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Following the footsteps of the first teaser for Delivery Man, another comedy is getting introduced to audiences who will be catching The Hangover Part III this week. This time it's Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema's own We're the Millers starring Horrible Bosses co-stars Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston. The latter is looking pretty saucy as a struggling stripper, and Sudeikis asks her to pose as a fake family (including Will Poulter and Emma Roberts as their kids) in order to smuggle some marijuana from Mexico into the United States for the rich drug dealing Ed Helms. With a colorful cast of supporting characters including Nick Offerman and Kathryn Hahn, this red band trailer is hilarious. Watch below!
If you haven't yet checked out the original line of Threadless shirts commemorating Monsters University, check out the designs right here and pick up your favorites. The last trailer for the Pixar Animation sequel was the final theatrical trailer, but a new online trailer has surfaced highlighting the original music work of musicians Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso of Swedish House Mafia, who crafted a song called Roar for the film. It's quite an upbeat trailer, taking some bumper cues from the trailers for The Hangover Part III, but instead of being the end, it's actually where it all began. One more month! Watch!
After tackling the Italian family drama that unfolded from The Godfather trilogy, director Francis Ford Coppola will again chronicle the Italian-American life experience for a new untitled film with a story unfolding between the 1930s and the 1960s. THR reports Coppola is currently writing the film, for himself to direct, about a boy and a girl in their late teens. There aren't anymore details than that, but it's said to be a coming-of-age story. As of now the project isn't set up at a studio, so there's no financing or distribution deals in place, but Coppola could always go the indie route like he did with his last self-financed film Twixt.
After debuting at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, the acclaimed directorial debut from Joseph Gordon-Levitt is finally coming to theaters this fall, and the first trailer is here. The Dark Knight Rises star also wrote and stars in the film which follows a selfish modern-day Don Juan who struggles with an addiction to pornography as he attempts to find a woman that can compare to the sensation he gets from pleasuring himself through adult entertainment. Scarlett Johansson also stars in the film with Julianne Moore and Tony Danza (for an Angels in the Outfield reunion). The film is original, funny and just damn good.
The recently released final trailer for Pacific Rim showed off the massive action sequences between the Jaeger robots and the monsters terrorizing Earth. If you're not sold on the movie yet, then it's likely the new film from Guillermo del Toro just isn't your cop of tea. But for those who are anxious to dive into the epic sci-fi blockbuster, a new featurette has just been released which looks at the logistics of the Jaeger robots and how the two pilots inside of them operate the machine so seamlessly. Here we get a sense of some of the human elements as the pilots are forced to share memories and experiences from their past. Watch below!
Adam Sandler and his buddies David Spade, Kevin James and Chris Rock are back together in for the comedy sequel Grown Ups 2. The first trailer showed us what Sandler and his family are up to as they've moved back to his hometown where Shaquille O'Neal is a cop and Taylor Lautner is a douchebag frat boy. Now we get more of the silly antics these friends get up to which include throwing Spade in a giant tire down a hill until he throws up everywhere and a challenge that results in some nude cliffdiving. Oh, and stick around for Nick Swardson if you happen to like that sort of thing. Watch below?
With The Hangover Part III hitting theaters tomorrow, new comedies are looking to introduce themselves to audiences and Delivery Man with Vince Vaughn is one of them. Director and writer Ken Scott has remade his French Canadian comedy Starbuck for American audiences with this story of a middle-aged man whose life is turned upside down when he learns he has fathered 533 children through sperm donation. As you can imagine, this comes as quite a shock, and for Vaughn, that likely means a lot of fast-talking. This teaser doesn't show much except Vaughn doing his thing and Chris Pratt at the end, but it's still amusing.
Get ready to see a lot of Zac Efron over the next couple years. The 17 Again and The Paperboy star will be seen in Parkland, a drama taking place at Dallas' Parkland Hospital on the day U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, an indie romantic comedy called Are We Officially Dating?, a comedy called Townies with Seth Rogen, and Rob Reiner's next film You Belong to Me with Harrison Ford. But we're still waiting for him to get gritty with some action. He was once linked to a remake of Snabba Cash a few years ago, but now Deadline reports Efron is going to lead Narc, a Donnie Brasco style thriller set in college.
"It's not us that's changed. It's the town." When five friends reunite after 20 years, they're (somewhat) dead set on making it through an epic 12-bar pub crawl leading all the way to The World's End. But the end of the world might really be in store in the new film from Edgar Wright. In this third part of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite and this time they're joined by Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman and Eddie Marsan and a slew of humans who have been possessed by some sort of robot or alien beings, complete with blue blood. This new trailer has exactly what fans have been waiting for. Watch!
Tarantino is out, Refn is in. At the start of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, it opens with the Klingon Proverb, "Revenge is a dish best served cold." Back in the 90s, Tarantino was leading the genre game in Cannes, winning the Palme d'Or for Pulp Fiction. While he's still making great films today, the next generation has tagged in. In 2011, Nicolas Winding Refn rocked the Croisette with the film Drive and he has returned this year to premiere Only God Forgives. Starring Ryan Gosling again this artsy, slow burn, extremely violent Bangkok-set revenge drama is a dish definitely served cold, with a slice of style and minor substance.
"Surrender within 24 hours, or watch this world suffer the consequences." Out of nowhere, one more threat from Michael Shannon as villain General Zod has surfaced in a trailer for Man of Steel. With a whole slew of new footage featuring the alien villain threatening Earth and the last son of Krypton, this trailer is even better than the full length trailer that came out about a month ago. Shannon might give Benedict Cumberbatch a run for his money as best villainous performance in this year's summer blockbusters. This trailer delivers all the action fans have wanted from a Superman movie for decades. Watch the trailer now!
Wedding Crashers stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are reteaming this summer for The Internship, which feels a bit like an unofficial sequel to the 2005 comedy. Shawn Levy is behind the camera this time for the story of two middle aged guys struggling to stay employed in a fast-moving, technology-based world. But before that script came along, Wilson and Vaughn were on the hunt for a project, and Ben Schwartz (Jean Ralphio from "Parks & Recreation") had a whole slew of good ideas for them including The Hobbit, and a buddy comedy with Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth. Watch it!
Late last fall, details of Spike Jonze's most recent film with Joaquin Phoenix finally had some story details and a title locked down. Her is a quirky romance following Theodore (Phoenix), a lonely writer purchases a newly developed operating system (not unlike iPhone's Siri) designed to meet the user’s every needs. To Theodore’s surprise, a romantic relationship develops between him and his operating system. This unconventional love story blends science fiction and romance in a sweet tale that explores the nature of love and the ways that technology isolates and connects us all. And now the film has a release date. More below!
It's summer again, which means it's time for another Woody Allen film. The director has been churning out a new original film every single year for a long time now, and this year is no exception. Last year's To Rome with Love wasn't exactly a home run, but there was some sharp writing and great performances as usual. This year, Allen's film is Blue Jasmine, but as has become standard with everyone of his films, the plot details are still kept under wraps. Anyway, it's the cast that should draw audiences including Cate Blanchett (featured on the first poster below) Alec Baldwin, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale and Andrew Dice Clay. And that's not even the whole cast. Hopefully we'll get a trailer soon. Poster below!