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Captain America and Iron Man Face Off In First Trailer For Marvel’s ‘Civil War’

Considering it reached $1.4 billion worldwide, if you’re reading this, you probably sat through Avengers: Age of Ultron. However, if you’re like this viewer, you couldn’t help but feeling more than a little disappointed by the superhero tentpole. Thankfully, the next film that gets (most of) the gang back together looks a bit more interesting. Directed […]


First Trailer For ‘Belgica,’ From the Director of ‘The Broken Circle Breakdown’

Over the past few years, there have been a number of films focusing on the personal toll of music making. This year saw Eden, the lightly fictionalized story of a failed DJ, which dominated the festival circuit, and the EDM story, We Are Your Friends, which attracted a small but vocal fanbase. And though they […]

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Trailer For Mika Kaurismäki’s ‘The Girl King’ Shows the Reign of a Cultural Revolutionary

Mika Kaurismäki has had a long film career, but he still may be best known to film fans in the shadow of his brother, Aki Kaurismäki (Le Havre). The Girl King, his next film, may change that reputation though given the pedigree of both the cast and writers, and its possibility to tell the story […]

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Celebrate ‘Christmas, Again’ In Trailer for Acclaimed Drama

Hitting theaters and VOD just in time for the holidays is Christmas, Again, a drama that’s been earning fine notices at its festival appearances throughout the year. Writer-director Charles Poekel has crafted a story centered on a man (Queen of Earth‘s Kentucker Audley) spiraling into a miserable state of mind while selling Christmas trees at […]

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U.S. Trailer for ‘Arabian Nights’ Brings You Closer to Miguel Gomes’ Three-Film Epic

I agree with our Cannes review when it says, “While it could certainly have used trimming in parts, Arabian Nights is definitely worth the six-hour investment,” and yet I remain uncertain about the total impact of Miguel Gomes‘ massive project. Being divided into three films — The Desolate One, The Restless One and The Enchanted […]


First Trailer For ‘Krisha’ Provides Glimpse at SXSW Winner and 2016 Highlight

Despite winning both the Grand Jury and Audience Awards at this year’s SXSW and making an appearance at Cannes, Trey Edward Shults’ debut feature, Krisha, didn’t seem to pick up the same buzz as most festival darlings this year. But with the news that A24 is distributing, and this first stunning trailer, it should become visible […]


Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart Team Up In First Trailer For ‘Central Intelligence’

Seemingly becoming its own subgenre in the last few years, the Kevin Hart buddy comedy has perhaps its most promising entry next year. Central Intelligence teams him with Dwayne Johnson, who has become Hollywood’s go-to action star as of late. Thankfully letting him exercise his comedy muscle that he deftly showed off in The Other Guys, […]


Melissa McCarthy Becomes ‘The Boss’ in First Trailer

Her Ghostbusters reboot won’t be the only comedy Melissa McCarthy is taking part in come 2016. A few months prior one can see the Bridesmaids star in The Boss, which comes from her husband Ben Falcone, who also helmed Tammy. Also starring Kristen Bell, Peter Dinklage, and Kathy Bates, the first trailer has now landed today. […]


Richard Gere is ‘The Benefactor’ in First Trailer For Andrew Renzi’s Drama

Seeking out substantial leading characters of complexity within independent dramas in recent years, Richard Gere has delivered accomplished performances in Arbitrage and Time Out of Mind. He’s now found another with The Benefactor (formerly known as Franny), the directorial debut of Andrew Renzi, which follows Gere as the title character, a profoundly rich philanthropist who enjoys helping out those close to him […]


First Trailer For Jeff Nichols’ ‘Midnight Special’ With Michael Shannon, Kirsten Dunst & Joel Edgerton

If all goes according to plan, we’ll be seeing not one, but two features from Take Shelter and Mud director Jeff Nichols next year. He’s currently shooting the drama Loving with Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga, and it seems primed for a fall 2016 release, but first out of the gate will be his long-awaited studio debut: […]

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