DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox have released the final trailer for The Boss Baby, poking fun at Lumiere and Cogsworth from Disney’s rival Beauty and the Beast.
“Look, you’ve all made an excellent decision to come see this movie today,” briefcase-toting infant voiced by Alec Baldwin says to the audience. “You’re clearly shrewd, so let me lay this out for you. On March 31, my movie, DreamWorks’ The Boss Baby will be coming out.”
Walt Disney Pictures‘ live-action fairy tale Beauty and the Beast set the #1 March debut ever with $170 million, besting Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice‘s $ 166 million.
The female-fueled update of the classic 1991 animated musical, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in the title roles, is the #1 PG-rated movie debut of all time, beating out previous champ Finding Dory‘s $135 million.
Paramount Pictures has released a new trailer for Michael Bay‘s Transformers: The Last Knight, which puts the focus on Isabela Moner‘s debuting character and the other youngsters who have to deal with the Decepticons coming back for revenge.
The Bay’s final Transformers movie also stars Mark Wahlberg, Laura Haddock, Stanley Tucci, Jerrod Carmichael, John Goodman, John Turturro, Josh Duhamel, Isabela Moner, Gil Birmingham, and Jean Dujardin.
Aardman Animations and StudioCanal have released the first trailer for their new stop-motion animated adventure Early Man, which drags us back to the “dawn of time”, when Neanderthals wandered the earth alongside a host of prehistoric creatures.
An all-star British cast includes Tom Hiddleston, Eddie Redmayne, Maisie Williams, Timothy Spall, Selena Griffiths, Mark Williams and Richard Ayoade.
Pixar has debuted the first trailer for its latest animated venture Coco, a story about a boy who travels to the Land of the Dead.
Featuring an all-Latino voice cast, the next film from Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich follows a boy living in a village who adores music, but his shoemaking family has banned it for generations as they believe it’s a curse passed down from his great-grandfather.
Bleecker Street has released the first trailer for Kate Mara‘s military dog drama Megan Leavey, which opens in theaters on June 9th.
In the film Mara portrays the titular character who served in Iraq in 2005 and 2006, during which she formed a tight bond with a military service dog, who was expertly trained to detect improvised explosive devices.
Momentum Pictures has released the first trailer for the upcoming supernatural thriller Voice from the Stone, starring Emilia Clarke and Marton Csokas.
Directed by new filmmaker Eric D. Howell, and based on the Italian novel La Voce Della Pietra by Silvio Raffo, this Hitchcockian fairytale is set in an isolated castle in 1950s Tuscany and follows a young nurse who is sent to care for a young boy who has stopped speaking following the death of his mother, but believes he can hear her speaking in the walls of the castle in which he lives.