Category Archives: Trailers

Iron-Man 3 Parody Trailer


For this today’s “Stream of the Week”

I came across and awesome parody trailer of the upcoming movie Iron-Man 3 and this is simply AWESOME! Kudos for the people who made this video. Good Job Guys! ( >_,<)7


Behind the Scenes

Here’s the Video. Enjoy!

Actual Iron-Man 3 Trailer

The Avengers Theatrical Trailer – HOLY FREAKING AWESOME!

Here it is. The official trailer of the much anticipated movie of the upcoming year “THE AVENGERS” (May 2012). Enjoy.


“In Time” Trailer 2011 – All we have is time to save

Starring Amanda Seyfried & Justin Timberlake

Plot [1]: In a retro-future when the aging gene has been switched off, people stop aging at 25 years old. However, stamped on their arm is a clock of how long they will live. To avoid overpopulation, time has become the currency and the way people pay for luxuries and necessities. The rich can live forever, while the rest try to negotiate for their immortality. A poor young man is accused of murder when he inherits a fortune of time from a dead upper-class man over a century old prior to his death. He is forced to go on the run from a corrupt FBI-like police force known as the “Timekeepers”, as well as from a hoodlum-like middle-aged Mob called the “Minutemen”, led by a senior citizen named Fortis, who is 75 years old.

(1 – source: Wikipedia, In Time (film))

Gatchaman Movie Teaser (2011) – too bad it’s cancelled

Imagi began development of a film in 2004. Producer Tom Gray shared that the Imagi release will have a PG-13 rating, possibly pushing toward R.

When plans for a Gatchaman film were first announced in February 2006, it was with an expected 2008 release. Kevin Munroe (TMNT) was scheduled to write and direct, with Lynne Southerland (co-director of Mulan 2) as producer, and had begun initial treatment.However, in 2008, Munroe was taken off the project to direct Dylan Dog. Early script treatments were written by Paul Dini, but in fall 2007, he was released from the project. In June 2007, it was announced that Robert Mark Kamen was signed to write the screenplay in preparation for a 2008 release.

At the July 2008, Comic-Con, Imagi shared a Paul Dini-scripted trailer. In August, art director Felix Ip began posting screen-shots from the trailer. Neil Miller of Film School Rejects wrote, “At this point, I was not only forced to give the film a second look, but I was also very intrigued. What is this Gatchaman, and why does it look so damn cool? The answer to the latter question is simple, the folks over at Imagi have some serious game.”

In December 2009, auditors reported a growing concern qualification toward the half-year results posted by Imagi. The company had reported that it was on course for release of Astro Boy, but the audit firm said, “It is uncertain whether the group will have the necessary financial resources to complete [the films] Gatchaman, Tusker, and Cat Tale.” Then, in January 2009, the auditing firm officially announced that the studio lacked funding to complete the release of Tusker, Cat Tale, and Gatchaman, even though Felix Ip had reported that Gatchaman’s release was expected later in 2009. In June 2009, Imagi opened Gatchaman to licensing partners and announced a planned 3-D theatrical release for 2011.

In July 2009, at the Anime Expo, Imagi shared another 45-second teaser trailer as scripted by Dini, which did not reveal much of the plot, but it acted to allow the first public look at the new 3D characterizations of the main villain Galactor and the Gatchaman team both in and out of costume. The trailer also shared the film’s theme with juxtaposed text that stated, “A world in chaos, an alien evil, a lone warrior is found; Earth’s last hope, five shall rise, Gatchaman.”[24]

On December 11, 2009, Imagi’s Hong Kong-based parent company Imagi International Holdings Limited laid off 100 employees. but in January 2010, it announced that the Gatchaman project would be delivered in 100% stereoscopic 3D. However, in order to safeguard working capital, it would be closing its United States subsidiaries. The US closure was finalized in late January with the layoff of approximately 30 staffers and the retaining of a few key personnel who would continue to work as consultants as Imagi sought $30 million from investors to continue its animation projects. In February 2010, the parent company laid off another 300 employees, calling the layoffs temporary as it sought new investors.

In July, 2010, Imagi posted a new 1-minute teaser trailer of Gatchaman on its company Web site, with a release date stating 2011 at its conclusion.

On June 21, 2011 Imagi announced in their annual report that the Gatchaman film project is now officially dead.

Teaser 1

Teaser 2

(source: Wikipedia, Gatchaman, Planned Films)

GAIKING The Movie Trailer (2012) – Real? I wish.

I just saw the trailer on youtube and I might say, I was very impressed. The graphics, details,  music & sound effects, all were very well done and believable. For me it’s legit or so I hope and want it to be. You decide for yourself.

Gaiking [1], A mysterious mecha with a Daikū Maryū’s head on its chest. The unit was piloted by a baseball star named Sanshiro Tsuwabuki, known as Aries Astronopolous in the English version. It is launched when the Head of Daikū Maryū while Daikū Maryū launches Parts 1 (Arms and Chest) and 2 (Torso, Legs and Feet), combining it to form the mecha. The unit has a powerful feature called “Face Open”, which utilizes Gaiking’s hidden weapons. However, this machine’s origin and why it is made remains a mystery.

Gaiking the movie trailer 2012

(1 – source: Wikipedia, Gaiking)

“A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas” – Let’s get high in 3D! WOO!

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas is an upcoming 3D stoner comedy film directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and written by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg. The film stars John Cho, Kal Penn and Neil Patrick Harris. The main plot follows Harold (Cho) and Kumar (Penn), two estranged friends who embark on an adventure to find a new Christmas tree after Kumar destroys the original. It is a sequel to the 2004 film Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and the third installment in the Harold & Kumar film series. The film is scheduled for release on November 4, 2011 and will be the first installment to be shown in 3D.

(source: Wikipedia, A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas)


“Happy Feet Two” Trailer – Pe-Pe-Penguins! Hee! Hee!

Yes, they’re back. The loveable bunch of penguins are returning for another round of dancing, singing and a whole lot of loving, Penguin style.

The movie is about a dancing penguins… that’s it. So if you’re into cuddly animals, so cute and fluffy, then you should definitely watch this.

The movie will be released – November 18, 2011 in the United States
and December 15, 2011 in Australia.