Posts Tagged ‘trailers’

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‘Jurassic Parks and Recreation’ Is the Chris Pratt Mash-Up You’ve Been Waiting For (VIDEO)

Chris Pratt has transformed himself from the affable Andy Dwyer on ” Parks and Recreation ” into a bona fide action star, thanks to high-profile turns in ” Guardians of the Galaxy ” and this summer’s upcoming “Jurassic World.” Now, one enterprising YouTuber has combined those elements into one awesome mash-up trailer . “Jurassic Parks and Recreation” offers audiences a chance to see Andy Dwyer transferred from Pawnee, Indiana to Isla Nublar, where he works for the recently-opened Jurassic World. Unfortunately for Andy, his laidback approach to life doesn’t really work well when there’s a dangerous hybrid dinosaur on the loose, leading to some awkward moments — and comedy gold. Check out the mash-up (which uses the “Jurassic World” trailer as a frame in which clips from “Parks and Recreation” are inserted) below, and try not to be too disappointed that the real movie probably won’t feature any of Andy’s hijinks

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Marvel Teases ‘Ant-Man’ With Ant-Sized & Human-Sized Trailers (VIDEO)

We won’t get a full teaser trailer for Marvel’s “Ant-Man” until Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean that the marketing folks at Marvel HQ aren’t going to have some fun with audiences first. The studio debuted a pair of mini teaser trailers for the flick this weekend in both ant- and human-sized form, with the former clip better suited for a small being’s eyes, and the latter a more normal YouTube-viewable format. When magnified to human-sized, the teaser really comes into focus, featuring short glimpses of Paul Rudd , Evangeline Lilly , and Michael Douglas all in action as their respective comic alter egos. Just how the trio all fit together remains to be seen, though we’re expecting a bit more intel from the full teaser, which is due to debut during “Agent Carter” on Tuesday. Check out the clips below, and tune in to ABC tomorrow night for a closer look.

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Marvel Teases ‘Ant-Man’ With Ant-Sized & Human-Sized Trailers (VIDEO)

We won’t get a full teaser trailer for Marvel’s “Ant-Man” until Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean that the marketing folks at Marvel HQ aren’t going to have some fun with audiences first. The studio debuted a pair of mini teaser trailers for the flick this weekend in both ant- and human-sized form, with the former clip better suited for a small being’s eyes, and the latter a more normal YouTube-viewable format. When magnified to human-sized, the teaser really comes into focus, featuring short glimpses of Paul Rudd , Evangeline Lilly , and Michael Douglas all in action as their respective comic alter egos. Just how the trio all fit together remains to be seen, though we’re expecting a bit more intel from the full teaser, which is due to debut during “Agent Carter” on Tuesday. Check out the clips below, and tune in to ABC tomorrow night for a closer look.

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Listen: Pharrell Resurrects N.E.R.D. For ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: Sponge Out of Water’

Once upon a time, Pharrell Williams would produce songs for some of hip hop’s biggest guns. These days, though, he seems to be writing new music exclusively for movies made for children. Last year he was responsible for the phenomenally ear-wormy “Happy,” and this year he’s been snuck into the Oscar race with a song for “Paddington.” Today, too, comes word that Williams has resurrected his arty pop rock band N.E.R.D. (who had minor hits with “Lapdance” and “Everybody Nose”) for the forthcoming “SpongeBob SquarePants: Sponge Out of Water.” And it’s pretty great (you can listen to it below via All Hip Hop ). Chad Hugo, Williams’ partner in The Neptunes and N.E.R.D., talked to Variety about the new material (they’re contributing two more songs: “Sandy Squirrel” and “Patrick Star”)

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New Red Band Trailer Celebrates ‘The Interview”s Success (VIDEO)

It may not have had a splashy theatrical release, but the record-shattering VOD success of “The Interview” has prompted Sony to release a new red band trailer for the flick, inviting audiences to check out the movie that has the entire world talking. While the clip features several scenes not viewed in previous trailers, the action may as well be referencing the controversy surrounding the film instead of the film itself. At one point, James Franco says in voiceover, “This is a major event”; later, he discusses the government’s involvement in his and Seth Rogen ‘s trip to North Korea . Both moments can be interpreted as nods to the alleged North Korean hackers threatening theaters that showed the film, and the U.S

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