andre the giant trailer

The larger-than-life story of wrestler Andre the Giant gets the bio-doc treatment with HBO’s Andre the Giant. The new documentary from executive producer Bill Simmons chronicles the life and career of the late wrestler. Watch a new Andre the Giant trailer below.

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Cobra Kai Trailer

It looks like YouTube is going to keep teasing The Karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai little by little until they announce the release date. Ralph Macchio returns as Daniel LaRusso, the title character from the 1984 movie, while William Zabka reprises his role as bully Jonny Lawrence. But the tables may be a little turned this time.

Jonny decides to repoen the Cobra Kai dojo that once gave his life purpose, something he’s struggled to find in his older years as a septic tank cleaner who has a somewhat depressing existence. However, that decision doesn’t sit too well with Daniel LaRusso for some reason. A new Cobra Kai trailer shows us this new dynamic. Read More »

Cobra Kai Trailer

Looking to finally make a splash in the original programming game, YouTube Red has a new series called Cobra Kai that picks up where The Karate Kid left off. Or at least it picks up about 30 years later with a grown-up Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) trying to turn his life around by reopening the Cobra Kai dojo, the same place he learned karate when he was a teenager.

The first Cobra Kai teaser trailer was all about establishing the premise and teasing the reunion of Johnny Lawrence with The Karate Kid himself, Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio). But this one strictly focuses on Lawrence and the return of the Cobra Kai dojo. There’s not a ton of new footage, but it does provide a somewhat better introduction to the teen that Lawrence takes under his wing. Read More »

Creed 2 Michael B Jordan

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Ryan Coogler explains why he’s not directing Creed 2
  • Speaking of Creed 2, check out a cool Creed 2 fan poster below
  • Oh did someone say Creed 2Dolph Lundgren reveals why he returned for Creed 2
  • Hey, speaking of Dolph Lundgren, the actor offers some info on Aquaman
  • Mission: Impossible – Fallout is finally done filming
  • Chris Tucker says Rush Hour 4 is happening (for some reason)
  • Ghostbuster AR game is coming to Android and iOS this year

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Cobra Kai Teaser Trailer

At the end of last summer, we learned YouTube Red had picked up a new series called Cobra Kai that would see Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reprising their famous roles as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence from The Karate Kid. Now we finally have our first look at the show.

Cobra Kai takes place in present day, where the former karate championship opponents are now adults struggling to find balance in their lives. In the first Cobra Kai teaser trailer, Johnny (Zabka) reopens the Cobra Kai dojo in a last ditch effort to make something of himself. This inevitably leads to a confrontation with Daniel (Macchio) and the return of the old rivalry between them. Read More »

Cool Posts From Around the Web:

uncle drew trailer

It started as a viral bit. Basketball star Kyrie Irving donned some old-age make-up, a fat suit, and a white wig to play “Uncle Drew,” a washed-up basketball player who shows up to a local game and shows up all the young players. He debuted in a Pepsi Max ad that was presented as documentary-style “chapters” — which later came together as a 20-minute short film. The videos soon went viral and and went on to be one of the most popular ads that aired at the NBA finals.

Now, Uncle Drew is getting his own movie.

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Sequel Bits the first purge

In this edition of sequel bits:

  • The First Purge teaser capitalizes on how terrifying America is right now.
  • M. Night Shyamalan has screened some Glass footage, and people are happy.
  • Stephen Lang confirms Don’t Breathe 2 (again).
  • Stephen Lang also offers an update on Avatar 2.
  • Tom Cruise is kind of a jerk on the set of Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
  • Michael B. Jordan is excited for the new Creed 2 director.
  • Polymath Hailee Steinfeld might also sing as well as star in Bumblebee.
  • Want to hear the plot of Goosebumps 2? Sure you do!
  • A new lego set for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
  • A first look at Tremors 6.

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2018 super bowl movie trailers

Everyone knows what they watch the Super Bowl to see — and it’s certainly not the football. It’s the commercials! Whether dancing puppy monkey babies are more your speed, or the latest trailer for Stranger Things, the Super Bowl has become one of the most anticipated pop culture events of the year for non-sports fans. Maybe that’s because the cost of a 30-second commercial aired during the primetime sport event could exceed $5 million — about the same as the budget for many independent films. So it’s exciting to just see what the overwhelmingly wealthy studios and advertising companies will shell out for a chance to be seen by 100 million eyes. Corporate culture at its finest.

Here are some of the 2018 Super Bowl movie trailers we’re expecting to see later this week.

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Original Rocky Movie Poster

Rocky is not just one of the greatest sports movies of all time, but one of the greatest films ever made. Period.

But if there’s one thing about the Rocky that wasn’t all that great, it was the original poster. Even though it features the great tagline “His whole life was a million-to-one shot,” the black and white poster only featured Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) and Adrian (Talia Shire) walking with their backs to us. Or there’s also the black and white one sheet featuring Rocky with his arms raised at the top of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which is an iconic image, but it’s not exactly a great poster.

However, before those became the official Rocky posters, there was an awesome illustrated poster created by artist Tom Jung, and Sylvester Stallone has just revealed it to the public for the first time. Check out the original Rocky movie poster below. Read More »

coach snoop trailer

Snoop Dogg continues to surprise. The multi-talented rapper, producer, cannabis advocate, and cooking show host has added another hyphenate to his resume: football coach.

The hip-hop artist has long been involved in a youth football league, supporting kids from low-income neighborhoods in Los Angeles. But Snoop’s coaching talents are finally getting the spotlight thanks to the inspiring Coach Snoop docuseries that will soon premiere on Netflix. That’s right, inspiring. Get ready to cry about sports for the first time since the finale of Friday Night Lights.

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