Digital Spy takes a look at the pick of this week's top trailer releases below...
World War Z Super Bowl trailer: Brad Pitt vs Zombies
Action. Zombies. New York City. Quantum of Solace director Marc Foster returns behind the camera to film Brad Pitt for this no-budget-spared adaptation of the best-selling novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War. This is the blink-and-you'll-miss-it teaser trailer before the Super Bowl trailer premiers on Sunday (February 3). The undead action is unleashed in cinemas on June 21.
Snitch Super Bowl trailer: Dwayne Johnson goes on the rampage
This action-thriller sees an undercover Dwayne Johnson fight for his imprisoned son's freedom - by chasing down drug lords through explosions and gun-fights. Alongside the Snitch Super Bowl trailer, Johnson will be appearing this Sunday in commercials for both the 'Got Milk' campaign and Fast & Furious 6.
Exclusive: Cloud Atlas TV trailer: Tom Hanks, Halle Berry in sci-fi drama
Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and Hugh Grant feature in this magical sci-fi drama. Six different narrative timelines intertwine in the film version of David Mitchell's acclaimed novel. The Wachowski siblings buddy up with Tom Tykwer to direct the epic tale spanning hundreds of years, with actors switching roles, race and gender. The UK release is February 22.
Upside Down trailer: Jim Sturgess, Kirsten Dunst's sci-fi debuts new trailer
Gravity shakes up this sci-fi romance as Jim Sturgess stars alongside Kirsten Dunst in a fight for a complicated, forbidden love. Adam and Eden are a young couple from two separate worlds. The worlds' separate gravities affect only their inhabitants, and cross-border romance is not allowed - this sees the couple go on the run. Upside Down debuts on March 15 in the US, and a UK release date is yet to be confirmed.
Seth MacFarlane mocks Pierce Brosnan's James Bond in new Oscar video
Only Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane can get away with mocking James Bond in this way. As an ode to rumours of all six 007 actors reuniting at the Oscars, the Academy Awards host takes up bar-tending in a clip spliced with Pierce Brosnan's The World is Not Enough. When Bond requests his usual cocktail "shaken not stirred", bartender MacFarlane mocks the spy, assuring him "no-one has ever stirred a martini, that's not how you make a martini". MacFarlane previously appeared in an Oscars promo referencing Alfred Hitchcock horror Psycho.
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