There’s still a month to go before Rick and Morty returns on May 3 for the second half of its fourth season. It feels more like a lifetime away right now, especially considering how long March was. Fortunately, Adult Swim has dropped a new video to help us with the wait.
In a rollicking trailer set to Thin Lizzy’s ‘The Boys Are Back In Town,’ Rick continues to drag Morty through dangerous interdimensional hijinks in the fourth season’s final five episodes. This time, said exploits involve vats of acid, tentacled monsters, S.W.A.T., and running naked and screaming. The duo also get an “unnecessarily badass suit-up” though, so it isn’t all terrible. Read more…
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When Jennifer Lopez asks if you’re in, you say yes. So get on board with this trailer for Hustlers, loosely based on a true story, about a group of strippers scheming to fleece their sleazy, loaded clients out of more than just a few fistfuls of dollar bills.
J-Lo plays the ringleader, telling her fellow dancers that “the game is rigged” — and hey, don’t the post-crash Wall Street bros and execs they’re targeting deserve a little retribution?
The heels are stacked and so is this cast: as well as Lopez, there’s Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu, Riverdale’s Lil Reinhart, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, current internet queen Lizzo, and Cardi B in her feature debut. The superstar (herself a former stripper) was cast after director Lorene Scafaria slid into her Instagram DMs. Read more…
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Well, looks like some kind of apocalypse is here in the latest look at the forthcoming Hellboy film starring Stranger Things’ David Harbour.
Set to a cover of Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water,” the trailer offers up a pretty hectic look at the Dark Horse Comics-based film, with more than a few monsters for our pal to take care of.
Plus, there’s some kind of sexy blood shower, who knows?
Directed by Neil Marshall and starring Harbour, Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Sasha Lane, Penelope Mitchell, and Daniel Dae Kim, the film sees our main dude Hellboy attempting to thwart a powerful fifth century sorceress (Jovovich) with plans to y’know, destroy humankind. Classic. Read more…
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Fallout is going online with Fallout: 76.
The world got an in-depth look at what to expect with Fallout: 76 during Bethesda’s E3 press conference on Sunday. The latest game from the Fallout franchise takes place entirely online, meaning you’ll be able to play with other players if you’d like for the first time and either team up to fight monsters or try to blow each other’s limbs off starting on Nov. 14.
As we learned with Fallout: 76‘s reveal a couple weeks ago, the game takes place in West Virginia where players are some of the first people to emerge from the country’s vaults on the tricentennial: 2076. Read more…
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In terms of box office takings, a trailer can make or break a movie.
On the one hand, it could go viral. It could be like the IT teaser trailer. That one’s had almost 31 million YouTube views at the time of writing, and it even set a record for the most online views in a single day.
If the trailer misses the mark, though — if it’s a bit drab or, even worse, it gets panned — it could significantly damage the hype around a movie’s release.
One man who’s well aware of this is 26-year-old Frederick Lloyd. Under the name Ursine Vulpine, he has composed music that’s featured in a huge number of blockbuster trailers: everything from Mad Max: Fury Road to the recent Professor Marston & The Wonder Women: Read more…
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