Simon Pegg, Nick Frost & director Edgar Wright are back for the conclusion to the Cornetto trilogy with THE WORLD’S END! Check out the new trailer & poster from the upcoming comedy opening in theaters on Friday, August 23rd!
Disney released a new trailer for The Lone Ranger. The movie stars Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Tom Wilkinson, Helena Bonham Carter, and more.
Blockbuster season is officially underway with Iron Man 3 and Stark Trek Into Darkness both in theaters. Not wanting to let anyone forget about the other major comic book property being adapted this summer, Warner Bros has released a new trailer for Man of Steel that is filled with Zod, fighting, flying, and lasers! Let the destruction begin!
The Wolverine – the sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine – the one set in Japan, is set to arrive in theaters on July 26, 2013, and the full trailer has finally arrived full of sniktity goodness.
Guillermo del Toro’s next film, Pacific Rim, is just around the corner (or a couple months out yet) and I know I’m seeing it as soon as I can. If you are still unsure though, the new trailer, which is just beyond the jump, gives some more to the story and should convince you that you want to watch it.
A new Scribblenauts game is coming out this fall, and since Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is making it, and interesting new feature will be added, the DC Universe. Take the jump for the official trailer and a bit more info.
You know, I think we’ll just let this speak for itself. Take the jump and see.
Titan Comics has released a teaser trailer for the remastered Razorjack by John Higgins.
Two new television spots for Man of Steel have appeared online, and if you think there wasn’t enough destruction in Superman Returns, take the jump to see a city go boom, and Superman take Lois for a ride.
This looks fun, take the jump for the details.
Want to see a movie that makes me feel instantly claustrophobic and scared of heights? The trailer for the new George Clooney/Sandra Bullock space thriller, Gravity has arrived.
The first trailer for Ender’s Game has arrived, and there are two things that pop out immediately. The first is that the action looks impressive, and it did its job of getting me more interested in the film. The second, and a wise choice by the studio, was to remove any reference to controversial author Orson Scott Card from the trailer and accompanying synopsis.