingly heart-warming tale that has Adam Sandler at its core.
Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron essentially sells itself. Marvel Studios could shut down the marketing arm for this sequel and basically hang a sign that says, "See you in May!" The movie would still set records. Still, because they love us, the studio continues to share Age of Ultron footage, continuing with this extended trailer.
When last we saw Tris (Shailene Woodley) at the end of the smash-hit Divergent, she was leading a band of survivors out of the ruins they once occupied and into the dystopian ruins outside of Chicago. Her adventure will continue next March in Insurgent, and the sequel just shared its first-look teaser trailer.
In the trailer above you can get the flavor of this farce that has Johnny Depp playing the titular sophisticate with an eye toward crime and an impossible mustache.
Have you ever wondered what A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas might look like if PAX (now Ion) TV remade it? Well, wonder no more thanks to Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas.
If Captain America were to arrive in theaters in the mid-1980s, it would look very different from the hero running through the Russo Brothersí high-octane movie. It actually might look like this.
Thereís a lot of talent on display both in front of and behind this camera, with the music and lyrics of Stephen Sondheim giving Into the Woods a great foundation.
In recent years, Patrick Wilson has become a favorite in the horror community thanks to his work in the Insidious franchise and last year's The Conjuring, and there are shades of the genre in his newest film, Let's Kill Ward's Wife. But while the latest movie is all about murder and dismemberment, it's going for laughs instead of screams
Last summer, Despicable Me 2 managed to make a name for itself by becoming the highest grossing animated film of 2014. Despite the fact that Frozen wound up taking that crown away during its record breaking theatrical run, the latest entry in the series that gave us the Minions managed to make it a very good summer for those who enjoy the hijinks of diminutive yellow beings of lower intelligence.
All roads lead to this. Universal dropped the first trailer for the wildly anticipated Furious 7, the continuation of the muscle-car soap opera which encountered far too many obstacles on the path through production but is not revving up all engines in preparation for its April 3, 2015 release date.
The first trailer for Jingle All The Way 2 has been released, and itís as depressing as it sounds. Donít forget that it stars Larry The Cable Guy and a WWE superstar too. A recipe for cinematic disaster if Iíve ever heard one.
"To erase the line between man and machine is to obscure the line between men and gods," warns the trailer for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Ex Machina. And the dangers that tagline implies are teased in chilling promo that's as beautiful as it is unnerving.