"His greatest battle begins." That's the tagline for the sequel to the Andrew Garfield-led Amazing Spider-Man 2, and judging by the trailer, it's an apt qualifier of what to expect. Peter Parker has not one, not two, but THREE villains to deal with in the sequel, not to mention a slew of other life-threatening dangers. His life is a year-round Hunger Games. Just look at all the threats Spidey has to face in just under two-and-a-half minutes in the first preview.There's gravity:Flying police...Read Full Story
(Getty | Warner Bros. | Transmission Films)Like anything else in the movie industry, trailers follow trends. Take the Inception "BRAHHMMMS." Nearly every major action movie that followed couldn't resist delivering a trailer with those baritone horns designed to signal something too epic for regular music. So, in a lot of ways, crafting a trailer has become more science than art, and that's not always a bad thing. The latest move in test-tube trailers is to exploit the audience's emotions (and...Read Full Story
(Day 28 Films) Vanessa Hudgens moves further from her squeaky clean persona in Gimme Shelter, an emotional story about a pregnant, homeless teenager named Apple on the run from her abusive mother (Rosario Dawson). After she's turned away from her rich Wall Street father (played by Brendan Fraser), she eventually finds help and hope for a better future at a homeless shelter for teens. In the first trailer for the film (which you can watch at the end of the article), the plot, which is based on...Read Full Story
(Twitter)Lana Del Rey has released the full trailer for her upcoming short film Tropico just weeks after unveiling the Instagram-hued teaser, which featured the pop star praying to a dreamy, gun-totting cowboy. In the one-minute clip, Del Rey plays Eve in the "biblical story of sin and redemption." It starts off with actor/model Shaun Ross reassuring the singer, “You know it’s not gonna always be this way, right?" Watching the seedy, violent images that follow, we beg to differ.
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(Paramount Pictures | Open Road Films) The trailer for Justin Bieber's second 3D film Believe has officially dropped just in time for the holidays. The new documentary will follow the 19-year-old singer on the road and on stage much like his first tell-all film Never Say Never, which was released in February 2011. Unlike the first documentary, which featured a 15-year-old version of the Biebs, the second will apparently be better than the first — or so promises manager Scooter Braun. We can...Read Full Story