Oh my god, Twin Peaks is truly in the works, and this new production trailer from its future home Showtime gives us a little (very little) teaser peek into what will eventually, hopefully, be Twin Peaks but scarier, more vulgar, and more explicit thanks to the god-given invention that is cable tee vee, baby!
“I know they say you can’t go home again,” sings the lady in the saccharine new trailer for Fuller House, the Netflix sequel to the ‘90s sitcom Full House. But you can! You can!, the footage cries as it leads you through the empty-yet-familiar rooms of the Tanner’s San Francisco home. “Life is full again,” Netflix…
Here’s your first taste of footage from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Harry Potter prequel that follows Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), expert on magical animals and monsters (and writer of textbooks assigned to Hogwarts students), on his mishap-stricken adventure through New York City’s underground…
The film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG—one of the greatest children’s books of all time—is headed for the big screen in 2016. The first official trailer takes a dark approach, showing young heroine Sophie creeping around her orphanage at the witching hour and being snatched from her bed by the hand of a (big)…
After countless production and distribution disasters, Jane Got a Gun, the Natalie Portman-starring western about a woman who teams up with a former boyfriend to save her husband from violent outlaws, is set for a 2016 release: the latest official trailer can be seen above.
Deep in the heart of Dollywood, located deep in the heart of Tennessee, you’ll find a replica of Dolly Parton’s childhood home. Beside it, encased in glass, is the coat her mother made for her out of rags when she was a little girl. Parton, who grew up “dirt poor” in the Smoky Mountains, turned the story of that coat…
Apparently Melissa McCarthy’s next movie is Troop Beverly Hills but if Phyllis Nefler were a disgraced, post-prison lifestyle tycoon attempting a comeback on the backs of a bunch of Brownies (while teaching them some real-world skills).
Jennifer Lopez is starring in new police drama for NBC called Shades of Blue. That itself is weird enough without NBC deciding to release a trailer showing two cops covering up the shooting of an unarmed black man.
“There’s a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or to stand up,” Malala Yousafzai says in the trailer for He Named Me Malala, the upcoming documentary about her life. The Pakistani activist turned 18 just last month, but already counts a Nobel Peace Prize among her accomplishments.
HBO’s upcoming series Westworld has the potential to be one of the most mind-blowing shows on television, and the newly-released trailer does nothing to hedge my probably too-high hopes.
Surprise, surprise! David O. Russell has once again cast 24-year-old Jennifer Lawrence as a middle-aged mom!
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey came on The Tonight Show last night to premiere the trailer for their upcoming movie, Sisters, and their newly matching hair color.
Comic-Con can be a total clusterfuck, but it also bears gifts, like this full-size trailer for Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The footage opens up with a flashback from the battle at the end of Man of Steel where people are panicking as buildings collapse in Metropolis. Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) sees this all…
Everybody pull out your gournals and mark July 31st, because from the looks of this trailer, you’re going to need to watch all 8 episodes of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp right away.
Before we start, I’d just like to say the trailer you’re about to watch sucks dick. But nevertheless, please, welcome it.
Remember Batkid? The leukemia patient who made the entire world cry oceans of tears and let out deafening awwwwws after his Make-a-Wish project turned San Francisco into Gotham for a day? His story was turned into a documentary called Batkid Begins, and its trailer has just been released.
HBO has released a full trailer for their upcoming Bessie Smith biopic, Bessie, starring Queen Latifah as the Empress of Blues. Co-starring alongside Latifah are Mo’Nique as Ma Rainey and Michael Kenneth Williams as Smith’s husband, Jack Gee.
You probably won't be surprised to learn that Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig make absolutely terrible bank robbers.
The trailer for Paper Towns is here, bringing with it Cara Delevingne's first major role in a motion picture (and her surprisingly good American accent). The premise is familiar manic-pixie-dream-girl territory, with Delevingne's character—whose hilariously unlikely name is Margo Roth Spiegelman—raining sparks of…
At today's Apple Live event, which is, as far as I can tell, just a bunch of people getting unnecessarily amped up over a watch, something surprisingly relevant to me happened: HBO debuted a new trailer for season 5 of Game of Thrones.