Since today has been refreshingly Star Wars news free thus far (which is fine, because yesterday was nuts) have this Mockingjay promo – err, address from President Snow. And friends.
And, since we’re on the subject, here’s the previous transmission:
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 will be in theaters January 16.
Speculation: When will we see a Episode VII trailer? /Film’s Peter Sciretta considers the rest of Disney’s slate.
The second film trailer for Marvel’s first space-opera (well, Thorless space opera, anyway.) Thoughts?
May the 4th begins, as promised, with the Rebels trailer. (There’s also a short version which I presume is the one playing on TV.) Thoughts? Theories?
If you’re having issues with Youtube, the trailer is live on Disney.com as well.
Rebels trailer will debut May the 4th. Since we got the big one today, it only figures that StarWars.com will debut a new trailer for the cartoon at midnight Sunday (Pacific.) But! If you turn your TV to theDisney Channel and watch The New Yoda Chronicles and various other Disney/ABC stations, you may see it earlier.
This one contains a lot of footage we haven’t seen in the previous trailers. And yeah, I’m still a little excited, because no matter how many great Marvel movies we see and subpar Wolverine movies we get, the X-Men were still my first real superheroes.
Here’s the second trailer for Jupiter Ascending, the latest from the Wachowskis. Is the lure of a brand-new space opera movie enough to make you forget The Matrix sequels (and/or Speed Racer/Cloud Atlas) and give this a try?
The teasers are up! You see a brief glimpse of Hera (in the pilot/captain’s seat?) in both clips, and some shots of Ezra and even Chopper in action.
These will air tonight on Disney XD during during Kickin’ It (6/5c) and Lab Rats (6:30/5:30c,) but thankfully Lucasfilm has spared us this time.
Here’s the first theatrical trailer for the Kickstarter-funded followup to the cult TV series that ran from 2004 to 2007. It’ll be out in “select theaters” March 14.
Our first look at the Doctor Who Christmas Special – and Matt Smith’s last bow. Sob.