As if you needed more incentive to check out The Avengers on May 4, a Warner Bros. exhibitor site has let it slip that a brand new trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises will likely play in front of the Marvel superhero movie. It’s not guaranteed though. Read more after the jump. Read More »
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I guess this should really be called the Total Recall Trailer Teaser Trailer, because once again this is essentially a trailer for a trailer. But at thirty seconds, this clip features enough footage to count as a standalone teaser. The full Total Recall trailer, showing off what director Len Wiseman has done with Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, and Bryan Cranston, will be shown during the Celtics/Heat game on ABC Sunday April 1, and will then appear on Apple in extended form.
In the meantime, check out this trailer tease below, and begin your predictions about whether Wiseman’s take on the Paul Verhoeven / Arnold Schwarzenegger film will be a summer gift, or an April Fools prank. Read More »
I can’t realistically complain about the increasing practice of releasing trailers for trailers in the exact same post in which we’re showing you a trailer for a trailer. Instead I’ll take this moment to note that Fox seems to be very aware of a high level of interest in Prometheus, and is prepared to exploit every aspect of it.
The full trailer for Ridley Scott‘s new film will be released on Saturday, March 17, during an event parallel to this year’s Anaheim incarnation of WonderCon. Fox says:
On Saturday, March 17th at 4 p.m. PST/ 7 p.m. EST, legendary director Ridley Scott will premiere the first full trailer for one of 2012′s most anticipated films, PROMETHEUS, at the AMC Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA. This invite-only premiere will follow a 30 minutes Q&A session with the iconic director conducted by Prometheus writer/producer Damon Lindelof.
That even will be presented online via Livestream, but in the meantime you can see a bit of the new trailer below. Read More »
The sequel news is flying fast and furious and there’s no time to waste. In this edition you’ll find that:
- Simon Pegg says Khan is not mentioned in the Star Trek 2 story he’s heard.
- Pineapple Express 2 isn’t a David Gordon Green priority.
- The new poster for The Expendables 2 has been revealed.
- A trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be attached to The Adventures of Tintin.
Read the details below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, December 9th, 2011 by Angie Han
Despite the fact that the word “trailer” is used four times in the title of the post, we don’t have any actual trailers for you here — just some quick bits of information about trailers. That’s almost as good, right? No? Well, too bad. After the jump:
- The trailer for Men in Black III debuts Monday
- The Prometheus trailer gets a 14A rating — the Canadian equivalent to a hard PG-13
- The first Rock of Ages trailer will debut with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
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/Film readers were the first to know a 6-minute prologue to The Dark Knight Rises would be appearing exclusively in front of IMAX prints of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol. It was then revealed the prologue wouldn’t be at all IMAX locations showing Brad Bird‘s film, just the 70mm ones, which cuts the number down drastically. Warner Bros. has finally fessed up to the fact that this is happening and they’ve released a full list of theaters that will be showing the prologue to Christopher Nolan‘s highly-anticipated film.
Let’s not short change Mission: Impossible though. Bird shot upwards of 30 minutes of his film in IMAX and is releasing it exclusively in that format five days before any normal theater can show it. It’s a big part of the movie and the best way to see it. So, odds are, you are going to want to click below, find the theater closest to you and buy your tickets as soon as possible. I know I will. Read More »
2011 has already been a pretty good year for Warner Bros. They had the biggest opening of all time, as well as the highest grossing film of the year, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. The Hangover Part II was the biggest R-rated comedy of all time and one of the year’s highest grossing films as well. While WB has a few more major releases on track for the final six weeks of the year, it’s time to look ahead to a huge 2012. The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey are two of the highlights and what better way to promote them then with Warner’s biggest holiday release?
Rumor has it that not only will there be a new Dark Knight Rises trailer in front of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which opens December 16, but also the first teaser trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Read more after the jump. Read More »
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Raise your hand if you went to see Meet Joe Black in 1998 just to catch the first teaser trailer for The Phantom Menace. (And, unwittingly, to see Brad Pitt bounced around by cars.) Now raise your hand if you would pay to see an unrelated movie just to catch the first glimpse of Star Wars post-converted to 3D. I think the numbers will be a lot different this time.
But the October 21 release of Paul W.S. Anderson‘s 3D The Three Musketeers will be the first chance for most people to see the new 3D-converted Phantom Menace trailer. Get your tickets now! And speaking of The Phantom Menace, turns out the death of Darth Maul in that film wasn’t actually the character’s end, as he’s due to be resurrected this fall in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Details on that are below. Read More »