The first trailer for Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange kept things pretty small. But at Comic-Con, the second trailer has been revealed, and it actually shows some of the magic the film contains—both literal and figurative—as well as the potential impact Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) could have on the Marvel…
This movie may be too good to actually exist. Will Arnett’s gloriously self-absorbed Batman. Michael Cera is an amazing loony Boy Wonder. For the Penguin’s sake, Robin literally throws his tights in Batman’s face. Everything about this Lego Batman Movie trailer is, as they say, awesome.
Comic-Con just summoned the latest trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, showing New York City under siege by mysterious forced (one might even call them... fantastic). If nothing else, this movie absolutely does not skimp on the Beasts.
Comic-Con audiences were the first to see the latest vision of the Eighth Wonder of the World. Kong: Skull Island won’t open until March 17 of next year, but you can see the first trailer now.
DC’s next film opens in just a few weeks, but the cast showed up in Hall H at Comic-Con to debut this final look at the supervillain team-up film Suicide Squad. Weirdly, it’s a much more in-depth look at the squad than we’ve seen before.
She’s finally here. After years of false starts, a live-action Wonder Woman movie is coming next summer. Warner Bros. just revealed the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con to the uproarious excitement of the Hall H crowd, and it. is. perfect.
We’ve had oodles of perfect casting announcements, we’ve had some delectable teaser images, and now, it’s finally here: our first look at Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, brought to life.
I’m serious, This is a three-minute trailer doesn’t feature a second of new footage of any of the 11 characters that were last seen kneeling in from of Negan, waiting for him to choose which one of them he’s gonna kill. Instead, it has a ton of new stuff, including characters, locales and... yep, that’s definitely a…
Also? It’s fun. It’s a lot of fun. There’s definitely some silliness here—hell, Batman even smirks after drops a minor quip after kicking Mr. Freeze in the head—but anyone looking for some good, straight-up superhero-vs.-supervillain action should be pleased. with WB Animation’s newest DC offering.
The first trailer for the much-anticipated new Transformers cartoon has rolled out at Comic-Con, offering a first look at the Machinima-made series. The verdict: man the show can’t get here quick enough.
China still isn’t sure if it’ll release Ghostbusters, but the country’s filmgoers won’t be lacking for supernatural insanity if it doesn’t. Witness the trailer for fantasy epic League of Gods, touted as a riff on the X-Men though it’s actually inspired by ancient Chinese mythology. It’s a CGI smorgasbord, and it looks…
Whether or not J.A. Bayona’s new film A Monster Calls ends up being any good, we can say one thing for sure: it’s going to be beautiful. And, let’s be honest, if this trailer is any indication, it’ll probably be exceedingly good, too.
It is also the only really new thing in the whole trailer.
We here at io9 were fans of M.R. Carey’s apocalyptic novel The Girl With All the Gifts when it came out in 2014, but our review cagily avoided giving too much away about the plot. The UK trailer for Colm McCarthy’s film adaptation, however, doesn’t hold anything back. It’s zombies, guys. ZOMBIES.
I don’t think we’re supposed to be terrified of the latest Tim Burton movie, adapted from the book by Ransom Riggs. I just know that this weird cover of “New World” is paired with creepy kids and an even creepier Eva Green.
For anyone who missed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it’s coming home June 28 in a brand-new Ultimate Edition. As promised, it features an R-rated extended version of the film that runs 30 minutes longer and the first trailer for it is here, and its packed with unseen footage from the movie.
The idea of humans being dicks to the advanced technology we make isn’t exactly new, but it’s a story that at least looks to being used to particularly spooky effect in Morgan, the feature debut from director Luke Scott (son of Ridley Scott).
On Friday, we finally got another trailer for the next Star Trek movie. We still have no real idea what the plot is, but there was still plenty to piece together. So we went through the trailer frame by frame, so you wouldn’t have to.
Seriously, this trailer is huge—not just due to the scale of the latest alien invasion to befall planet Earth, but because this five-minute long trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence is jam-packed with new footage from the film.
There’s precious little in the first actual footage from Disney’s live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, but there’s a glimpse of Emma Watson as Belle and some mightily familiar sets and music.