Taxa Cricket Camper Trailer

Inspired by NASA designs, Taxa Outdoors Cricket Camper Trailer is the ultimate off-the-grid camper trailer for all your adventures. With a length of 15′ and a dry weight under 1500 lbs, the lightweight and rugged camper trailer can be pulled behind many 4-cylinder vehicles. That kind of length, along with the design, gives you enough […] ; ; ; ; ; ; ;Related StoriesProject Kahn Land Rover Defender Pickup TruckNissan Unveils Vmotion 2.0Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled ; SOURCE: Cool [Read Entire Story]

The Belko Experiment Trailer #2: Office Wars Gone Mad

James Gunn broke into the public limelight thanks to Guardians of the Galaxy, the first installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to truly venture into the cosmos. Before this point in his career however, Gunn had established himself as a director to keep an eye on with indie films like Super and Slither. Both movies had budgets that were minimal in comparison to Guardians, but Gunn’s ability to bring humor and violence together made each film unique in different ways. Having now [Read Entire Story]

Powerless Extended Trailer Includes Starro, Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet

Like it or not, superheroes have become slowly but surely become a ubiquitous staple of film and television. Following a year when Deadpool and Suicide Squad turned the genre on its head to massive box office success, Powerless hopes to do the same on the television front. Despite being set in a superpowered world, its focus is on the everyday folks that are trying to survive it. A group of professionals working for Wayne Security have one job. They protect the innocent… by designing [Read Entire Story]

CHIPs Trailer & Poster: Michael Peña and Dax Shepard Are Ride or Die

CHIPs began life as a television series starring Eric Estrada and Larry Wilcox as a pair of extremely cool motorcycle-riding California Highway Patrol officers. The show ran for six seasons, was a pretty big hit and most importantly made a star of Estrada, whose Ponch character became an icon of ’80s TV. It probably encouraged quite a few people to become motorcycle cops as well. The show was briefly revived in 1999 as a one-off TV movie, then in 2005 an inevitable movie version was [Read Entire Story]

Kong: Skull Island Japanese Trailer – Kong is King Here

Shared universes are all the rage nowadays, with practically every studio vying to build one or more of their properties into the next hit franchise. Universal is working on reigniting their Monster Universe with this year’s The Mummy, Paramount wants to expand on their already successful Transformers franchises, and in addition to that they’re also attempting a shared Hasbro universe, separate from the Transformers films, which would include the likes of G.I. Joe and the [Read Entire Story]

The Discovery Trailer: The Afterlife Isn’t What It Seems in Netflix Movie

Everyone wonders if the afterlife is real, but what if science were able to verify that we do indeed go on in some form after we are dead? What effect would this have on society? How would regular people react to the knowledge that death is not the end? These are the kinds of questions posed in the new Netflix movie The Discovery, set to have its world premiere at Sundance on January 20, 2017 ahead of a theatrical release on March 31, 2017. Clearly, scientific verification of the afterlife would [Read Entire Story]

Sleight Trailer: A Chronicle-Style Magician Thriller

Sleight originally premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Met with some solid reviews, this indie thriller about a street magician caught up in some criminal activities has been one to look out for. There is a vibe here that certainly suggests something original by way of Chronicle, despite not being shot in a “found footage” format. Additionally, movies featuring magicians, in general, has always seemed like something that could work well for cinema. However, for every [Read Entire Story]

Attack of the Cyber Octopuses! Trailer is as Awesome as it Sounds

From steampunk to cyberpunk, filmmakers have been infatuated with technology and how it interacts with (or dominates) our lives since the early days of Hollywood. In the beginning, technology was easy to work into a story, as it was nothing more than the imagination of whoever was writing the tale. As technology advanced, so did the stories, as they tended to incorporate the potential of its darker side. When a movie set well into the future would include a technological element, it was almost [Read Entire Story]

Power Rangers Trailer #2: Goldar vs Megazord

Among the superheroes who will be gracing the big screen in 2017 are the Power Rangers, after decades of having appeared in a variety of TV shows following the breakout success of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series in the early 1990s. The new film, titled simply Power Rangers, is a reboot of the Mighty Morphin mythology and characters in particular; with such big names as Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston and Bill Hader playing (respectively) the extraterrestrial sorceress Rita [Read Entire Story]

Logan Trailer #2: Old Man Wolverine Teams With X-23

Twentieth Century Fox’s cinematic mutant-focused universe launched with X-Men in 2000, introducing Hugh Jackman’s version of the iconic comic book hero Wolverine. As the X-Men movie universe has evolved, Jackman’s Wolverine has remained a constant, leading his own standalone series of films and even appearing in the prequel installment X-Men: Days of Future Past. However, Jackman is expected to don Wolverine’s iconic claws only one more time, in James Mangold’s [Read Entire Story]

Sandy Wexler Teaser Trailer: Adam Sandler’s Back in 1994

Since breaking out on Saturday Night Live in the early ‘90s, Adam Sandler has built a prolific career in comedy. He’s put out five comedy albums and starred in a trove of successful films, including Tamra Davis’ Billy Madison, Dennis Dugan’s Happy Gilmore, and Frank Coraci’s The Waterboy, among others. But in recent years, his filmography has been littered with flops. His latest project, The Do-Over, holds a dismal 5 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and others like The Ridiculous Six (2015) [Read Entire Story]

Colossal Trailer: Anne Hathaway Controls a Giant Monster

Anne Hathaway was launched to fame by 2001’s The Princess Diaries. The actress has shown her abilities in a wide range of genres, covering everything from rom-coms and lighthearted chick flicks (The Devil Wears Prada, The Intern) to superhero movies (The Dark Knight Rises) to dramatic roles (Les Miserables). She has even made her mark in science fiction and fantasy, with her role as the White Queen in Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland series and as Brand in Interstellar. Now, [Read Entire Story]

The Lost City of Z UK Trailer: Charlie Hunnam Seeks His Destiny

The Lost City of Z tells the true story of Percy Fawcett, a British explorer who in the 1920s ventured multiple times to the darkest reaches of the Amazon jungle in search of a lost civilization. The story was first told by author David Grann in his 2009 book of the same name, and now Fawcett’s tale is being brought to the big screen by director James Gray and star Charlie Hunnam as Fawcett. The Lost City of Z has already garnered lots of rave reviews from critics, but general audiences [Read Entire Story]

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Trailer – From Nothing Comes A King

King Arthur and his famed sword, Excalibur are timeless legends. There has been no shortage of movie adaptations of these stories. Animated features like Disney’s classic The Sword in the Stone have taken a stab at the mythology, and soon Michael Bay may also bring elements of it into Transformers: The Last Knight. However, Warner Bros. is hoping they have the definitive take with King Arthur: Legend of the Sword , which releases later this year. The Guy Ritchie-directed feature was [Read Entire Story]

Snatch TV Series Trailer: Crackle Adapts Guy Ritchie

The 2000 cult flim Snatch told the violent and comical tale of a group of unscrupulous characters getting caught up in a complicated plot involving fight fixing, jewel thieving, and general mayhem. The story was not nearly as important as the frenetic style unleashed by King Arthur director Guy Richie and the acting of the impressively loaded ensemble, including huge stars Brad Pitt, Benicio Del Toro and Jason Statham (not to mention formidable supporting performers Vinnie Jones and Dennis [Read Entire Story]

Gold Red Band Trailer: Matthew McConaughey Gets Stupidly Rich

Back in 2013, Matthew McConaughey gave a much-praised performance as Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club, a biopic that follows Woodroof as he smuggles unapproved drugs into Texas to help alleviate his AIDS symptoms. The Texan actor, who had up until that point seen little critical acclaim, suddenly became the recipient of the Academy Award for Best Actor. The former romantic comedy star has since gone on to play more dramatic roles, such as Joseph Cooper in Interstellar, but he hasn’t been [Read Entire Story]

iBoy Trailer: Maisie Williams Costars in Netflix’s Superhero Film

Over the last few years, superheroes have exploded onto the screen. Doctor Strange, Captain America: Civil War, and X-Men: Apocalypse are just some of the many titles that hit theaters in 2016 alone, while series like The CW’s four-show Arrowverse have flourished on television. Netflix, in particular, has won audiences with their Marvel-centric TV franchise, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and the forthcoming Defenders. As we head into 2017, the streaming giant is poised to drop yet another [Read Entire Story]

Guardians Final Trailer: Russia’s Superhero Squad to the Rescue

Those looking for a different type of superhero movie, away from the films of either the Marvel Cinematic Universe or DC Extended Universe, can find solace in the fact that an international Russian film studio is hoping to launch a very unique superhero franchise of their own. Guardians is the launch pad for that franchise, with Armenian filmmaker Sarik Andreasyan directing this story about a team of Soviet Union-era superheroes that were previously forced to keep their identities a [Read Entire Story]

Cars 3 ESPN Trailer: It’s Not Over Until Lightning Says So

It’s been nearly 11 years since the release of Cars, the Pixar movie that introduced anthropomorphic vehicles named Lightning McQueen, Mater, and Doc Hudson, among others. The movie was a massive success for Pixar, not least because the Cars seen on screen could be replicated exactly in a vast range of toys, which brought in over $10 billion in revenue. Following Cars being such a hit, Cars 2 was released in 2011, but its story didn’t match up to Cars, and many still regard the movie [Read Entire Story]

The Rezort Trailer: Westworld Meets The Walking Dead

Partially thanks to the massive success of films like World War Z and TV shows like AMC’s The Walking Dead, recent years have seen a veritable flood of zombie-related media flooding both the big and small screens. Unlike other enduring horror monsters like vampires and werewolves though, the zombie is actually a pretty recent invention. Prior to George A. Romero’s seminal 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead, “zombies” were just unfortunate people under the control of [Read Entire Story]

XX Trailer: Four Tales of Horror from Female Directors

XX is the kind of horror film that should be welcomed more and ideally by larger audiences. The film is an upcoming horror anthology, which has been a more intriguing way to see younger filmmakers (as well as some veterans) show off a level of talent, without the pressure to deliver a full feature that risks burning out an initial idea. With this film, in addition to being a new horror anthology testing the skills of the filmmakers involved, each of the directors happen to all be talented women. [Read Entire Story]

LEGO Batman TV Spots: Bruce Wayne Loves Barbara Gordon

Longtime Batman fans have been sharply divided over most recent depictions of the character, from new status quos in the comics to Zack Snyder’s ultra-dark Batman v Superman. Among the most widely-criticized recent reimaginings: Bruce Wayne romancing a much younger Barbara Gordon in the direct-to-video animated The Killing Joke movie. Now, new TV spots tease a (seemingly) similar shakeup taking place in the upcoming LEGO Batman movie. It was already made clear in the theatrical trailers [Read Entire Story]

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