All donning Han's iconic vest, Bill Hader proved he was much better at playing Jabba the Hut, 50 Cent was a little too intimidating with Han's glock, and Adam Sandler did his best adult baby babbling a la Billy Madison.
We have no idea why execs didn't think a movie about the most iconic female superhero would sell *cough*sexism*cough* but if this AMAZING San Diego Comic-Con footage is anything to go on, it's going to be THE event movie of next year!
But we'll let the lethal lady speak for herself. Watch the action-packed first trailer (below)!
The trailer (which you can see above) depicts four young people going off into the woods in Burkittsville, Maryland — after one of the four, James (played by James Allen McCune) thinks he sees his sister (who disappeared in the woods in the very first Blair Witch movie back in 1999) in a YouTube video.
The trailer is really well done and it makes the flick look at once spooky, creepy, and jump out of your seat scary! Definitely an upgrade from the original film that's now 17 years old!
You can see the full thing on September 16, when Blair Witch hits theaters.
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The amazing trailer (above), really showcasing the Apocalypse Now-style flick, makes it so we absolutely can't wait to see Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, and so many more starts do their thing among the apes!
Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, this movie trailer is really giving off a '70s vibe, and being set in the jungle, its war movie-kind of feel really has us going. Love it!!
First, the 3-minute sneak peek teases — but doesn't reveal the deadly fate of our heroes in peril. Instead, it focuses mainly on what's going to happen with the Saviors and the Kingdom once Negan (Jeffrey DeanMorgan) makes his pick!
But that's not all — we also get a brand-new look at
Following Monday night's "Face Off"-themed dance battles in honor of the 2016 Presidential Election, half the cast was granted immunity from elimination (even if the selection process was completely unfair).