Filmmaker Ruairi Robinson has been working on a sci-fi film called The Leviathan and the proof of concept trailer looks amazing. It features a giant, whale-like beast flying through the air with a crew on a spaceship fighting it off. A brief description reads:

By the early 22nd century mankind had colonized many worlds. Faster than light travel was made possible by harvesting exotic matter from the eggs of the largest species mankind has ever seen. Those that take part in the hunt are mostly involuntary labor.

Robinson was attached to the Akira remake at one point, so this isn”t the work of an amateur. This is definitely going to be worth your time to watch.

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Pause for a moment and think about all the superhero films and television series in the works, currently airing, and already in your DVD/Blu-ray collection. You’re making out like a bandit whether you’re a fan or Marvel or DC. YouTube user Alex Luthor took that happy feeling we all get from seeing our favorite heroes and villains on screen and turned it to 11 by making a trailer that imagines what it would be like if Marvel and DC characters played in the same universe.

It pulls from both movies and television, and Luthor did a tremendous job editing together battles from The Avengers, The Flash, Man of Steel, Thor, and more to make it appear as though Marvel and DC characters are facing off.

Watch the awesomeness in the video after the break.

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The Hobbit is not an overly long book, but that didn’t stop Peter Jackson from dividing it up into three movies. Many have wondered how it would have been as one film, but Los Angeles-based editor Joel Walden has gone a step further by giving us a trailer for The Hobbit: The Complete Journey.

He uses clips from the existing movies to create his trailer and, in the process, does a darn fine job of telling what needs to be told in about 4 minutes. Now this is the movie that I really wanted to see.

See the video after the break.

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There isn’t a Star Wars fan out there who isn’t hoping that whatever J.J. Abrams gives us next Christmas lives up to the original trilogy. One fan has imagined how the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer would look if it actually was made up of scenes from those first three films. It turned out really well, and it might put you in the mood for a re-watch marathon—as if you even needed a reason.

See the video after the break.

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Some directors have such a distinct style that you know what to expect the minute the film starts. One such director is Wes Anderson, and this trailer imagines him at the helm of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Needless to say, this parody was inevitable.

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A Swiss Army knife is an indispensable gadget for those who love the great outdoors. It has a tool for your every need, and now the familiar design comes in a lightsaber version. It’s perfect for fighting Jedi or opening a bottle of wine.

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The first teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released on Friday, and it wasn’t long before fans got to work making art based on what they saw in the 88 seconds of footage. YouTuber Snooperking was one of those fans, and since he had nothing to do on Friday, he built sets, gathered minifigs, and set to filming. It took him all day and then some to complete, but the result is pretty fantastic. It’s simply amazing that he turned around something this decent within a day of the teaser being released.

Watch the LEGO version of the trailer after the break.

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Have you ever been more excited about a teaser trailer in your life? Well, the wait is over. However, the wait for December 2015 has just begun.

Check out the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer after the break…

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This is definitely not the real Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, but it’s pretty fantastic considering there wasn’t much material to work with. There are bits and pieces from the old films and fan films mixed with dialogue taken from The Force Unleashed and, believe it or not, Anchorman 2.

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Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters in Japan on September 13th, and the trailers airing over there for the Marvel film are the best. They’re focused on Rocket and Groot, and one of them includes images of actual raccoons before the Guardians footage. I wish they were subtitled in English, but the trailers still manage to be funny without that. Man, now I want to watch Guardians again.

Watch the spots after the break – prepare to laugh.

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