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Super Bowl Movie Trailers – Watch Them All Here!

Extended trailers for Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, The Lone Ranger, Oz the Great and Powerful, World War Z, Snitch, 21 & Over and Fast & Furious 6 all premiered at the Super Bowl last night – check them out here!

Last night, during the American madness which is the Super Bowl, new movie trailers ran for ‘Iron Man 3′, ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’, ‘The Lone Ranger’, ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’, ‘World War Z’, ‘Snitch’, ‘21 & Over’, and ‘Fast & Furious 6′.

If you didn’t watch the game, or didn’t want to watch the game and just want to watch all the new trailers well, here at HTF we’ve put them all in one place for you!  No problemo…

Fast & Furious 6 – 24th May UK release

First up then, it’s a whole load of fast cars, skimpily clad women and Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson‘s moody faces.  How they’ve managed to make six movies out of this I don’t know… but people seem to love it!  Also starring Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster.


Iron Man 3 – 26th April UK release

Everyone’s favourite billionaire is back, for the third time this Spring.  Although this time, things look a bit more serious for Tony Stark, played by none other than Robert Downey Jr when he is up against enemy The Mardarin (Ben Kingsley).  Gwyneth Paltrow and Guy Pearce are also staring.


Star Trek Into Darkness – 17th May UK release

Director J. J. Abrams brings us the twelfth Star Trek film and the sequel to 2009’s ‘Star Trek’.  The Enterprise is called back home to find an “unstoppable force of terror” within their own organisation. Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) leads the crew into a war-zone planet to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction.  Also starring; Benedict Cumberbatch (believed), Karl Urban and Zoe Saldana.


The Lone Ranger – 9th August UK release date

‘The Lone Ranger’ started out as a radio show in the 1930′s that grew into a hit TV show during 1949 to 1957.  The story is about a masked ranger from Texas who gallops around on his horse called Silver and keeps order in the Old West, against law-breakers and baddies.  Tonto, a native American, is his sidekick, kind of like what Robin is to Batman.  But nowadays it’s a Gore Verbinski directed movie with a $250 million budget and stars Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer and Helena Bonham Carter.  Yeeha cowboy!


Oz: the Great and Powerful – 8th March UK release

Sam Raimi takes us back to Oz before the great Wizard came to be just that.  Or does it look more like Tim Burton‘s Wonderland?  Hopefully not and fingers crossed it’s just the trailer which is packed full of CGI and not the whole film.  Starring James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis and a yellow brick road…


World War Z – 21st June UK release date

We posted this one up on Saturday but we’re not lazy so here it is again!  If you haven’t heard by now Brad Pitt takes on a whole world of zombies in this upcoming epic.  Although the Brad shots to Zombie ratio isn’t quite even.  You get to see a quick glimpse of zombies piled over zombie over zombie, but nothing too close up.  Maybe director Marc Forster wants to leave that as a surprise…


Snitch – 5th April UK release

Check out Dwayne ‘The Rock ‘ Johnson getting into two trailers on the Super Bowl ad break!  That’s gotta be some sort of achievement, even if some of his previous films ain’t.  Anyway, in this one he goes undercover for the DEA in order to free his imprisoned son, who was mistakenly caught up in a drug deal.


21 & Over – 29th March UK release date

I’ve got to be honest, I haven’t heard of this movie until now and it doesn’t look too special.  Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) plays straight A student who’s 21st birthday is the day before his medical school interview.  Set on not messing this critical interview up Jeff doesn’t want to drink, however his two best friends have a different idea…  Also starring Skylar Astin, Miles Teller and Sarah Wright.


And that’s all folks!  On with the errr, game.

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