In case you weren’t already hyped enough for the forthcoming seventh season of HBO’s bloody fantasy series, Game of Thrones, this video should do the trick.
It’s a pretty badass mashup of some seriously epic moments from the show mixed up with The Glitch Mob’s remix of The White Stripes’ 2003 classic, ‘Seven Nation Army.’
Now that the Justice League trailer has dropped, the Avengers have a superhero supergroup to challenge their claim to earth’s mightiest heroes.
And video editor Dr. Machakil uses clips from Avengers: Age of Ultron to amusingly imagine how they might react to watching the full-length trailer for DC Comics’ upcoming Justice League movie.
Poor Ben Stiller, he’s certainly had a lot of misfortune in the movies, more than you might think in fact.
As you see from this supercut from Owenergy Studios which compiles many of his movie mishaps into four minutes of amusing slapstick footage.
You can leave it to Honest Trailers to take a movie down a peg or two, and they’re on hilarious form with this parodying of the well-received Marvel movie Doctor Strange.
One thing that they gladly point out is the similarity to Iron Man, the movie that kicked off the MCU all those years ago—and when it’s pointed out so obviously like this, it’s hard to not notice them.
Stop everything because there’s a trailer out for Edgar Wright’s new movie, the film’s called Baby Driver and it’s a heist movie and romance.
The plot centres around a getaway driver called Baby who falls in love with a waitress and wants to leave his criminal life behind. It also features a kickass soundtrack
Samuel L. Jackson has had an epic movie career, starring in some classic movies as some classic characters, and also making films like Snakes on a Plane.
In this quick-fire montage the actor and James Corden act out snippets from Samuel’s legendary time in Hollywood, covering everything from Pulp Fiction to Jurassic Park.
The kids of Strangers Things are coming back and it’s suitably going to be in time for Halloween—the Upside Down is also back and Will seems to be having some weird side effects still too.
All this and more is hinted at in the trailer for season 2, which looks likes it going to be just as good, if not better, than the first season.
Pablo Escobar is one of the most notorious drug kingpins the world has ever know, which is what made Netflix series Narcos so compelling.
Well the show has been confirmed to return for season 3 and season 4, with Narcos season 3 due to focus on the Cali Cartel and set for a September premiere.