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James Franco and Seth Rogan have just released a Red Band teaser trailer for their upcoming film, ‘This Is The End,’ due out in June 2013. Since today is the end of the Mayan Calendar and supposedly the end of the world, the two introduce the clip from a dingy basement somewhere while they wait out the end of the world madness. “How are we gonna jerk off?” asks Rogan. We then see them both in different parts of the room, doing the deed while peeking over their shoulder and looking at each other. LOL. THEN we FINALLY move onto the actual trailer.

The film is about Franco, Rogen, Jonah Hill and a bunch of other famous/funny friends (who play themselves) facing the end of the world after a party at Franco’s house in Los Angeles. The movie features Jason Segel, Paul Rudd, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson, Rihanna, Emma Watson, Mindy Kaling, Michael Sera, Aziz Ansari and more.

I can’t believe ALL of those people are in this movie… and then some. This is going to be epic and I can’t wait to see it. Enjoy the trailer below!

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The first trailer for a movie called Interior. Leather Bar. by James Franco & Travis Mathews has just been revealed and the film is set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013. The movie is an homage to William Friedkin’s 1980 thriller, Cruising, starring a young Al Pacino.

Filmmakers James Franco and Travis Mathews re-imagine the lost 40 minutes from Cruising as a starting point to a broader exploration of sexual and creative freedom. As the story goes, in order to avoid an ‘X rating,’ 40 minutes of gay S&M footage was rumored to have been cut and destroyed from the 1980 film. This new movie is inspired by the mythology of the controversial film and is re-imagined as what the “lost footage” from the making of the controversial scenes might have looked like.

As part of the story, actor Val Lauren (Christian Patrick) reluctantly agrees to take the lead in the film. By taking on the role, he is repeatedly forced to negotiate his boundaries during scenes on and “off camera,” as unsimulated gay sex happens around him. The film is all about pushing the boundaries in various different ways. This movie looks so good for so many reasons and what a fascinating story to tell! Watch the trailer below.

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What a great way to kick off the week! Earlier this month, the poster and first teaser trailer for Star Trek: Into The Darkness was revealed. Today, the first full trailer has just been released and the movie looks epic! The intensity and music in the trailer reminds me of the newly released Zach Snyder trailer for Man of Steel. So many good movies in 2013!!

In case you don’t already know, here’s the premise of this upcoming new J.J. Abrams film: “When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated everything the fleet stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis. Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a “one man weapon of mass destruction.”

In this trailer, we here Pike (Bruce Greenwood) tell Kirk, “There’s greatness in you, but not an ounce of humility. But there’s going to come a moment when you’re wrong about that. And you’re going to get yourself, and everyone under your command, killed.” The film stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, and Zoe Saldana and hits theatres May 17, 2013. Enjoy the first full length trailer below.

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The trailer for an upcoming “based on a true story” film called Drift has just debuted starring Sam Worthington, Xavier Samuel, and Myles Pollard.

The story takes place in Australia in the 1970s. The Kelly Brothers, Andy and Jimmy, have one great passion: riding big waves. They were raised by their mother in a sleepy coastal town called Margaret River where some of the world’s most challenged and dangerous waves are found. There they perfected their surfing skills and were always in search of the perfect ride. Jimmy (Xavier Samuel) is not only a talented surfer, but he’s also an innovator. However, he starts to get mixed up in crime as he tries to do whatever he can to get the family out of debt. Andy (Myles Pollard) quits his stable job to work with Jimmy on his surf inventions, launching a backyard surf gear business.

A travelling surf photographer and filmmaker named JB (Sam Worthington) try to encourage the boys to expand their business, but when they get mixed up with a local drug dealer, it looks like everything they built up with come crashing down like the waves. The film comes out in 2013. Check out the first trailer below!

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey absolutely dominated the box office in this, it’s opening weekend. Homorazzi cast member Matt reviewed the film and he absolutely love it (Check out his review here).

The film is estimated to have brought in almost $84.8 million. With that, the film set a new record for the largest December opening weekend performance on record by topping the $77.21 million debut of 2007’s I Am Legend. That being said, it didn’t set a new record when you adjust for ticket price inflation. In 2003, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King opened with $72.63 million in unadjusted terms, but when you adjust for inflation, it still holds the record with $95.6 million – precious!

Coming in a distant second was Rise Of The Guardians. Check out the list below to see how distant this second place spot was and how the rest of the top 10 films did at the box office this weekend. Also, I’ve included a funny video from Jimmy Kimmel that warns of the side effects of watching the film that was shot at 48 frames per second (double what most films are shot at)

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I recently came across this movie trailer for a “pretend” film called Cereal Killers and I just had to share it with you.

Get your spoons & bowls ready because this summer, Captain Crunch, Lucky the Leprechaun, and Trix Rabbit are teaming up to take down the Quaker, a psychotic health nut bent on global cereal domination. His evil plan is to take down all of the sugary cereals. General Mills meets with Captain Crunch to brief him on the news and in order to take Quaker down, he’s going to need the help of Lucky and Trix.

This summer, breakfast fights back and they’re going to do whatever it takes to take Quaker down. One of my favorite parts happens towards the end when Trix pulls a gun on one of Quaker’s troops. The soldier says, “You expect me to believe you actually put a bullet in there? It’s clearly a trick.” The rabbit responds, “Tricks are for kids.” LOL. Enjoy!

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Adam’s Low-Budget Thriller Pick: ‘Dread’

In: Adam, Movies

Well, I’m starting to have to get really inventive in titling these articles as I attempt to not just simply become the “horror movie recommendation guy” from H-Razzi. I’ve said it a dozen times that I much prefer a smart and simple production to anything CGI and explosive where bombs make up for lack of dialogue, and yet finding a clever barely funded film is harder than it seems. Too often are “low budget” designations awarded to student films that border on directorial masturbation as they attempt to out-reference and ply layer upon layer of indecipherable meaning to their pieces. So, when smart men and women combine to create a pretty decent and damn scary production like Dread I will stop to give credit where credit is due.

Based on the short story by horror-expert Clive Barker (author of the stories that inspired Candyman and Hellraiser), “Dread” follows the story of a group of university students (a go-to for low-$ productions) seeking to understand their fears. But, as the film elaborates, it’s not just simply fear they’re looking to examine: it’s pure and all-consuming dread. A type of fright that takes over your entire mind and body. While some of the fears border on the typical (clowns wielding axes) there’s more simple phobias like eating meat that are included to round off the kids’ worries. That said- as you’ve probably guessed- all the dreads are confronted in such a forceful and unavoidable matter that the viewer is witness to some horrific and terrified responses that have you leaving the movie scared to death of the same threats.

Click through to read the rest of my review and see the trailer

A while back, Tyrell wrote about the first trailer for A Haunted House, a parody movie by Marlon Wayans. The movie pokes fun recent thriller favorites like Paranormal Activity and The Devil Inside. In contrast to the Scary Movie franchise (which is also coming out with Scary Movie 5 in 2013), this one focusses solely on the haunting & paranormal-based films.

Wayans and Essence Atkins play the couple who own a house possessed by a spirit. With cameras located all over the house, the two aim to discover what’s happening while they sleep. They invite a psychic over played by the hilarious Nick Swardson along with a priest played by Cedric the Entertainer. The film somehow takes a turn towards the wife’s exorcism and the laughs continue.

In this new Red Band trailer, we see some of the dirtier scenes and the naughtier dialogue, which is always a bonus. I love a good parody and I love the genre of films they’re parodying, so I’m certain I’ll definitely get a kick out of this movie (I certainly laughed at the Red Band Trailer you’re about to watch). A Haunted House hits theatres on January 13, 2013.

Watch the video after the jump…

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