Once again, a slew of trailers have been released for our viewing pleasure. Let's take a peek at them, shall we?
I know that first trailer of Tarsem Singh's upcoming rival Snow White film, "Mirror, Mirror" came out on the same day as of the last post. I didn't want confuse you into thinking that they are the same movie. Far from it. Snow White (Lily Collins) is chased by the Evil Queen, inexplicably played by Julia Roberts. That cutie Armie Hammer is in the movie as the Prince and Nathan Lane as the Queen's manservant, Brighton. It opens March 16, 2012.
The second trailer for the next sappy, syrupy Nicholas Sparks adaptation, "The Vow" has been released. Urgh! Why do people get sucked into this bullshit over and over again? Sparks alum Rachel McAdams (The Notebook) and Channing Tatum (Dear John) comes together about a couple gets into a car accident. The wife loses the memories of their time together and he tries to make her fall in love with him again. It opens February 10, 2012.
Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster reunite with "The Messenger" director, Oren Moverman for what is being touted as the movie with the most corrupt cop ever put on screen. That is a big statement to say the least. Harrelson plays Dave Brown, a veteran police officer in 1990s LA. His life is spiraling out of control. The movie has all star cast of Ice Cube, Anne Heche, Cynthia Nixon, Ned Beatty, Robin Wright, Steve Buscemi and Sigourney Weaver. It opens January 27, 2012 wide.
"Gone" seems like the kind of disposable movie that would typically come out in the vast wasteland between January to April. It deals with Jill (Amanda Seyfried) who tries to find a serial killer that kidnaps her sister Molly (Emily Wickersham) who kidnapped her years earlier. Whatever. The movie opens February 27, 2012.
I am surprised that nobody is reporting about the first trailer for Pixar's upcoming movie, "Brave". People have been buzzing about this movie when the first images of the movie came out. the movie follows a young girl named Merida who defies her family's tradition to be a warrior in medieval Scotland. It opens Summer 2012.