COMING SOON: ‘Jumanji,’ ‘Bad Moms,’ ‘Geostorm,’ and More!
Welcome to BoxOffice Trailer Throw Down! Where we round up the week’s finest trailers so you don’t get sucked down a YouTube rabbit hole.
This week we have movies that show you that there is still hope for you to become The Rock, movies that will make you fear cameras that still use film, and movies that will inspire you to become the white, female rapper from New Jersey that you are inside. BoxOffice Trailer Throw Down! We are here for the dreamers.
JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
In Jumanji reboot…Jungle comes to you but, more importantly, there is a dude named “Fridge” in this here motion picture.
First video games pull us into jungles and turn us into The Rock, now Polaroid cameras pull picture-ghosts into our world? Is no inanimate object safe anymore?
A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS
Meet the moms’ moms for some second-level-mom holiday. That camel better be featured heavily throughout the film.
The second trailer for GEOSTORM has a much more upbeat feel while still depicting the end of human life on the planet Earth.
This UK trailer for PATTI CAKE$ has a lot more head-butting in the face and rapping about feminine hygiene products than the US trailer. Enjoy!
The thrilling and inspiring true st–WHAT? THAT IS GARY OLDMAN? Dude looks crazy different. Solid advice about tigers, though. Real solid.
Andrew Garfield shows us how to overcome polio with the power of love and a wheelchair that helps him breathe. That’s where the title comes from. BoxOffice Trailer Throw Down! here to hold your hand through the big-feeling trailers.
BIRTH OF THE DRAGON
Biopic #3 in a row here is almost guaranteed to have 400% more nunchucks than the previous two.
Halle Berry goes on a car-flipping, axe-swinging, collateral-damage-filled rampage to get her son back. All of this just to avoid paperwork at the police station.
A trailer so mind-melting only LA movie theaters can handle it. The rest of you must get your minds melted at home.
NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE
Scientific fact: Everyone likes singing animals and movie titles that include old school hip-hop puns.
THIS MEANS SOMETHING
BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Oh, it’s viral marketing for a Close Encounters of the Third Kind re-release? Cool.