2015 is going to be a huge, huge year for movies, so it's no surprise that 2014 saw the release of some pretty major trailers. Zefr, a YouTube data and marketing company, released a report charting the top 20 most popular trailers this year, and the number one spot is probably going to surprise you.
A new Mad Max: Fury Road trailer debuted today, and holy crap is it blowing my mind. I was going to write an analysis piece on it, but after watching it a couple dozen times, I'm realizing that nothing needs to be said about it. Instead, let's just take a moment to admire how freakin' insane these visuals are.
The first trailer for Terminator: Genisys is out today, and the story it sets up is even crazier than that title. We're talking a complete rewrite of the Terminator timeline, and some of the nuttiest time travel shenanigans this series has seen so far. There's a lot to dig into in this trailer, so without further ado, let's see what we can find.
This weekend, 30 theaters will debut the first footage from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The 88-second teaser will be featured in front of all of the movies playing at these theaters on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Now that Halloween is over with, expect your TV line-up to go full-on Christmas any day now. Instead of claymation elves and red-nosed reindeer though, Lifetime has chosen to go in a slightly different direction; one that involves a bit more grump,
Yesterday was a massive day for Marvel news, but we've got two more video clips this morning to finish things off. First up is the Infinity War teaser that Marvel showed at yesterday's press conference. Aside from Thanos and his new accessory, it has no new footage, but it is really cool.
The Age of Ultron trailer was supposed to debut during next week's episode of Agents of SHIELD, but instead, it leaked online earlier today. In response, Marvel reacted in the possible given a bad situation (for them that is), and uploaded an HD version to their YouTube channel.
A new trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings has arrived, highlighting why few can do historical epics quite like Ridley Scott. And in case you were wondering how much the biblical aspect will play into it, the trailer literally spends half of its runtime on the plagues; so a lot, basically. Burning bush confirmed.
The trailer for the next (and possibly last?) installment in the Taken series is here, and it's ditching the kidnapping angle of the first two. Instead, it skips straight to murder, placing Liam Neeson's character in the wrong place at the wrong time as he attempts to allude the law after being falsely accused of the crime?
Guardians of the Galaxy has already dominated the US box office, and in just a few days, it will be making its way overseas to Japan. A few of the TV spots promoting the film in that country have made their way online, and they are fantastic. How fantastic? Well one of them is entirely focused on Rocket Raccoon, and it uses footage of actual raccoons. Thank you Japan.
Gareth Edwards is now known as the guy who successfully revived the dying Godzilla movie series, but before that, he made Monsters, an ultra-low budget (well under $500,000 by most reports) sci-fi film that premiered in 2010.
It's been a really bumpy journey for Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, but it looks like we're finally going to see it (in 70mm no less) next year. And despite the fact that production isn't slated to begin until later this year, a teaser for the film has emerged online.
Nic Cage is so off-the-wall batshit crazy awesome, that not even the blandness of Hayden Christensen can slow this trailer down. In Outcast, Cage plays a world weary veteran of the crusades, who heads to China to show Anakin Skywalker a thing or two about swordfights.