Never let it be said that MTV doesn't properly service our "Twilight"-loving audience (for the record, I don't think anyone actually says that). You've watched the trailer, you've pored over the photos and now, our "Twilight" pros have a little fun with today's first look at "Eclipse" in an all-new edition of Freeze Frame!
Many of us woke up this morning to the sight of an exciting new trailer, for Louis Leterrier's remake of "Clash of the Titans." Other than a footage-lite set visit, we really haven't seen anything from the actual movie until now. And it's looking pretty sweet, as you saw in the trailer this morning. This latest edition of Freeze Frame doesn't make it look any sweeter, but it does get a whole lot funnier. Enjoy.
The latest trailer for "The Wolfman" hit last week. Personally, I'm much more excited for the Benicio del Toro-starring remake of the 1941 creature feature now. Where the previous trailer fell short in delivering man-dog action, this one brings the bared teeth and then some. And since there's nothing funnier than a man turning into a flesh-eating dog (seriously... nothing funnier), the trailer was practically screaming -- or perhaps HOWLING -- for a Freeze Frame treatment.
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The teaser trailer for Chris Nolan's "Inception" is excellent for a lot of reasons. It looks cool as hell for starters. There's also the fact that this is exactly what a teaser should be. Lots of tantalizing imagery, no secrets revealed. Love it. More than a few directors could stand to take a page from this particular lesson.
After watching the trailer again... and again and again and again and again, the MTV production wizards whipped up a Freeze Frame edition of the "Inception" tease for your viewing pleasure. So view and be pleased already. You'll also find the vanilla teaser after the break.
There's a little bit of re-branding going on here at MTV. Remember last night, when I posted the "New Moon" trailer image gallery? "Freeze Frame," as it was once called, will be something else the next time we do one. Now, "Freeze Frame" refers to our remixed, commentary-ridden trailers, like you saw last week in the 14 second tease. And since you enjoyed that one so much, we've done a Freeze Frame for the full trailer as well.