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Category Archives: Trailerland
The new trailer for Disney’s Maleficent has been released and it looks fantastic. From what we can tell Angelina Jolie is as icy and evil as we thought she would be, but there is a layer of curious sentiment involved … Continue reading
I must admit that I was surprised to find an announcement for Disney’s Big Hero 6 in my inbox. I’ve been privy to some top-secret, embargoed, pinky-swear stuff, and none of it mentioned this CG-animated 3D film set to hit … Continue reading
The extended version of The Lone Ranger trailer that ran during the SuperBowl’s pre-game festivities is now online. At 90 seconds long it affords us our first look at many new elements, and a better idea of the ‘crime fighter … Continue reading
A new trailer for “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” features an interview with star Jennifer Garner. The movie is coming to a theater near you on August 15, I was able to see a press screening of it last … Continue reading