The TV stations held their upfronts last week, giving advertisers (and viewers) their first look at fall’s new shows. So your first trailer park of the week is devoted to genre and genre-ajacent TV show trailers.
Up top, the biggest gun: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from Joss Whedon and the Disney/Marvel conglomerate, coming at you on ABC, Tuesdays at 8:00. And yes, there is already a push to abbreviate this as MAoS, so pass it on.
Note that yes, some of these are spoiling their show’s first episode, but love it or leave it, their main purpose is to sell ads.
And it’s the first trailer for the Ender’s Game adaption, which really wants you know that a bunch of these actors have been up for/won Oscars. (Ford was nominated for Witness in 1985, which I can’t blame anyone for forgetting) Book fans may want to check out io9′s spoiler-full screencap study of the trailers.
Below the cut, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost go pubbing, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock get lost in space, and… Alien folksingers, because why not?
Debuting on the MTV Movie Awards last night..
Elysium leads the pack of week’s new trailers. It’s director Neill Blomkamp’s follow-up to District 9, staring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster.
Below the cut: Kick-Ass 2, Now You See Me and the latest take on Romeo and Juliet.
In this week’s new trailers, Carrie gets an update with Chloe Moretz and Julienne Moore and I’m not quite sure how to feel about it. Why does no one remake the crappy movies?
Below the cut: Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, New Percy Jackson, and The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
This new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness has a lot more hints at the plot – and Benedict Cumberbatch’s role – than the previous ones.
Of course the freeze-frame is a half-naked girl. Sigh. Behold: Cumberbatch.
The back half of Season 7 comes to BBC and BBC America in a matter of weeks! That’s the BBC promo above, but Entertainment Weekly has another trailer with different footage. And yes, you will spy Star Wars alum Warwick Davis – he appears in the second-to-last episode of the season
The show is back March 30th on both sides of the pond.
That’s a brand-new teaser for J.J. Abram’s new Star Trek, with quite a bit of new footage.
Below the cut is the new Iron Man 3 trailer for the three of you who didn’t see it earlier in the week, as well as Will Smith’s After Earth, and the latest from Joss Whedon
Debuted on Kimmel tonight; The first episode premieres on March 31st. (via)
And here’s the ‘full’ trailer for J.J. Abram’s Star Trek Into Darkness… Does it reveal more than the teaser? Not really, no, but there is some different footage. But hey, it’s Monday, we’ll take what we can get.