Trailers Weekly is a feature in which we bring you the most popular and talked about trailers of the week. Sharing trailers is a classic viral practice, and trailers are still the most mainstream way for people to learn about movies. We’ve got trailers from Kite, The Legend Of Hercules, Bad Words, and Fading Gigolo.

When her cop father is killed, a young woman tracks the murder with the apparent help of his ex-partner. Kite stars Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisley. Callan McAuliffe, Cleo Rinkwest, Russel Savadier, Keci Eatock, Matthew Van Leeve and Jaco Muller also star. The Weinstein Company is expected to release the film sometime this year.

The Legend Of Hercules
In the epic origin story The Legend of Hercules, Kellan Lutz stars as the mythical Greek hero — the son of Zeus, a half-god, half-man blessed with extraordinary strength. Betrayed by his stepfather, the King, and exiled and sold into slavery because of a forbidden love, Hercules must use his formidable powers to fight his way back to his rightful kingdom. The The Legend of Hercules stars Kellan Lutz. The film is out in theaters now.

Bad Words
A spelling bee loser sets out to exact revenge by finding a loophole and attempting to win as an adult. Written by Andrew Dodge, Bad Words is directed by and stars Jason Bateman. The film also features the talents of Kathryn Hahn, Alison Janney, and Rohan Chand. Focus Features will release Bad Words in limited theaters on March 21, 2014.

Fading Gigolo
John Turturro, Woody Allen, Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara star in this New York City set comedy about a florist turn escort. Turturro will play the neophyte hustler, with Allen playing as his pimp. Millennium Entertainment releases in limited theaters on April 18th this spring.

Which was your favorite? Do you agree with the Internet buzz? Of course, every week there are a lot more trailers, teasers, TV spots, and clips that we can’t cover, so go to to see your favorites. You can also download trailers in HD at, or the new iTunes Movie Trailers App on your iPhone or iPad.

By Michael Lee

Michael Lee has an English and Communications degree from Concordia University Irvine. He is a fan of films that are comic-book adaptations and dry witty comedies. has been reacquired by its original founders. Please pardon any interruptions during this transitory period.