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U.S. Trailer For Xavier Dolan’s Psychological Thriller ‘Tom at the Farm’

While his work is certainly appreciated in Canada and elsewhere around the world, it seems to be taking the United States a little more to time to recognize the films of Xavier Dolan. His latest, Cannes-winning film Mommy was the first of his features to get decent distribution (earlier this year), and now, finally, his […]

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Full-Length Trailer For ‘Steve Jobs’ Finds Michael Fassbender Changing the Future

While anyone with the most basic knowledge of technology knows the influence Steve Jobs had on the world, a forthcoming feature aims to take a deeper look into his life. With a prime fall release set for October, Danny Boyle‘s Michael Fassbender-led Steve Jobs is set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 […]

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‘London Has Fallen’ In First Trailer For Gerard Butler-Led Action Sequel

London Has Fallen and only Gerard Butler can help get it back up. After the Antoine Fuqua-helmed Olympus Has Fallen racked up over $160 million worldwide, producers believe it’s a profitable venture to follow it up with a London-set sequel. This time directed by Babak Najafi (Snabba Cash II), today brings our first teaser trailer. […]

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Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone Step Into the Ring In Trailer for ‘Rocky’ Spin-Off ‘Creed’

It’s hard to think of many ideas throughout all of film history that elicit a “yeah, sure, why the hell not” reaction quite like Ryan Coogler‘s Creed, a Rocky spin-off focused on Adonis Johnson Creed, son of Apollo Creed. Although Sylvester Stallone ended the franchise on a surprisingly commendable note in 2006′s Rocky Balboa (saving […]

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‘I Am Chris Farley’ Trailer Celebrates and Mourns a Comedy Legend

The world of comedy can also unfortunately bring tragedy and such was the case with Chris Farley. A performer with unbound energy as exhibited on Saturday Night Live and in his ten films, notably Tommy Boy and Black Sheep, his life was cut short at the age of 33 in 1997 after a drug overdose. […]

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First Teaser Trailer For Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Following up Laura Poitras‘ Oscar-winning Edward Snowden exposé Citizenfour, Oliver Stone will be turning the events of his life into a drama, set to arrive this Christmas. Snowden finds Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing the whistle-blower, but more specifically diving into his time before the major events, when he served the country, enlisting the United States Army Reserve and then […]

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First Trailer For ‘The Secret In Their Eyes’ Remake Starring Julia Roberts, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Nicole Kidman

Translating a foreign film to the world of Hollywood can be a tricky proposition. Few succeed while most fail, but when it comes to the re-do of Juan José Campanella‘s Oscar-winning drama The Secret in Their Eyes, the film at least has the talent pedigree to keep us curious. Coming from writer-director Billy Ray (Captain Phillips, […]

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Tig Notaro Takes Chances In First Trailer For Sundance Documentary

Chances are you’ve already heard the story of Tig Notaro, or at least her landmark 30-minute stand-up following her diagnosis of cancer and the death of her mother. This summer one will get a chance to go deeper into the story and life of the comedian as the documentary Tig arrives on Netflix following a Sundance […]

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Ethan Hawke Brings Asa Butterfield to New York City in First Trailer For ‘Ten Thousand Saints’

After lighting up Sundance last year with Boyhood, Ethan Hawke returned this year with another coming-of-age drama, this time going a few decades back and set in New York City. Coming from directors Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman (American Splendor), Ten Thousand Saints follows the tale of Hawke’s character bringing his son (Asa Butterfield) […]

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First NSFW Trailer For ‘Love’ Reveals Gaspar Noé’s Fantasy-Filled Erotic Journey

One of the most divisive movies to premiere at Cannes this year was, to little surprise, the latest work from Gaspar Noé. His 3D melodrama, Love, tracks the relationship between three individuals, and now we have a better glimpse at the erotic journey thanks to the first trailer from France, where it’ll be released in a […]

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