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'Taken 3' Trailer: Liam Neeson Is Back in Action

2:15 PM 9/30/2014 by Jeff Giles
Taken 3
It hardly seemed like the stuff of a trilogy in the making when it debuted in 2008, but Taken made a ton of money while repositioning Liam Neeson as an unlikely late-blooming action hero, so here we are, months away from what's supposedly the final installment in the Taken franchise.

'Seventh Son' Debuts New Trailer, Still Seems Kind of Sad

6:09 PM 8/28/2014 by Jeff Giles
Seventh Son
It's been bumped so many times that we'd honestly kind of forgotten it hadn't actually come out, but no -- Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore's The Seventh Son is still on the Universal schedule, where it's currently slated to come out on (long pause) February 6, 2015.

'Amityville: The Awakening' Trailer May Make You Fear for Cinema

2:25 PM 8/26/2014 by Jeff Giles
Amityville
Well, it's been about 10 years since we've had an Amityville Horror sequel/reboot/spinoff in theaters, so it looks like 2015 is the year for an allegedly fresh spin on the oft-told tale of well-meaning suburbanites who make the mistake of moving into a haunted house where a crazy person once slaughtered his entire family.

Watch the First 'Into the Woods' Trailer

6:06 PM 7/31/2014 by Jeff Giles
Into the Woods
Wondering what it'll look like when Rob Marshall goes back to his Chicago-style musical roots with Disney's adaptation of the Broadway hit Into the Woods? We can't see the whole thing until December 25, but you can catch a glimpse right now courtesy of the first trailer, released today. Here's the official synopsis:

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Trailer Includes Fury, Roads

5:24 PM 7/27/2014 by Jeff Giles
Mad Max
His name is Max. His world is fire and blood. After a 30-year layoff, he's just about ready to make his way back to theaters with Mad Max: Fury Road, the long-brewing fourth installment in George Miller's classic post-apocalyptic franchise -- and if you weren't lucky enough to be in attendance at Comic-Con last weekend to catch the first trailer's debut, now you can watch it from the comfort of your own browser.

'Tusk' Trailer Debuts, Makes Us Believe in Kevin Smith Again

1:19 PM 7/26/2014 by Jeff Giles
Tusk
It's been a frightfully long time since Kevin Smith made a movie that made us feel like watching it again (or, in the case of dreck like Cop Out, even finishing the damn thing once), and on paper, it doesn't look like Tusk -- the story of a doofus podcaster who wanders into the Canadian wilderness and gets himself mixed up with a mad scientist who wants to turn him into a walrus -- stands a prayer of breaking that dismal streak.

'Annabelle' Debuts First Full-Length Trailer

3:42 PM 7/17/2014 by Jeff Giles
Annabelle
In awful news for anyone still plagued by memories of that poor kid being terrorized by his freaky clown doll in the first Poltergeist movie -- or anyone who remembers when the Child's Play series was still vaguely scary -- toy-based horror is set to take another chilling lurch forward with Annabelle this October, and the first trailer is here to prove it.

'Ouija' Debuts First Trailer

4:19 PM 7/16/2014 by Jeff Giles
Ouija
Of all the tenuous tie-in properties pitched by Hasbro over the last few years, a movie "based on" the Ouija board game is one of the few that seems to make a certain small amount of sense.

'Dumb and Dumber To' Trailer: Yep, It's a Sequel, All Right

11:49 AM 6/11/2014 by Jeff Giles
Dumb and Dumber To
If you've been waiting 20 years for Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels to reprise their Dumb and Dumber roles as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, you should find your patience well rewarded with the first trailer for the long-promised sequel, Dumb and Dumber To. And if you never really thought the first movie was all that funny to begin with?

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Trailer Threatens to Obliterate the Late-Summer Doldrums

11:55 AM 5/19/2014 by Jeff Giles
Guardians
Once upon a time, filmmaking technology made the idea of a serious superhero movie all but impossible -- and then directors' toys caught up with the times, enabling such stone-faced comic-inspired classics as The Dark Knight. But as powerful as those films were in terms of getting a broader audience to take superheroes seriously, they also took a bit of the fun out of watching people save the day; nobody wants camp, necessarily, but a good, light-hearted action-adventure romp with special powers could go a long way toward reminding all of us how much fun blockbusters used to be.
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