There's Something Similar About 'Men In Black' And 'RIPD'

Can't put my finger on it. Now that you mention it I can see some similarities. (NextMovie)

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New 'Men In Black III' Trailer Reminds Us 'Men In Black III' Is Coming

Here come the Men in Black. Again. It's only three short months until Men in Black III hits the theaters, demonstrating exactly what all the drama from Will Smith's trailer (the giant one he parked in the middle of a New York street), Will Smith's supposed re-write of the script, and probably a lot of other Will Smith-related issues result in. Judging by this trailer, it's a lot of inconsistent stylization and some bizarre half-jokes from...yup, Will Smith. The 1960s time-travel story line seems to be tenuous at best, as though a writers' room had settled on a script, then a junior writer raised his hand and said, "What about Mad Men?" Then the entire room decided that they needed to set the movie in Austin Powers 1960s rather than any era that actually existed. One final note: The bikes that the agents ride look exactly like the vehicles from South Park that plug people's asses and mouths, but are still better than going through security at the airport.


'Orange Is The New Black' Gives Us The First Season 3 Trailer

It's light on plot, but it's got "dramedy" written all over it. It's been a year since your Facebook feed was riddled with posts anticipating the sophomore season of Orange is the New Black, so now we get our first look at season three of the Netflix dramedy that suggests life in a women's prison isn't really like Cinemax led us to believe. We don't get much in the way of story here, which is probably good, since that means I don't have to navigate spoiler territory, but it's safe to say that the tone of the trailer is in keeping with the tone of earlier seasons. Also, it warrants mentioning that Piper's looking a little rougher around the edges than before. Don't be surprised if we see her stray further into morally ambiguous waters. (Deadline)


Will Smith Goes Full Will Smith In 'Men In Black III' Trailer

Whoa. Whoa. You went too Will Smith, Will Smith. Sadly there's no one to defend the galaxy against Will Smith in the first trailer for Men In Black III. Here we mostly see Smith as Agent J marauding around New York City and giving aliens and humans alike some serious sass. I guess it's important to impress alien enemies with the latest slang before liquefying them with a ray gun. After ten years away from the screen, the MiB are still operating in secret under the nose of John Q. Public. A powerful enemy escapes their holding cell and travels backward in time to kill Agent K and rewrite history. Agent J, being the fan of history that he is, finds a way to jump back in time as well to stop the fiendish plot. This is a pretty vague first look, so let's look forward to a longer, more plot-driven trailer. In other words, let's see Alice Eve in some tiny 1960's dresses.


Back In <del>Black</del> Orange: 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 2 Trailer

Take another look inside the reality of women's prisons and all their wacky hairdos. Orange Is The New Black is back with a trailer for season two which was almost the perfect opportunity to use AC/DC's "Back In Black." Almost. Thanks to the shortsightedness of the show titling dept., there will be no rocking with anybody's anything out. The Netflix original series gives us a look inside the reality of women's prisons and all their wacky hairdos.


‘Black Death’ Trailer Is Torture

The international trailer for Black Death is here. Also, there is a movie called Black Death. The international trailer for Black Death is here. Also, there is a movie called Black Death. The year is 1348 and every place is a total sh*thole thanks to the Plague. Sean Bean stars as a knight who travels to a village rumored to be untouched by the disease. What he finds is paranoia and superstition and people acting like the bad guy from Saw. Hey, Year 1348 Europeans! Those are just movies. You're not supposed to actually put people in iron maidens. So easily influenced by the violent images they see on television. I think this is how juggalos started.


Spot The Differences In New Int. ‘X-Men: First Class’ Trailer

Another day, another 'X-Men: First Class' trailer. In a stunningly innovative new marketing strategy, the people at 20th Century Fox are releasing commercials for their upcoming blockbuster X-Men: First Class called "trailers." These trailers have generally been high-quality (unlike the "posters"), and create an atmosphere of anticipation for the movie. Nice work, 20th Century Fox! This trailer pretty similar to the last one, but there are a few surprises. And maybe particularly sharp-eyed viewers will be able to pick out even more. And if we have any visitors whose mutant power is that they can spot differences in similar movie trailers, it'll be like you're watching two completely different things. I don't think we have many of those though.