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!
Weâ€™ve finally got a trailer for the new Kathryn Bigelow thriller about the capture of Osama Bin Laden which looks fantastic!
Thereâ€™s also a fresh crop of romantic comedies of both the blockbuster and indie variety to get us through the cold winter months.
ZERO DARK THIRTY
The last time Kathryn Bigelow took on the U.S. military, she won an Oscar. This time sheâ€™s tackling the controversial pursuit and capture of Osama Bin Laden. Hereâ€™s the first trailer for the film which comes out in December. It doesnâ€™t give us too much information but it looks like a winner.
Written by Girls creator Lena Dunham and starring a very attractive cast of indie favourites including Oliva Thirlby, Rosemary DeWitt and John Krasinski, this Sundance favourite is tipped to be the indie romantic drama of the year.
ON THE ROAD â€“ UK Trailer
Disgraced harlot Kristen Stewart has fun with her new, sexy persona in Walter Sallesâ€™ adaptation of Jack Kerouacâ€™s beloved On The Road. With a star-studded, talented young cast and a rip-roaring soundtrack, we look forward to seeing this on itâ€™s release in October.
How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor directs and stars in this romantic comedy about a thirty-something man who is stuck in an emotional rut until he meets a sweet, smart college student in the form of the radiant Elizabeth Olsen.
A little birdie told me that this is the indie comedy of the year (let the battle between this and Nobody Walks begin!)
THIS IS 40
Judd Apatow can do no wrong in the eyes of the international box office. We predict that his winning streak will continue in this sorta-sequel to Knocked Up in which we follow Pete and Debbie as they run into complications as they hit their forties.
Starring Judd Apatow, Lesley Mann, Chris Oâ€™Dowd, Melissa McCarthy and Megan Fox, this one has all the signs of a great Apatow ensemble comedy.
First time visiting rukkle? Why not like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more updates…
PLAYING FOR KEEPS
Gerard Butler scores with the soccer moms in what will most likely be yet another sappy, crappy rom-com.
TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE
Itâ€™s nice to see Clint back on the big screen, even if this time heâ€™s not behind the camera himself. He plays a grizzly old baseball scout who has a complicated relationship with his daughter, Amy Adams.
A cross between Moneyball and Million Dollar Baby, weâ€™ll definitely be checking this out.
This remake of the acclaimed 2008 Belgian drama features Karl Urban and James Marsden as two of five men who share a swanky loft where they bring their mistresses. A nice arrangement until a dead body is found in the loft and all the men begin to suspect each other. Decent-looking thriller.
Cronenberg Jr. tries to out-Cronenberg his dad. Heâ€™s doing a good job trying but something tells me heâ€™ll have trouble surpassing his dad, the undisputed KING of body horror.
Set in a not-too-distant future where people pay money to be infected with diseases of celebrities. Weird!
This is the first trailer for Red Dawn, based on the 1984 film of the same name. It tells the story of a city in Washington state that finds itself under attack by a foreign enemy and a group of young patriots determined to fight back. Directed by Dan Bradley, the film stars Chris Hemsworth, Isabel Lucas and Josh Hutcherson.
Click here to let us know if there’s a mistake or dead video link in this post!