At midnight Paramount posted the teaser trailer for 10 Cloverfield Lane, a film we didn't even know existed yesterday.
It seems Dinklage is trying to ruin his film career (or add to his daughter's college fund?) one game-related movie at a time.
It boasts an incredible ensemble cast with Brad Pitt, Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell, all look different (thanks to hair and makeup) and appear to be playing against type.
How many times can you show us a whale flying out of the water in a single trailer? I wonder if there are any scenes with Spermy we haven't seen yet.
It’s pretty much a graphic designer’s wet dream.
We really don't need another adaptation about the whole of Christ's life anytime soon, but I welcome attempts (as I do with other biopics) to look at a particular time in the subject's life.
The Final Girls feels like The Cabin in the Woods by way of The Purple Rose of Cairo.
Now that we're in the age of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Life of Pi, the bar for realistic animals has been raised. Disney, clearly, has spared no expense.
Cage appears to grow increasingly unhinged, which means the movie could possibly be a fun time, but if the rest is as shrill as the trailer looks it could be downright insufferable.
This is a gorgeous trailer and transports the viewer back to 1950s New York City recalling Haynes' own Far from Heaven remake.
Imagine Home Alone if the whole family was left behind and mix that with the supernatural terrors of Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.
Knock Knock suffers from the same thing that so many horror trailers fall prey to: going far and beyond the call of duty of selling us on the premise.
How the text is being adapted and represented is what the film ultimately has to offer and this trailer doesn't shy away from showing us a lot.
It looks gorgeous while dealing with the ugliest of topics and to be entirely honest, it gave me the chills.
This is a lovely, little trailer clocking in at just over 90 seconds, but in that time it does an exemplary job selling the unique plot, quirky humor, pretty photography and a robust cast.
The first trailer for The Danish Girl dropped this morning and... there goes the Oscars!
Not only is this a contender for one of the best trailers of the year, it's one of the creepiest I've ever seen.
I'm imagining a cross between the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movies and Van Helsing right about now.
I think Fox is killing it with their marketing of this movie and this trailer is no exception.
It's a dumb, fun teaser for a movie that will hopefully be just that.
I have watched this several times today and I think it has now become my most anticipated superhero movie.
I cannot wait to see this trailer on the big screen and can only imagine the atmosphere of seeing this in Hall H.
It's a serviceable preview for the target audience, but this not the Goosebumps I once knew.
This is a solid trailer and a lot of that power is owed to the elongated shots that act as our opening and closing images.
The “dad vs. step-dad” aspect is a fun premise, but wouldn’t it have been even better if they were in each others’ roles?
The deadpan comedy, kung-fu action and sense of adventure all appear to be intact for another outing in DreamWork’s successful series.
This teaser trailer does a commendable job at selling us this premise and providing us with all breeds of pets and all types of secret lives going on when mankind isn’t around to assume dominance.
All you need to sell a movie is one idea and this does it. Pixar has often been behind some of my favorite teaser trailers because they stick to that mantra so well.
The trailer unveils one of the film's brilliant and hilarious set-pieces, a toy train set, wherein Ant-Man and Yellowjacket duke it out while having to dodge Thomas the Engine.
Check out Guest Writer Zack Edison's list of the best trailers of last year.