By Colin Greten
The new international trailer for the upcoming sequel "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" has hit the internet, and despite some recycled footage from previous trailers this one packs a serious punch and even includes more of the original "G.I. Joe" star Channing Tatum.
The film was pushed back from its original release date last summer to a March 29, 2013 premiere, so it probably won't win any Academy Awards but this film sure looks like it will have plenty of guns, explosions and pure brawn, especially with the new additions to the cast.
Check out the new trailer after the jump!
No matter your initial thoughts or skepticism about "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters," the early promotion and teaser trailers have done a good job in selling the film's bottom line, which seems to be a blend of fantasy, action and a little camp thrown in for good measure.
Monday's premiere of the film's red band trailer further sells that point in emphasizing the fact that the heroic siblings we all know from the classic fairy tale have grown up to be relentless, kick-ass witch assassins. Take Jeremy Renner's voiceover as Hansel for instance, he starts things off by bragging about their chosen profession and then playfully throws it in the audience's face, "We kill witches. What do you do?"
There are a few problems with "A Good Day to Die Hard." The issues with the name go without saying, but the first trailer gave us the feeling that the idiocy of "Live Free or Die Hard" would creep its way into a fifth installment of the series. It was all shooting, explosions, and Jai Courtney's head, which in theory could be worn by another human as a helmet.
Now a second trailer for "A Good Day to Die Hard" is online over at Yahoo! Movies UK & Ireland, but here's the thing: it actually kind of looks like a "Die Hard" movie. We know, impossible, but it's true.
The preview offers a good amount of set-up, even a glimpse of John McClane's daughter, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead. It fleshes out the trailer beyond the "err.. Die Hard in Russia" vibe from the first.
Check it out and the new poster (via EW) after the jump!
A week and a half ago, Bruce Campbell, Jane Levy, and director Fede Alvarez presented a short, gruesome, R-rated trailer for their remake of Sam Raimi's classic "Evil Dead." While that footage wasn't available to the public, the cheers from NYCC could be heard on all corners of the web.
That footage is now available to gross you out as you watch through your barely covered eyes.
This "Evil Dead" is grisly, dark, modern and dead serious. The first trailer sets up the familiar story of friends going into the woods, finding the Necronomicon, and unleashing hell, but what we weren't expecting was the sure-to-be-talked-about moment at the end. (Yes, that thing with the tongue.)
Watch the very NSFW trailer after the jump!
If you've been watching the "Iron Man 3" trailer non-stop like we have, you probably noticed that there are some serious talking points in just the short teaser. There's the new suit, Ben Kingsley doing some weird voice for the Mandarin, and Tony Stark's rad house getting blown up.
With so much to talk about, MTV News' Josh Horowitz and MTV Splashpage's Josh Wigler took it upon themselves to do a trailer commentary, breaking down all of the juiciest parts of the preview.
Watch it all in the video above.
"Iron Man 3" opens on May 3.
The teaser for tomorrow's "Evil Dead" trailer promises us that this movie is going to scare the crap out of us. Well, consider us officially teased, because we're dying for this movie to show us what terror really means.
The video, released via the "Evil Dead" Facebook page, combines footage from the movie's panel at New York Comic-Con with scenes from the actual film. And while we don't get to see the money shot released last week, at least we do get a look at the Book of the Dead.
It has taken a few trailers to come to this conclusion, but we feel fairly confident saying that "Django Unchained" is going to be a violent movie.
Obviously, we have Exhibit A: Quentin Tarantino. There was ever little doubt that the master of genre mashup knows how to punch up his films with some gore, but "Django Unchained" had yet to show its more gruesome side.
That is until Exhibit B, a new international trailer (via The Playlist), show up online today. The preview takes a closer look at the massive shootout at the end of the film, something we've only just started to see in more recent trailers.
The "Silent Hill" video game series and the film adaptation have been known for their big, surreal horror images. The follow-up to that first movie, "Silent Hill: Revelation 3D," opens on October 26 in three terrifying dimensions, and from the looks of an exclusive 60-second trailer, it lives up to its very scary legacy.
"Silent Hill: Revelation 3D" tells the story of Heather Mason, a high school student, who when her father goes missing, must venture into the nightmare world that has terrorized her since she was a child.
Listen, we will always be game for a Tom Cruise flick, especially one where he has to act really tough and yet, talk about how he's not a hero, and in those areas, "Jack Reacher" is aces. Forget about the height thing for a second. The few previews we've seen have already provided serious discussion topics. "On second thought, I'd like to kill you" will obviously make the list of our favorite awesomely terrible lines of 2012. (Watch out, "I now consider you man and knife.")
But what we really can't get enough of is our first look at Werner Herzog as the main villain. He even has one dead eye. If you told us that there are people out there who aren't interested to see what the hell becomes of this inspired bit of casting, we'd call you a filthy liar.
The new theatrical trailer for "Jack Reacher" just debuted over at Yahoo! Movies and contains all of those special elements, plus Jai Courtney's enormous monster head.
Check out the full trailer after the jump!
The first teaser for Kimberly Pierce's "Carrie" starring Chloe Moretz debuted over at Yahoo! Movies today, and for a remake of a fairly modern classic, this movie has our attention.
The preview is straight forward but haunting. We begin hovering over Carrie White's town as the high school blazes below, presumably sometime after the infamous prom. A series of dialogue snippets entertain us as well move down to street level and see the full extent of Carrie's destruction.
We end squarely on a bloody Moretz and the feeling that we'll need to see this when it hits theaters on March 15.
Check out the trailer after the jump!