(Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale in The Prestige) Why should you be interesting in The Prestige? Well, it can boast the wonderful fact of being “from the director of Batman Begins and Memento, Christopher Nolan. And it stars Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Michael Caine, and Scarlett Johansson. It’s even got David Bowie. And it’s about [...]
(Sylvester Stallone in Rocky Balboa) Self-Diagnosis: Morbid Curiosity Self-Medication: The trailer for the upcoming Rocky Balboa, in which Sylvester Stallone returns to the title role, currently set for a December 22nd release.
(Gael García Bernal in The Science Of Sleep) The North American trailer for Michel Gondry’s upcoming The Science Of Sleep is finally online and we suggest taking a look. The film is set to open September 15th.
(Adrien Brody in Hollywoodland) Hollywoodland stars Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, Bob Hoskins and Ben Affleck in a story about the investigation into the mysterious death of George Reeves, the actor best known for starring in the title role of the 1950s TV series Adventures Of Superman. The film’s trailer is now available at Yahoo! Movies. [...]
(Still from Spider-Man 3) The teaser for Spider-Man 3 is finally online and, while the black costume doesn’t really look like the one in the comics, we think it still looks pretty cool. Head on over to the Apple Movie Trailers site to take a look and get your adrenaline pumping.
(Still from Nativity) We have to admit that when we first heard about Nativity, we thought, “Great, another movies about Jesus!” Totally blasphemous, right? Well, then we found out that it stars Whale Rider‘s Keisha Castle-Hughes as Mary and is directed by Catherine Hardwicke of Thirteen fame. And that got us interested. The teaser for [...]
(Still from Pan’s Labyrinth) We’re finally starting to understand why so many people have been falling all over themselves over director Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth. If the new Spanish language trailer just made available online is anything to judge by, it looks to be a fantastic, gorgeously creepy, fantasy. [via JoBlo]
(Still from Marie Antoinette) There’s a new trailer online for Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette. This one features some dialogue and voice-over. The film is currently set for an October 20th release. [via I Watch Stuff]
(Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat) Ali G fans rejoice. The trailer for Borat is now online at Yahoo! Movies. The film is currently set to open November 3rd. Nice, I like.
(Cillian Murphy in Sunshine) Director Danny Boyle’s upcoming Sunshine is about a crew of astronauts sent to revive the dying sun seven years after a similar, yet failed, attempt. The cast includes Cillian Murphy and Michelle Yeoh among others. An early teaser with Boyle himself speaking about the project is now available at the film’s [...]
(still from Little Miss Sunshine trailer) The second trailer for Little Miss Sunshine has us even more excited than the first. We’re thinking it might have to do with the higher number of hilarious Alan Arkin clips. He, Steve Carell, Greg Kinnear, and Toni Collette look to be a great cast. The kids look promising [...]
(Nicolas Cage in The Wicker Man) Pretty much all that’s keeping us interested in the remake of The Wicker Man is that Neil LaBute’s directing. And maybe it helps that Ellen Burstyn is involved. The trailer is here.
(Scarlett Johansson and Hugh Jackman in Woody Allen’s Scoop) The trailer for Woody Allen’s upcoming Scoop is now available on YouTube. The film marks the return of Allen in front of the camera and pairs him with Scarlett Johansson, the star of his previous film, Match Point. Hugh Jackman and Ian McShane also co-star and [...]
Okay, so Accepted doesn’t look like a terribly promising movie, but I Like Stuff‘s description of the trailer cracked us up: If you loved Weird Science, but wished the beautiful woman was replaced with a technical institute, this is the one for you.
(still from Ghost Rider trailer) The US and International teaser trailers for Marvel’s Ghost Rider are now available at Apple. To be completely honest, we’re not sure yet if we’re looking forward to the film, but the involvement of writer David Goyer does bode well. [via Coming Soon]
There’s a new international trailer online for Superman Returns. Not a whole lot of new footage, but it’s worth it just for the last sequence. (via CanMag)
Jeffrey Wells reports on early reaction at Cannes to Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation, calling it “Traffic with meat.” And as if that weren’t enough, the trailer is now available at YouTube.
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