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Lionsgate decided to jump the gun a bit and drop their Super Bowl trailer for Gods of Egypt a day early. Check it out for yourself.
While the Super Bowl will be chocked full of new movie trailers this weekend, all those will do is give you an impression of whether a movie might be good. Another film has already shown the film to some people and they’re more than happy to tell you how good the movie actually is.
We've already been treated to a red-brand trailer for Vince Vaughn's upstart office comedy Unfinished Business, but just to let everyone know exactly how raunchy and filthy it is, a new red-band trailer has just dropped, and you can check it out after the jump
Jeff Bridges is back to being an absolute badass in the latest clip for the epic fantasy film, Seventh Son. Watch as he takes on towering and terrifying monsters of every thinkable shape and form in the newest trailer.
The upcoming teen spy thriller, Kingsman: The Secret Service will be dropping an ass-kicking-intense trailer for the Super Bowl, which makes its point with the adrenaline-soaked subtlety of a secret Zippo hand grenade. Explosions, machine guns, bodies dropping from inappropriately high altitudes, hot women, breaking glass, shoe shivs and Samuel L. Jackson…doing stuff!
The latest teaser for Tomorrowland has just dropped and let's just say that it's taking the “minimalist” approach. Check it out below and witness yourself being hooked in a mere 10 seconds.
Just as we'd promised, Terminator Genisys ramped up its promotional campaign with a Super Bowl spot that goes heavy on the existence of the original Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Instead of focusing on the titanic battle between two Arnolds, though, the spot leans heavily on footage from the previous trailer. Check out the Super Bowl TV spot below, days before the big game.
In order to keep you from losing your minds, jumping all around the internet looking for the various Super Bowl trailers, we have put together a nice, organized piece where you can watch all of the footage as it comes in, and then later all in one place. Read on to see what we have so far!
There have plenty of rumors in recent months about when Warner Bros plans to give us our first taste of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and the latest one suggests that the first preview will be aired during the Super Bowl.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2, the upcoming raucous romp rippling through the space-time continuum has unveiled its upcoming Super Bowl spot and, appropriately enough, a joke about the football-related scandal of the month regarding “air pressure” was present and shown in all its prominent, non-flaccid glory.
Seriously, the Furious 7 stunt team is insane, and the car-based action set pieces escalate dramatically from film to film.
These are the 10 movies on Hollywood’s release schedule that could use a Super Bowl boost. Maybe they aren’t on your radar yet? Maybe a studio showed some footage, and it didn’t go over as well as planned? Super Bowl Sunday could be Salvation Sunday if these films play their cards right.
With a brand new poster and its first trailer on the way, Ted 2 is ready to shoot its advertising load into the public's eyes. But just when you've thought you know what's headed your way, a surprise hits you in the face.
Star-Lord and Captain America are always fighting for good causes, which makes it extra awesome when the actors behind them doubly back up those sentiments. And that is exactly what they did with their latest, most-heartwarming Super Bowl bet.
Jurassic World's next trailer will premiere during the Super Bowl, which, to all you NFL novices, will take place on February 1.
Once upon a time, every Super Bowl commercial was a surprise. Companies would zealously guard their secret advertisements until the big moment when they would suddenly spring forth the material for a hundred million people to watch at the same time. Over the last half decade or so, the game has changed
Nowadays it's gotten to the point where the Super Bowl is practically as big for Hollywood as it is for the NFL. This Sunday, just about all of the major studios will be debuting new trailers for some of their biggest upcoming titles, hoping to attract the attention of the millions upon millions of viewers tuning in to watch some sports.
While I can't say that that I like this commercial all that much - I'm not entirely sure I fully get the link between being a villain and driving a Jaguar - whoever did the casting absolutely nailed it. Kingsley, Strong and Hiddleston don't always play villains, but one could argue that all of them are at their best when they do.
Ravens fans are out celebrating in the streets of New Orleans and the confetti in the Super Dome is being swept up, but movie fans can still relive the best moments of the Super Bowl-- the trailers-- over and over again. All the night's biggest trailers are now available online, and with the ability to pause them and watch them forever
For those of us who don't know the difference between Jim Harbaugh and his brother John, it's hard to find a reason to care about the outcome of tonight's matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. But that's where movies and TV can come in. Instead of pitting football teams from Baltimore and San Francisco against each other, why not make it movies and TV shows set in those cities?