Supergirl Season 2 Clip

Supergirl moves over to The CW when the second season premieres next month, and along with that change comes the arrival of Kara Zor-El’s world-famous cousin, Superman.

We’ve already gotten a first look at Tyler Hoechlin suited up as the Man of Steel alongside his superhero cousin (Melissa Benoist), and now the first clip from the second season premiere shows Superman in action, working with Supergirl to save an aircraft in distress.

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Star Wars Go Rogue Chapter 4 Released

Star Wars Go Rogue Chapter 4

Disney and Hasbro have released the fourth and final chapter from the #GoRogue series of stop-motion shorts created by Star Wars super fans to showcase the new Rogue One: A Star Wars Story toys. Head on over to our previous coverage to learn more about the Go Rogue series, but the basic gist is that the short films feature several new figures and vehicles from Hasbro’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story toy lineup. Chapter 4 was animated completely using LEGO. Watch all four chapters of Star Wars Go Rogue right now after the jump.
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Luke Cage trailer

Here’s hoping you had the foresight to clear your calendar for this weekend, because in case you’ve forgotten, we’re just a few days away from the highly anticipated premiere of Luke Cage. And if you really did forget, Netflix has one more Luke Cage trailer here today to remind you.

Following the events of Jessica Jones, Luke heads uptown to hide out in Harlem… only to find himself battling a whole new bunch of baddies, like crime boss Cornell Stokes (Mahershala Ali) and politician Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard). Fortunately, he has some new friends, too, including Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson), who first crossed paths with Luke in Jessica Jones, and Misty Knight (Simone Missick). Oh, and Method Man. Turns out the rapper’s a big fan, in the most endearing scene from the Luke Cage trailer. Check out the latest Luke Cage trailer below.  Read More »

Doctor Strange TV Spots

We’re a little over a month away from the release of Doctor Strange, and while there are undoubtedly plenty of fans who are excited to see what Marvel Studios has to offer with their latest installment to the Marvel cinematic universe, it feels like the hype isn’t where it should be. I’m not sure if Doctor Strange is too obscure or mystical for fans to latch onto him, but the excitement just doesn’t seem to be there. Hopefully I’m wrong.

In an effort to get the hype machine cranked up a bit, Marvel has released a batch of new Doctor Strange TV spots. There’s a lot of footage shared between them, but there are some glimpses of new footage dispersed between what we’ve already seen. Watch them all below! Read More »

blue-jay-trailer

The Duplass Brothers have a four-picture deal with Netflix. Last summer, the streaming service announced they’d finance four movies produced by Jay and Mark Duplass through their production company Duplass Brothers Productions. Unlike Netflix’s Adam Sandler movies, however, the brothers’ films will first go to theaters. The first film the Duplass brothers have produced for Netflix is Alex Lehmann’s feature directorial debut Blue Jay, which stars Duplass and recent Emmy winner Sarah Paulson (The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story).

Below, watch the Blue Jay trailer.

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cargo-first-look

Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling‘s short film Cargo has close to 11 million views on youtube. The Australian filmmaking duo have now adapted their hit short into a feature film of the same name. Ramke and Howling’s father-daughter zombie drama stars Martin Freeman (Sherlock), playing a dad desperately trying to get his daughter to safety before the virus turns him.

Below, learn more about Cargo and get your Cargo first look.

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Good Girls Revolt

Amazon has released the first trailer for their upcoming original television series Good Girls Revolt starring Anna Camp (True Blood, Pitch Perfect) as Jane Hollander, Grace Gummer (Mr. Robot, The Newsroom) as Nora Ephron and Jim Belushi as Wick McFadden. Inspired by real events, the series follows a group of young female researchers in 1969 at “News of the Week” who go on a revolutionary journey, sparking change across their lives & the newsroom.
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Green Band Trailer

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we see how Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass are making my heart ache, catch up with Tracy Ullman, get in the ring with a foreign Oscar contender, make sense of a nonsensical artist, get positive, and hope for the best with comedians who are learning how to be funny. Read More »

Bad Santa 2 Trailer

Just earlier this week a new red band trailer for the long-anticipated Bad Santa 2 arrived, and before that another raunchy trailer showed us the vulgarity in store for us from Billy Bob Thornton‘s return to the red suit. But for those who can’t watch those kind of trailers at work, or will be waiting for this movie to his basic cable, a new Bad Santa 2 green band trailer teases the comedy without any of the fun, naughty language or sexual content. But believe it or not, even without the R-rated details, it’s still a pretty funny trailer.

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