Sony Online Entertainment has just released an awesome new trailer for DC Universe Online showing your favorite DC heroes and villains going at it in and destroying everything around them in the process. Check it out below.
A new trailer for Resident Evil: Afterlife starring Mila Jovovich has been released. This time around, Alice is rejoined by Claire Redfield as well as Chris Redfield, played by Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) who will be making his first appearance in the Resident Evil Series. Resident Evil: Afterlife is set to open on September 10th.
At Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards, Scott Pilgrim director Edgar Wright unveiled an exclusive clip from the film. Michael Cera may have a reputation for playing the same character in each movie he’s in, but it seems this may be a change of pace for him. While still awkward, Scott Pilgrim seems like kind of a badass. Anyway, enjoy as Scott Pilgrim takes on evil ex #2, Lucas Lee.
Monday Night Combat is coming to E3 and Uber Entertainment is celebrating by releasing a trailer, commercial thing. For those who aren’t familiar with Monday Night Combat it’s a class based third-personshooter. In other words it’s a third-person version of Team Fortress 2.
There’s some more info and pictures after the break. Read On
Everyone loves zombies. Just look at the success of titles like Left 4 Dead, Dead Rising and the earlier Resident Evil’s. Even zombie movies have captured our hearts with movies like Shaun of the Dead, 28 Days Later and the George A. Romero series. Ah there’s nothing like a good zombie movie. But I bet you never heard of Takao Nakano’s Big Tits Zombie 3D. Now I know a lot of us are getting sick of 3D but doesn’t that sound like a movie you’d want to see in 3D? And if the title doesn’t excite you check out the synopsis and trailer past the break.
Ain’t It Cool News has revealed a Cinco de Mayo trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Ethan Maniquis’ Machete, opening in theaters on September 3. The feature version of the “fake” trailer from Grindhouse stars Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro, Michelle Rodriguez, Lindsay Lohan, Cheech Marin, Jeff Fahey, Don Johnson and Steven Seagal.
Finally! I’ve been waiting for this movie since I saw the fake trailers on Planet Terror/Death Proof. We’ve all known this little project was going on for a while now but a release date just makes it so much more better to savor. And who doesn’t love and old-school style exploitation film?
Below is the trailer.
Source: Ain’t It Cool
30 years ago, on May 21, 1980, the release of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back was unleashed upon the world. We were introduced to new worlds and new characters such as Lando Calrissian and of course Yoda. Being the 30 year anniversary, below is the original theatrical trailer for The Empire Strikes Back. It was actually the second trailer (the first being a teaser) released but the first to contain actual footage from the movie. And its narrated by Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford. Quote from starwars.com:
Narrated by Harrison Ford (yup, that’s Han hamming it up with his best 1930s announcer impression), the trailer contains a few noteworthy gems, such as the famously cut “Threepio ripping the sign off the door” shot. Originally, the invading Imperials were to enter the door, sans warning sign, to be subsequently attacked by a pack of angry wampas. The sequence was ultimately cut from the film, but not before this small hint of its existence was forever immortalized by the trailer.
For the trailer jump past the break.