Okay, now we're talking. After weeks of sappy trailers full of childhood wonder and awe, yet another destruction-filled TV spot for Super 8, officially called "Discover", has rampaged its way online. Please, movie gods, let this be good! Super 8 stars Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler, Ron Eldard, Noah Emmerich, Gabriel Basson, Joel Courtney, Ryan Lee, Zach Mills, and Amanda Michalka.
If there's one movie heading our way this summer that we keep getting more and more excited about, it's J.J. Abrams' Super 8. And the new TV spot that was released this morning, entitled "It Arrives", is just adding to our enthusiasm. Super 8 stars Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler, Ron Eldard, Noah Emmerich, Gabriel Basson, Joel Courtney, Ryan Lee, Zach Mills, and Amanda Michalka.
Finally a little action! After weeks of really kid friendly stuff it feels good to see some carnage coming out of the Super 8 camp. Two new images have come our way from Paramount, one is the usual blah, but the other shows a town in flames. Joy!
I'm not complaining that Super 8 is being kept purposefully vague. I'd rather that than know the whole story well before checking it out in theaters. Nevertheless, Paramount has released a duo of images today that don't really shed any more light on this mysterious flick.
With viral marketing all the rage these days, you just never know where the next preview of upcoming movies might show up. Today one for JJ Abrams' Super 8 landed on the PC version of the Portal 2 video game in the form of an "extra". This interactive teaser places you inside the train seen in the official trailer. Dig it!
Last week mysterious packages containing really short clips of footage began showing up at the offices of several websites. There's rumored to be over 100 of these clips. That's a lot to keep track of, and we're not even gonna try. However, the good folks behind this madness have a solution!
Paramount just released yet another image from its highly anticipated new film from JJ Abrams, Super 8, and while there's no monster action in it, we're hoping that the faces on these kids go from perplexed to "Holy shit! Run for your life!" when we finally see the movie.
A new TV spot for JJ Abrams' Super 8 popped up on YouTube, and of course that means we have it for you right here. Directed by Abrams from his original script, the Amblin Entertainment and Bad Robot Production film is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams, and Bryan Burk.
Yet another trailer is here for Super 8, and who knows what wonders it holds? I'm sure we'll find out soon enough as fans will no doubt be dissecting this one until it's just a skeleton. Here you'll find the just released IMAX trailer, which focuses more on the kids in the movie than it does the chaos.
We knew there would be some interesting things to come out of the Super 8 interactive video, but we didn't think something this tasty would show up. Get ready for your first look at what could be the creature.
You have got to give the good folks over at Paramount credit. They sure can be sneaky. Yet another piece of the Super 8 mystery has fallen into place in the form of an interactive trailer that's home to what's being called "archival footage".
Okay, kids! The first official one-sheet for Super 8 is finally upon us, joining today's full-length trailer, and we have every pixel ready and waiting your perusal. Directed by J.J. Abrams from his original script, the Amblin Entertainment and Bad Robot Production film is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams, and Bryan Burk.
Along with the fleshed out synopsis that we came across last night, Super 8 on Twitter has release a new full trailer for your viewing and deciphering pleasure. Dig it! Directed by J.J. Abrams from his original script, the Amblin Entertainment and Bad Robot Production film is produced by Steven Spielberg, Abrams, and Bryan Burk.
Finally, after months of changing trailers, hidden clues, endless viral goodies, rampant speculation, and interminable waiting, the official plot crunch for the highly anticipated film Super 8 is here! What does it reveal? Read on!
For weeks after the Super 8 Super Bowl TV spot aired, eager fans have been toiling over every frame, thereby uncovering every frame of hidden imagery and assembling them to uncover hidden messages.