The best thing about the Super Bowl is that there is something for everyone. If you don’t care for the sports ball game than there’s the half-time show. If Bruno Mars or Coldplay isn’t your thing, then there are the glorious commercials or more importantly, the new movie trailers! Teaser spots for Jason Bourne, Captain America: Civil War and more aired during the big game...
The first official teaser trailer for Jason Bourne, the fifth installment from the popular Bourne franchise aired during Super Bowl 50, and it contained more action in 42 seconds than in four-quarters of Denver Broncos vs. Carolina Panthers football.
Matt Damon reprises his role as the world’s most lethal and forgetful assassin. Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) ominously declares, “The world is at war. We need the perfect weapon.” Enter an older, haggard, but still kickass Jason Bourne. The trailer packs the same intense wallop as The Bourne Ultimatum—Damon’s last outing as the black ops asset, and include epic bare knuckle fights, a car-flipping chase down Las Vegas Boulevard, and an explosive riot scene. The movie will be in theaters on July 29. Watch the trailer below.
Not to be outdone, Marvel Studios dropped another trailer for the highly-anticipated Captain America: Civil War, the third movie in the Captain America franchise. The 34-second trailer draws the battle lines between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Ironman (Robert Downey Jr.) in an escalating war that forces other avengers to pick sides. The cost of war appears to be gruesome, flashing to images of an injured Iron Patriot (Don Cheadle) and a trigger-happy Bucky (who attempts to shoot the manicured goatee off Tony Stark's face). It also marks the introduction of Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, whose sadly on #TeamIronMan. Choose your team before the war begins on May 16.
The live-action The Jungle Book movie, starring Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley and Lupita Nyong'o roars into theaters on April 15.
If you thought X-Men: Days Of Future Past was bleak, you may have to prepare yourself for X-Men: Apocalypse. Our heroes must fight Apocalypse, the first mutant who has absorbed powers from other mutants and seems intent on destroying everything, CinemaBlend.com reports. Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy return. Oscar Isaac and Olivia Munn and Alexandra Ship join the cast. The Apocalypse is coming on May 27.
Marvel's anti-superhero snarks his way to a theater new you this Friday, Feb. 13.