It’s time for another Trailrrific Thursday! I know, I know, it’s not Thursday anymore, but my internet connectivity sucked yesterday and Trailerrific Friday just doesn’t have that same ring to it. I am really getting annoyed with some of the release dates for the UK though compared to the US! It’s mainly PIxar/Disney where the wait in between is so massive: 2 months for Brave and 4 months (seriously?!?) for Wreck-It Ralph.
Sidenote: I’m really loving Cineworld‘s Unlimited pass! For only £14.99 per month I get to go unlimited times to the cinema. I initially thought that means you have to at least go twice a month to the cinema, but with ticket prices getting more and more expensive it actually works out more like 1.5 times. If you want to get an Unlimited pass, use the promo code RAF-30GT-14RT-24MV-41CX to get a free month!
This looks awesome! I know Twitter was all abuzz about this yesterday, and not everyone agrees with me, but I really think this looks good. Release Date: 7 September 2012 (UK), 21 September (US)
I only saw Monsters Inc. last year, it’s again one of those movies that I missed seeing in the cinema (most probably cause that was my final year of high school and didn’t have the time for it) and then never got around to watching. I loved it though when I finally saw it, and this prequel looks great! There are actually 4 different teasers, but the only difference is the joke Mike makes while he’s dreaming. Release Date: 21 June 2013 (US), 12 July 2013 (UK)
It’s yet another Keira Knightley costume drama. To be fair though this does look pretty epic, and it seems to have a great cast! Release Date: 7 September 2012 (UK), 9 November 2012 (US)
In the first Taken it was Liam Neeson’s daughter that was kidnapped, now in the sequel it’s his wife’s turn. If they ever make a third movie, I wonder: which family member would be next? Release Date: 5 October 2012 (US/UK)
I wasn’t that impressed by the first teaser trailer, but this looks great! I’m loving the sci-fi element to this. Release Date: 27 July 2012 (US), 29 August 2012 (UK)
This pretty much looks like Toy Story but with video game characters. The cameos in this trailer alone are awesome, I can’t wait to see who they add in the actual movie! Release Date: 2 November 2012 (US), 15 February 2013 (UK)
Quentin Tarantino does a Western… this could be epic. Release Date: 25 December 2012 (US), 18 January 2013 (UK)