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Final Trailer For Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

You did it everyone: by tweeting #AvengersAssemble, the studio has released the final trailer they never would have anyways for a film coming out in less than two months that you’ll all see regardless. Coming from Joss Whedon, the follow-up to Marvel’s record-breaking 2012 hit features the return of Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris […]

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First Trailer For Tarsem’s ‘Self/Less’ Finds Ben Kingsley Inhabiting Ryan Reynolds’ Body

A consistently underrated expert of the visual medium, Tarsem might not always have the material to back up his story, but The Fall, Immortals, and, yes, even Mirror Mirror showed he can defy expectations. His latest film, Self/Less, teams him with Ryan Reynolds (who with The Voices has shown he’s looking for something a bit different) and today the first trailer has arrived. The story follows a […]

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First Trailer and Clip For ‘Mr. Holmes’ Finds Ian McKellen Solving His Last Case

Considering he’s been around for over 125 years, one might think Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation Sherlock Holmes might have been waned out of popular culture. With the Benedict Cumberbatch-led series, the Robert Downey Jr.-led franchise and now another upcoming film, that looks to be anything but the case. Bill Condon‘s Mr. Holmes visits the […]

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‘Moonrise Kingdom’ Star Kara Hayward Leads Trailer For ‘The Sisterhood of Night’

“It’s not very often that an actor other than a Wilson brother, Jason Schwartzman or Bill Murray gets to take the reigns in a Wes Anderson film,” we said a few years ago. “With Moonrise Kingdom, not only did Anderson incorporate a new 1960s period, but he also found two young actors that fit seamlessly into […]

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Oscar Isaac Hits the Dance Floor In New Trailer and Clip For ‘Ex Machina’

Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac may be leading a certain highly-anticipated sci-fi feature later next year, but there’s another that’s near the top of our radar. After working closely with Danny Boyle on films such as Sunshine, 28 Days Later, and The Beach, Alex Garland will make his directorial debut with Ex Machina, and now a new trailer […]

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Trailer For Eugène Green’s Acclaimed Drama ‘La Sapienza’ With Fabrizio Rongione and More

After stopping by the major film festivals at Locarno, Toronto, New York, London, Torino, and more, La Sapienza will finally see a U.S. release later this month from Kino Lorber. Starring Dardennes regular Fabrizio Rongione (last seen in Two Days, One Night), Christelle Prot Landmann, Ludovico Succio, and Arianna Nastro, the film folllows “a brilliant architect […]

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U.S. Trailer For Abel Ferrara’s ‘Welcome to New York’

Abel Ferrara‘s Welcome to New York, one of our top 50 films of the half-decade thus far, will finally be arriving to the United States this month, but unfortunately not in the best of shape. The loose retelling of the Dominique Strauss-Kahn affair clocked in at 125 minutes when we reviewed it at Cannes Film Festival, but now […]

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Trailer For Bill Plympton’s Animated Noir Feature ‘Cheatin”

After being nominated for Oscars multiple times and winning prizes at Cannes, iconic animator Bill Plympton is returning with his seventh feature film this year. Inspired by the works of James M. Cain such as Double Indemnity and The Postman Always Rings Twice, Cheatin’ is set to a full-length musical score by Nicole Renaud in lieu […]

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Ben Stiller Retrieves His Youth In New Trailer & Clips From Noah Baumbach’s ‘While We’re Young’

Noah Baumbach is shaping up for quite a year. Following up his acclaimed Frances Ha, the director’s While We’re Young will arrive next month and just a few weeks ago delivered one of our favorite films of Sundance Film Festival with Mistress America, which will be released later this year by Fox Searchlight. First however, is the former film, and […]

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First Trailer For Award-Winning Sundance Crowdpleaser ‘Dark Horse’

Not to be confused with Todd Solondz‘s latest film, the documentary Dark Horse premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it rightfully picked up the audience award in its category. Directed by Louise Osmond, it follows a small village in Wales who banded together at the behest of a local barmaid to breed a racehorse. […]

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