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Top Upcoming Film Trailers

What are the film trailers of upcoming films, all over the internet, that are getting people excited? Alex Moss scoops it all up and puts it all into one place, here on FilmJuice.

What are the film trailers of upcoming films, all over the internet, that are getting people excited? Alex Moss scoops it all up and puts it all into one place, here on FilmJuice.

The Black Swan

Darren Aronofsky delves back into his dark twisted mind, that gave us Requiem For A Dream, to create a supernatural thriller about rival ballerinas. Think Supira, with an arty gloss, and Natalie Portman once again proving her considerable acting chops.

The Devil

Produced by M. Night Shyamalan this looks like a claustrophobic thriller that the man should have focused on, instead of the silly Airbender. Check out the trailer, the film looks ‘brilliantly simple’.

The Town

If Ben Affleck‘s first outing behind the camera (Gone Baby Gone) was anything to go by this will be a taught thriller with a tight focus on characters. That he has managed to get the likes of Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker) and the best thing on TV ever John Hamm (AKA Mad Men’s Don Draper) then this will cement Ben, as a director, to get genuinely excited about.

The Social Network

David Fincher, director of Se7en, and Aaron Sorkin creator of The West Wing, give us the story behind Facebook. Do not be put off by the subject matter, this trailer looks brutally dark with a palpable version of Radiohead’s Creep, playing over the back-stabbing of the cofounders of the internet phenomenon.


Ryan Reynolds trapped in a coffin with only a cell phone and a torch. For a full feature film. Sounds dull, the trailer says anything else and instead implies what could be the most intuitive thriller in years. Think Phone Booth, but with time and air running out.

Never Let Me Go

Mark Romanek, the man who made Robin Williams terrifyingly in One Hour Photo disturbing left The Wolf Man to make this heartfelt drama about a group of youngsters growing up in a mysterious boarding school. Starring Brit stars like Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and new Spider Man Andrew Garfield this could be the thought provoking sleeper hit of the year.


The action film to put The Expendables to shame, it stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and the brilliant Helen Mirren as retired CIA hitmen that are deemed too dangerous to national security so are targeted by the very people they trained. Turns out the old dogs don’t need new tricks though.


This shows every promise of being this years Cloverfield with its under the radar promotion about Mexico being quarantined as it is occupied by vast monsters.

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