For those of us on the East Coast, it’s a blizzard out there. (Or, at least, was.) So let’s live vicariously through the Soul Surfer trailer and pretend we’re in Hawaii, shall we? This week, EW exclusively brought you the trailer for the tropical film, starring AnnaSophia Robb as a teen surfer who gets attacked by a shark and Carrie Underwood as a youth group leader. Plus, the trailer for Peep World, Beginners, and some more dangerous/disgusting fun from the Jackass gang. Watch them below! READ FULL STORY »
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Something creepy this way comes: In this week’s trailers, Neve Campbell and Courtney Cox Scream again, Amanda Seyfried dons her Red Riding Hood, Ewan McGregor suffers a mysterious illness that makes anything but Perfect Sense, and a desert is terrorized by an inexplicably rage-filled Rubber tire. Click at your own risk!
Does Natalie Portman’s CGI bathing suit in Your Highness land on the naughty or the nice list? Or does it matter, since we all apparently checked it twice, anyway? The Danny McBride/James Franco comedy wasn’t the only trailer gracing the web-waves this week, though it was probably the most fun: READ FULL STORY »
The mercury is falling fast, but it’s already beach weather as far as these trailers are concerned. This week, we got our first real looks at summer blockbusters-to-be like Thor and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, plus spring standouts like Rango (featuring the voice of Johnny Depp) and Water for Elephants, starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson. Check them out below! READ FULL STORY »
If this week’s trailers were in a Jeopardy category together, it would have to be “Movies About Things That Aren’t Human”: You’ve got the giant robots in Hugh Jackman’s Real Steel, the aliens in I Am Number Four, the giants who are both robots and aliens in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the chatty birds in Rio, and Mel Gibson’s disturbing puppet in The Beaver, to name a few. Check them out, and then let us know which one you think will get the most actual human into theaters. READ FULL STORY »
Need a cheat sheet for the week’s best trailers? Here you go: We got our first look at Oscar winner Hallie Berry’s high-intensity turn as a woman with multiple personalities in the upcoming drama Frankie & Alice , plus a peek at the Easter Bunny movie Hop, and more. Check them all out after the jump! READ FULL STORY »
Okay, okay, Bear Grylls munching on giant rhino beetle larvae technically grosses me out more, but after seeing the latest Yogi Bear trailer in a crowded theater, I can confirm that I’m not the only one who gives an audible “Ewww” when that worm pops out of Yogi’s nose. Watch both below at your own risk. (And enjoy your lunch/dinner!) READ FULL STORY »
Two of this year’s award season darlings look like being the James Franco-starring 127 Hours and the Natalie Portman-starring Black Swan. As it happens, Franco and Portman will be seen together next spring in Your Highness, a movie that I don’t think it’s rude to suggest has little hope of currying a whole lot of favor with Oscar voters. Instead, judging by the new red band trailer you can find after the jump, the movie is firmly aimed at people who believe that watching the foul-mouthed offspring of Pineapple Express and Monty Python and the Holy Grail would be a splendid way of spending a couple of hours. Certainly, it features more things unsuitable for young eyes and ears than I could shake a pair of coconut halves at.
Take a look and tell us what you think.
Werewolves, forbidden love, Lukas Haas, oh my! Warner Bros. has released the trailer for Catherine Hardwicke’s Red Riding Hood, in which Amanda Seyfried plays the hooded — and quite stylish — object of desire in the supernatural love triangle. Based on this spot, Red Riding Hood will be visually stunning — the film is far more colorful than Hardwicke’s last supernatural love story, Twilight, and the cinematography certainly appears to capture the spirit of its fairy tale inspiration. (The architecture alone is otherworldly.) What I’m mostly curious about (besides why they seemed to bury the lead by not touting Leonardo DiCaprio’s producing credit): Will Red Riding Hood choose a more Hollywood-friendly ending, with Seyfried’s character overcoming the werewolf, or will the film swerve in a far darker, Charles Perrault-esque direction, with the hooded heroine becoming the prey? Or will they just have sex? Or did the trees do it? Who knows? It could be anything! Speculate, and check out the trailer, after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
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