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GET HIM TO THE GREEK Trailer Premiere Starring Russell Brand

Russell Brand is underutilized, but he now will star alongside Jonah Hill in Get Him To The Greek. Below is a hilarious trailer for the film, which should spark interest for anyone that is a fan of the odd sensibilities of Brand or just degenerate comedy. Enjoy.

Releases June 4th, 2010. Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) is writing and directing.

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February 11, 2010 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , | 2 Comments

New ‘Alice in Wonderland’, ‘Clash of the Titans’ Trailers Released

Trailers seem to come in waves, and yesterday was no different. The day had started with the trailer for Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” while later in the day we were treated to a first look at “Iron Man 2”. Yesterday also saw the release of a brand new trailer for “Clash of the Titans”.

So, without further ado, below is the trailer for Alice in Wonderland courtesy of Collider is below and you can view the trailer for “Clash of the Titans”, starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, and Gemma Arterton here.

Wonderland releases on March 5, 2010 while Clash is expected to hit theaters on March 26, 2010.

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December 17, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , | Leave a comment

‘Iron Man 2’ Trailer Online Now

Robert Downey Jr. returns for more cool in 2010.

Waste no time. The first official trailer for the highly anticipated “Iron Man 2” is online at Apple right here.

Go Go Go Go Go.

Releases May 7, 2010.

December 16, 2009 Posted by | Breakin' News, Gotta' See Trailers | , | Leave a comment

Hilarious First Scene, Poster Of Cage In ‘Kick-Ass’

UGO has provided the first glimpse at Nicolas Cage in Matthew Vaughn’s upcoming “Kick-Ass” and it is great. Cage plays masked hero Big Daddy in the film, and he is attempting to train his daughter to fight thugs.

Also included is the first poster for Big Daddy in all his glory, and it is hilarious. If you haven’t heard by now, the film has gotten rave reviews from its first screening at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin over the weekend.

In fact, the film was so kick ass that it actually blew out a center speaker in the theater and the upcoming screenings had to be delayed to replace the speaker. Look for more hype for this film based on Mark Millar’s graphic novels as it approaches the April 16th release date. Video after the jump. Continue reading

December 14, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers, Interestin' News | , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotta’ See Trailers: Jeff Bridges In ‘Crazy Heart’

I expressed my admiration of Jeff Bridges recently and how I look to him as an actor that can elevate my interest level in a film. Well, along comes “Crazy Heart”, a film about a worn-down country music singer who hasn’t caught alot of breaks and it stars none other than Jeff Bridges as the endearing Bad Blake. Filling in the cast around Bridges are Maggie Gyllenhaal, Robert Duvall, and even Colin Ferrell. Scott Cooper will make his directorial debut while he also penned the script.

Fox Searchlight, who also brought us another worn-down, beat up aging man tale in last year’s “The Wrestler”, will distribute the film starting on December 11 to qualify for the Oscars this pic is likely to contend for.

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Thanks to Film School Rejects for the video.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotta See Trailers: Five Minute Episode From ‘A Town Called Panic’


First, let me say that the clip below is nothing new. In fact, it is over six years old. The creators, Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar, decided to take their film series “Panique au village” aka “A Town Called Panic” and make it into the film of the same name, “Panique au village”. I caught wind of it from the Fantastic Fest awards given out this year. In fact, every award given was to a non-mainstream film, so it is a great way to hear about some smaller films.

Anyways, onto the movie.  If you can’t tell already, this isn’t an English language TV series nor film. There are dubs, and the below clip is a dub, but because the animation appears to be a mixture of claymation and stopmotion, the dub shouldn’t matter too much. For the trailer, it is subtitled. I have heard that people prefer the original voices with subtitles, but I think it is great either way. So, lalalalalalalalalalala.

The show and film follow the adventures of Horse, Cowboy, and Indian. In the film, Cowboy and Indian forget that it is Horse’s birthday, so they rush to get him a present. Oh NO! Well, I’ll stop there, because really, it is better to watch. After the clip, I have a trailer for the actual film as well. The TV series can be found on atom.com. The film should at least hit video or a limited run of theaters on Dec. 16th in the US. Enjoy.

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Big shout out to Cinematical for making me aware of the film. I can’t wait to see it.

November 14, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers, Interestin' News | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotta’ See Trailers: ‘Franklyn’ Creates Film-Noir, Sci-Fi Collision

I won’t spend alot of time selling this film because the trailer looks very interesting. However, for those that need a little background, I will oblige you.

“Franklyn” marks the feature film directorial debut (I told you it was popular this year) of Gerald McMorrow and stars Ryan Phillippe, Eva Green and Sam Riley. The film takes place in present day London and a future city called Meanwhile City.

It’s the story of four lost souls, divided by two parallel worlds, on course for an explosive collision when a single bullet will decide all their fates.

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This film seems to attempt to aim high, and as it is a small indie film, I have to give it credit for doing so. So far, the consensus on Rotten Tomatoes (61%, 28 reviews) is, “Gerald McMorrow’s bold debut is a complex and ambitious film that highlights the director’s potential, but its multi-layered story takes time to develop and might be frustrating for some.”

The film made a stop at the Fangoria Trinity of Terrors earlier this month after seeing release in late February in the UK. Set for DVD release on Nov. 17, look for this film to garner more reviews, including my own.

November 13, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , | 2 Comments

Gotta’ See Trailers: ‘Clash Of The Titans’, ‘Kick-Ass’

First up is Louis Letterier’s “Clash of the Titans” remake of the 1981 classic starring Sam Worthington. Letterier previously directed “Unleashed”, “The Transporter 2” and “The Incredible Hulk”. Look for “Clash” to hit theaters on March 26, 2010.

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Also debuting today is the teaser trailer for “Kick-Ass”, which is based on a comic series of the same name by Mark Millar, best known for writing the graphic novels that inspired 2008’s “Wanted”. “Kick-Ass” is directed by Matthew Vaughn and has gotten rave early reviews with a planned release on April 16, 2010.

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I think both are too early to tell, but I love the humor in “Kick-Ass” already. We will likely see a full-length trailer instead of this teaser on Friday, so stay tuned for that. Clash, visually, has me very interested and the cast is great. Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, and Liam Neeson will work along with Sam Worthington, who seems to be starring in everything lately.

Source: FirstShowing.net and Yahoo

November 10, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotta’ See Trailers: Tom Ford’s ‘A Single Man’

Months ago I had heard alot of buzz for “A Single Man” but I didn’t know it. How? Because I thought the buzz was in reference to the brand new Coen bros. film “A Serious Man”. After having seen “A Serious Man”, which was darkly humorous and unafraid to ask tough questions, I was scratching my head when I kept hearing things about “A Single Man” recently. I kept asking, “Don’t you mean ‘A Serious Man’?”

Turns out, they weren’t mistaken and were talking about “A Single Man”, and below is the first trailer to the film that has garnered quite a reputation since its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. This is the directorial debut (something popular this year) of Tom Ford,who is a renowned American fashion designer who turned around Gucci after arriving at the company in 1994. Later, he left Gucci, created his own men’s clothing line, and now is trying his hand at film.

Colin Firth (“Bridget Jone’s Diary”) stars as a professor who has suddenly lost his significant other and struggles to find meaning in his daily life thereafter. Other headliners include Julianne Moore (you know her), Mathew Goode (“Watchmen”), and Ginnifer Goodwin (HBO’s Big Love and “He’s Just Not That Into You”). The film is based on a Christopher Isherwood novel of the same name and will see limited release Dec. 11.

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While the film is gathering Oscar buzz for Ford, Firth and Moore, I still don’t know what to make of it. There is no dialog in the trailer, obviously, and it seems to show off the gorgeous cinematography but there isn’t alot beyond that. I am certainly intrigued by the description of the book and the fact that the Weinstein company is behind it, so I will be keeping an eye on the film as it gets closer to release.

November 9, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotta’ See Trailers: ‘Up In The Air’, ‘Bronson’

20090908_upinair_560x329I know I have gushed about Jason Reitman’s upcoming drama “Up In The Air” in the past, but I truly feel that the film will be something special, just like his fantastic “Thank You For Smoking”. Now, we finally get a full on theatrical trailer. So, although Apple (who hordes trailers like no other) only gives me the ability to link you to their site to watch this fantastic trailer, I implore you to do so. Air will land in theaters on Dec. 4 in limited release before expanding to wide release on Dec. 25.

Meanwhile, there is a fantastic trailer for a foreign film called “Bronson”. Having already played overseas, the 2008 film tells the story of a prisoner named Michael Petersen, who, after being thrown in jail in 1974 for attempted robbery of a post office, has extended his stay from 7 years to 34 years. Much of that time, 30 to be exact, was actually spent in solitary confinement which gave birth to the alter ego ‘Charles Bronson’. This is an inside look at the mind of Bronson.

bronson_mSo far, the film has gathered quite a following online, and stands at 70% with 23 reviews. Some are calling it a putrid celebration of violence , while others have noted the commentary on celebrity culture while also likening it to Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange”. To make up for the lack of the embedded trailer for “Up In The Air”, I give you two trailers for “Bronson”.

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The second trailer is after the jump. Look for this film to have limited release in the US beginning Oct. 9 with Magnet distributing. I expect it to hit various VOD services around the same time. Continue reading

October 2, 2009 Posted by | Gotta' See Trailers | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment