With Charlie Sheen still nosediving into a void of self-destruction, it's nice to see the rest of the Sheen/Estevez men back on the big screen and doing something productive with their lives. Soon to hit theaters on October 7, Emilio Estevez directs and plays opposite his real-life father Martin Sheen in 'The Way,' a story of loss, growth, and a pilgrimage across Europe.

So click through to weigh in on the debut trailer along with the rest of the trailers that broke this past week

'The Way'

What's it about?: A father gets word that his estranged son has died while hiking the El camino de Santiago trail across France and Spain. In the hopes of gaining a better understanding of his late son, the father decides to the hike the trail himself while meeting new people and spreading his son's ashes along the way.

Who's in it?: Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez, and James Nesbitt, among others. Written and directed by Emilio Estevez.

When does it come out?: October 7, 2011.

What do we think of the movie?: Could be good, nice to see Sheen and Estevez doing the father-and-son thing.

'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance'

What's it about?: Johnny Blaze comes out of hiding to kill the devil.

Who's in it?: Nicolas Cage, Idris Elba, and Ciaran Hinds, among others. Directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, written by Scott S. Gimple and David S. Goyer.

When does it come out?: February 17, 2012.

What do we think of the trailer?: Way more awesome than we ever could have imagined.


What's it about?: Two sets of parents meet after their kids get into a brawl at school. What starts as a civil conversation gradual spirals into utter chaos as the adults become just as bad as their kids.

Who's in it?: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz. Written and directed by Roman Polanski.

When does it come out?: December 16, 2011.

What do we think of the trailer?: Absolutely fantastic and jam-packed with Oscar bait.

'The Woman in Black'

What's it about?: A young lawyer travels to a remote mansion to collect a deceased client's belongings. Upon arriving, the lawyer discovers the mansion's dark history and finds himself terrorized by a vengeful ghost who threatens the lives of him and his family.

Who's in it?: Daniel Radcliffe and Ciaran Hinds, among others. Directed by James Watkins, written by Jane Goldman.

When does it come out?: February 3, 2011.

What do we think of the trailer?: Terrifying.

'Machine Gun Preacher'

What's it about?: Based on a true story, a former biker/drug dealer sees the light, turns his life around, and devotes his life to rescuing Sudanese children from becoming child soldiers.

Who's in it?: Gerard Butler, Michelle Monaghan, and Michael Shannon, among others. Directed by Marc Forster, written by Jason Keller.

When does it come out?: November 18, 2011.

What do we think of the trailer?: Better than the title.


What's it about?: Based on a true story, a drug abusing, hotshot lawyer takes a high-profile case representing a nurse who's suing her hospital. The more he learns about the case, the closer he gets to uncovering a health care conspiracy that's bigger than he ever could have imagined could put his entire firm at risk.

Who's in it?: Chris Evans, Vinessa Shaw, and Mark Kassen, among others. Directed by Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen, written by Chris Lopata.

When does it come out?: September 23, 2011.

What do we think of the movie?: Interesting stuff, but Evans steals the show.

'Underworld: Awakening'

What's it about?: The fourth film in the series, 'Awakening' picks up with Selene (Kate Beckinsale) coming out of a 12-year-induced coma to find a world in which humans have discovered the truth about vampires and Lycans and are waging an all-out war against them. She also finds out she has a daughter somewhere in the world.

Who's in it?: Kate Beckinsal and Michael Ealy, among others. Directed by Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, written by J. Michael Straczynski.

When does it come out?: January 20, 2012.

What do we think of the movie?: More of the same.

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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
Based on 20 critics

A secret sect hires Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) to save a boy from Satan (CiarĂ¡n Hinds). Read More

The Way
Based on 28 critics

An American father travels to France to claim the body of his estranged son. Read More

Based on 17 critics

A drug-addicted lawyer fights a medical-supplies corporation in court. Read More

The Woman in Black
Based on 40 critics

A young lawyer (Daniel Radcliffe) goes to a remote house in a marsh, which holds ghostly secrets. Read More

Underworld Awakening
Based on 17 critics

Vampire warrior Selene escapes imprisonment to find that humans are killing vampires and lycans. Read More

Based on 40 critics

A polite meeting between two sets of parents descends into chaos. Read More

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Machine Gun Preacher
Based on 32 critics

Former biker Sam Childers (Gerard Butler) establishes an orphanage in Africa. Read More