Superhero movies are a dime a dozen in 2015, but there’s only one worth seeing without any special effects, Hollywood stars or planet-destroying monsters. Batkid Begins is the inspiring story of thousands of people banding together to make 5-year-old Miles Scott’s dream come true by turning San Francisco into Gotham and giving him the chance to save the day. More →
Despicable Me fans are probably antsy to see the spinoff film Minions when it comes out, but until it launches on July 10th we’ve been granted one more short look into the title characters’ upcoming hilarious adventures. Illumination has published a third trailer for the Minions movie, which reveals further details about the plot. More →
Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film Minority Report now has a TV series that further expands on the story in the original movie. The upcoming new show is also called Minority Report, and will air this fall on Fox. While many details about the plot have not been made available yet, Fox has released its first trailer for its upcoming series, and it offers some clues about what’s going to happen on the show. More →
Sci-Fi movie fans looking for new releases this year should have plenty of reasons to be excited, considering the many new trailers teasing all the upcoming attractions. Some of them will be launching in late 2015, like the seventh Star Wars title, while some are going to hit theaters much sooner, including Tomorrowland, a new Disney creation starring George Clooney, Judy Greer, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie.
Didn’t get your fill of trailers for upcoming blockbuster movies last week?
On Monday, Universal Pictures released a new trailer for Jurassic World, packed with so much new footage that I’m not sure what surprises the film could possibly still have in store by the time it hits theaters in June. More →
Believe it or not, the release of the second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was not the finale of Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim last week. In fact, that was just the highlight of the first day. In the succeeding days, there were more announcements, more interviews and more trailers, including an early teaser for Rogue One, the first film of the Star Wars Anthology Series. More →
Nowadays we like to see our super hero movies to be gritty and dark… but it wasn’t always like that. In fact, the first Superman movie was a very light and sunny affair while the original Batman TV series was downright campy. This is why we found it particularly amusing that YouTube user Bobby Burns last week made a very clever remake of the new Batman v Superman trailer using only footage of Adam West as Batman and Christopher Reeve as Superman. More →
After the Batman v. Superman trailer that was supposed to air in IMAX cinemas leaked last week, a new trailer for a hot upcoming superhero blockbuster hit YouTube during the weekend — also earlier than it was supposed to. Posted by YouTube user lioonelx, the leaked trailer for the new Fantastic Four movie was then pulled at the request of 20th Century Fox, CNET reports, but not before it was able to post the clip on its own YouTube channel. More →
We love the Internet for many reasons but chief among them is how it gives so many talented people a creative platform that they otherwise never would have had. The latest such example comes to us from the YouTube channel FinalFeature, which has already produced a brilliant recreation of the entire new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer using Legos. More →
What do you do if all of a sudden you find yourself having to compete against the brand-new Star Wars VII trailer with a trailer of your own? Well, you first announce it’s going to debut on IMAX, and then you somehow have it leaked online somehow. At least that’s what appears to have happened with the new Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer, which should be officially released on Monday, but which is already available online to anyone excited about this particular superhero blockbuster. More →