(PG-13: Language) Editor Sleepy Skunk presents his annual compilation reel, showcasing some of the most intense and emotional moments from this past year’s movie trailers. While the movies themselves weren’t all spectacular, the trailers and Skunk’s edit offer plenty of thrills.
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Struggling to make ends meet, five military veterans decide to rob one of the world’s most violent cartels. Netflix’s heist film intrigues us if only for its star-studded cast: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal. Premieres March 2019.
The second trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters sees the Earth reduced to ruin. Our planet has become an arena for the ultimate showdown between Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed King Ghidorah. We wonder who named them in this timeline.
Editor Clark Zhu is back with his annual compilation of film footage, taking us on an emotional rollercoaster ride through some 200 movies from the past year. Check out the full list of movies and their timestamps here. Also, Alita: Battle Angel doesn’t come out until 2019.
The latest trailer for Captain Marvel sees our heroine believing that she’s part of an alien race called the Kree. One of their enemies are the Skrulls, a race of shapeshifters. But it appears that Marvel had a life on Earth before she became a super space soldier.
(SPOILERS, Gore) Tree Gelbman survived a time loop where she was stuck in the same day until she identified who killed her. Now the curse is back, except this time it’s affecting her friends as well. The sequel to the funny slasher flick Happy Death Day drops 2/14/19.
Disney is releasing a series of animated shorts on YouTube that will retell stories from the Star Wars movies. If you’re worried about the voice acting, fear not: Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures will use dialogue and sounds from the original films. Premieres 11/30/18.
Following in the footsteps of Star Wars: Uncut, and Our Robocop Remake, 3GI Industries rounded up a group of over 200 fans, who each contributed their own scene to chop together into this line-for-line remake of Shrek. Also, the 3GI Industries website is priceless.
We’re looking forward to The Royal Ocean Film Society’s upcoming three-part film essay about the history of animation, and a group of rebellious animators whose creativity changed the course of the medium forever. Part one drops on 11/27/18 on their YouTube channel.
Deadpool 2 is headed back to the theaters for the holidays… as a PG-13 movie. Ryan Reynolds agreed to it on two conditions: that a portion of the proceeds went to charity, and that he got to kidnap Fred Savage and force him to reenact his role from The Princess Bride.
Our latest look at the live action adaptation of the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita shows some of the heroine’s various armor and body modifications. It also gives us a peek of Alita competing in the deadly sport called “Motorball.” The film drops 2/6/19.
Writer/director/actor Stephen Merchant is back with an offbeat comedy-drama about a family who stumbles their way into the world of professional wrestling, and the daughter who goes on to achieve success in the ring. Based on the true story of WWE star Paige.
Loft: The Jetman Story is a documentary that features Jetman flying wing inventor Yves Rossy and his proteges Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen. The film sees them flying over the fjords of Norway and telling the story of their journey towards autonomous human flight.
It only gets a few seconds of screen time, but the visuals in Gautier Alfirevic and Kevin ‘Teau’ Rose’s short film are too good to ignore. The film tells the story of a Civil War captain who must face his deepest fears as he nears death. Support the production’s completion here.
The first official live-action Pokémon movie follows a young man (Justice Smith) whose father goes missing. He ends up enlisting the help of his father’s former partner, who happens to be Pikachu. Oh, did we mention Detective Pikachu is voiced by Ryan Reynolds?
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