Somehow this trailer was just as awesome as the first for Frozen II, the highly anticipated sequel to one of the highest grossing pieces of animation ever. Along with it we get se teases of finding put how Elsa got her powers, as well as her transition from Queen to Superhero. As the trailer states they've always thought her powers were to much for the world to stand, but now they question if it'll be enough to save it. I'm so excited for this film as the last one was pretty centered in one place. As this one takes the story into new heights with a more action & adventure direction. These previews have brought me in with an amazing amount of anticipation for a film i thought i wasn't even gonna be to pumped about until I saw the first. In fact I kinda wish I could trade spots with Lion King on this one. I'm ready to build a snowman again! What about y'all? Am I the only one that dug this trailer as much as the first? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
"Set in a suburban fantasy world, Disney and Pixar’s Onward introduces two teenage elf brothers who embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still a little magic left out there. Pixar Animation Studios’ all-new original feature film is directed by Dan Scanlon and produced by Kori Rae—the team behind Monsters University.” That's the synopsis for the first official trailer for Onward, releasing in theaters on March 6, 2020, & honestly I'm not really feeling this one. Great cast attached, but this doesn't really even feel like a Pixar film to me. It could be great. Judging by just the synopsis & trailer though, it's nothing I'm really excited for. While it looks cute, not only was I not intrigued, it failed in its many attempts to make me laugh. The only thing that really got me was the unicorn gag. I loved that. I just couldn't help but keep thinking this felt like it came out of another studio, like DreamWorks. Hopefully before this comes out I'll see something that gets me excited. What about y'all? I'm curious to see if this did anything for anyone else. Put it in the comments, like, & share.
So, after the initial Genie reveal for Aladdin, I thought it was going to take a whole lot to restore my trust the film being good. Looks like all it took was a full trailer. I'm not saying this made me go full 180. Not by any means. I still think their Jafar is far from the evilness of his animated counterpart. This guy still totally reminds me of the cologne guy at a department store. On top of that I'm not 100% on the look of Genie, even though this extended look helped a whole lot. This proved at least what I thought in Smith being a good pick for at least conveyingthe role, & seeing a little magic behind him helped the overall look. Which was my only problem after that first reveal. Those being the only shakey parts still though. As the rest of this film looks amazing. The parkour style chase in the beginning looked thrilling, the carpet scenes were totally magical, & I'm way into the casting of Jasmine & Aladdin. So, while this didn't completely sell me on the look of Genie still, & more so the presence of Jafar, it did give me the impression that this is still going to be a very entertaining film. For right now I trust in Aladdin once again. What about y'all? The internet skewered this last time. Does this alleviate any of your worries as it did some of mine? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
This is a lot more than I expected from a Frozen II trailer. Heavy on the action whether it be Elsa trying g to scale massive waves, whole fleets of reindeer, or Anna drawing her sword for battle in the end, this looks like it's gonna be intense. I didn't know what to expect from this sequel at all, but I definitely wasn't expecting action/adventure at all. I can't believe it, but this little teaser actually has me super excited for the return of Frozen . For what it was, this quick look was absolutely amazing. I really didn't care whether this went forward or not until now. With this, bring it on! Take my money now! I know it's not much, but what'd y'all think of this apparent new direction for Frozen? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
After all the teasers & trailers we've seen for Ralph Breaks the Internet up to this one, I mentioned that it looked hilarious, I didn't really see the heart from the previous film. This newest trailer delivers on just that. It seems in Penelope's quest for what we know now is a replacement steering wheel, she develops a fondness for the internet life. Much to the contrast of Ralph's feelings on the matter. At least, that's what I'm gathering from what I just watched. Adding the heart I was looking for in previous clips. This wrapped this whole thing up for me in a nice little perfect package. If these trailers are an inkling of where this movie is going? It has potential to be even better than the first. Not only that, it's double/tripling down on the the nostalgia/pop culture thing this time around. Which as an old school gamer was one of my favorite parts about the first. November 21st seems like a long wait, but in all actuality, it's just around the corner. This trailer was everything I needed to go into this one with no worries at all. What's y'all's thoughts on this newest trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet ? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
I'm officially super excited for Mary Poppins Returns after this trailer. They made sure to show you this has a little of everything you loved from the original. This gives a real look into what to expect from the upcoming sequel. It seems much in same ballpark as this year's Christopher Robin . As it looks like it's really going to deal with growing up, & forgetting what's important while lost in your grownup world. Which is also basically the original theme, totally forgetting your children while wrapped up in the complications of life. Mary Poppins pops in right when she's needed the most. With music, dancing, magic, & a little trip to an animated world. Writing all this brings me to my biggest 2 concerns. Are we just going through the motions of what has already been done? Just playing on nostalgia? And if not can Mary Poppins really return from 1964? Will this film work in 2018 with a mass audience? The first is the one that concerns me the most. This trailer looks more like a remake than a sequel. In fact, if you were to turn off the sound, I'd argue some would just think it was a remake. Putting that major concern aside though, I thought the trailer was amazing. Everyone looked perfect in their roles, the animation looked absolutely amazing, & it totally captured the spirit of the original Mary Poppins . There is a chance this just feels rehashed, but to judge just by this trailer alone, December 19th has a lot of potential to be great. I'm curious to hear what y'all think though? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
The new trailer for Pixar's Incredibles 2 reuses some footage from the 2017 D23 Expo alongside some new Edna Mode moments from the upcoming sequel. She's in a battle for sole rights to the Incredible's superhero wardrobe, & I'm so hoping they build on this notion more. I loved this footage the first time around, & if I were Disney*Pixar I'd use it again too. The real life model approach is friggin hilarious. I k is it's going to be stuck in my head every time I see her in screen now. Anyway, really fun trailer, what do y'all think? Put it in the comments, like, and share.
I was expecting a little announcement type tease like we got with Mary Poppins Returns on Sunday for Christopher Robin. Instead I got an actual teaser trailer. I've been excited for this film since I heard they had nabbed Ewan McGregor for Christopher Robin. This teaser was everything I was expecting. This is to Winnie the Pooh what Hook was to Peter Pan . In fact, Christopher looks to almost be in the same spot as Peter was in the beginning of that film. If I thought I got nostalgic for a look at Ms. Poppins, I went back to crib & diapers the second I heard Pooh. Coming soon, Christopher Robin is directed by Marc Forster from a screenplay by Alex Ross Perry and Allison Schroeder and a story by Perry based on characters created by A.A. Milne. Produced by Brigham Taylor and Kristin Burr with Renée Wolfe and Jeremy Johns serving as executive producers, the film also stars Hayley Atwell as Christopher's wife Evelyn, Bronte Carmichael as his daughter Madeline, and Mark Gatiss as Keith Winslow, Robin’s boss. Voicing are favorite silly ol bear & crew will be Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh; Chris O’Dowd as Tigger; Brad Garrett as Eeyore; Toby Jones as Owl; Nick Mohammed as Piglet; Peter Capaldi as Rabbit; and Sophie Okonedo as Kanga. I can't wait! Are y'all on board for Christopher Robin? What about this teaser? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Got a trailer for Pixar's upcoming, long awaited sequel, Incredibles 2 during the Winter Olympics. It basically followed the rundown we've been getting. Rich guy wants Elastigirl to be the face of "Supers" returning to the limelight. Meanwhile, Mr. Incredible gets to play Mr. Mom while Jack-Jack's multiple power set is emerging. I'm loving this first look at this film! The first film was the best interpretation of the Fantastic Four we've ever had. This looks like it's going to pick up right where that one left off, & hit the ground running. I never thought I would be saying that the best parts of this movie look like they're going to come from Mr. Incredible's adventures in babysitting. Judging by this trailer alone, I feel like this is going to be everything we've been waiting for. With an extra helping of Frozone this time around! I'm sure we'll be getting more on the way to June 15th, but so far I'm lovin' what I'm seein'. What did y'all think about this trailer? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
This newest TV spot for the Globes is probably the best put together trailer for Disney's A Wrinkle In Time to date. All it's missing is a shot of the creepy suburbia in there & it'd be perfect. Everything in this trailer looks great. That's just judging this trailer though, I still have some performance worries from previous trailers. This does put them a little more at ease though. I'm thinking this is going to shape up do be a pretty decent family flick. Not great, but it looks like it's going to be good, & a little something for everyone. That said, I hope it blows me away, but my expectations are at a solid good until then. Whay do y'all think though? What's your excitement level for A Wrinkle In Time? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
The second trailer for Disney's A Wrinkle in Time has dropped, & for me it comes with mixed feelings. It's visuals are stunning to say the least, this thing looks beautiful. The story sounds very intriguing, I can't wait to dive into this. I was going to watch the original, but I remember it so little I don't want to spoil this one by doing so. My only worry, just from the trailer, is the performances come off kinda hollow. I don't know if that's just in the fact that there's no real context or what. I just felt like the actors were actors, & that's never good. You want to lose yourself to the fact that those are the characters, & like I said, with more context, not just clips, that could come through. I'm actually more concerned this winds up like Tomorrowland. I thought that movie was great, something Walt would've loved, & no one went to see it. That was a real shame. I hope this one is just as good, better even, but even more so, I hope people go to find out. Dug the trailer overall, caught my attention, & my imagination. Question is what did y'all think? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Pixar wanted to give us one more look at Coco with this final trailer, before it's right around the corner release on Thanksgiving day. I will not be seeing this one the night before. I've decided that since the wife has to work Thanksgiving eve, we will all be spending this Turkey Day together as a family with with Coco. This trailer did nothing to change my mind of that. As with everything else, every time I see more of this movie I get more & more excited. Everything about it is beautiful, & if you forgot, it starts with a long short starring everyone's favorite summer snowman, Olaf in Olaf's Frozen Adventure. I'm so excited for this film I'm not only thinking about buying one of those awesome plush flying cat things, I might brake tradition & pick up the soundtrack before this movie even comes out. I fell in love with the music first anyway... Gonna switch this up a little bit, If you're not "signed on" already for this film, why? I'm wanting to know if there's anyone with mixed feelings on this one? What's your hang ups? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
I'm still waiting on tickets to go on sale for this, because Pixar's Coco definitely already has my money. For those who aren't already signed up though, here's a new featurette & trailer fro the upcoming adventure into the land of the dead. The featurette is really where this film shines as they go over all the painstaking attention to detail that the crew got to be hands-on with as they were on location. They really went out of their way to capture the authentic sights & sounds of Mexico. I couldn't be more excited for this movie. What do y'all think though? Not just about the featurette & the trailer, but about the film as a whole? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
A Wrinkle In Time released it's trailer, & this movie looks really good. I mentioned earlier in the week that Disney had tried this before, but came up short. Even as a kid I was convinced that was because they just didn't have the means to pull it off. This trailer proves they can definitely pull it off now. This has me fully intrigued about this March 9, upcoming film. At times this thing looks flat out creepy. Based on Madeline L'Engle's classic, directed by Ava DeVernay from a screenplay by Jennifer Lee, this film will star: Oprah Winfrey, Reese Wtiherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Pena, Levi Miller, Deric McCabe, Andre Holland, Rowan Blanchard, Zach Galifianakis, Chris Pine, & introduces Storm Reid. Awesome trailer though, I hope this doesn't go the way of Disney's usual live-action, non-animated classic, movies. I still have to convince people to give Tomorrowland & John Carter a chance. They're really good, but no one will watch them. I hope this doesn't just jump on that list. Anyway, let us know what you think of the trailer in the comments, like & share.
The featurette for Coco has released a trailer. Why is this featurette so important as to get a trailer? Beacause it's Olaf's Frozen Adventure. That's right, everyone's favorite summer lovin snowman is gettin a solo. A short solo, but a solo nonetheless. Featuring four new songs, this will reunite Josh Gad, Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, & Jonathan Groff from the original. It's to be directed by Kevin Deters and Steve Wermers-Skelton and produced by Roy Conli, with the original songs being by Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson. This trailer's really good, with the featurette coming off looking hilarious. It actually made me laugh out loud more than a couple times. Now I'll say something that's going to be really unpopular though. The first time I saw Frozen, I didn't really care for it. It's grown on me a lot since, but even though I didn't care for it, I loved Olaf. He quickly became one if my favorite animated characters. So needless to say, this just gave me another reason to be counting down the days until November 22. Tell us what you thought of this trailer down below, & don't forget to please like & share.
This trailer is perfect, all the way down to the choice of song. I'll be honest when the first Cars came out I was a naysayer all the way up to the point of the movie's release. I just didn't see what you could possibly make about talking cars that would be worth watching. I was wrong. This wound up becoming, & still is, one of my favorite Pixar films. I couldn't believe how much heart it had. Then the sequel came. I felt as if I got a slapstick, cartoonish version of the original classic as a follow-up. When the third was announced I had no hope. However, since the first teaser trailer of Cars 3, I've been pumped for this. It really looks like they've toned it back & got more into a more down to earth, as real as talking cars can be story. That's what I think got to me about the sequel, it was a spy story, not a cars story. This trailer also wants to remind you this is a Pixar movie as well with some word from the late Paul Newman's Doc Hudson. To stir up the emotions as Pixar does best. What do y'all think of this trailer? Are y'all as excited for Cars 3 as I am? Let us know in the comments, like, & share. Also, don't forget to look for the movie review on Friday.
When the poster came out, I had mentioned how everything that comes out for this movie makes it seem as if this will be Pixar's most beautiful film to date musically & visually. This trailer just adds more fuel to that fire. It does what great trailers do. Instead of more "tease" shots, they build on the teaser. Filling in & building on the shots that they've showed us already. Next, I have to mention the first major stand-out of this trailer as it starts, voiceover. I don't need this in every trailer made, as it got out of hand, but I miss this. A good voiceover is just awesome for some reason. That out of the way, & other than just giving us some more time on what they've already showed us, this one a little different from what we've seen. It doesn't focus on Coco wanting to play music. This trailer seems to put it's focus on the "fish out of water" story, with a living person never being in the land of the dead. With the dead's shock, his shock, & his family trying to help him get out, this seems like it's what's going to be the major portion of the comedy of this movie. Really good trailer. Still not a worry in the world on this one. This is really shaping up to be one of my most anticipated films this year. Let us know what you think of this trailer in the comments, like, & share.
New trailer for the upcoming Cars 3. This one showcases some more of Arnie Hammer's Jackson Storm, Lightning McQueen's (Owen Wilson) new high-tech rival. You also get some more hilarious looks at Lightning's Rocky-esque training with race tech Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) in an attempt to make a comeback at the Florida 500 after a rather nasty accident. All these trailers are pointing to a turnaround from the lackluster sequel. I not only really like this trailer, I've seen nothing so far that worries me that this movie won't be anything but great. I would love to see this too, as I adored the first Cars. Probably more than a grown man should for that matter. Anyway, what do you think of this new trailer? Let us know in the comments, like, & share.
The Cars 3 trailer has arrived. This one definitely looks like it's taking itself way more seriously this time around, & in my eyes that's a good thing. I wasn't a fan of the sequel to Cars. Which was a shame, because I really enjoyed the first outing. Mainly because of how serious it seemed to take itself, while being a movie abut talking cars. Much like this one looks, it tackled some serious issues. This time around it looks like the issue at hand is Owen Wilson's, Lightning McQueen coming to grips with not being able to keep up with younger, faster up & coming race cars. A real concern in life, not just for sports either. After leaving the track early via the accident seen in the teaser earlier in the year we get to follow McQueen's journey back to he track. With the help of newcomer Cruz Ramirez voiced by Cristela Alonzo he has to fight his way to not only be back in shape, but enough to take on faster than lightning (punny huh?) Armie Hammer as Jackson Storm for the Piston Cup. We're kinda moving away from the plot of Days Of Thunder. Anyway, I can't wait. This trailer was great; really got a sense of what they're going for this time around without giving it all away. What do y'all think? Cars 3? Let us know in the comments.
I'm now starting to feel over trailered as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales releases it international trailer. I'm just staring to feel I know things I didn't want to know. First, we get Orlando Bloom's Will Turner. Followed by the revelation that Brenton Thwaites is playing his son, Henry Turner. Now, we have this trailer confirming Keira Knightley's return as Elizabeth Swan. For all I know this could be the first 5 minutes of the film, but still, wouldn't it have been awesome to be in the theater & then BOOM! Elizabeth Swan, you're welcome. Surprise cameos are what's up! I just hope we didn't skip a really cool reveal for one that comes off lackluster. It seems like a waste to not confirm these things for so long, & give it up right before the release. I still can't wait to see Pirates though don't get me wrong. They're 3 for 4 in my book, & the 1 wasn't horrible, it just wasn't as great as yhe others. Kinda meh. Whatcha think, too much? Leave it in the comments, like & share.