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?
The program allows Star Trek fans to enroll in the Starfleet Academy, participating in missions that will unlock bonus content associated with the movie. There will be as many as 40 different tasks for fans to complete, from scavenger hunts at local movie theaters to audio tasks that will require you to be watching Star Trek on television at any given moment.
There are probably people out there in the world-- millions of them, in fact-- who are looking forward to this Sunday as a chance to see two different groups of giant men crash into each other for the sake of catching and running with a weird-shaped ball. Then there's a much smaller group of us who just want to see which trailers will premiere
Everyone knows that the Super Bowl broadcast is one of the biggest advertising opportunities around, and that fact isn't lost on the major movie studios. Every year they shill out millions upon millions of dollars to take advantage of the incredible number of viewers watching. Last year brought previews for movies like The Avengers, 21 Jump Street, The Hunger Games, John Carter, and Battleship. But can we expect from this year's how?
That clip contains footage we’ve already seen, briefly explaining how James Franco’s magician ends up in the land that exists somewhere over the rainbow. The rest of the teaser will air during Sunday’s Super Bowl (though we don’t know yet during which quarter it will air).
The first ever Captain America: The First Avenger teaser trailer debuted tonight and, even if you’ve seen it, you haven’t really seen it. Though
Moments ago the new thirty-second teaser for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides debuted in the midst of the Super Bowl. But why settle for only 30-seconds?
You’ve seen the vague teaser and probably wondered, “what the heck is that about?” Today the Super Bowl answered that question. Well, sort of. The first real trailer for
We got our first look at any live-action footage from Captain America: THe First Avenger during the 30-second TV spot that aired during the Super Bowl, and now you
The score so far is Sony 1 - 0. They were first out of the gate at the Super Bowl with their slate of movie advertising and, this trailer for Battle: Los Angeles is going to be hard to top.
Maybe you were up getting more tortilla chips when the Captain America trailer played, or maybe you just want to see it again. We've got you covered