Jon Favreau directed a partially live-action ad for Bungie's follow-up to the "Halo" series, "Destiny." It's really cool, and we haven't even mentioned the cameo from Giancarlo "Gus Fring" Esposito.
Also, lots and lots of "Return of the Jedi" stuff in today's Dailies!
Sometimes it takes an enormous drug deal to bring a family together.That's the premise of "We're The Millers," a new comedy starring Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston as the patriarch and matriarch of a fake family assembled to smuggle a large amount of marijuana back into the United States.
The first NSFW red band trailer for the "We're the Millers" just dropped, and it already looks like one of the more promising comedies scheduled to hit theaters this summer. Sudeikis and Aniston are likely looking to repeat their suggest from "Horrible Bosses," and the raunchy trailer looks like it should please audiences craving some R-rated fun.
Take a look at the full NSFW red band trailer after the jump!
A few months after it first tore things up at Sundance, the first trailer for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, "Don Jon" has debuted.
Also, get your first look at the Cannes performance everyone is talking about in today's Dailies!
A new book, "The Making of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" by J.W. Rinzler, is hitting shelves just in time for the 30th anniversary of "Episode VI," and in the lead-up to the book's release, the Huffington Post has posted a fascinating excerpt.
The passage comes from a transcript taken from a 1981 story meeting held by George Lucas, Lawrence Kasdan, director Richard Marquand and producer Howard Kazanjian. During the conversation, Lucas fills in the backstory of Darth Vader in order to help the rest of the team craft an appropriate ending for the fallen Jedi.
The last time Ryan Gosling and director Nicolas Winding Refn went to Cannes together, they brought "Drive," the movie that won the director's prize at the festival and found a avid fan base in the states—and one person who was expecting a "Fast and Furious" rip-off.
They returned this year with the similarly stylish and violent "Only God Forgives." The trailers and clips have had "Drive" fans eager to see what would come next from the star and director duo, but the early reviews out of Cannes aren't as kind as they were for their last effort. While, "Only God Forgives" certainly has its fans, this may not be the movie that "Drive" fans were hoping for.
Read what the critics are saying after the jump!
The unfortunate souls that didn't make it into Hall H for the big unveiling of Guillermo del Toro's monsters-versus-robots battle royale, "Pacific Rim," missed out on an explanation of a key detail that is sure to give the movie a lot of its emotional heft.
Trailers for "Pacific Rim" show two suited pilots at the controls of the skyscraper-tall jaegers that battle the invading kaiju, which caused some people to ask why there needed to be more than one and even some accusations of cheap plot devices. In reality, the two-person team exists because of the enormity of the machine they're controlling.
As a new featurette (via IGN) explains, the neural bridge made to pilot the jaeger reveals the entire content of one person's brain to the other, in order to completely synchronize the two. We see in some footage that early experiments with one pilot ended badly, thus the two-pilot system was born.
"Pacific Rim" opens in theaters on July 12.
The first US trailer for Edgar Wright's "The World's End" fills us in a little more on what to expect from the final installment in the Three Flavour Cornetto Trilogy, which also included "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz." And that is robots, apparently.
The new preview (via Yahoo! Movies) plays out like the several we've seen from the UK. A group of friends reunite after years apart to complete the 12-bar pub crawl that they couldn't finish in their younger years. The group is led by a greasy-looking Simon Pegg, and includes Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, and Eddy Marsan.
The biggest revelation from this new trailer is that it's robots that have taken over the gang's hometown. Earlier trailers have shown the invaders with light pouring from their eyes and mouths, but what at first looked like aliens are identified as robots in the US trailer.
Take a look at the first US trailer for "The World's End" after the jump!
"The World's End" opens in theaters on August 23.
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With the premiere of "Part III" in theaters tomorrow, the epic saga of "The Hangover" will come to a close. The comedy franchise launched the careers of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis and countless in-jokes about Wolfpacks and questions about why they're called ruffies.
The "Hangover" movies have also inspired their fair share of spoof videos, including this latest one from the folks over at Next Movie. What would happen if a group of toddlers had one wild night and did whatever they wanted? The answer is pretty adorable.
Check out the video above!
"The Hangover Part III" opens in theaters tomorrow, May 23.
The new trailer for Disney's "The Lone Ranger" packs in even more CGI action than the previous previews. How is everyone feeling about this one? Is it a new "Pirates" or are we looking at "John Carter 2"?
Also, can you find the hidden Tobias Funke in today's Dailies?!
The entire gaming community was anticipating today's big announcement from Microsoft, which unveiled its new Xbox One gaming console, but the project that has everyone talking was one that no one saw coming.
As a part of their big presentation, Microsoft announced a "Halo" television series that will be produced by Steven Spielberg. The sci-fi action franchise has seemed poised for live-action adaptation since it first hit shelves in 2001, but this is the first time fans will get to see the Spartans outside of a few well-produced ads.
Learn more after the jump!