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"Her brain capacity is increasing by the minute." A new extended TV spot for Lucy has debuted with Scarlett Johansson turning into more of a bad ass with as she unlocks more of the untapped potential of her brain's capacity due to an experimental super drug that leaked inside her body while being forcibly turned into a drug mule. Now she's out for revenge, using telekinesis and more to find the people responsible for doing this to her. Morgan Freeman is there for some exposition, and we're certainly on board for this summer action fun. Remember, Universal releases the film two weeks earlier on July 25th.
"If you threaten his family, he will retaliate." Whoa. It's almost time, just a few more weeks. Fox has been ramping up advertising for Matt Reeves' sci-fi sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, hitting theaters on July 11th, with a bunch of new TV spots and some posters as well. This latest TV spot features a glimpse of the "bear hunt" scene, as well as more moments of Caesar talking (which sounds chilling every time), and some extra shots of action to tie the story beats together. Now we get a sense of where this is going, with the humans (lead by Gary Oldman & Jason Clarke) interrupting Caesar's "family" and starting the next war.
If you haven't checked out Blurppy's awesome artwork from their Poster Posse tribute to Guardians of the Galaxy, you're missing out. And now we get another dose of the ragtag team of heroes formed by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista and the voices of Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel. A new TV spot for the Marvel film has just debuted, and it shows off some great new footage from the film, including Rocket Raccoon wielding a big ass gun. It's a great glimpse at the team-up of a thief, two thugs, an assassin and a maniac. Star-Lord even says the title in the trailer again if you like that sort of thing. Watch!
Following the last three TV spots for Transformers: Age of Extinction, three more have popped up showing off new footage from the sequel starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor. This time we get a little taste of humor from Wahlberg, finally some footage featuring T.J. Miller and some new shots of the Autobots being bad ass heroes. Plus, there's a couple new Dinobots to be spotted, not to mention what seems to be an advanced nanobot-styled bad guy swarming around. Could this be a better sequel from director Michael Bay with new tricks, or just the same old stuff with a new cast? Watch below!
We're getting closer and closer to the release of 22 Jump Street, and we're hoping the sequel can deliver the same quality buddy cop comedy that directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller were able to put together for the surprisingly successful first film. Now a new red band online spot shows off some more footage we haven't seen, including an amusing reference to Ice Cube, some hints at the struggling partnership of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill and more. Plus, there's a new featurette that goes behind the scenes of the film, complete with words from Lord & Miller talking about how they approached the sequel. Watch it!
Just last week, we highlighted a video showing the mind-blowing comparison between the completed visual effects in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes with the original motion capture footage shot with Andy Serkis, Toby Kebbell and some of the other ape actors. Now a new TV spots shows off more of the finished film with some new footage from the rise of the simians that the title implies as humans (Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and more) and apes prepare for a war that they both hoped to prevent while trying to survive in the ruins of San Francisco. We absolutely can't wait to see this. Watch!
First of all, let me just say that if you don't want to spoil this joke for yourself until you see A Million Ways to Die in the West (hitting theaters in one week), then you won't want to read after the jump. We all know Seth MacFarlane is the king of pop culture references now from the endless cutaway gags on "Family Guy" to last year's inclusion of references to Airplane!, Flash Gordon and Indiana Jones in his directorial debut Ted. However, when it comes to his latest western comedy, that might be less possible considering the setting, despite the contemporary feel of the film. But there is one brilliant pop culture reference that has been revealed, and we're a bit mad that it's been spoiled early on. You've been warned!
"Our world will never truly be safe until all of them are destroyed." Mutants are fighting for our survival this weekend, but in about a month, it will be the Autobots fighting for humanity. But at the beginning of Transformers: Age of Extinction, all of them are being hunted after all the destruction engulfed Chicago in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. In three new TV spots we get more hints of Kelsey Grammer hunting down all the remaining Transformers, that is, until a new threat shows up. But Optimus Prime and the rest of his team still stand up to fight for humans. Cue explosions and Dinobots. Watch now!
If you ignore the tabloid antics of Tom Cruise outside of the big screen, there's no denying that the guy is a fantastic actor. Nearly every film he does is an event, and even when people thought he couldn't draw an audience anymore, he plowed through and is still on top of his game. Lately he's been on quite a sci-fi kick with Oblivion from last year, and this time he's fighting in the future again with Edge of Tomorrow. If you haven't been keeping up, it's basically Groundhog Day with an alien invasion and big ole mech suits. Cruise can somehow relive the same crucial battle in the invasion, and Emily Blunt is trying to help. Now a new TV spot is here showing off some new footage from what will hopefully be a good sci-fi flick. Watch!
"I'm the Wolverine." We're just a little over a couple weeks away from seeing the time travel mash-up of two different X-Men franchises comes to life in X-Men: Days of Future Past. We're trying to keep our hype in check, if only because The Amazing Spider-Man 2 turned out to be a letdown on a number of levels despite the greatness of the cast. In this case, the cast is so massive that it would be a travesty if the film wasn't a home run, but we'll find out soon enough. A new TV spot has just showed up with some more cool action shots, including Wolverine taking on a Sentinel. But that little joke bit at the end feels forced. Watch!
Along with last night's barrage of TV spots for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Edge of Tomorrow, Hercules and A Million Ways to Die in the West, there's one more TV spot for what could be the biggest comedy of the summer: 22 Jump Street. The TV spot doesn't feature much footage from the latest red band trailer, but it does include the new ending from the previous green band trailer, not to mention some other funny new bits featuring our duo on spring break. It's clear there's going to be a lot more action than the first film, and that's just fine with us as long as the comedy delivers as well.
"I think we may have just found a Transformer." Tonight MTV hosted their faux-awards show the MTV Movie Awards, which aren't worth covering aside from the handful of new TV spots that debuted during the show. This year they debuted fresh spots for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers: Age of Extinction (gotta love Mark Wahlberg in this), as well as another new spot for Seth MacFarlane's wacky western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Also toss in the Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt time loop sci-fi Edge of Tomorrow and of course Hercules with Dwayne Johnson and that's about it. Fire 'em up.
"What happened was not a natural disaster. You're lying." After a recent TV spot featured a conversation between a concerned Elizabeth Olsen and her husband Aaron Taylor-Johnson, we get another look at the family taking a toll as the presence of Godzilla creates chaos for mankind in two new TV spots. This time, it's Taylor-Johnson's son who asks if he's coming back, and it's sandwiched in between some new footage of the King of Monsters stomping around at an airport and also a new shot of him roaring in the rain. Another features more of the frantic Bryan Cranston, so that's always fun. Watch the TV spots now!
The revival of Godzilla from Monsters director Gareth Edwards isn't too far away, and after we featured some spectacular fan artwork for the film from Blurppy, we're back to the official hype machine chugging along with a new TV spot. This one focuses more on the human characters, and the fear and uncertainty of survival we face as the King of Monsters wreaks havoc across the planet. Elizabeth Olsen sounds scared when Aaron Taylor-Johnson isn't sure he's going to come back from whatever mission the military has tasked him with to stop the giant lizard. We really can't wait to see how this remake turns out. Watch below!