We’re all hoping Warner Bros. has saved the best Harry Potter film for last. Time will tell. But after watching the latest trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2, we’re prepared to say that it’s the best preview ever cut for the franchise. But what’s the second best? Below, watch trailers for the first seven films. Then, go to our Facebook page and vote for your favorite. READ FULL STORY
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Looking for a little Help to Change-Up your Life in a Day, but only have 30 Minutes or Less to spare? Search no further than this week’s trailers! First off, rising star Emma Stone takes the lead in the big-screen adaptation of book-club staple The Help. Next Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari, and Danny McBride get caught up comic misdeeds in 30 Minutes or Less. Then Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman swap identities (Who gets the better end of that deal? Discuss.) in the new bodyswitcher comedy The Change-Up. And if you’re tired of watching movie stars have all the fun, take a look at the Ridley Scott-produced Life in a Day, a doc made entirely of footage of regular folks just like you and me. (Well, not exactly like me since there’s nobody in the trailer binge-eating Cadbury eggs while blogging about movie trailers, but you get the idea.) Check them all out after the jump!
This week's trailers: 'Cowboys & Aliens,' Taylor Lautner in 'Abduction,' Daniel Radcliffe in 'The Woman in Black,' and more!
Will Ferrell speaking Spanish? Daniel Radcliffe in a suit? Taylor Lautner not showing his abs? If this week’s trailers have a theme (and don’t they always?), then it’s all about stars breaking out of the box. We’ve got James Bond (a.k.a. Daniel Craig) in a cowboy hat in a new look at Cowboys & Aliens; Will Ferrell jamón-ing it up in the telenovela spoof Casa de mi Padre; Twilight star Taylor Lautner on the run in abduction; Harry Potter‘s own Daniel Radcliffe getting spooked in the horror pic The Woman in Black; and much, much, more. Check them all out after the jump! READ FULL STORY
This week’s trailers feature beautiful, half-naked men. Loads of them. Seriously, it’s like there was a fire alarm in the dressing rooms of the hot guy store and everyone had to ditch their clothes and seek shelter inside a movie trailer. First off, we’ve got a cut-from-marble Ryan Gosling baring (almost) all in our first look at the Steve Carell rom-com Crazy, Stupid, Love. After you’ve watched that one on frame-by-frame a few dozen times (I’m not saying I did), see Joseph Gordon-Levitt strut around in his undies in the Sundance dramedy Hesher, co-starring Natalie Portman, while Inception‘s Ed Hardy and Animal Kingdom‘s Joel Edgerton beat each other senseless (and shirtless) in the boxing pic Warrior. But if buck-nekked dudes isn’t your thing, we’ve still got plenty of options for you, including Anonymous, Roland Emmerich’s drama about the theory that Shakespeare got credit for another writer’s work, and Melancholia, Lars Von Trier’s unique take on an end-of-the-world pic, starring Kirsten Dunst and Kiefer Sutherland. Check them all out after the jump! READ FULL STORY
Looks like what happened in Bangkok stays out of the theaters: The Los Angeles Times reported earlier today that Warner Bros. had requested that its trailer for The Hangover Part II that premiered last week be pulled from all theaters. Now, Warner Bros. confirms the news to EW, releasing this statement: “In our haste to meet the placement schedule for this trailer, we failed to properly vet the final version with the MPAA. We acted immediately to correct the mistake and removed the trailer from screens.”
Apparently, the trailer had been airing before screenings of the PG-13 Source Code, and though you’d be hard pressed to find any complaints about the Hangover trailer on the Web (or, heck, amongst your friends), its adult content — including a shot of a monkey mock-simulating a sexual act — was deemed too inappropriate for under-17 audiences. But because there was no outcry (a source tells EW that the studio had not received any complaints) we have to ask: Were you offended by The Hangover Part II trailer? READ FULL STORY
Can’t afford that vacation this year? Don’t fret! You can still take a round-the-world trip with this week’s trailers. First stop: Bangkok — the only city that could make Vegas look like the Vatican — a perfect setting of the Wolf Pack’s new blackout-drunk escapades in The Hangover: Part II. Then it’s a quick flight (sorry, no peanuts) to Paris for Woody Allen’s latest semi-romantic comedramensembledy Midnight in Paris, starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. Still not jet-lagged? Then hop a plane to exotic, faraway Arcadia, California, home of the legendary Los Angeles County Arboretum! Okay, maybe that one’s less of a thrill, but it’s where Will Ferrell decides to sell all his worldly goods in the indie comedy Everything Must Go. So pack some toothpaste, throw on some drawstring pants, and let’s get this trip started. And please don’t forget to sign our travelogue (i.e., the comments) below when you’re done. </metaphor> READ FULL STORY
What do penguins, superheroes, medieval knights and musketeers all have in common? Nothing. Seriously, they’re not even all mammals. But they’re all in this week’s trailers, which feature a clip from the new Jim Carrey comedy Mr. Popper’s Penguins, a new look at Chris Evans as a weakling-turned-hero in Captain America, and some randy hijinks with Natalie Portman, James Franco, and Danny McBride in Your Highness. Plus a whole lot more! Check out all the non sequitur-ial fun after the jump. READ FULL STORY
This week's trailers: 'Larry Crowne,' 'Conan the Barbarian,' and a new look at 'Friends with Benefits'
There’s no lack of star power in this week’s trailer roundup: Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts grace the first look at the Hanks-directed dramedy Larry Crowne, Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis are Friends with Benefits, and Neil Patrick Harris hangs with The Smurfs. But we’ve also got peeks at some exciting indie projects from filmmakers like Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me) and the legendary Werner Herzog (Rescue Dawn). Plus, a tease of this summer’s Conan the Barbarian reboot: No Arnold this time, but still plenty of pecs courtesy of new Conan Jason Momoa. Check out all these and more after the jump! READ FULL STORY
This week’s clips crash and burn — in the best possible sense. First, a train wreck sets off a mysterious chain of events (involving some kind of monster, perhaps?) in the newest trailer for J.J. Abrams’ much-hyped Super 8. Then we’ve got plenty of burnt rubber in new spots for Cars 2 and Vin Diesel’s Fast Five, while a tragic car crash sends Robert Pattinson packing for the circus in the international trailer for Water for Elephants, co-starring Reese Witherspoon. So buckle your seatbelts and click onwards! READ FULL STORY
When animals attack… you get something a bit like this week’s trailers. First, Po gets himself into a second round of trouble in Kung Fu Panda 2. Then we’ve got a new look at Water for Elephants, featuring the biggest and most majestic of all creatures: Robert Pattinson. And finally, there’s another look at the Russell Brand comedy Arthur, in which Brand dresses up like a giant bear. Okay, so it’s a gummy bear, but these themes are tough, folks. Enjoy — and don’t forget to let us know which movie you’re wild about in the comments! READ FULL STORY
- Fox renews 'Mindy,' 'New Girl,' 2 more
- 'Honeymooners' star Sheila MacRae dies
- Scott Kalvert, video/film director, dies
- 'Mad Men' gets trippy new poster
- 'Sharknado 2' gets July premiere date
- 'Orphan Black' stream rights to Amazon
- Tony Goldwyn in TV movie as polygamist
- 'Archer' renewed for two more seasons