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New Trailer and Batch of Images For Robert Rodriguez’s ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’

“The first Sin City was such an experiment. We weren’t sure what audiences would accept, because it was just completely different,” director Robert Rodriguez recently told Film School Rejects when it came to his 2005 hit. As for the 3D follow-up, he added, “They liked it, so [we] could push it forward and do more [...]

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‘The Trip to Italy’ Trailer – Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon Embark on Another Adventure

Proving more of the same isn’t a bad thing, The Trip to Italy premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to positive reviews, and today, the first trailer has dropped. Featuring the return of director Michael Winterbottom and stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, the film features the two traversing the terrain of — you [...]

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Trailer For 80′s-Set Sundance Comedy ‘Ping Pong Summer’ With Susan Sarandon & More

“Nostalgia can be an unwieldy tool in the world of filmmaking. Few features manage to effectively capture the charms of a certain time period, either going overboard to the point of exhaustion or poking fun of them so much it starts to feel disingenuous,” we remarked at Sundance. “Thankfully, Ping Pong Summer takes us back to [...]

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Trailers For Cannes Selections ‘Bird People,’ ‘A Hard Day,’ ‘Band of Girls,’ ‘Red Army,’ ‘These Final Hours,’ and More

Aside from perhaps a surprise announcement or two, the Cannes line-up looks to be set, along with the sidebars Critics Week and Directors Fortnight, and today brings a batch of new trailers from the festival. They include one of our most-anticipated of the line-up, the next film from Lady Chatterley director Pascale Ferran, Bird People, as well [...]

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First Trailer For Adèle Exarchopoulos’ ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ Follow-Up ‘Insecure’

“On screen for nearly all of Blue is the Warmest Color‘s three-plus hour runtime, few performances — breakthrough or not — this year are as transfixing as that of Adèle Exarchopoulos,” we said in last year’s rundown of the best breakthrough performances. While the actress has set her first major English-language project with Sean Penn‘s The Last [...]

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‘Jersey Boys’ Trailer – Clint Eastwood Brings Tony Award-Winning Musical to Screens

While he usually cranks out a film at least every year or two, Clint Eastwood dedicated some time to star in Trouble With the Curve, which means he’s taken his longest break away from directing in over three decades. Three years since J. Edgar, he’s now returned with his next film, all while he’s off [...]

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Two Trailers For Argentinian Drama ‘Wild Stories,’ Contending For Palme d’Or at Cannes ’14

While Cronenberg, Dardennes, Assayas, Loach, Leigh, and more regulars will be returning to Cannes Film Festival, there were a few relative unknowns in the line-up. One such example is Damián Szifrón, who is mostly known for his television work in Argentina, but will be bringing his latest drama Relatos salvajes (aka Wild Stories) to the [...]

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U.S. Trailer and Poster For James Gray’s ‘The Immigrant’ Finally Arrive

Nearly a year after it premiered at Cannes Film Festival, The Weinstein Company will finally be giving James Gray‘s The Immigrant a theatrical release in the United States, albeit a limited one. We commended the film at Cannes, saying in our full review, “Set in 1921 New York, [it's a] sprawling tale of an American dream gone awry. Immaculate [...]

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Full-Length Trailer For ‘The Rover’ With Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce, Premiering at Cannes

To go along with its announcement as part of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival line-up, A24 Films have now dropped the full-length trailer for David Michod‘s Animal Kingdom follow-up The Rover. Set in the near-future, the “existential western” teams Guy Pearce with Robert Pattinson as they trek through the Australian desert to hunt down a gang [...]

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First Trailer For Dardennes’ Cannes Premiere ‘Two Days, One Night’ With Marion Cotillard

One of the most sure-fire bets for the Cannes Film Festival was the next project from the talented Belgian duo of Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne and, sure enough, their follow-up to The Kid with a Bike was announced this morning. Deux Jours, Une Nuit (translated to Two Days, One Night) follows Marion Cotillard as Sandra, a woman who has a weekend [...]

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