Trailer Park Friday: Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, The Fault in Our Stars & Book Trailers Galore

I am so done with today. I just want to curl up somewhere with a book and some cookies and pretend like today never happened. But first I bring you trailers!

It's nearly the day where everyone crowds around their television to watch hours of commercials (or a football game, whatevs), but for whatever reason, people are putting out their Super Bowl ads out early or creating commercials for their commercials. That includes a teaser for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which comes out May 2.

This is a Wonder Woman short film that shows the potential for a WW movie if only Warner Brothers would stop being stupid and/or lazy to create one. It's very stylistic and doesn't have much of a story, but the visual are good. Except the ending - that part didn't make sense to me. It was directed by directed by Sam Balcomb of Rainfall Films, and you can see some of Rainfall Films other movies on their Youtube channel here.

This next confession is probably going to get me thrown out of the book blogger community, but I've never read The Fault in Our Stars (or any John Green for that matter). I know it's a book that will make me cry and I haven't yet had the courage to read it and be depressed for days on end. This trailer is reinforcing that fear of this book and there is not enough money that would make me see this film in a theatre. I only ugly cry at home, thank you very much. The film adaptation comes out June 6.

And now for some book trailers. I have two for books I've recently read and LOOOOVED and two for the final books in series I haven't even started yet. First up is Cress by Marissa Meyer, which comes out February 4 and everyone should read it because it is amazing. You can read my review here.

And then here is Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge which came out this past Tuesday and is also really good. My review is here and now the trailer:

Somewhere in my never ending TBR pile, there is Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi and Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. The final books in those trilogies are comng out this winter. Into the Still Blue (finale of Under the Never Sky) came out this past week while Ignite Me comes outFebruary 4.

And with that, I declare today over. Cookies for everyone! Share your favorite videos in the comments and have a great weekend.