Universal Pictures has unveiled a teaser poster and our first look at footage from this summer's Kick-Ass 2 in the form of a red band trailer that is almost exactly what you'd expect.
Earlier this week, we saw two Russian TV spots for Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Now, we've got a full trailer that is more our speed for two reasons. First, it's in English. Second, it's red band, meaning we get some English expletives.
A new red band trailer for April's Evil Dead remake has screamingly barreled online. If the red band teaser made you nauseous back in October, then you might want to opt out of this one, because it unloads the grueling terror with both barrels.
While Twitter provides a forum for more terrible Mayan apocalypse jokes than any sane person would ever want to see, the first teaser trailer for This Is the End has arrived online, proving that the end of the world can, in fact, be funny.
Between the new theatrical one-sheet revealed on Friday and a brand new red band featurette, it appears that Universal Pictures is really getting the This Is 40 marketing underway.
What if, after their brush with death at the hands of a witch in a candy house, Hansel and Gretel grew up to be a pair of leather-clad predators slaying sorceresses across Europe in the 19th century? That's the idea behind Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the sibling duo. A new red band trailer does most of the same things as the first trailer, but adds in some exploding bodies, while a poster goes less bloody.
Sam Raimi's original Evil Dead was sold as "The ultimate experience in grueling terror" back in 1981. The first teaser trailer for the new Evil Dead remake produced by Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Ash himself Bruce Campbell, has splattered its way online, and the thoroughly red-band trailer suggests that the remake is aggressively looking to claim that "grueling terror" title.
Even if it weren't the much-anticipated sophomore feature from writer-director Martin McDonagh, Seven Psychopaths would be worth getting all lathered up for simply because it puts Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken, Woody Harrelson, and Tom Waits in one movie. To get a feel for just how completely McDonagh's movie takes advantage of its ensemble cast, check out a new behind the scenes featurette that combines new footage with mucking about and lots of casual swearing.
The To Do List, formerly and improbably titled The Hand Job, has debuted its very first trailer, which also doubles as an announcement of the comedy's February 14, 2013 release date.
On the off chance that you might be thinking a movie that was originally called The Hand Job might be a light and fuzzy Valentine's Day romantic comedy, however, this The To Do List trailer's red band advises that the film is rated R on account of "persuasive [sic?] strong crude and sexual content including graphic dialogue, drug and alcohol use and language – all involving teens."
The bootlegging Bondurant brothers, who kept their corner of Virginia awash in high quality moonshine during Prohibition, did not lead gentle or chaste lives. As such, no green band trailer for Lawless could really sell the film based on those lives properly. That's why, with a week until the movie begin rolling out in limited release, The Weinstein Company has unveiled a red band Lawless trailer, complete with some blood, a little bit of nudity, and Gary Oldman shooting a tommy gun with no small amount of style.