By Driadonna Roland
"That's right, baby! Gru's back in the game!" announces our favorite bad-guy-turned-big-hearted-foster-parent. You know what that means: more minions, more Steve Carrell and more dope music composed by Pharell Williams.
The full trailer for "Despicable Me 2" hit the web yesterday (Tuesday). Featuring the voices of Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig, the 2010 animated hit ended with the villain becoming a lot less despicable.
If you wondered where a sequel could possibly go, the trailer delivers our answer. Gru's been recruited by the Anti-Villain League to catch a new bad guy, and they're bringing out the big guns — Al Pacino. We'll all have to wait until July 3 to see how Gru, the girls, and yes, the minions, get out of this one.
Check out the new trailer and poster for "Despicable Me 2" after the jump!
For the past decade or so, primetime TV has been a place where you can see horrific acts of violence at 9/8 CT, yet none of the "CSI"s, "NCIS"s, or "SVU"s can hold a candle to the kind of blood-and-guts horrors on display in the first full-length trailer for Bryan Fuller's "Hannibal."
The project has drawn a great deal of interest from the very beginning for a number of reasons. Fuller has dealt mainly in cult-beloved series with short lifespans, and the monstrous character Hannibal Lecter has always drawn attention from the morbidly curious, anticipating their next bite.
Now a full-length trailer from NBC (via EW) has given the fans and internet comments another talking point. The preview does not pull many punches when depicting the bloody murders that Will Graham, played by Hugh Dancy, investigates.
Check out the trailer above, but be aware, it is very NSFW.
The "Scary Movie" franchise and the parody comedy genre in general have hit some hard times. With YouTube making instantaneous spoofs of current movies possible, the nine month gestation period of studio riffs makes them more or less irrelevant. That's why it's worth noting that for "Scary Movie 5," they're trying something different.
In the new trailer for the horror spoof, which stars Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, and Lindsay Lohan, movies like "Mama" and "Evil Dead" are getting poked fun at, in addition to all of the "Paranormal Activity" jokes that we saw in the first trailer.
"Mama" only came out in January, and "Evil Dead" isn't out until next month. Is what we're seeing an attempt from the "Scary Movie" camp to keep things up-to-date? We'll have to see when the movie hits theaters next month.
Check out the new trailer and poster for "Scary Movie 5" after the jump!
FROM MTV NEWS
"Kick-Ass" fans have waited nearly three years to travel back to the world of the titular hero and his foul-mouth, teenage partner Hit-Girl, and after the back and forth of "will they, won't they" questioning, MTV News has your exclusive NSFW first look at the sequel.
"Kick-Ass 2" picks up where the 2010 Matthew Vaughn movie left off. Aaron Taylor-Johnson is back as Kick-Ass, the normal guy hero that starts a revolution of masked vigilantes. Chloë Grace Moretz may not be as shockingly young as she was in the original, but she hasn't lost any of that Hit-Girl edge.
Joining them is Jim Carrey, who looks nearly unrecognizable as Colonel Stars and Stripes.
Check out the NSFW trailer for "Kick-Ass 2" above!
The latest teaser trailer for "Star Trek Into Darkness" should strike you as familiar since there are many, many references from popular culture, including "Tron" and what many people are calling "Star Wars" influences. (Side note: Wouldn't it be cool if J.J. Abrams directed a "Star Wars" movie? It could never happen though.)
Anyway, the trailer is way more action-heavy than what we've seen in the last few months and gives a lot more story than any other preview before it. Kirk, still acting recklessly, wants revenge on whomever is committing terrorists acts, and then he straps on a lightcycle helmet and jumps out of a spaceship.
Check out the latest trailer for "Star Trek Into Darkness," plus a sweet fan-made poster, after the jump!
Jaden Smith has taken on the mantle of a full-blown action star in the latest trailer for director M. Night Shymalan's newest film "After Earth." The young star will once again teaming up with dear old dad, Will, when "After Earth" hits theaters on June 7.
The sci-fi action movie tells the story of a father and a son, Cypher (Will) and Kitai Raige (Jaden), who crash land on Earth a millennia after the rest of humanity has evacuated it.
Check out the trailer after the jump!
It feels like such a long time ago when we first heard that "Avengers" mastermind and doer of the impossible Joss Whedon got his friends together during a break from the realm of Marvel comics to film a low-budget adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."
The film has since premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to rave reviews, and we are now just a few months away from getting to see the Whedonesque comedy for ourselves.
The first trailer for "Much Ado" just went online over at Yahoo! Movies, but you can check it out right after the jump!
The wolfpack's back, and they are about to make their triumphant return to Las Vegas.
The first trailer for Todd Phillips' conclusion to "The Hangover" trilogy appeared online today, and though it doesn't give too much of the plot away, we expect to see alcohol, drugs, buffoonery, and lots of Zach Galifianakis' beautiful beard, which is back with a vengeance.
Check out the full trailer after the jump, and stay with MTV News for all the updates on "The Hangover Part III"!
By now, you've probably (hopefully) seen the ultra-gross red band trailers for Fede Alvarez's reimagining of the Sam Raimi horror classic, "Evil Dead," but if you haven't let us quickly summarize: orange vomit, tree rape, limb removal with electric carving knife, orange vomit makeout, close-up on tongue splitting.
Good, now you're caught up. It helps to be familiar with the red band trailers that have come before so you can fully enjoy the latest TV spot for "Evil Dead," which is mostly made up of webcam reaction videos to those previews.
Watch the new TV spot for "Evil Dead" (via STYD) after the jump!
"The Conjuring," James Wan's follow-up to his popular and critically acclaimed "Insidious," was all set to become another throwaway, early year horror movie until a sizzle reel at New York Comic-Con drove the audience crazy. The ecstatic reaction prompted Warner Bros to push the film back to the more lucrative summer season, and now the first trailer gives us an idea why.
The trailer is unusual in that it focused on two sequences, closely tied together, instead of showing bits and pieces from the entire movie. The result is an unsettling slow burn that pays off with a great scare and you handing over your money to go see "The Conjuring."
Check out the full trailer and a plot synopsis after the jump!