Brand new ‘The New Mutants’ trailer surfaces online

Rewrites.

Reshoots.

Rescheduling.

To say that 20th Century Fox’s X-Men spin-off “The New Mutants” had hit some roadblocks may be one of the biggest understatements we have ever heard. Years after back-to-back issues plagued the film, it looks like it may finally see the light of day (and we’re using the word may very lightly).

On Monday (Jan. 6), the studio behind the long-awaited film (note, it’s still under 20th Century Fox, not Disney) finally unleashed another trailer for the flick. Described as ““an original horror thriller,” the trailer definitely doubles down on that as we watch our protagonists inside of an isolated and nightmarish hospital as they try to figure out what exactly they got themselves into.

If you’re expecting any X-Men/superhero troupes in the trailer, then you’re going to be let down as it feels more like a horror film than a superhero flick.

Watch the two-and-half-minute trailer above.

Directed by Josh Boone, “The New Mutants” stars Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga.

“The New Mutants” will reportedly hit theaters on April 2, but knowing its history, we’re going to remain skeptical about that.

Watch Black Widow revisit her past in the first trailer for ‘Black Widow’

“Black Widow” flies into theaters on May 1, 2020.

The Scarlett Johansson-staring film will not only be the first MCU film of 2020 but also the first flick of the cinematic universe’s Phase Four.

That’s right, we’re going into phase four with a (literal) bang.

Watch Brendon Urie take center stage in ‘Into the Unknown’

If you’re a parent, then you know for a fact that “Frozen 2” has already invaded movie theaters.

If you’re a fan of Panic! at the Disco, then you’re probably ready for the band’s music video for their take on one of the film’s newest songs.

On Friday (Nov. 22), the Las Vegas-founded act unleashed the over-three-minute clip for “Into the Unknown.” The video begins with frontman Brendon Urie looking every bit like a Las Vegas performer (technically he is) in a dressing room in a venue.

As the video progresses, we see that the venue in question is not an arena or a concert venue, but rather a theater. The rest of the clip consists of Urie standing at center stage, belting out the lyrics into an old-school microphone giving us some serious “But It’s Better If You Do” vibes.

Yup. It looks like Urie’s time on Broadway may have slightly influenced the music video.

In between shots of Urie performing in the empty (and beautiful) theater, there’s footage from the highly-anticipated sequel. The “Frozen 2” scenes primarily feature Queen Elsa, which makes sense since it’s one of her songs (performed by Idina Menzel).

Check out the music video for “Into the Unknown” above.

Panic! at the Disco joins the movie’s stars Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna), Josh Gad (Olaf), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff), and newcomer Evan Rachel Wood (Iduna) as well as Weezer, and Kacey Musgraves on the film’s soundtrack.

Oscar-award winning duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez return as the writers for the new tracks while Christophe Beck provided the original score for the sequel.

The “Frozen 2” soundtrack was released last Friday (Nov. 15) through Walt Disney Records. “Frozen 2” is now in theaters, so get ready to hear this song (and probably others) all over the radio for the next couple of years.

Watch Harley Quinn navigate Gotham in first ‘Birds of Prey’ trailer

No more Mista J. (We can ALL be grateful for that.)

The (girl) gang is all here.

And did we just see Harley adopt one of her beloved “babies” (Bud..maybe Lou)?

Well, to say that there’s a lot to take in from the first trailer for the upcoming “Birds of Prey” film may be an understatement. Instead of going on about every single colorful (both visually and verbally) moment of the two-minute clip, we’re going to let you watch it again and again and see for yourselves.

Why?

“‘Cause I’m Harley-freaking-Quinn.”

“Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” rides its way into theaters on Feb. 7, 2020.

Weezer, Panic! at the Disco, and Kacey Musgraves join ‘Frozen 2’ soundtrack

It’s time to “Let It Go” and make your way “Into the Unknown.”

At least we hope so (for all of our sakes).

On Monday (Sept. 30), the House of Mouse released the full tracklisting for the upcoming “Frozen” sequel’s original motion picture soundtrack. Like the original flick, the sequel’s soundtrack will feature songs performed by the movie’s stars including Idina Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna), Josh Gad (Olaf), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff), and newcomer Evan Rachel Wood (Iduna).

What is different from the upcoming album and its 2013 predecessor is the inclusion of not one, but three end credit tracks. Taking a cue from pop music, the “Frozen 2” soundtrack will feature Panic! at the Disco, Weezer, and country darling Kacey Musgraves giving their own spin on three new tunes.

The Brendon Urie-led act will take on Idina Menzel’s “Into the Unknown” while the “Buddy Holly” band will provide their rendition of Jonathan Groff’s “Lost in the Woods.” Hopefully, Musgraves will give Evan Rachel Wood’s “All is Found” her signature country-pop vibe.

For now, you can watch the latest trailer for the upcoming flick, which features Menzel’s “Into the Unknown.”

Oscar-award winning duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez return to their post as the writers for the original songs while Christophe Beck will provide the original score for the highly-anticipated sequel.

The “Frozen 2” soundtrack is due out Nov. 15 thought Walt Disney Records. The record will be released a week before the film’s theatrical debut on Nov. 22 (just in time for Thanksgiving). Pre-orders for the soundtrack are currently available for purchase.

FROZEN 2 SOUNDTRACK LIST:

1. “All is Found” – Evan Rachel Wood
2. “Some Things Never Change” – Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, and Jonathan Groff
3. “Into the Unknown” – Idina Menzel (feat. AURORA)
4. “When I Am Older” – Josh Gad
5. “Reindeer(s) are Better than People (cont.)” – Jonathan Groff
6. “Lost in the Woods” – Jonathan Groff
7. “Show Yourself” – Idina Menzel and Evan Rachel Wood
8. “The Next Right Thing” – Kristen Bell
9. “Into the Unknown” – Panic! at the Disco (end credits)
10. “All is Found” – Kacey Musgraves (end credits)
11. “Lost in the Woods” – Weezer (end credits)