You’d think that the best and worst trailers of 2018 would correspond with the best and worst films. And in several cases, they do! But sometimes a trailer can obscure what’s unique about a film (like Mission: Impossible), or make a middling sequel (like Creed II) seem truly great. The year’s best one, for A Star Is Born, had audiences literally humming the trailer. And a few of these trailers tease films that won’t be released until 2019. Read our picks for the best and worst previews of the year, and leave your additions in the comments. BEST: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (Nov. 12)
Cruise takes us inside the HALO jump that he deemed too risky for co-star Henry Cavill to do.
Sharks, superheroes, and documentaries scored big this summer. John Travolta did not.
Death comes up a lot when Henry Cavill talks about intensity of those 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' stunts.
Henry Cavill tells Yahoo why he shakes his fists in "Mission: Impossible — Fallout" moment that's already gone viral.
Six movies in, Tom Cruise's category-best action franchise shrewdly pays off elements established over the previous films.
First look at the new art for upcoming sixth installment in Paramount's blockbuster franchise.
Cavill loves the memes birthed by his "Mission: Impossible — Fallout" mustache having to be digitally removed for "Justice League" reshoots.
The "Justice League" actor's perfect eulogy for his facial hair is missing just one thing: footage of the actual shaving process. But you'll forgive him after this clever montage.
Heading into Super Bowl LII, Hollywood's mission — if it chose to accept it — was to excite moviegoers about 2018's biggest blockbusters.
The actor unveils a hair-raising image of himself hanging off the side of a pilot-less helicopter in the franchise's sixth installment, which reportedly left him seriously injured.