sonic the hedgehog trailer

It’s amazing how fast one trailer can turn our opinions around. Six months after Paramount Pictures put Sonic the Hedgehog on hold to do a last-minute redesign of its lead character, the studio has dropped a new trailer with an infinitely less terrifying version of the speedster. Gone are the tombstone teeth and the horrifyingly human traits that made the video game character look like a creepy mutant version of himself — the classic Sonic with his huge eyes and white gloves is speeding his way to the big screen. Get your first look at the way better redesign in the new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer.

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the mandalorian special look

Mere hours before The Mandalorian is set to make its debut on Disney+, Disney has released a new special look at the Star Wars live-action series. Anticipation is at an all-time high for The Mandalorian, and Disney has been playing it safe with the marketing thus far, showing thrilling action sequences and lots of ominous shots of Werner Herzog narrating, but revealing precious little about the plot of the space western series. The new The Mandalorian special look is no different, showing us footage we’ve seen before, but offering us the tiniest morsel of an extended scene in the cantina. Watch The Mandalorian special look below.

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The Tomorrow War

Despite making a triumphant return from dust in Avengers: Endgame, we haven’t seen much of Chris Pratt on the big screen lately. Sure, he voiced the lead character of Emmet in The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, and he had a role in the sparsely seen western The Kid, but otherwise, Pratt has been laying pretty low as a leading man. But that changes next year with a new sci-fi thriller that also has the Parks and Recreation star executive producing for the first time.

About a year and a half ago, you might remember that Chris Pratt was announced to be starring in Ghost Draft, a sci-fi thriller that finds humanity fighting an alien invasion. But when it looks like humanity is on the ropes, they figure out a way to draft soldiers from the past to help fight the war. Now production is underway with an extensive ensemble cast, and the movie has a new name: The Tomorrow War. And with that new title also comes a first look photo. Read More »

watchmen episode 5 promo

We all get a little extra-dimensional anxiety. But it’s only in HBO’s Watchmen series that there are whole support groups for people suffering from this affliction. One such member of one of these extra-dimensional anxiety support groups is Tim Blake Nelson‘s Looking Glass, who appears to take the spotlight in the Watchmen episode 5 promo for “Little Fear of Lightning.”

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Fantasy Island trailer

Fantasy Island, the 1970s TV series that starred Ricardo Montalbán and Hervé Villechaize, is headed to the big screen – with a twist. The folks at Blumhouse are behind the movie, and their involvement should give you a hint as to what type of adaptation this is going to be. Yes, that’s right: it’s a Fantasy Island horror movie. The first Fantasy Island trailer below gives you a hint of the weirdness to come.

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Scoob! Trailer

Scooby-Doo is coming back to the big screen, but this time he’s getting his first computer animated feature film. This one will also be a full origin story for the friendship between Shaggy and Scooby-Doo, as well as Mystery Inc., too.

The first Scoob! trailer takes us all the way back to Shaggy’s childhood, when he meets a stray dog on the beach and shares a sandwich with him. After getting his new name, inspired by Scooby Snacks, the two become lifelong buddies and end up meeting Fred, Daphne, and Velma while trick-or-treating. But this movie isn’t just an adventure with the young version of Mystery Inc., because the gang actually has to go looking for Shaggy and Scooby-Doo when they end up somewhere rather surprising.

Watch the first Scoob! trailer below. Read More »

trailer round-up qt the first 8

We’ve gathered up some trailers for smaller movies you might have missed, because we care about you, reader. In our latest trailer round-up you’ll find trailers for a Helen Hunt thriller called I See You, the Amazon series The Feed, the documentary QT8: The First Eight, and the drama Burden. Watch the trailers, and learn more about these films, below.

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Westworld Season 3 Teaser

HBO’s Westworld series has already ingrained us in the futuristic corporate world with Delos Incorporated and their revolutionary approach to truly immersive experiences. Of course, things haven’t been going so well for the company since a serious malfunction at Westworld started to shake things up. The ramifications of those events are still being felt, and the third season will continue to tell that story. But there will be a new fictional company entering the fray.

As part of the recent Wired 25 tech event, a panel called “The Future of Data: The Promise and Peril” was sponsored by a company called Incite Inc. During the panel, a minute-long advertisement features Jefferson Mays as Liam Dempsey Sr. talking about the benefits of trusting in a tech company like Incite, which has “unprecedented computing abilities, analyzing data for life’s most unsolvable problems.” They tout being able to protect the climate while helping someone find a job. Surely there’s nothing more nefarious or worrisome happening behind the scenes, right?

Watch the Westworld season 3 teaser below to see what we’re dealing with. Read More »

Fewer trailers

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 try to kick a drug habit with the help of rodents, think twice about stepping foot in a yoga class, watch gentrification in action, save the whales, and listen to the stories of single mothers. Read More »

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grand isle trailer

Long have we waited for a film that teams up Nicolas Cage and Kelsey Grammer, and then has them use heavy southern accents. Grand Isle is sweaty looking southern gothic thriller that has Cage hiring a young man to kill his wife, and Grammer as the cop looking into the crime. But there’s more than meets the eye about this case. Watch the Grand Isle trailer below.

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