To be honest, the Hangover sequel was so bad that we have been intentionally avoiding watching The Hangover Part III trailer. However, recently we saw it, and have to say – it looks pretty hilarious. Granted, half of the funniest parts are probably in the trailer, but it looks like the final installment may live up to the beloved original. Hits theaters May 24th.
If you’re a big superhero fan, odds are you’ve watched this trailer 10 times since it was released last week – but for our average movie-going readers, we wanted to share the latest Man of Steel trailer. We were pretty pumped to see the film already, but this preview will certainly further motivate us to hit theaters when it comes out June 14th.
If you were a fan of Drive, director Nicolas Winding Refn is teaming up with Ryan Gosling again in the upcoming film Only God Forgives. Set in the criminal underworld of Bangkok, Gosling stars as Julien, a thriving drug smuggler who is out to kill those responsible for his brother’s death. Also starring Kristin Scott Thomas, the film is set to hit US theaters on July 19th.
We’re still a bit partial to the Kill Bill series when it comes to Tarantino films, but there’s no question that Django Unchained was absolutely awesome. Relive all the witty dialogue and shocking violence that was brilliantly portrayed by Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Samuel L. Jackson with your copy on Blu-ray/DVD. It also stars the beautiful Kerry Washington, which is also a plus.
While we’re not sure there was a need to break The Hobbit into three different movies, we are
still big fans of Tolkien’s writing and the films Peter Jackson produces. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Blu-ray releases tomorrow and will allow you to watch all of the dragon-chasing, wizard-spelling, orc-fighting action in hi-def.
When we hear the name Matthew McConaughey, we tend to think of him being shirtless in a cheesy romantic comedy, but it looks like Mud will change our perception. Also starring Reese Witherspoon and Michael Shannon (who we can’t wait to see in The Iceman) the trailer for Mud looks awesome, and we look forward to seeing what appears to be a stellar drama. Hitting US theaters April 16.
Skyfall was definitely one of the best Bond films to date (there have been 23) and if you’re going to watch Daniel Craig duke it out with Javier Bardem, you’ll want to do it in hi-def on Blu-ray. On top of being well acted and cinematic, this 007 film stands out as it trades exploding pens for a more elusive and mysterious villain. The Blu-ray version ships Feb 12 and also includes DVD format and digital download, so get your copy now. Haven’t seen it and not convinced? Watch the trailer.
Directed by Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine), The Place Beyond The Pines stars Ryan Gosling as a motorcycle stunt rider turned bank robber and the trailer definitely caught our attention. The film also stars Ray Liotta, Bradley Cooper, and the beautiful Eva Mendes. Due to hit US theaters March 29th.
There are plenty of cheesy crime movies out there but The Iceman, which is based on the true story of family man and contract killer Richard Kuklinski definitely looks intense and gritty. The cast is also very impressive including Michael Shannon, James Franco, Ray Liotta, Chris Evans and Winona Ryder to name a few. Check out the trailer, The Iceman is due to hit US theaters May 3rd.