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Weekly Top 5: Movie Trailer Videos

by Joe Kukura on August 4, 2013

Top 5 Movie PreviewsRealPlayer’s Daily Videos produces another parade of the best Internet movie trailers of this week. This week’s top five looks at movie trailer previews, but RealPlayer keeps tabs on the most popular videos in 15 different topical channels like Gaming, Music, Sports and more.

You can also Bookmark the videos to store in your RealPlayer library, like the videos on Facebook, email them to friends, or share them on Twitter. Just open RealPlayer and click on the Web Videos tab at the center top for an easily navigable and endlessly addictive collection of this week’s top videos online. For those looking for a variety of videos be sure to check out the New & Popular channel.

THIS WEEK’S TOP MOVIE PREVIEW VIDEOS

If you’re looking to learn more about what’s happening in the film and entertainment fields check out the Film & Animation and Entertainment channels where you can see the latest in anime and how Lindsay Lohan takes over late night, respectively. And now for this week’s top 5 movie preview trailers.

5. “DARIA MOVIE TRAILER (WITH AUBREY PLAZA)”

The Daria” movie trailer is not a real movie trailer, just an amusing prank by the leg-pullers at CollegeHumor.com. “Parks and Recreation” star Aubrey Plaza rocks the specs in a mock trailer for a mock Hollywood remake of the late 90s MTV cartoon. WARNING: Insanely loud commercial embedded in the last ten seconds of this video!

Can’t decide what movie to go see? Download RealPlayer for free and check out the Daily Videos to see the latest movie trailers available online.

4. “JOBS THE FILM: MAKING OF JOBS – BEHIND THE SCENES FEATURETTE”

The Steve Jobs biopic starring tech-enthusiast Ashton Kutcher is about to hit theaters, and you can get an extended sneak preview in “Making of Jobs – Behind the Scenes”. More than just a trailer, this featurette includes interviews with the co-stars and of course Kutcher, who so nails the role of Steve Jobs in his 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s that it’s a little bit scary.

3. “THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY OFFICIAL TRAILER #1 (2013)”

Funny guy Ben Stiller directs and stars in the The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Trailer, the preview for one of the most anticipated holiday season movies. The 1939 James Thurber short story gets jazzed up for the modern era, with Sean Penn, Kristen Wiig, and some unforgettable cinematography along for the ride.

2. “AMERICAN HUSTLE TRAILER”

It’s about time we had another 70s mob movie! The American Hustle Trailer is the preview for this holiday season’s big action drama starring Christian Bale and Bradley Cooper as wiseguys working as double agents. No surprise that Robert DeNiro is in this thing too, though he does not appear in the trailer

1. “JACKASS PRESENTS: BAD GRANDPA – OFFICIAL TRAILER”

American Hustle” won’t get much Oscar competition from the new “Jackass” movie, but for this week Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – Official Trailer is the big winner. Johnny Knoxville has graduated from ill-advised physical stunts, now doing hidden camera set-up gags designed to capture the mortified reactions of real people. The film will be released in late October.

What’s your favorite video find this week? Should they actually make that “Daria” movie? Did I somehow miss Robert DeNiro in that “American Hustle” trailer? Let me have it in the comments section below.

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