After a teaser premiered earlier this week, the filmmakers behind “Terminator: Genisys” have wasted no time in posting a full-length trailer for the flick. The clip seems tailor-made for diehard fans of the franchise, full of callbacks to moments from earlier movies in the series. Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) screams, “Come with me if you want to live!” Arnold Schwarzenegger delivers his iconic “I’ll be back” line. And the T-1000 is here (played by Byung-hun Lee in this version) to show off his silvery body and creepy red laser eye.
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Familiar faces and new characters collide in this clip from ” Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb ,” premiering today exclusively on Moviefone. The scene features Teddy Roosevelt ( Robin Williams ) and Larry ( Ben Stiller ) meeting Sir Lancelot ( Dan Stevens ) for the first time. After the trio make their initial introductions, Lancelot tells Larry he looks familiar — but not because he resembles a fellow knight of the Round Table. Rather, Larry reminds Lancelot of Camelot’s fool; the only thing he’s missing is the signature hat.
In 1948 Walt Disney invented the nature movie with his collection of feature films and short programs he dubbed “True Life Adventures.” These programs were revolutionary and essential, educational and entertaining. In short: nobody had ever seen anything like them. (It goes without saying that this breakthrough is, in the laundry list of Disney’s cultural and technological accomplishments, frequently overlooked.) Sixty years after the first “True Life Adventure” was unleashed on an unsuspecting world, Disney created Disneynature, a shingle used to produce new nature films for modern audiences.
It wasn’t exactly love at first sight for Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) and Mike Ehrmantraut ( Jonathan Banks ). The “Breaking Bad” pair just got a showcase in AMC’s first sneak peek for “Better Call Saul,” which premieres Sunday, February 8, 2015. That’s the same day that ” The Walking Dead ” Season 5 returns from winter break, and during the zombie show’s midseason finale, AMC shared this clip from the “Breaking Bad” spinoff. This scene, titled “No Parking,” takes place long before lawyer Saul’s time with Walter White, and shows the early relationship between Saul (aka Jimmy McGill) and Mike
Well, after some false starts and somewhat convincing fakes, the trailer for J.J. Abrams astronomically anticipated “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens” trailer is here. And it’s totally amazing. The trailer is only 88 seconds long, but it’s packed full of “Star Wars”-y goodness: John Boyega as a storm-trooper, rebel X-wings delicately skimming some unknown body of water, new “chrome troopers,” a Sith lord whose red lightsaber emits little red flames on either side of the blade, a rolling droid, Daisy Ridley on some kind of floating skiff not unlike the speeders in “Return of the Jedi.” Oh, and an appearance from a little spaceship called the Millennium Falcon. Quite frankly if this was the only footage of the film that we got to see before next Christmas (something of a systematic improbability given Disney’s marketing engine and our own curiosity), we’d be happy.
At long last, the “Jurassic World” trailer we’ve all been waiting for is here… and two days earlier than expected. Watch it now.
There were few movies out of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival that were more buzzed about or openly discussed than Chris Rock ‘s ” Top Five .” This is something of a feat, especially considering the amount of Oscar-contending features that either debuted or screened there. And we’ve got a brand new clip from the movie, opening on December 12th. So get ready to feel the buzz of the movie that swept Toronto. In the movie, Rock stars as Andre Allen, a comedian turned movie star suffering from the typical movie star chaos: his recent historical epic is bombing, he’s engaged to a vacuous heat seeker ( Gabrielle Union ) who intends to turn their wedding into a multimedia event (notice the small Bravo logo that brilliantly pops up at the bottom of the screen), and he’s being grilled by a hard-hitting journalist ( Rosario Dawson ). Our exclusive scene is a brief one, showing his interaction with his fiancée as she is about to board a plane
Diehard musical theater fans have been skeptical about a lot of the choices that went into the film adaptation of ” Into the Woods ,” but Meryl Streep as the Witch wasn’t one of them. This featurette offers a sneak peek at Streep in action as she sings “Stay With Me” in a moving scene with Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy). Granted, it doesn’t really make up for what we’ve seen of Johnny Depp as the Wolf so far – that whiskery mustache! – but it’s smart to give the Sondheim heads a slice of Streep to assuage at least some of their worries. And if that’s not enough to entice viewers, there’s always the costumes; between Chris Pine’s fancy velvet pants and Billy Magnussen’s leather trousers, there’s a little something for everyone in these woods. “Into the Woods” co-stars Emily Blunt , Anna Kendrick , Tracey Ullman, Lilla Crawford, James Corden , Christine Baranski , and Lucy Punch .
Pixar’s newest heroine is Riley Anderson in ” Inside Out ,” an animated film about a little girl with a lot of feelings. Riley’s really going through a lot lately, what with her family’s move from the Midwest to San Francisco, and “Inside Out” is a firsthand look at all the emotions she’s struggling with inside her head. Disney and Pixar released some super short teasers to introduce each of Riley’s anthropomorphized feelings, and frankly? They’re freaking adorable.
What happens when you take a ” Star Wars ” mastermind, a classic Shakespearean romcom, and a whole lot of pop songs? The result is apparently ” Strange Magic ,” an animated film coming out on January 23, written by George Lucas and inspired by “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The voice actors include Alan Cumming , Evan Rachel Wood , Kristin Chenoweth , Maya Rudolph , Alfred Molina , and Peter Stormare . The first trailer for “Strange Magic” has dropped, and it looks crazy colorful and cute. The non-stop musical medleys are cause for pause, but maybe the cool-looking goblins and fairies and cute fuzzy animals will override fairies singing “Wild Thing” and talking about booties shaking and stuff like that. Given the premise of “Midsummer Night’s Dream” and this dangerous potion everyone is talking about, we’re anticipating some kooky love connections and summer solstice shenanigans.
In 2012, the a cappella-themed “Pitch Perfect,” produced for $17 million and stocked with a cast of largely unknown actors, was released and became a sleeper smash. It wasn’t an out-of-the-box sensation, but it grew through word-of-mouth and thanks to its unstoppably best-selling soundtrack album. When all was said and done, it amassed $113 million worldwide and sold tons and tons of copies on home video. So a sequel became, by the end of the long and fruitful run of “Pitch Perfect,” something of an inevitable conclusion.