Earlier this week, Mstars brought you a special preview for movies hitting theaters this weekend. Today we will share a compilation of selected movie trailers released over the last week that tease new movies coming out soon! This time around, we have Oldboy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Ride Along, The Truth About Emanuel, RoboCop, and more!
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Maybe the biggest trailer to debut this week was an extra long, extended preview for Pater Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. This new film brings us back into the world of J.R.R. Tolkien and introduces us to the infamous dragon, Smaug. The Desolation of Smaug hits theaters next month. To read more about this movie and to watch this special trailer, CLICK HERE!
Another highly anticipated film is the RoboCop remake starring The Killing's Joel Kinnaman as the robotically enhanced police officer. The movie, which hits theaters February 12, 2014, also stars Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman and Abbie Cornish. Check out the trailer and synopsis for this movie RIGHT HERE!
Also, check out the latest trailer for Jessica Biel's The Truth of Emanuel right HERE! Read more about this psychological, slow-burner by following the link provided!
A new look at Spike Lee's remake of Oldboy also came out this week. This gritty revenge flick is definitely one of the more anticipated adaptations coming out within the next year, and Josh Brolin looks mesmerizing in the other clips we've seen so far. Check out the latest trailer for Oldboy right here:
Kevin Hart's latest buddy comedy features Ice Cube and a bunch of explosions. The comedian plays a school security guard trying to win the trust of his girlfriend's brother, who happens to be a detective. In order to get his blessing to marry the sister, Hart has to accompany Cube on a ride along. Ride Along looks like a great comedy with plenty of action. Check out the trailer right here:
As an added bonus, here is one of the most confusing trailers this writer has ever seen. In Winter's Tale, Colin Farrell and Jessica Brown Findlay have a love that travels through the ages. Check it out right here: