After numerous delays and the threat of a Weinstein-supervised trim to appease fly-over state audiences in America, Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is finally primed to be released into American theaters in its original cut. To hype the film up (and ride on the coattails of star Chris Evans’ recent mega-hit Captain America: The Winter Soldier), The Weinsteins have smartly released a new red-band trailer, highlighting some of the picture’s nastier moments.
It’s more fun and dismemberment with Mexico’s most-feared ex-Federale, Machete in Machete Kills, the follow-up to the grindhouse-esque tribute film by Robert Rodriguez, which is in theaters on October 11. To get you warmed up for the film, a new red band trailer has just been posted to the internet, and IGN is bringing it you, via us.
So what wonders does it contain? Well, there’s some prime slices of ham courtesy of Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson for one, at least two kills by chopper blade, as well as some, uh, high-caliber gun work courtesy of Sofia Vergara.
But why take my word for it, roll the trailer below to take a look:
Machete Kills, starring Danny Trejo and veritable ton of the hottest women in Hollywood, is out on October 11th.
Kick-Ass 2, sequel to the 2010 adaptation of the ultra-violent comic series written by Mark Millar and drawn by John Romita Jr., comes to theatres August 16th, after surviving a delay in its release and Jim Carrey‘s baffling celebrity anti-gun protest.
If you’re as excited to experience the continued adventures of Kick-Ass, Hit Girl, and friends as I am, then take a look at the uncensored “Red-Band” featurette below. Coming to you via IGN–with all the blood, violence, testicular trauma, and naughty language intact:
So the trailer for the Evil Dead remake gave us some hope that the movie won’t be a total lost, but is this new poster for the film from Sony maybe raising the hype to near impossible levels? (more…)
It’s a pretty sad world when a movie called Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter seems more badass than the last five straight-up vampire movies that have been released, but there it is…
And here is the wicked new red band trailer for ALVH, which features lots of blood and mid-air decapitations. Also it features a pretty villainous sounding Rufus Sewell as Lincoln’s vampire nemesis. Take a look at the new trailer courtesy of IGN below:
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, adapted by Seth Grahame-Smith from his own novel and directed by Timur Bekmambetov and produced by Tim Burton, stars Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jimmi Simpson, Robin McLeavy, Alan Tudyk and Rufus Sewell. It will be in theaters on June 22, 2012.
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It’s a busy day for new trailers and amongst them, we’ve gotten our first look at Seth McFarlane’s feature directorial-debut, Ted. I believe there was some kind of preview at South By Southwest, but to the public at large, this is the first time we’ve seen any footage from this comedy about a man and his teddy.
The plot follows Mark Wahlberg’s John who meets the woman of his dreams (Mila Kunis), but his roommate Ted (voiced by McFarlane), a walking, talking teddy bear, keeps getting in the way of them taking their romance to the next level. It’s a Woody Allen movie, except with dick and fart jokes and a teddy bear that sounds like Peter Griffin .
Obviously, the trailer is red band for a reason, so watch at your own risk. But I will say that if the humor of Family Guy is in your ball park, then this is probably going to strike your fancy. Watch the link (through Funny or Die) to see for yourself.
I remember last year when Funny or Die posted a remade, live-action Captain Planet starring Don Cheadle, and how the site of the titular hero dropping the MF-bomb struck uncomfortably close to upsetting happy childhood memories. And then there was this…
Today, Funny or Die gives Rugrats a, shall we say, darker treatment. You know that when the trailer says straight-up that “Your childhood memories will be raped” that it will be 100 per cent certifiably bad ass. Time to duck and cover as Michael Angarano (The Forbidden Kingdom), Alia Shakwat (Arrested Development) and Mae Whitman (Her?) bring the Rugrats to horrifying life.
Be warned it is red band, and there will be blood.
Source: Geek Tyrant
Well, it was bound to happen. Seth Grahame-Smith‘s upcoming Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter has spawned the POTUS-Ass-Kicking-The-Supernatural genre. Wait, maybe it was the awesome paintings by Jason Heuser (SharpWriter on DeviantArt) featuring former leaders of the free world fighting tigers, grizzlies, bigfoot… regardless. Get ready for FDR: American Badass from Director Garrett Brawith and writer Ross Patterson.
“FDR rides a ‘wheelchair of death’ to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito.“
There is so much about World War Two that I never knew. I have to assume this is a factual docudrama about Americas war time president, since it stars Golden Globe winner Barry Bostwick in the title role.
Hit the jump for the NSFW red band (seriously, there are a lot of no-no words head so put some headphones on), Your move History Channel.
Craig Gillespie‘s remake of the 1985 cult classic, Fright Night opens this weekend. So of course, in good ‘ole promotional fashion the internet has been inundated with clips. Collected here for your viewing pleasure (or displeasure, I dunno, vampires might not be your thing) is a bunch of clips which have been released this week.
In this cavalcade of clips, available below the cut, you’ll see David Tennant as a vampire-slaying badass, Colin Farrel as the smarmy vamp in an awesome red band clip, as well as Toni Collete playing cool mom to Anton Yelchin.
He’s lean, mean and he’s no Arnold Schwarzenegger, but Jason Momoa IS the new Conan the Barbarian. Directed by Marcus Nispel, the latest feature from Lionsgate has released their Red-Band trailer for the sword swinging barbarian and it’s definitely something else. Sword play, violence and no one-liners, it’s almost like heaven, but with liquor and wenches. I for one an amped for this action fest, I think it looks true to the character. Other bastards here DO NOT think the same. Luke Gallagher thought it looked like “Conan got tossed in a blender with ‘The Mummy’ and Van Helsing’”. What do you think? Are you pumping your fist in the air, or do you hold the original Conan flick to such high regard that you cannot allow yourself to enjoy this?
Also starring Rachel Nichols, Stephen Lang, Rose McGowan, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ron Perlman, Leo Howard, Steve O’Donnell, Raad Rawi Fassir, Nonso Anozie, Bob Sapp and Milton Welsh.
The R-rated fantasy action film hits 3D and 2D theaters August 19th.
Via: Geek Tyrant