"I'm sorry, I don't speak 'loser'"
It’s here! The first trailer for next spring’s sure-to-be BLOCKBUSTER HIT film Pitch Perfect 2 has been released!! Yesterday, as you may recall, we got to see the cast of Pitch Perfect 2 on the cover of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine and we also go to see the just-released first poster for the flick. Today, in an embarrassment of riches, we get to see the first footage from PP2 and get our first really good look at what to expect in the sequel. The a capella battles are going global, y’all. Can the Barden Bellas take on the world? Um, DUH! Have a look above at this first trailer for Pitch Perfect 2 and start counting down the days with me until the movie hits theaters on May 15.
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Have Courage and Be Kind
Back in May we got our first tease of the upcoming live-action Disney film Cinderella and yesterday, we got a sneak peek of the film’s first full-length trailer. Today, at last, we get to check out the just-released first trailer and get a really good look at the characters we all know and love as they will appear in this new film adaptation. Disney‘s Cinderella stars Lily James as Ella/Cinderella, Cate Blanchett as Lady Tremaine/The Evil Step Mother, Game of Thrones star Richard Madden as Prince Charming and Helena Bonham Carter as The Fairy Godmother. It’s a classic tale that we already know, retold for a new audience. The look and color of this trailer reminds me a lot of Mirror Mirror, that horrible retelling of Snow White that came out in 2012 but I’m hopeful that Cinderella will turn out much better. What do you think of this trailer? I love Cate Blanchett as The Evil Step Mother but I totally rolled my eyes at seeing Helena Bonham Carter as The Fairy Godmother. HMMM. Do you love this … or nah?
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This looks amazing.
This weekend I became a teenager again, and started ripping photos out of a magazine to hang on my wall—including a couple of Marion Cotillard. This was actually part of a creative task in The Artist’s Way, and it was incredibly fun. It’s been too long since my last Marion Cotillard movie, so I’m insanely excited for Two Days, One Night—especially since I recently got my life changed by the 2011 movie from the same directors, The Kid With A Bike. Cotillard and Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne have teamed up to bring a seemingly simple story of a woman who loses her job, transformed into possible Oscar gold. Peep the video for more!
Two Days, One Night will hit limited theatrical release on December 24.
Thus far we have seen two really great trailers for The Avengers: Age of Ultron (HERE and HERE) and today, we get to see one more. An extended version of the second trailer has just been released that features a bit of new, previously unreleased footage. If you are anxiously awaiting the release of Ultron, you might want to give this trailer a looksee.
I know, I know. It’s like the day Beyoncé dropped her secret album, except different because we knew about Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever, and it’s a Lifetime movie about an internet sensation, not Beyoncé. But, whatever! You’ve been secretly waiting for this trailer to drop, and here it is! Aubrey Plaza is the voice of Grumpy Cat, and this movie looks like something I will totally watch while cooking or doing the dishes, or, hell maybe I’ll live tweet it with the masses. Either way, this trailer promises plenty of laughs. Because that’s all you can do with a TV movie like this: laugh. Peep the trailer for more!
OMG… I can’t believe this movie happened.
Tell the truth—will you be watching, come November 29?
Action, Speed, and Family
After what had to be an incredibly long, difficult, and emotional filming process following the death of Paul Walker, The Fast And The Furious 7 has completed production and released the first trailer. This has always been a wildly popular franchise, but I suspect even more people will want to see the new movie when it hits theatres on on April 3, 2015. The trailer features veterans Walker, Vin Diesel, Tyrese, and Ludacris, along with newcomers Jason Statham, Djimon Hounsou, Tony Jaa, Ronda Rousey and Kurt Russell. And they’ve got a great shot of Walker at the very end. Peep the video for more!
"I have a message for President Snow ..."
We are less than a month away from the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and today we get to see the final trailer released for the film. As you can see in the embed above, this final trailer features footage that we’ve seen before but it does include very exciting previously unseen footage as well. The Mockingjay will rise on November 21, are you ready?
So good. Just, soooo good.
The first trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron was supposed to air during last night’s broadcast of Marvel‘s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. but because the clip leaked a week early, the first trailer was officially released early as well. But, because Marvel Studios loves us so much, they aired a second trailer for Ultron during last night’s broadcast of S.H.I.E.L.D. which features new footage from the film (and footage already featured in the first trailer). The first part of this second trailer is just too perfect … it’s so Joss Whedon, it hurts … but in the best way possible. The look on Thor‘s face when his hammer moves a tiny bit when Captain America tries to pick it up is priceless. OMG, so good! Enjoy this trailer … I know you will.
An unauthorized leak resulted in the official release
The first trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron wasn’t due for official release until next week during the next episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D but earlier today, a low quality version of the trailer leaked online. Marvel immediately sprang into action and tried to get the trailer yanked offline. They realized the cat was already out of the bag so they decided to officially release the trailer early, which you can watch in full above. As far as movie trailers go, this one is effing bad ass. This first look at Ultron is very promising. Have a look above, then click below to see the just released teaser poster for the film as well. More »
The future is almost here
After the stunning success of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies which Disney based on the ride of the same name in Disneyland, the company has decided to produce a new film based on another part of Disneyland — the area known as Tomorrowland. Tomorrowland is described as a sci-fi fantasy film that … well, is all futuristic and stuff. The teaser above doesn’t really inform us much about the film’s plot but it sure does look interesting. As you can see in the embed above, a young girl is transported to a new place (presumably Tomorrowland) when she touches a special pin (which I have no doubt will be sold in pin stores at the Disney parks) … oh and the movie stars the newlywedded George Clooney. Have a look, see what you think. I’m intrigued by this teaser, are you?
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