There’s a new Tintin trailer out and it looks sooo action packed and exciting! Watch the first (more subdued) one here.
This blog is mostly about items in the “Young Adult” area of the library and the trailer below is about a movie called “Young Adult”, just ideal really.
Fans of either dance movies and exploding buses should be entertained by the new Footloose movie. Yes, a bus explodes.
See you next time at the movies!
Jane Eyre is on at the movies at the moment (good news!). So we thought we would spotlight another classic 19th Century adaptation, this time Wuthering Heights:
This one is directed by Andrea Arnold (notice she likes a square screen), and stars Kaya Scodelario who was in Skins. There have been lots of adaptations of Wuthering Heights, there’s a couple in the young adult collection here.
On a completely different subject, we have: whales. More to the point, whales caught under Arctic ice (true story):
And finally, because it’s topical (or it was a few weeks ago) and also polar, here’s Happy Feet 2!
The International Film Festival is starting this week, and there are some really good films screening. They are all good! Sure! But some might be better than others. Some are rated 16+ or 18+, so might be out of your league. But the tickets are pretty reasonably priced for students/under 15s, so you have no excuse really.
Troll Hunter is a Norwegian mockumentary that I am particularly looking forward to. The trailer (below!) is great.
Space Battleship Yamato! The title says it all. Space! Battleship! Yamato! Here’s the official website. And here is the trailer. Or maybe several trailers together. It looks epic – if you don’t want to see it then I don’t know what to tell you.
Another Japanese film worth watching is Studio Ghibli’s latest, Arrietty. Trailer! Go!
There are heaps more. Browse the website!
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There are SO MANY movie trailers out. It is exciting! An exciting time to be into film!
First, and it’s a week old I know, is Tintin, which needs no introduction. Watch it here at the official site!
What? The? Heck? A Glee movie. In 3D, too.
Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret has been made into a film. It is a kid’s book, sure, but I am certain that it can be enjoyed by all ages. Like Harry Potter, or Lego. Here is the trailer.
Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote the original Tarzan stories. A hundred years ago! That is how old Tarzan is. Burroughs also wrote about John Carter, a man from Earth who ends up on Mars, where he saves the planet’s inhabitants (we don’t seem to have any of the books, sadly). And now a film has been made! Here is the first trailer.
Sherlock Holmes 2: A Game of Shadows now has a trailer. I enjoyed the first Holmes film quite considerably! It was silly, silly, fun, and we all need a little silly fun now and then (FACT!)
There’s still one more trailer! It is for the new Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. Go here to watch it (some trailers just don’t want to be embedded!). It’s only a teaser, so don’t expect too much. Because really it’s just a man in a hospital bed talking.
~ Le Fin ~
Hello again! Today’s trailers are animated. On computers!
The Shrek franchise continues to truck along with Puss In Boots, which stars (OBVIOUSLY) Puss in Boots. My second favourite of the Shrek universe characters (my favourite is the Gingerbread Man, if you must know). So funny.
Here is Brave, Pixar’s latest. It will be Pixar’s first fairy-tale, and reportedly will be more grim (Grimm!) that their previous films. Also it is the first Pixar film to feature a female protaganist. Many firsts!
That’s all for now!
So! Here are some film trailers. And a book trailer.
The final Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt2 trailer is out! (We have the first part at the library, in case you can’t remember it? There was a lot of marching about in a forest?) Go Mrs Weasley!
Attack the Block. We love this trailer. Hope you like it too.
Katie Alender’s book, Bad Girls Don’t Die, has a sequel coming out soon. It is titled From Bad to Cursed, and here is its spooky trailer.
The Muppets official trailer!
This week it is a special E3 edition of Trailer Tuesday. Hurrah! Games!
One of the most exciting things previewed at E3 this year was not actually a game, rather a new Nintendo console, the Wii U.
Pretty sweet, right? There isn’t an official release date, so don’t start holding your breath just yet.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is getting some game of the year buzz based on this trailer
Fair enough too. Sadly (for XBox 360 owners like me) it’s a PS3 exclusive. Out November-ish.
There is a new Assassins Creed game on the way, Assassins Creed Revelations.
No gameplay in there, but doesn’t it look cool? Well, doesn’t it? 15th November on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
This trailer for Halo 4 is the epitome of a “teaser trailer”
We can assume it will be awesome though. Out sometime in 2012.
Bye for now!
Here are the the trailers for this Tuesday, the seventh day of June.
The most noteworthy one is Breaking Dawn, obviously.
OMG, is that u, Taylor bb? U look so buff! RPattz who? #teamlautner
Here is the second trailer for The Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
You know how I would get out of this mess? Use the gas to make smart bears and then be nice to them so they would help fight the apes. #teamursidae
Lastly, this book trailer for Wild Fire didn’t win the Worst Book Trailer category in the Moby Awards (it was nominated), but perhaps it should’ve.
Saci Lloyd wrote The Carbon Diaries 2015 and The Carbon Diaries 2017 and, shortly, will publish a new book, called Momentum. It is set in London, in the very near future, when energy wars, wealth disparity and martial law are constant headlines. Also it has parkour! Which is pretty cool I think. Here is the trailer:
Happy Feet 2! Will it be about a penguin who can neither sing nor dance, but instead expresses itself through oratory?
No, it won’t.
Ooh and there’s a new trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2. It does look good, doesn’t it? In a few years we will be able to watch ALL the films back to back, like you can do with The Lord of The Rings (or whatever).