‘Wonder Woman’ First Trailer: “What I Do Is Not Up To You” – Comic-Con
Hell. Yes. As expected, following the reveal yesterday of the film’s first (excellent) official poster, this morning saw the unveiling of the first trailer for Warner Bros.’ superhero epic Wonder Woman during the studio’s supersized Comic-Con Hall H presentation. Watch it above now.
Hot take: It looks incredible. The colors pop, particularly the gold of her lasso, and love the interplay between Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor, particularly when she explains that she has no… Read
‘American Gods’ Trailer: Starz Series Asks Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
Starz took the wraps off its new series American Gods today at Comic-Con, debuting the first trailer for the series based on the Neil Gaiman book that stars Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon and Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday. The video also offered a brief but heavily stylized look at Crispin Glover among others cast in the Starz show that is slated for a January 2017 bow.
On the panel, executive producer/showrunner Bryan Fuller introduced new castmember Kristen Chenoweth (she… Read
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Trailer Teases The Kingdom & More Negan – Comic-Con
Season 7 of The Walking Dead won’t hit until October 23, but AMC didn’t leave its Comic-Con Hall H fans completely in the dark about it as they await word of who exactly is on the receiving end of Negan’s bat — an answer that will come in Episode 1.
In the meantime, the network today dropped a trailer for the new season to roars from the SDCC crowd. After a retrospective of who Negan’s victim might be among the survivors, the trailer also showed fans their first look at… Read
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Premiere Date Unveiled – Comic-Con
The Walking Dead returned to Comic-Con today and wasted no time giving Hall H something to chew on. With a trailer teasing the crowd, AMC’s zombie apocalypse series announced it will return for its 16-episode seventh season at 9 PM ET on October 23. The season will debut internationally on October 24 on FOX channels in more than 125 markets.
“It’s absolutely worth the wait,” executive producer Robert Kirkman said of the revealing Season 7 opener directed by fellow EP Greg… Read
‘The Last Ship’ Trailer: All Attention Is on Asia In Season 3B – Comic-Con
TNT dropped a sneak peek at The Last Ship Season 3B today during its panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Season 3 finds Captain Chandler and the crew of the Nathan James shifting their attention to Asia after hearing rumblings that the Chinese leader has been hoarding the “Scott cure” from the infected people in the region, as well as rumors of a possible mutation of the original virus causing a fresh outbreak in Japan.
Today’s panel session featured The Last Ship stars Eric… Read
‘Narcos’ Season 2 Trailer: The Hunt Continues For Pablo Escobar
Netflix has dropped the official Season 2 trailer for drama series Narcos. It picks up with the continued search for Pablo Escobar following his prison escape.
“Ok, let me break it down for you,” the trailer begins. “Four-thousand soldiers, tens of thousands of rounds of fire, and a bunch of f***in helicopters. There was no way Pablo Escobar was getting out of this one.” We’ll see.
Wagner Moura stars as drug kingpin Escobar alongside Boyd Holbrook and Pedro Pascal as… Read
‘Before I Wake’ Trailer: Relativity Chiller Brings Jacob Tremblay’s Nightmares To Life
In this new trailer for Relativity Studios’ chiller Before I Wake, little Jacob Tremblay, star of the Best Picture Oscar nominee Room, gets another shot at the dream, or in this case the nightmare. He plays Cody, a sweet little boy with a well-earned fear of falling asleep: Whenever he does, his dreams — and his nightmares — have a habit of coming to life. Starring Kate Bosworth and Thomas Jane as the boy’s new foster parents, Before I Wake is directed by Mike Flanagan… Read
‘Hands Of Stone’ Trailer: Edgar Ramirez & Robert De Niro In Fighting Shape
The Weinstein Company is gearing up for the August 26 bow of Hands of Stone, the Roberto Duran boxing biopic starring Edgar Ramirez and Robert De Niro that the company scooped up during Cannes 2015. Usher co-stars as Duran’s rival Sugar Ray Leonard, and Ellen Barkin, Ruben Blades and Ana de Armas co-star.
Duran became an hero in his native Panama as he rose through the ranks behind trainer Ray Arcel (De Niro), winning titles in four different weight classes. But it was… Read
Devilish ‘Salem’ Season Three Trailer Gets Comic-Con Debut
WGN America released a full length trailer today for season three of Salem, the network's supernatural thriller, just in time for Comic-Con. The new season premieres Halloween week. “History will say the Devil was born in Salem,” says a narrator, unleashing a pretty demonic montage of all things unholy: an upside-down crucifixion, Exorcist-style eyeball rolls, a burning church steeple. There’s even a bit of Jon Snow-like resurrection: “Raise the dead,” says someone who is… Read
‘xXx: Return Of Xander Cage’ Trailer: The Three G Rule Applies
Paramount in February signed on to distribute xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage, the revival of the Revolution Studios franchise Vin Diesel rejoins after sitting out the second pic (back in 2005) in favor of Ice Cube. Sony released the first two movies. DJ Caruso is helming this one.
F. Scott Frazier revised Chad St. John’s original script, which sees Xander come out of exile to take on a deadly alpha warrior named Xiang (Donnie Yen) in pursuit of an unstoppable weapon known… Read
‘Better Things’ Trailer: Pamela Adlon Deals With Stuff In New FX Comedy
“Are you dating Luke?” “Eww, no. I’m dating my daughters.” After releasing a slew of promos for Better Things — including a Game of Thrones-themed one — FX has unwrapped with first official trailer for its upcoming comedy starring Pamela Adlon. The actress and comic created the show with her buddy Louis C.K., having played his love on-again/off-again love interest on the cable net’s Louie, which is on indefinite hiatus.
Adlon stars in the new series as Sam Fox, a put-upon… Read
‘Hell Or High Water’ Trailer: Chris Pine & Jeff Bridges Crime Drama Taps Into American Angst
EXCLUSIVE: One of the best movies I saw at this year’s Cannes Film Festival was Hell Or High Water, a very American movie from very Scottish director David Mackenzie. It played very well in the Un Certain Regard competition at the fest, but when it opens August 12 it should play even better here both critically (currently at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and perhaps commercially. In addition to being just an intense and exciting action drama, the film also hits the zeitgeist… Read