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!
The trailer for "Zero Dark Thirty" isn't the only new preview that has made us reconsider our positions on a movie today. A vastly superior second trailer for "Gangster Squad" made its way online yesterday, upping the amount of gunplay and Emma Stone-Ryan Gosling interactions, our two main concerns.
The other notable difference in this trailer is the teasing of the new ending, which was filmed during reshoots after the Aurora, Colorado tragedy came eerily close to mirroring the original ending of "Gangster Squad."
It looks like the new conclusion will take the team of black ops cops to L.A.'s Chinatown, the home of many classic noir tales.
Up until this point, Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" has seemed more like an inevitability than a coming attraction. Someone was bound to make an Osama Bin Laden movie, and we just so happen to be lucky enough to get Bigelow behind it.
Great, but we all know what happened. We've read the stories about that night in Abbottabad and what did or did not officially happen. Could Bigelow, even if she was responsible for "The Hurt Locker," spin a story that we not only already know but one that we just heard into a compelling film?
If the newest trailer for "Zero Dark Thirty" is any indication, we might want to reconsider our stance, because it looks incredible.
Over on MTV News, we spent the morning unpacking the new "Django Unchained" poster, because, quite frankly, we can't get enough of it.
For the second domestic preview, Quentin Tarantino had our curiosity, and then he upped the spaghetti western. Now he has our attention. The trailer showed segments from Broomhilda's story, as well as, Django's climactic gun fight.
We've broken down the trailer to our most talked-about moments, so take a look after the jump!
One of awards season's late entries, "Hitchcock," finally released its first trailer, and fans of the master should be pleased.
In the film, Sir Anthony Hopkins does a spot-on impersonation of Alfred Hitchcock as he struggles to get "Psycho," one of his greatest films, made. "Hitchcock" also stars Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, and Toni Collette.
Watch the first trailer for "Hitchcock" after the jump!
While we're not entirely sure what we just watched, we've been led to believe it is a teaser for "The Canyons," the Lindsay Lohan film from director Paul Schrader and writer Bret Easton Ellis.
The preview adopted the style of a 70s grindhouse movie, which is supposedly the first of three styles the filmmakers will adapt for teasers. They also plan on modeling one on a "50s melodrama" and a "30s comedy," so while you shouldn't expect "The Canyons" to look like a 70s thriller the entire time, it's still probably going to look like a porno.
Watch the full teaser after the jump!
By Ryan Gowland
"There are some wars you fight and there are some wars you walk away from - this is the fighting kind." Such as the ominous words spoken by Russell Crowe in the opening seconds of the first trailer for the upcoming thriller "Broken City."
Directed by Allen Hughes (who has directed "Book of Eli" and "Menace II Society" with his twin brother Albert but is going solo this time), "Broken City" follows ex-cop Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg), who seeks redemption after being double-crossed and framed by the city's mayor (Crowe). Initially asked to find the man sleeping with the Mayor's wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones), but uncovers a much more sinister truth.
By Colin Greten
The country was in a political mood yesterday, as many tuned in to watch the much anticipated first debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. While, everyone watched the two discuss their policies, Disney released a new TV spot for Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," which premieres November 9, a little over a week after Election Day.
The spot was aired on CBS, ABC, and CNN and was perfectly planned with everyone's mind on the Presidency. While, we are not in a war amongst ourselves, there is still great turmoil in this country and Americans are looking for the candidate to lead us out of it.
What happens when a video game villain doesn't want to be the bad guy anymore? That's the story that Disney's new animated feature "Wreck-It Ralph" explores, hopefully to good results.
The studio has released an international trailer for the movie that shows us more of the video game worlds that are visited in the flick. Like the familiar characters we're going to see in "Wreck-It Ralph," we hope the film journeys to places we recognize like Hyrule and the Mushroom Kingdom. We couldn't help but see some "Mario Kart" in Vanellope von Schweetz's little racing sequence.