Remember back when you were younger, and you could just rip off a restaurant to finance you spring break trip? Those were simpler times.
Oh, you never did that? We must have been thinking of the first trailer from "Spring Breakers," the tripped out party-and-crime-fest starring Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, and James Franco.
MTV News debuted the trailer for the Harmony Korine movie, which tells the story of four college students who find themselves in trouble when they align with a cornrowed criminal named Alien (Franco).
Check out the exclusive trailer above, and you can also catch it tonight on MTV.
FROM MTV NEWS
It's never too early for a little spring break, and this Thursday, you're going to go on one hell of a trip. That's when MTV News will be exclusively premiering the trailer for "Spring Breakers," the festival hit staring Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, and James Franco.
This Thursday at 7 a.m. ET, the very first trailer for "Spring Breakers" will debut exclusively on MTV.com. Later that day, the preview will make its way to primetime for its broadcast premiere on MTV.
See what the cast had to say about the movie after the jump!
When you call a movie the "last" or the "final" of something, you'd expect there to be nothing after it, yet we live in a world with 20 "Final Fantasy" games. (This frightening trend was hilariously brought to light by Vulture yesterday.) Well, you can now add "The Last Exorcism: Part II" to the list.
The shockingly limber Ashley Bell is back once again to get possessed by a demon for the final time. Gone is the documentary film footage, replaced by good old-fashioned movie cameras, and this time, Nell Sweetzer, Bell's character from the first film, is hiding out in New Orleans—a city with no connection to the supernatural—to hopefully escape her past.
Find out how that's working out for her after the jump!
By Hannah Soo Park
We hope you're not suffering from Guillermo del Toro fatigue yet (like that's even possible), because we're about to dish out a serious helping of "Pacific Rim" awesomeness.
After letting slip a few, you know, major statements regarding "Star Wars: Episode 7" and "At The Mountains of Madness" while doing press for his upcoming film, "Mama," the director finished Monday off by treating fans to a brand new trailer (via io9) for his monsters-versus-robots flick at the International Consumer Electrics Show in Las Vegas. If you're easily worn by back-to-back trailers, trust us—this one isn't just another carbon copy of the first preview.
For Arnold Schwarzenegger to outright declare that he's officially "back," there are a few things that we need to see before we believe anything.
In his heyday, Schwarzenegger made the bloodiest, funniest, and most insane action movies readily available on cable. If the Terminator is truly back, we'd expect at least a little blood and R-rated violence from "The Last Stand," his supposed big return.
That's why we were pleased to see that Yahoo! Movies has dropped a short NSFW trailer that has more of the Arnie we're used to.
Check out the red band trailer after the jump!
FROM MTV NEWS
The latest trailer for "Evil Dead" brings us back to one of the most basic of human instincts. If something is super gross, we're going to keep looking, and it's going to be awesome.
That's the feeling we're left with after the new preview for the Sam Raimi-produced return to the cabin in the woods. Good lord is it gross, but eff you if you think we're not going to finish it.
Check out the trailer after the jump!
By Hannah Soo Park
Sorry haters, but putting a violent spin on sugar-sweet fairytales is one trend Hollywood isn't letting go of anytime soon.
The live-action reboot concept made a splash again last summer with "Snow White and the Huntsman," and kicking off this year's list of anticipated childhood-favorites-turned-badass-action-movies is "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters," which just debuted a new red band trailer on Collider. So brace yourself for plenty of ridiculous blood, gore and sex—all of which aren't suitable for work, obviously.
Check out the new NSFW trailer after the jump!
As far as movies are concerned, the transition from December to January is the equivalent of looking down that beautiful river you're tubing and seeing a 100-foot waterfall. We've been enjoying the fun-in-the-sun times of awards season, but soon the landscape will change... drastically.
To find out what the first four weeks of 2013 hold in store for you, we've rounded up the trailer for each major release, so that you can make the best of the wintry month and maybe even have some fun at the movies.
Check them out after the jump!
Remember all of that controversy last year surrounding the choice of People's Sexiest Man Alive? The title went to (then) surprisingly inactive Bradley Cooper, who was between movies and generally not as universally loved as the cover model usually is, instead of the obvious choice Ryan Gosling.
The public unrest over the snub was enough to cause some minor picketing outside of the Time Inc. building in New York City, but finally, the world may have the rematch they're hoping for.
Derek Cianfrance is following up his indie drama "Blue Valentine" with the generational crime drama "The Place Beyond the Pines," which stars Gosling as a bank robbing stunt bike rider and Cooper as the cop chasing after him.
Yahoo! Movies just dropped the first trailer for the TIFF hit, so check it out after the jump!
by Hannah Soo Park
Forget "World War Z" and the slew of other stylish zombie-ridden films slated for next year, because Seth Rogen and company are busting out with their own post-apocalyptic adventure, and this one promises what the others don't — tons of laughs and really random celebrity cameos.
For their directorial debut, "This is the End," Rogen and Evan Goldberg — both of whom have had a hand in writing and/or producing a string of cult comedies, including "Superbad" and "Pineapple Express" — rounded up a few friends (of the funny, famous, actor variety, of course) to capture their would-be struggle for survival during the end of all days.
Check out a red-band first look at "This is the End" below! (Warning: not safe for work.)