rukkle presents all of the weekâ€™s best new trailers…
We’ve rounded up the week’s top trending and most shared trailers online, into one handy list!
Feast or famineâ€¦last week we struggled to find any trailer for you now this week weâ€™re bursting at the seams!
Exciting trailers for big-budget epics such as Cloud Atlas and Life of Pi and fun trailers for Bachelorette and The Oranges. And Kylie Minogue in a teen lesbian werewolf movie?
The Wachowskis join forces with Tom Tykwer to bring us the long-awaited adaptation of the beloved novel Cloud Atlas. This almost 6 minute trailer is probably the most epic trailer youâ€™ve ever seen. Itâ€™s still hard to figure out what exactly the film is going to be but itâ€™s certainly enough to keep us interested.
Life of Pi
Ang Lee knows how to make a beautiful film. He is a master of pacing and storytelling. So hereâ€™s hoping that Life of Pi turns out a little more substantial than this rather saccharine trailer.
It does feature incredible visuals and an impressive CGI tiger. One thing is for sure, itâ€™s going to look stunning on the big screen, whether you choose the 2D or 3D option.
We expected a string of girly wedding-themed films after the success of Bridesmaids last year. What we didnâ€™t expect is that the first one out the gate would actually be really GOOD!
rukkle was lucky enough to catch this flick at Cannes and its great cast and dark (!!) comedy makes it almost as good as the film it aspires to be. The trailer doesnâ€™t quite sell it, so looking forward to the red band.
Jack and Diane
Whoever decided against calling this movie Teenage Lesbian Werewolves is gonna get a major slap on the wrist from their boss! Starring Juno Temple, Riley Keough (Elvisâ€™s granddaughter) and Kylie Minogue sporting some delightfully trashy tattoos, the trailer is devoid of werewolf action but we have it on good authority that there will be werewolves in there somewhere! Nice trailer in any case. Take a lookâ€¦
The Brick House
If you thought Teenage Lesbian Werewolves was mental, watch the trailer for this contemporary, live-action adaptation of The Three Little Pigs. Itâ€™s super low-budget but perhaps just crazy enough to some attention. Enjoy!
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This indie take on the family Christmas movie boasts a superb cast and judging from the trailer, looks like it will be a lot of fun! Two neighbouring families are getting ready for Christmas until it transpires that the father of one family is having an affair with the 24 year old daughter for the other family.
Starring Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Alison Janney, Oliver Platt, Adam Brody and everyone else youâ€™d expect to pop up in a classy indie comedy.
Battle of the Year â€“ 3D
Dear Mr. Sawyer! You used to be so cool. Why are you involved in this nonsense film? The trailer is packed full of clichĂ© after clichĂ© and co-stars woman-beater and all-round douchebag, Chris Brown.
The Sawyer I knew would have nicknamed him Ike and be done with him. He wouldnâ€™t be in a goddamn DANCE MOVIE with him. I am disappointed, Sawyer. Come back from the dark side please. Love, rukkle Movies.
This is an early trailer for a not-yet completed film thatâ€™s still calling out for funding. Drag Dad follows drag queen and winner of Ru Paulâ€™s Drag Race, Tyra Sanchez and looks at her relationship with her son Jeremiah.
This is an interesting one. Letâ€™ hope they raise the completion funds they need (couldnâ€™t they just hit up Ru Paul for a couple of bucks?)
Robert De Niro, how the mighty has fallen. Another crappy cop movie. This time co-starring the absolutely dreadful 50 Cent. Maybe weâ€™re being overly judgmental, but would anyone else like to give De Niroâ€™s agent a good shake?? Yours too Forrest Whittaker!
Hereâ€™s a new trailer for summer comedy The Campaign. These two perfectly cast comedians seem to be loving every minute playing these characters. Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis. Expect big, dumb and fun and I doubt youâ€™ll be disappointed!
Middle of Nowhere
This festival favourite looks at one womanâ€™s struggle to get on with her life while waiting for her husbandâ€™s release from prison. Grim but powerful, keep an eye out for this in your local arthouse cinema.
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