Ever get the sense that every trailer you see is the same? At least the trailers for big budget, visual effects heavy Hollywood blockbusters? Well, the Auralnauts have put those tropes all together...into a trailer.
The finest Marvel heroes Netflix can muster gather for one final trailer before the show drops this Saturday. Also, Danny Rand is there.
HBO released a new Game Of Thrones trailer for Season 7, and fans around the world are asking themselves one question: “Where is the incest?”
Say what you want about the problematic casting, but Ghost in the Shell is going to look absolutely bananas.
Move over, Inception horns; there’s a new annoyingly ubiquitous sound effect getting spammed into every movie trailer. It’s <<<bwoooruuuummmmm>>>, a deep bass note that you’re probably hearing in your dreams now.
When the first trailer for The Mummy dropped a few weeks ago, it was, like most action movie trailers, a cacophony of sound and fury... but thanks to a delightful IMAX goof, now we sort of can imagine what it sounds like during filming, which it turns out is kind of silly.
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Disney isn’t pretending it’s telling an entirely different story with the new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast. We all loved the original animated version, so just give us more of the shame. But this side-by-side comparison of the new trailer, versus the animated original, reveals just how similar the two…
Discovering the first extraterrestrial lifeform in our solar system will probably be a wonderful thing. What happens next, according to next summer’s big science-fiction film, won’t be quite so wonderful.
During Wednesday night’s broadcast of the Mr. Robot season finale, viewers got their first peek at the upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell movie with five new teaser trailers.
I used to have a giant crush on Pierce Brosnan, back in his Thomas Crown Affair days. Now he’s starring in I.T., a movie about Big Scary Technology that looks both terrible and excellent at the same time.
The critics have not been kind to David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, which is unfortunate given what the cast and crew apparently had to deal with while filming. But even if the film itself is a mess, this Lego version of its first trailer, created by Forrest Whaley and Sean Willets, is an absolute delight.
Alex Gibney, the famed documentarian behind the the jaw-dropping film Going Clear that investigated the Church of Scientology, has a new movie that explores Stuxnet, a piece of Malware created by the United States and Israel to take down Iranian nuclear facilities. The director just sent Gizmodo his latest trailer.
At the end of Silicon Valley’s previous season, Richard was ousted as CEO of his company Pied Piper. The trailer for Season 3 shows him and his crew of lovable startup dweebs trying to get their baby back from a new CEO/nemesis, aka a “gray-haired fossil.”
These days, blockbuster movies print money with the same formula and it usually begins with a movie trailer that looks, sounds, and feels identical to the blockbuster movies that come before it. It’s no accident, studios are so careful in their marketing of big budget movies that they end up looking the exact same as…
You can forget your Steve Jobs movies. What if Hollywood were to make a feature-length study of someone really important — like the king of enterprise computing, Michael Dell?
Marvel is still pumping out some really good and really fun movies but there’s definitely a little fatigue when it comes to juggling all these superheroes to set up all these storylines to connect all these worlds. A movie like Avengers: Age of Ultron was absolutely, totally good! But it tries to do too much without…
We know the origin story for most of all our superheroes: parents die, a kid gets bit by a spider, other people get sent to Earth, some are just rich ass sociopaths. And we’ve seen superheroes before they get their powers when they’re Just Like Us but what we rarely see is what life is like through the perspective of…
Because what other movie would you watch today?
Video editor Ryan Shukis has re-edited a bunch of Disney movies to create the trailers that would market Disney animated films to grown-ups. His latest is The Lion King, which takes on a much more heartwarming tone than in the original trailer.