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Stay Connected to Hollywood: Follow These Sources for Upcoming Movie Trailers
Are you a movie buff always looking for the latest updates on upcoming movie trailers? Do you want to be the first to know about the most anticipated films hitting the big screen? Look no further. In this article, we will guide you through some of the best sources to stay connected with Hollywood and get access to all the exciting movie trailers before anyone else. Whether you’re a fan of action-packed blockbusters or thought-provoking indie films, these sources will keep you in the loop and help you plan your next movie night.
Official Movie Studio Websites
When it comes to finding reliable and authentic information about upcoming movie trailers, official movie studio websites are a goldmine. Major studios like Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, and Disney have dedicated sections on their websites where they showcase trailers for their upcoming releases. These websites often provide exclusive content such as behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with cast and crew, and sneak peeks into the making of the film. Subscribing to newsletters or following these studios on social media platforms can ensure that you never miss an update.
YouTube has become one of the go-to platforms for watching movie trailers. Many production companies and independent filmmakers release their teasers and trailers directly on YouTube to reach a wider audience. You can subscribe to popular channels like “Movieclips Trailers” or “Fandango” that curate and upload trailers from various movies all in one place. Additionally, YouTube’s recommendation algorithm suggests new trailers based on your viewing history, so you’ll always have something exciting waiting for you.
IMDb (Internet Movie Database)
IMDb is an essential resource for any film enthusiast looking for information about upcoming movies. Not only does IMDb provide comprehensive details about each film’s cast, crew, plot summary, release dates, but it also features official trailers as soon as they are released. You can create an account on IMDb and add movies to your watchlist to receive notifications when new trailers or updates are available. IMDb also has a dedicated “Coming Soon” section where you can find trailers for upcoming releases, making it a one-stop-shop for all your movie trailer needs.
Social Media Platforms
In today’s digital age, social media platforms play a significant role in promoting upcoming movies. Following actors, directors, and movie studios on platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook can give you exclusive access to behind-the-scenes content and the latest movie trailers. Many film industry insiders often share teasers or hints about their upcoming projects through their social media accounts. Additionally, hashtags like #UpcomingMovies or #MovieTrailers can help you discover new films and join conversations with fellow movie enthusiasts.
In conclusion, staying connected to Hollywood and keeping up with upcoming movie trailers has never been easier. By following official movie studio websites, subscribing to YouTube channels dedicated to trailers, utilizing IMDb’s extensive database, and engaging with social media platforms, you’ll always be ahead of the game when it comes to exciting new films hitting the big screen. So grab some popcorn, sit back, and get ready for a cinematic adventure.
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Austin Butler Croons His Way Through the New "Elvis" Trailer
Updated on 6/22/2022 at 4:00 PM
f Austin Butler transforms into the King of Rock 'n' Roll in Baz Luhrmann's forthcoming biopic of Elvis Presley . In the final trailer before the movie's release, Elvis finds his "super power" — music — and America is literally never the same.
Another recent "Elvis" trailer previewed Luhrmann's iconic, over-the-top spin on the classic story. The clip also spotlights some key players in Presley's story, including Olivia DeJonge as Priscilla Presley , Kelvin Harrison Jr. as B.B. King, and Tom Hanks as Presley's manager, Colonel Tom Parker.
Per Deadline , Luhrmann announced Butler as his Presley back in 2019. Butler told The Hollywood Reporter that he prepped for the movie by first working on his Presley voice. "When I began the process, I set out to get my voice to be identical," he said. "That instills fear. So that got the fire burning. For a year before we started shooting, I was doing voice coaching." Luhrmann also revealed what we'll hear of the legendary singer's voice in the movie, which features Butler's voice for a young Presley and a blend of his voice and Presley's voice when the character ages.
Presley's actual family members have spoken out about their love for the film and Butler's performance. Lisa Marie Presley tweeted her praise: "Austin Butler channeled and embodied my father's heart & soul beautifully." In a subsequent tweet, she added: "In my humble opinion, his performance is unprecedented and FINALLY done accurately and respectfully. (If he doesn't get an Oscar for this, I will eat my own foot, haha.)" She also praised Luhrmann for the choices he made in the adaptation.
Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough told Variety that the film made her cry. "There's a lot of family trauma and generational trauma that started around then for our family," she said. "I felt honored they worked so hard to really get his essence, to feel his essence. Austin captured that so beautifully."
"Elvis" arrives in theaters on June 24. Watch the new "Elvis" trailer below.
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Elvis has entered the building.
On Monday, Warner Bros. dropped the second trailer for Baz Luhrmann's highly anticipated Elvis , a unique take on rock'n'roll icon Elvis Presley ( Austin Butler ).
In the new trailer, we see Elvis defying warnings to give a sexually charged performance at a rally before diving into the film's showcase of the span of his life, including glimpses of his relationship with his mother, his perceived threat to American morality, the 1968 comeback special, and his romance with Priscilla (Olivia DeJonge).
"It's a three-act pop-cultural opera," Luhrmann told EW of the film. "This was about exploring America in the '50 and the '60s and the '70s, and Elvis was at the center of culture for the good, the bad and the ugly in various ways."
The new trailer also showcases more of the film's soundtrack, which also received its official announcement and artist listing on Monday, and includes the infusion of rap and hip-hop with classic tune by the King, with original songs and recordings by Eminem and CeeLo Green , Doja Cat , Kacey Musgraves , Jack White , and Stevie Nicks . In the new trailer, we hear a fresh take on Presley favorite "Hounddog." Luhrmann has long used aural artistry as a key element of his storytelling, and the preliminary soundtrack listings suggest Elvis will be no exception to his tendency to create unique musical backing for his films.
"Music in this film is as important as words," Luhrmann previously told EW . "Because Elvis was a man of few words. When he spoke, he spoke with such intent and meaning, but where he really communicated himself was through song...You hear a lot of classic Elvis, but we also have in the score all sorts of DNA and some contemporary interpretations — ways to make younger audiences understand what Elvis felt like. It isn't a nostalgia piece."
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