The first trailer for Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3 will be released late Monday night, early Tuesday morning. In it, you’ll get your first look at what Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is up to after saving the world in The Avengers. Before that, though, fans were able to unlock a quick, 15 second tease of the trailer. It should be enough to hold you over until the whole thing is released later this week. Check it out below. Read More »
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Briefly: Shane Black‘s Iron Man 3 will debut its first trailer online at 12:01 a.m. PST October 23. The first film of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe Phase Two is currently filming in Florida and premiered some early footage at San Diego Comic-Con. Starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau, Ben Kingsley, Guy Pearce, James Badge Dale, Ashley Hamilton and Rebecca Hall, Iron Man 3 opens May 3, 2013. We’ll have the trailer as soon as it’s online. Thanks to E! Online for the info.
This week marks not only the 75th anniversary of The Hobbit, but also the shared birthday of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. It’s Tolkien week so we’ve got lots of Hobbit and more in today’s Sequel Bits. After the jump read about the following:
- Six new photos from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey have been revealed.
- Peter Jackson reveals a new Hobbit trailer will be released Wednesday.
- Winona Ryder is aware Beetlejuice 2 could possibly happen.
- Check out a stunt from the set of Fast and Furious 6.
- Two major stars will apparently have sex in Scary Movie 5.
- Atlas Shrugged Part II gets a new poster, which is actually better than the last.
- The Wolfpack is going to Arizona in The Hangover Part III.
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Here’s your first look at footage from Steven Spielberg‘s Lincoln, which comes in the form of a trailer for the trailer. The real trailer will hit on September 13, after the previously announced Google+ Hangout with Spielberg and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. But for now you can get your first taste of footage from the film below.
You won’t see much of Daniel Day-Lewis in motion as the sixteenth President of the United States, but you will hear him. (Edit: Or you might not hear him after all — seems like it is the soldier rather than Daniel Day-Lewis speaking.) The voiceover heard here is a snippet from the Gettysburg Address, no matter who is intoning the famous words delivered on November 19, 1863.
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Hey, remember Google+? The company wants you to remember that the social networking/info sharing service exists, and is using Steven Spielberg and his trailer for Lincoln to do it. When the film’s poster (cropped above) showed up online we figured the trailer might only be a couple days away. In fact we have to wait just a bit longer than that, but not by a whole lot.
The first Lincoln footage will be shown via a Google+ hangout (that is: a fancy video chat) with Spielberg and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, on September 13.
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What do the new James Bond film and an upcoming low-budget supernatural thriller have in common? Not much, except that both have new trailers coming this week, and both have just released trailers for those new trailers. There isn’t too much to say about either one of these clips, other than that fans of each series will find something to enjoy here. We’ll save further commentary for the full trailer releases in the next couple days. Read More »
With a midnight gross over $30 million, The Dark Knight Rises is on its way to an almost $100 million Friday. Christopher Nolan would certainly prefer you see the film in 70mm IMAX but, if you do, you won’t get the attached trailers (the film is simply too big). One of those trailers is Zack Snyder‘s upcoming Superman film Man of Steel, offering the first glimpse of the film outside of San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H. You can read about that footage here (and watch a video blog here) but, the bigger news is, there are apparently two different Man of Steel trailers playing in front of The Dark Knight Rises screenings right now.
One features a voice over by Pa Kent (Kevin Costner) the other, Jor-El (Russell Crowe) and it seems like the placement is totally random. After the jump, we’ve got descriptions of both trailers, neither of which are as revealing as the Comic-Con reel. Read More »
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I wish this post featured a good-quality embed of the new IMAX-exclusive trailer for Sam Mendes‘ film Skyfall, but the key word there is “exclusive.” At a weird and cool IMAX Remix event last night near the San Diego Comic Con, a display of footage from various IMAX films was capped off with a new trailer for the twenty-third James Bond film.
This trailer, I’m told, won’t go online, and will play only in IMAX theaters. Your best bet is to catch it in front of The Dark Knight Rises next week, but in the meantime you can read a few notes about what the trailer reveals, below. Read More »