The trailer for Movie: The Movie did so well that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel dutifully brought us a second installment on Sunday night: the star-studded trailer for the sequel, Movie: The Movie 2V.
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This morning, the Thor: The Dark World trailer hit hard, like Thor landing on the ground after one of his godlike jumps. However, it all felt a bit familiar. And not just in a general action-movie-trailer way, or reminiscent of the first Thor movie, but something more specific: It was ... More »
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(Using movie trailer voice): From the producers of '2011: A Debt Ceiling' and the director of 'The Fiscal Cliff' comes the story of one country sailing hopelessly toward the uncertain seas of economic despair.
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Boy-banders on the big screen? We die. A short trailer for One Direction's 3-D movie premiered Friday on Daybreak, giving us just a glimpse of the boys' upcoming...
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ABC Jimmy Kimmel and Jessica Chastain appear in "Movie: The Movie: 2V." When in doubt, out-sex the opposition. Gratuitous celebrity cameos don’t hurt, either. Those are the overriding themes of “Movie: The Movie: 2V,” a seven-minute trailer presented on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” following Sunday’s Academy Awards. Last year...
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The first trailer for Despicable Me 2 exclusively featured the minions. Though we love those silly little guys and look forward to their solo movie, you know that famous saying, "A Despicable Me 2–trailer-watcher can't subsist on minions alone." Luckily, this trailer has some returning voices (Steve Carell and Kristen ... More »
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At first glance, the new trailer for the upcoming Great Gatsby movie looks pretty much like the two that preceded it. All three have fast cars, period costumes, Art Deco design, and director Baz Luhrmann’s signature lavish, kaleidoscopic party scenes. The first Gatsby trailer was a meditation on a city and a time, filled with one question: “Who is this Gatsby?” The second...
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What makes post-punk, London-based four-piece Savages so compelling is their fierce focus, says Helen Brown.
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If you go to Savages’ website right now, something strange happens.
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Screen Junkies are back with another honest movie trailer. And this time they are ripping apart "Star Trek," just in time for the release of the newest film in the saga. Check out the video above, because what better way to prepare for the release of “Star Trek Into The Darkness” than with a trailer that details all the hilarious flaws and foibles? Via Tastefully Offensive.
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