Last night's Video Music Awards may have been all about the music for the most part, but "Twilight" fans got a little something for themselves, when a few of the cast members presented the final trailer for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
The finale looks like it will be an epic one. As fans know, the ending has been beefed up a bit with some extra vampire-versus-vampire action, and we see plenty of that in this final trailer.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" hits theaters on November 16.
What was your favorite part of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
"Cloud Atlas" wowed audiences with its first preview, an extra long trailer that took its time introducing the six, interconnected stories. Now a new theatrical trailer boils that down and focuses on the theme that will run throughout the movie.
The topic was partially covered in the recent New Yorker profile on the Wachowskis (which is definitely worth a read). As you've probably heard, the actors in "Cloud Atlas" will play different characters throughout the separate stories, each having some tenuous, and maybe spiritual, connection to the rest of the film.
The whole thing looks stunning, so you should definitely take a look at the full theatrical trailer after the jump!
Some people would say that starting your day with a trailer that attempts to destroy any fond memories you have for a holiday classic is the only way.
Luckily for you, there is this new trailer for "A Christmas Story 2," a continuation of the adventures of Ralphie, which just reeks of a poorly thought out cash-in.
You can watch in sadness after the jump.
Marion Cotillard introduced herself to the world in perhaps the grandest way possible, an Academy Award win for Best Actress with "La vie en rose." Her next big role, the festival circuit regular "Rust and Bone," now seems poised to get her back to Oscar Night.
The film, which is directed by Jacques Audiard of "A Prophet" fame, tells the story of two broken individuals, who find comfort in each other and an unlikely relationship. Both Cotillard's performance and that of her costar, breakout-in-waiting Matthias Schoenaerts, have already earned heaps of praise, but as "Rust and Bone" heads to Toronto, the talk has now turned to Oscar potential.
Check out the trailer and a synopsis after the jump!
It all begins in the North of France. Ali suddenly finds himself with a five-year-old child on his hands. Sam is his son, but he hardly knows him. Homeless, penniless and friendless, Ali takes refuge with his sister in Antibes where things improve immediately. She puts them up in her garage and takes the child under her wing. Ali first runs into Stephanie during a night club brawl. He is poor, she is beautiful and self-assured. She trains killer whales at Marineland. When a performance ends in tragedy, a call in the night again brings them together.
What did you think of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below and on Twitter!
Did you ever notice how it's really fun and cool when Liam Neeson tells a terrorist or slaver that he's going to find them and kill them, but when he tells you that he'll do the same, it's not that awesome anymore?
The latest trailer for "Taken 2," the follow-up to Neeson's surprise hit, does that even before it starts, and we kind of respect it for that.
Check out the new trailer after the jump!
Well, it may be nearly a year late, but "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" will be hitting theaters this coming January, and now there is a trailer, letting us all know what kind of witch slaying is in store for us.
The revisionist fairytale stars Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the titular brother-sister duo. As Renner's narration explains, after their first famous run-in with a witch, Hansel and Gretel couldn't kick the habit and went into the hunting business.
Check out the first trailer after the jump!
With Fall Movie Preview Week winding to a close, we'd like to introduce you to one of the quirkier movies on our list: "This Must Be The Place."
The Sean Penn film first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011, but is only now getting a wide release thanks to The Weinstein Company. And, yes, that is Penn that you see in the above exclusive image we have from the film. He plays an aging rocker named Cheyenne who, after his estranged father passes away, goes on a journey to fulfill his dad's lifelong dream: to find the Nazi who tormented him during the Holocaust. As you can likely expect, this is a side of Penn that we've never seen before.
In the words of Colin Farrell, the new red band trailer for "Seven Psychopaths" is "f--king great."
We've been anxiously awaiting director Martin McDonagh's follow-up to his 2008 debut feature "In Bruges" seemingly since it was announced, and everything new we find out about it further cements that interest. This latest trailer teases everything we'd hoped would be in "Seven Psychopaths": fantastic writing, great comedic elements, chemistry between the cast and a whole lot of Colin Farrell. Check the trailer out after the jump.
Shia LaBeouf continues his recent trend of working with some well-respected directors, adding Robert Redford to the list with "The Company You Keep," which is premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival.
In the film, LaBeouf takes on the Redford-esque role of an investigative journalist, who tracks down the remaining member of a 1970s domestic terrorist cell (Redford).
Click past the jump to check out the trailer (via The Playlist) and a plot description.
If there's anything we've learned from the new international trailer for "Django Unchained," it's that Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx are quite handy with guns.
The new minute-long teaser for Quentin Tarantino's latest is the most entertaining look at the flick that we've had to date. Instead of focusing on the plot -- which, like most Tarantino movies, gets a bit dark -- this trailer shows off the playful side of "Django Unchained." We always knew we would have a fun time watching the movie, but it seems as though the characters involved will be in for some exciting times as well.