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First Trailer For Seth MacFarlane’s ‘Ted 2′ Fights For Its Rights

After the mega-bomb embarrassment that was A Million Ways to Die in the West, Seth MacFarlane is returning to familiar territory this summer with the safest bet possible: a follow-up to the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all-time, Ted. Set to debut in June, the first trailer has now been released. This time we find […]

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Trailer for Israel’s Oscar Submission ‘Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem’

Following a Cannes premiere, where it earned some fine notices, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem will be hitting U.S. shores in just two-and-a-half weeks, courtesy of Music Box Films. The third installment in Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz‘s trilogy (following 2004′s To Take a Wife and 2008′s 7 Days) has been praised for its “beautifully […]

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Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman Put On Thick Russian Accents In Trailer for ‘Child 44’

Child 44 is yet another installment in the long, sacred line of films featuring English-speaking actors donning thick foreign accents so as to give the film “authenticity” without making people (gasp!) read subtitles for 110 minutes. What that signals about Daniel Espinosa‘s newest film, itself the latest pairing between Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman (this […]

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First Trailer For Josh Trank’s ‘Fantastic Four’

An effect of the current superhero craze means every studio is looking to see which of their costume-centered properties can be rebooted and repackaged for mass appeal. When it comes to 20th Century Fox, after financial success with X-Men, they are now doing a new spin on Fantastic Four. Recruiting Chronicle‘s Josh Trank to direct, […]

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Insane Trailer for Aleksei German’s ‘Hard to Be a God’ Goes Medieval

Since it premiered in November of 2013, the word on Hard to Be a God has been so strong that the “hype machine” may, for some, have spun into overdrive. The final film from Russian great Aleksei German (Khrustalyov, My Car!) adapts a novel, from Arkady and Boris Strugatsky (the authors behind Tarkovsky’s Stalker), about […]

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New Trailer for Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘Eden’ Has Us Lost In Music

I saw Mia Hansen-Løve‘s Eden at the New York Film Festival some four months ago and have barely stopped thinking about it since. The French filmmaker’s fourth outing is at once a continuation of the path laid out in three prior features and the charting of larger, more ambitious territory, precisely the sort of advancement […]

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Eli Roth Turns Fantasies Into Nightmares In Trailer for Keanu Reeves-Led ‘Knock Knock’

Eli Roth, the horror mastermind behind Hostel, brought Knock Knock, his latest writing-directing endeavor, to Sundance 2015. Roth debuted the trailer last night on his Facebook page, giving all those who will not be able to attend the briefest of teases — only 30 seconds, in fact. The trailer features Keanu Reeves as Evea Webber, […]

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Peter Bogdanovich Returns In Trailer for ‘She’s Funny That Way,’ Starring Imogen Poots and Owen Wilson

Years after it was first announced — and years still after it finished production — the new film from Peter Bogdanovich is finally arriving in theaters. From an initial look, She’s Funny That Way, a Broadway-centered comedy produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach, appears more high-concept and, I suppose, “old-fashioned” than much of its […]

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First Trailer For Sundance Drama ‘Partisan’ Featuring Vincent Cassel

Few actors can get us interested in a film on name alone, but Vincent Cassel certainly holds that honor. At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, he’ll be taking part in the feature debut of Ariel Kleiman, Partisan, which follows him overseeing a closed community and specifically his mentoring of a young boy who does dangerous jobs for him. […]

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Campus Sexual Assault Investigated In Trailer For Sundance Doc ‘The Hunting Ground’

After exposing the violent sexual assault within the U.S. military in The Invisible War, director Kirby Dick is returning to Sundance Film Festival this year with a similarly-themed expose, but in a different institution. The Hunting Ground — premiering at Sundance this Friday and hitting theaters in March via Radius-TWC — heads to college campuses […]

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