The trailer for the upcoming biopic CBGB, based on the legendary NYC venue which became a musical landmark and showcased many first wave punk bands like The Ramones, Blondie, The Dead Boys, Television, and The Talking Heads, has been released online.
The movie stars Alan Rickman almost unrecognizable as the late bushy haired, paunchy club owner Hilly Kristal. Kristal, who started the club in the early 1970s first a Country, Bluegrass, and Blues establishment (hence the abbreviated of sorts moniker CBGB) and wound up taking on some of the disenfranchised bands and alienated youth of NYC and burgeoning states, showcasing them, in some cases even managing them, and unexpectedly created a revolution in noise that at peak level, became one of the most notorious, liberating, and stark white honest musical genres ever to rear its head in music history. The name affixed to this somewhat new genre of sound was punk.
After holding off on months and months of promotions for The Hangover Part III, the WB marketing team has released its second trailer for the film. While we’ve been waiting to hear how this film is unlike the first two, the first trailer didn’t seem to clarify how it would separate itself from its predecessors. So this new trailer gives us a few hints as to how it will do just that.
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis reprise their respective Wolfpack roles, so check out the latest trailer for the film to find out how this Hangover film is different from the rest.
Probably the most common gripe people had with The Hangover Part II was that it was way to similar too The Hangover. Director Todd Phillips promised he would redeem himself in the third and final entry of the trilogy by making The Hangover Part III the darkest film of the three by killing off one of its vital characters.
Looking at the teaser trailer for The Hangover Part III, there are a lot of characters from the previous films that come back to reprise their respective roles, but one character is notably absent from it. Find out who after the jump.
The first teaser trailer for Warner Brothers’ much-anticipated comedy sequel, The Hangover Part II, has been released online.
The movie is a follow-up to The Hangover, the 2009 mega-hit that brought in over $467 million worldwide. It told the story of a group of friends in Las Vegas celebrating a couple of days before one is married. Things get a little out of control, and when they awake one morning the groom is missing and none of them has a clue what happened the night before.
The original cast returns in the sequel, this time heading off to Thailand for another attempted wedding…this time trying to play it safe and cautious.
You can see the first teaser trailer for The Hangover Part II and read the synopsis by clicking over to the other side now!
It’s been confirmed that a very interesting star will be making an appearance in Todd Phillips‘ comedy sequel, The Hangover 2.
Sources indicate that none other than Mel Gibson will have a role in the movie, and that it will be “larger than life,” much like Tom Cruise’s Les Grossman role in Tropic Thunder. Cruise, much like Gibson, was under a lot of fire for various things before he played Grossman, but when everyone saw the wild and over-the-top performance, most went back to loving him. You have to imagine that this is the overall gameplan for Gibson in The Hangover sequel as well.