New Trailers: 'Journey 2,' 'Red Tails,' Eddie Murphy's 'A Thousand Words' and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' Footage

New Trailers: 'Journey 2,' 'Red Tails,' Eddie Murphy's 'A Thousand Words' and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' Footage

Nov 10, 2011

It's a Snow White year in Hollywood as studios compete to see who is the fairest of them all. Rupert Sanders' Snow White and the Huntsman has Twilight maven Kristen Stewart on their side for a twisty take on the classic tale that finds Snow White battling the evil queen with Thor's Chris Hemsworth on her side. The movie hits theaters next June, and ET (thanks to Bleeding Cool for sharing) has previewed a little behind-the-scenes look at … some guy from the show riding a horse. Well, there's also a peek at Charlize Theron looking spooky as the wicked queen, zapping the youth out of one poor victim and Chris Hemsworth being super manly in his costume. The actual film trailer arrives today, but for now click below to whet your whistle.


The Journey 2: The Mysterious Island trailer has arrived and shows Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson performing the "pec pop of love" for us. For real. The action star is back to his goofy antics in the follow up to Brendan Fraser's 2008 movie. Josh Hutcherson teams up with his mom's boyfriend (Johnson) to find a mysterious, unusual island where his grandfather may be hiding out. Michael Caine plays wacky gramps, and Vanessa Hudgens is the teen ladylove. CGI island adventures take over on February 10, 2012.



The segregated African American pilots of the experimental Tuskegee training program join America's World War II forces in Anthony Hemingway's Red Tails. The untested pilots battle the skies under the guidance of Terrence Howard's Col. A.J. Bullard. Bryan Cranston is the Major who has no faith in the team. The movie was produced by George Lucas and also stars Cuba Gooding Jr., Brandon T. Jackson, and Nate Parker. Previous trailers didn't showcase this much action, so it's nice to see more of the team's mission at play. Red Tails opens January 20, 2012.


Finally, there's Eddie Murphy's next high-concept comedy, A Thousand Words, in which he plays a motor-mouth who's faced with the reality that he only has 1,000 words left to say before he dies. Cue a whole lot of awkward Eddie Murphy funny-faces and groans from unsuspecting audience members. This one arrives on March 23rd, 2012.

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