A new red band featurette for The Family focuses almost exclusively on the other f-word.
That means we get a featurette devoted to Robert De Niro's inexhaustibly expressive use of a single four-letter word with which, as his son in the film says, "he can express the entire range of human emotions."
It's been too long since we've had a major comedy predicated on a happily destructive prank war.
Neighbors is here to end that long drought, pitting Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne against Zac Efron and Dave Franco as the leaders of a frat that moves in next door to the square young couple.
Bad Milo is about a man with a stress-induced colon issue that turns out to be an intestinal demon, a toothy little imp which, when loosed from his ass, goes on something like a killing spree.
Naturally, Bad Milo calls for a red band trailer.
With The Kings of Summer kicking off its theatrical run in limited release tomorrow, May 31st, CBS Films has dropped a clip that showcases the formidable deadpan of supporting player Nick Offerman.
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.