There are three types of parody trailers and film summaries: Cinema Sins, How It Should Have Ended, and Honest Trailers. We’ve seen many types of these videos for various films, and it shouldn’t be the least bit surprising that we have one for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. We already have a How Should Captain America: The Winter Soldier Have Really Ended, but it’s time to poke a few more holes before Cinema Sins put a few more nails in the coffin. Hit the jump to check the full video out. [Read more...]
A satire comedy like The Interview starring James Franco and Seth Rogen pretty much sets itself up for a fun viral marketing campaign, and now we are getting just that with a new faux interview hosted by Franco’s entertainment journalist character Dave Skylark. Titled “Dave Skylark’s Very Special VMA Special,” the faux interview actually is a promotion for MTV’s the Video Music Awards.
Featuring VMA nominees and performers Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, and Jason Derulo, the special has the stars subjecting themselves to the antics of the fictional celebrity tabloid TV show “Skylark Tonight.” The special includes Franco as Skylark and Rogen as producer Aaron Rapoport, grilling each interviewee about everything ranging from the benefits of being Australian, trying to bait one to singing one’s name, to the size of certain body parts hit the jump to see the entire interview. [Read more...]
New Star Wars Rebels shorts are being released in anticipation for Disney XD’s upcoming animated series. The film takes place after the events of Clone Wars but before Episode IV: A New Hope, and centers on a group of rebels whose actions will spark the the creation of the Rebel Alliance.
This week Disney has released the Star Wars short for Sabine, the Mandalorian Human who’s skilled in weaponry and has a taste for flashy art. Hit the jump to check out the short. [Read more...]
We are already nearing two weeks since the release of Guardians of the Galaxy, and true Marvel fans – all of whom should have told everyone not to leave the theater until the end of the credits by now – might have seen those hilarious extra credit scenes by now.
But if you haven’t seen it yet, or for some reason could not stay until after the credits, then the following video may just be considered a spoiler, although, I wouldn’t consider it a huge spoiler. Yahoo! has released the extra scene of Groot dancing after the Guardians served their heroic duties. Hit the jump to see Groot bust a move, plus a few words from James Gunn, who was actually the inspiration behind the scene. [Read more...]
We spend a lot of hours on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, posting photos, liking status, and retweeting things. But sometimes we come across stupid posts, and ask ourselves, why isn’t there a “dislike” button, or “I hate this” button. While Facebook or any of the other social media platforms won’t give us what we won’t, the people over at 20th Century Fox is making the “dislike” option a little easier by offering us “Let’s Be Cops” social media citations.
It’s exactly what it sounds like. You can hand out social media citations to things you you don’t like or deem stupid. Hit the jump to see what kind of citations you can hand out, plus a hilarious viral video that will help you figure out when to hand these citations out. [Read more...]
No superhero movie is safe from plotholes, all of their scripts have them, and videos from Honest Trailers and How It Should Have Ended are more than happy to point them out. But for How It Should Have Ended, they provide their own alternate endings for said film.
Now with Marvel Studios releasing one successful film after another, some of the bigger plot holes in the film are a bit more obvious, like how come Iron Man, Thor, or Captain America didn’t call the Avengers to help when they had the chance. The film’s merely glossed over that, and expected us to accept the notion that just because it is a solo film, they are on their own.
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier hitting store shelves next month, the people over at How It Should Have Ended released heir latest video, How Captain America The Winter Soldier Should Have Ended. Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]
Paramount will be releasing a brand new iteration of the iconic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles this Friday. It’s been a little over thirty years since the first film hit theaters, and the Jonathan Liebesman-directed incarnation is the first to use the motion-capture technology and combine it with live action. Should the film be a huge success at the box office, this could mean that the newer generation could be seeing more of these turtles and less of the ones we remember from the 90s.
Now to help promote the film, Paramount has released a brand new clip, which features our four heroes in a half shell amping themselves up for a battle against the Shredder by beat boxing. Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]
The Guardians of the Galaxy, which earned a suprising $94 million at the box office this weekend, plus a nice $11.7 million on Monday, has been described as the Star Wars for a new generation. And as such, it’s lead hero, Star-Lord, needs a signature spaceship. In this case, it is called the Milano. Marvel has released a new video that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the insides and outsides of the Milano. Plus film star Chris Pratt give you a tour at what it took to bring Star-Lord’s ship to life on the big screen.
Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]
This year, Chris Pratt has played a nobody, who loves listening to his favorite songs, who also discovers an ancient relic, and is chased by a disgruntled cop, and teams up with a lovable group of misfits, to save the world from an incredible force of destruction. In a spaceship. Yup, he’s already done it once as a Lego minifigure in The Lego Movie, and now he’s going to have to do it again as a human being in Guardians of the Galaxy (Check out our review here). But what if the two were to be mashed up into once incredibly awesome video. We’ll it’s happened.
YouTube star Forrest Whaley has created this awesome video, which has been given a stamp of approval by the Walt Disney Company themselves. Hit the jump to check it out. [Read more...]
Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel) is a tree alien humanoid who only says “I am Groot.” As a alien of few words, it be interesting to see or hear what it’s like to speak those three words in different languages. Well before the US release of Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel Studios has released a video of Diesel dubbing those three words (exclusively in that order of course) in five different languages: Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, French and Russian. The dubbing, intended to uniquely customize the moviegoing experience for international audiences, took place recently in Los Angeles during post-production in collaboration with key marketing teams around the globe. Hit the jump to watch him voice Groot on a global scale. [Read more...]