It’s only fitting that after the 2012 Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel would debut a trailer for the most epic, star-studded movie of all-time. It’s over eight minutes long, stars 2012 Oscar nominees George Clooney, Gary Oldman, and Meryl Streep plus Matt Damon, Jessica Alba, Samuel L. Jackson, Charlize Theron, Tom Hanks, Cameron Diaz and Gabourey Sidibe as Black Hitler (who threatens Earth while riding on a meteor). It is, as Kimmel himself put it, the “greatest movie ever made.”
While the movie world gathers to celebrate the best in film for 2012, the nominations for The Razzies – celebrating the absolute worst in film for 2012 – were announced and it was a record-breaking year. For Adam Sandler.
This summer’s animated adventure ‘Brave’ is notable for a few reasons: One, it’s Pixar’s first foray into the world of fairy tales (something their partners at Disney are quite good at) and, two, it’s Pixar’s first female-driven film. While the plot seems reminiscent of ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ – a young Scot fights the odds to battle a fierce beast while becoming a valiant hero – it’s the little things we see in this new extended clip that set ‘Brave’ apart from the rest.
It’s easy to feel out of the loop at an Oscar party. Odds are many of the films nominated this year for Oscars didn’t open up in a theater near you and even if they did, you may have been too busy to actually see them all. That’s where we come in.
There are a lot of movies to look forward to in 2012. So many, in fact, it’s easy to lose track of everything. We took a look back at some of the best movie trailers of the year to give you an idea of what 2012 has to offer at the movie theater. While the year is still young, there are already some amazing trailers.
Cowabunga, dude! The mega-popular ’80s franchise ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ is ready to make a big return to movie theaters in advance of their upcoming 30th anniversary. Paramount, Nickelodeon and producer Michael Bay are teaming up to bring back the “Heroes in a Half-Shell” with an all new reboot of the classic series.
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