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  1. We've got shiny ships, aliens with oddly geometric lines on their faces, and an intense crash landing. Star Trek Beyond Trailer #2 (2016) - Paramount Pictures The second Star Trek Beyond trailer dropped this weekend, and it gives us a much better sense of what our heroes will be dealing with in this flick. For those who haven't been paying attention, the premise of the new movie is pretty simple: New bad guy Krall (Idris Elba, unrecognizable under spinyface makeup) wrecks the Enterprise with a seriously badass weapon; everybody is marooned on a planet; and there are motorcycles. Given that the movie was directed by Justin Lin of Fast and the Furious fame, you can bet that the action scenes are deluxe and the motorcycles look great. Star Trek Beyond was co-written by comedian Simon Pegg, who plays Scotty, and the snippets of dialogue we get in this trailer are pretty hit-or-miss. All the daddy issues confessions we get at the beginning of the trailer are just awkward and feel like warmed-over crap from the first movie. But there are a couple of funny one-liners, and I like the repartee between Spock and Bones. But is this the Trek movie you've really been waiting for? Many fans felt like Star Trek Into Darkness was, shall we say, less than great. So there's nowhere to go but up. The movie is out in the States on July 22. Article source
  2. After decades of waiting for a new Ghostbusters movie, here’s your first footage from one. To celebrate the launch of this awesome trailer, we talked with director Paul Feig, producer Ivan Reitman and writer Katie Dippold, and they told us why this trailer reintroduces so many of the things we love. GHOSTBUSTERS - Official Trailer This trailer starts by nudging your nostalgia with familiar music and visuals. Then, once we get to the new stuff... it still feels familiar. We see a library ghost, Slimer, proton packs, and Ecto-1—but everything is just slightly tweaked and modernized. Even the characters, three radically different scientists and a local resident, mirror the original film. Meanwhile, the humor feels a bit more physical than the first movie, which is in line with Feig’s other movies (Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy) but it mostly works. Really, what you get here is simply, a brand new Ghostbusters. Wednesday, speaking to an audience of super fans in Los Angeles (who stood and cheered the trailer, twice) as well as members of the press, Feig explained that the nostalgic feel of the trailer is part of the movie itself. “I’d be bummed if I didn’t see the Ecto-1 and all that stuff,” he said. “So we wanted to make sure we give those nods—but make them our own, and give them their own original origin story. When you see the movie, there will be a lot of things you’re happy to see, but they’re coming at you at a slightly different way.” Make no mistake, despite the cameos, and the recognizable people, places and music, this new Ghostbusters is a reboot, not a sequel. The film-makers wanted to start from scratch, so this world, and these characters, would have to earn their place. “To say ghosts have existed for 30 years [would be] a different world,” Dippold said. “In the original it’s so fun to see the ghosts unleashed for the first time and we didn’t want to skip over it.” Plus, Feig added, “I didn’t like the idea of them being handed technology. I wanted to see it developed.” The fact that the characters develop the technology themselves is also one of the things that carries over from the first movie: Science is crucial to the film. “It was really important to us to make them scientists,” Feig said. “That’s what I love about the first one, the idea that Ivan, Dan [Aykroyd] and Harold [Ramis] had—people fighting the paranormal with science—just really resonated with us.” So in this movie, Erin, played by Kristen Wiig, is a particle physicist. Melissa McCarthy’s character, Abby, is an expert in the paranormal. Kate McKinnon plays Jillian, a nuclear engineer who creates all the technology. Finally, Leslie Jones’s Patty joins the team because she knows New York, and the film needed an “everyman,” just like Winston in the original. Feig also said he cast these actresses because their on-screen personas line up perfectly with the characters. “Kristin is this kind of vulnerable comedian, Melissa is a headstrong comedian, then you’ve got Kate who’s just the weirdo-nut, and Leslie is just a powerhouse that comes at you,” he said. As for the ghosts our heroes are fighting, Feig wanted them to look very particular and familiar, before things begin to go off the walls. “Being such a science nut, I wanted these ghosts to be what I always considered a ghost to be, which is dead people coming back.” he said. So the main ghosts of the movie are humanoid, but things will definitely change. Change has been at the heart of this new Ghostbusters from the beginning. Early on, a small but vocal group of people began complaining about the new team being all female. However, Feig said that’s not addressed in the movie. “The first movie worked, because it had four of the funniest people in it,” he said. “I just wanted the funniest people, and the funniest people I happen to know are these women. Ghostbusters is for everybody” And Feig sees this as the beginning of a new era of Ghostbusters. “I have such a love for this property and what I really wanted to do was bring it to a new generation. Give a new generation their own team,” he said. “This comes from such a pure place,” Feig continued. “This thing that [Reitman, Aykroyd and Ramis] created, this idea is such a great idea. It’s such an amazing franchise that had two amazing movies, but it could just keep going. There’s so many things you can do with it. It just seemed terrible to leave it in a box.” Well, no matter what happens next, that box is finally opened again. Article source
  3. The May 13th release date for the new Doom game from Id Software and Bethesda is rapidly approaching, and while we were treated to a new campaign trailer several weeks ago, now it's time for multiplayer details to spill. A new multiplayer trailer was released today with plenty of new gameplay footage, as well as the dates for an upcoming beta on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and how players can participate. "Bloody. Brutal. And VERY fast," is the PR blurb accompanying the new trailer, and judging by the footage, it's a very accurate description. Those who played the original Doom and Quake games are likely to feel at home here, as the combat looks to be frantic and twitchy, just like the FPSes of the old days. As for the upcoming beta, it's scheduled to take place from March 31st until April 3rd, and will be held on all the platforms the final game is releasing for. Unfortunately, the multiplayer trial will not be open for everyone, as it requires previous purchase of Wolfenstein: The New Order, and redeeming a beta code that was included. Those who get to participate will have access to Team Deathmatch, along with the new Warpath game mode. Two maps will be available, Heatwave and Infernal, along with weapons, armor, and taunts that have to be seen. slashgear.com
  4. Sony's hit PS4 exclusive Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is just two months away from its April 26th release date, so they've taken it upon themselves to finally shed a little on the game's story with a new trailer. Previous videos have showcased the title's action gameplay and beautiful environments, while teasing the emergence of hero Nathan Drake's brother. Now we've got a better idea of why the two are working together and how Drake got dragged into another adventure. Uncharted 4 is set to take place a few years after the events of Uncharted 3, which ended with Drake retiring from the treasure hunting business to be with love interest Elena. We hear several lines of dialog of Drake's brother persuading him to go on this one last hunt, and a few shots of him dealing with the temptation. But even more than the story details, the most impressive part of the trailer is the absolutely gorgeous visuals. It isn't made clear who everyone is that appears in the trailer, but then nobody wants to have everything spoiled this early. The other significance made clear with the new video, not to mention the subtitle of "A Thief's End," is that this will be developer Naughty Dog's final Uncharted game, or at least the last one with series hero Drake. Uncharted 4 has been eagerly awaited by fans for some time now, especially with a handful of delays that pushed it back from its original scheduled release last fall. Sony has been building up the game's debut, with various collector's editions and a limited edition console bundle. http://www.slashgear.com/new-uncharted-4-story-trailer-reveals-trouble-in-a-beautiful-paradise-24428919/
  5. Just enough time to watch an episode a day until the the start of the new seriesIt's a nonstop news day here at The Multiverse. Not only did we just get word of a 2018 Han Solo solo project, but now there's a new X-Files trailer on YouTube to enjoy as well (see below). As previously reported, Fox is bringing back FBI agents Scully and Mulder (who hasn't yet died from autoerotic asphyxiation) in a six-part series starting 201 days from now. 201 days is an important number for the X-Files because that's how many episodes are already on the books. Indeed, Fox has used this trailer to encourage fans to watch along, an episode a day, until the premiere of the new series on January 24, 2016. Although there's not much new footage in the teaser, there is some new footage starting at the 30 second mark, beginning with Mulder in a disused hanger with what's either a UFO or a helicopter outside: The fact that the revived X-Files will be helmed by original show runner Chris Carter in addition to having many of the original cast is something that warms our hearts. Whether or not we can restrict ourselves to a single episode a day between now and January is less clear. Now if you'll excuse me, I think I want to pop the Lone Gunmen into the DVD player...Source
  6. It Was Only A Matter Of Time (24 hours later): LEGO Version Of The New Star Wars Teaser Trailer This is a stop-motion LEGO version of the new Star Wars teaser trailer. Youtuber Snooperking made it within a day of the original coming out. Obviously, the quality kind of reflects that. Source
  7. First President, now Dictator? Frank is really on a roll. :lol:
  8. Hype for Godzilla is starting to ramp up, and if the latest trailer is anything to go by, all the excitement may be well deserved. A new trailer out today gives the public its longest look yet at director Gareth Edwards' modern take on the classic monster movie, and it's quite a ride. Best of all, it includes our first good glimpse at what the massive beast looks like in its latest incarnation. Its size truly dwarfs the Godzillas of old, and, unlike the 1954 Japanese original, it looks like this version of the monster will put a good fright into audiences. We'll find out for sure when it hits theaters on May 16th. Source
  9. What the new trailer for Jupiter Ascending, the new science-fiction/fantasy flick from the Wachowskis, lacks in originality—which is to say, everything—it makes up for in enthusiasm and epic grandeur. Yes, we’ve seen this story told before more than once, but when it looks this much fun, do you really care? The movie centers around Jupiter (Mila Kunis), who spends her days cleaning toilets for a living before an alien—Channing Tatum, because why not?—reveals that she is, in fact, a space princess. Of course, that discovery leads to plots on behalf of those who’d want to stop her from claiming the power that’s rightfully hers, which in turn leads to space battles and the stuff of which special effects companies are made of. Any complaints about that simply being Cinderella meets Star Wars with a little Man of Steel thrown in should be suspended until you’ve actually taken a moment to consider how wonderful that sounds. With derring-do, fairy tales updated for an audience who embraced Avatar, and the on-screen pairing of Tatum and Kunis, Jupiter Ascending feels like it’s a purposeful attempt on behalf of writer/directors Lana and Andy Wachowski to re-embrace the mainstream after the too-esoteric-for-the-masses Cloud Atlas. But on the basis of this trailer, if this is what going mainstream looks like, more moviemakers should try it. Jupiter Ascending hits theaters released July 18. Source