Film trailers weren’t the only thing on the agenda during those Super Bowl 51 adverts. Netflix’s Stranger Things season one was all the talk when it premiered last year and the hype for season two couldn’t be much bigger.
It’s really only a teaser but that’s they way it should be. Less is more.
For those that love American Football, the big game’s here. Two teams face off for the biggest prize in the NFL and I’ve decided to stay up late to watch it.
But wait, I hear you saying… “This isn’t a sports blog… why the sports?” Well the Super Bowl’s a long game that’s watched by an average 111.9 million TV viewers (in 2016). That’s a lot of eyes watching and a great platform for anything your selling.
Enter the film industry and a whole host of new trailers. And now I’ll stop typing give the people what they want to see. Stay tuned and I’ll try to regularly update this post as and when the trailers get released.
‘Ghost in the Shell’
‘Transformers: The Last Knight’
‘John Wick: Chapter 2’
‘Gaurdians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2’
‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’
I’m still undecided about the upcoming Kong: Skull Island film as a whole. I think the tone and atmosphere of this film look pretty incredible and they’re slowly ramping up the marketing, but is there something new to offer from a story which in all honesty has been rerun a fair bit? If you don’t believe me check thisIMDB list of King Kong films…
That being said, I’ll have to admit some interest and today see’s the release of the IMAX poster which has a brilliant throwback style to film posters of old with a dash of ‘Apocalypse Now’ thrown in…
Kong: Skull Island will be in Cinemas on March 10 2017.
Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has been teasing us about the much anticipated trailer for the Warcraft movie this past week on his Twitter account and we even had a teaser drop about three days ago.
I never really got into the game that continues to be played by over 5 million people but I’m interested to see how this one plays out as it was promised to deliver to both fans and newcomers alike. There will clearly be an overwhelming amount of CGI in this film (as seen from the trailer) but hopefully a decent story to back it up.
I’d be interested to know what dedicated fans of WoW think of the trailer, let us now in your comments below!