The first trailer for Amy, a documentary that depicts the tragic rise and fall of the sultry British singer Amy Winehouse has been released, and for anyone who’s ever been affected or simply adored her music, it’s an emotional one.
Even the best-behaved children in the world can sometimes behave like little monsters - but rarely quite to the degree seen in the upcoming horror comedy Cooties. That's because the kids in the movie are infected with some kind of virus that causes them to be all zombie-like.
Zac Efron is ready to make the beat drop. While the stud muffin of Neighbors and The Awkward Moment is showing off his abs of steel while filming Dirty Grandpa with Robert De Niro, the first We Are Your Friends trailer hit the airwaves to give you a taste of Efron as a hipster DJ.
If you thought the first trailer for Pixels was nuts, just wait until you get a load of the new one.
As we have mentioned in previous articles, Pan will be a new take on the early days of Peter (played by newcomer Levi Miller), starting in a London orphanage and following him on his journey to Neverland, where he’s hoping to reunite with his mother (Amanda Seyfried)… and fulfill a prophecy of a young savior with the ability to fly.
If The Maze Runner wowed you like it did scores of movie goers last summer, then we've got a treat in store for you. Take a first look at Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, after the jump.
After a long period of behind-the-scenes ups and downs, Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs has successfully made its way through production. But while the movie isn't coming out until October, today we have our first look at the film in the form of a brand new teaser trailer.
The upcoming prequel/spinoff film of The Despicable Me series, Minions just dropped a brand new trailer, showcasing the globetrotting travails of the apparently-ancient little loveable lackeys who are short on brains as they are in stature. Besides the typical assortment of poorly-executed illegalities, the Minions find themselves in 1968 London…throwing down with Queen Elizabeth!
Have you ever had a moment where you looked at Robert De Niro's face and went, "D'aww!" For those of you who haven't seen Awakenings, you're about to have that moment for the first time, as you watch the trailer to The Intern.
You don’t look like you’ve been properly creeped out in a while, dear readers. Let’s change that, shall we?
You're either going to think the trailer for Jem And The Holograms is truly outrageous, or you're truly going to be outraged. Either way, you should probably watch it, because you know you're curious to see which side you fall on.
The upcoming docudrama, Soaked in Bleach, seeks to examine whether or not Kurt Cobain was murdered.
What you’ll notice, right off the bat, is that this new Vacation, written and directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein, embraces the legacy of the original National Lampoon’s Vacation, opening with footage from the 1983 comedy. We then learn that this will be a natural sequel to the original, and not a reboot, as some might have thought.
Want to see the movie Meryl Streep's probably going to get her next Oscar nomination for?
We’re off to Myrtle Beach, as Magic Mike XXL is being sold as a road trip movie, a “one-last-ride” story of male strippers heading to the land of beachfront neon for a convention, and a final dance performance.
Who knew that the one man we can rely on during a catastrophic earthquake is Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson? San Andreas’ final, enthralling trailer proves that the former WWE star and now bona-fide Hollywood darling won’t let a little thing like a mammoth natural disaster break up his family.
Simon Pegg is granted powers by snarky Monty Python aliens toying with him in Absolutely Anything, and the results are hilarious.
What's better than one Tom Hary? Two Tom Hardys! We're not blowing smoke, although the Legend trailer shows the actor puffing a lot (like, a lot of cigarettes).
The first trailer for Vin Diesel’s upcoming action-fantasy event, The Last Witch Hunter has the star “furiously” battling evil in what is being called, “a war between our world and the next.” He will apparently do so with A FLAMING BROADSWORD! As if this needed further explanation beyond that, check out the trailer in all its glory.
The IMDB page for Irrational Man has it down for a July 24 release date, though I imagine that might be limited release, with a platform spread as the movie performs (or dries up and blows away). IMDB also lists the movie’s genre as “mystery,” which is a mystery.