Category Archives: Movie Trailers

Throwback Friday: What Can the Next Trailer for ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Possibly Show Us?

For both The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, we weren’t given trailers in August to enjoy, making the marketing for The Rise of Skywalker a touch bit different than last time as we were given new footage with the D23 Special Look. In case, you’ve forgotten how awesome it was let this remind you.

While this new footage was expectedly cryptic it still felt like we were seeing way more than we ought to know with Dark Rey appearing at the end to blow the Star Wars fandom’s socks off.

The new footage was so interesting in fact that I almost feel like I don’t want an official second trailer in October, lest we learn even more juicy details about the film. But that’s the thing. With the first teaser revealing Palpatine via his iconic cackle and the second trailer highlighting a potential Evil Rey what can the next trailer possibly show us to top that? Kylo Ren with a green lightsaber fighting Palpatine?!

Like I said before, I almost wish we didn’t have to see another trailer because I’m already beyond excited to see the movie but another trailer we will get regardless. So, what can this next trailer provide us that we haven’t already been given? Well, for this week’s Throwback Friday, I’m here to share a few ideas that could make the second The Rise of Skywalker trailer an utter blast to watch. Continue reading Throwback Friday: What Can the Next Trailer for ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Possibly Show Us?


Disney Releases Three New Trailers for Three Exciting New Films Next Year

Disney is taking over. Yes, I mean it, literally. They are taking over the cinema, tv channels, everything seems to be under Disney these days. Disney consumes much of our expectations when it comes to films we want to see in the movie theaters everywhere, from the animated children’s films to the neverending Marvel movies, Disney is dominating our yearly entertainment.

In the past week, Disney has revealed three new trailers ahead of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil for three of the company’s films arriving next year: Dolittle starring our very own Robert Downey Jr., Onward starring Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, and Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. Here are the trailers.


This was a complete surprise that popped up on Sunday as Disney unveiled a new live-action film to obsess over; Dolittle. Robert Downey Jr. sheds away his Iron Man suit to become a new hero and it’s very clear from the trailer, it’s going to be pretty darn good if I say so myself.

This is a must-watch for families this January.

Arrives January 17, 2020. Continue reading Disney Releases Three New Trailers for Three Exciting New Films Next Year

Is the ‘Birds of Prey’ Trailer Worth the Wait?

After Suicide Squad in 2016, it was very clear that fans were delighted by Harley Quinn’s big-screen debut, despite the fact that the film was practically garbage. Now, arriving in 2020, Harley Quinn is returning with a plan to cause chaos and she’s got some girlfriends to join her. Here’s the film’s first teaser trailer.

To be honest, I’m not a fan of this teaser trailer. It’s too much stuff going on and I guess that’s fine, considering that Harley Quinn loves the chaos but it feels like the teaser is focusing too much on Harley Quinn and not enough of the other characters. What I will say was interesting about this trailer was there will be plenty of action in this film. PLENTY of action. Does Ewan Mcgregor convince me as a DC Comics worthy villain? Not really. But then again, the teaser was so chaotic I couldn’t comprehend what his villainous storyline is supposed to be.

Warner Bros. is trying to distance themselves from Marvel by delivering R-rated comic book flicks that truly are trying to widen the comic book envelope but unfortunately, this teaser trailer didn’t excite me. Boo.

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Comparing the ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Trilogy Teasers

After the D23 Special Look for The Rise of Skywalker I was so excited, I went back and watched the trailers for The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi and, of course, The Rise of

Skywalker in an expectedly awesome Star Wars trailer marathon. It was so much fun. So fun, in fact, that I wanted to write about it. So, with no further delay, here’s an analysis of the correlating Star Wars sequel trilogy teasers.

The Force Awakens


When this teaser came out for The Force Awakens we hadn’t seen anything related to Star Wars that was new since 2005’s Revenge of the Sith. In that ten-year span being a Star Wars fan was fun but all we had were the six George Lucas films, which were awesome, but old news.

Seeing this teaser, I can still feel the emotions I had while watching it for the first time, especially when seeing Kylo Ren for the first time with that amazing crossguard lightsaber.

This teaser was designed simply to display in a short amount of time, Star Wars is back! And the Millennium Falcon at the end is, of course, the icing on the cake.

As the logo displays itself in the classic yellow color the music is bright and adventurous. The teaser is designed to inspire pure elation and joy and even now, years after its release, it still manages to bring a smile to my face. Continue reading Comparing the ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Trilogy Teasers

‘Frozen II’ Delivers An Expectedly Good Official Trailer

Frozen II is the big event six years in the making and the official trailer for the film has arrived on the first day of fall. Check it out.

What makes this trailer so enticing is that it still doesn’t convey what’s going on in this movie. Something’s happening to Arendelle, Elsa is being called by a mysterious voice, and our beloved heroes are on an adventure that will take them to new places and meet new people.

The main thing that impressed me about this trailer was the fact that it didn’t convey who the villain of the film is. Yes, there was a giant rock monster but there’s something dark at work here and it’s going to cause a lot of obstacles for these characters.

All in all, this should be a pleasing film to watch during Thanksgiving.

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