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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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First Trailer For Brian Wilson Biopic ‘Love & Mercy’ With Paul Dano and John Cusack

Wouldn’t it be nice to get a worthwhile biopic on Beach Boys frontman Brian Wilson? It looks like one will land this summer, as Love & Mercy has recently been set for a June release and with it, the first trailer has arrived. The drama follows both Paul Dano and John Cusack playing different iterations of […]

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Theatrical Trailer For ‘The Riot Club’ With Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Max Irons, and More

Following up the Carey Mulligan-led An Education and the Anne Hathaway-led One Day, director Lone Scherfig is returning this year with The Riot Club. Adapted from Laura Wade‘s hit West End play, the project follows a group of Oxford University students who try to join the titular club, a dark and dangerous, but alluring upper-class group. We’ve now a […]

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Red Band Trailer For ‘The Dead Lands’ is Out For Blood

If What We Do in the Shadows is currently proving how well New Zealand can do comedy, The Dead Lands looks to show off the country’s action chops. Directed by Toa Fraser, the action epic premiered last fall at Toronto International Film Festival and ahead of a release this spring, a new red band trailer has arrived. Taking […]

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Mary Elizabeth Winstead Starts Over In First Trailer For Chris Messina’s ‘Alex of Venice’

After working with Woody Allen, Noah Baumbach, Sam Mendes, Ben Affleck, and more, the perpetually employed Chris Messina has gathered a wealth of knowledge behind the camera, culminating with his assured directorial debut. Premiering at Tribeca Film Festival, Alex of Venice is an honest portrayal of the aftermath of a crumbling marriage. Coming to the end of their […]

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Cannes Thriller ‘Catch Me Daddy’ Gets First Trailer, Clip, and Posters

Originally screening at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, Daniel Wolfe’s first full-length feature debut Catch Me Daddy is landing in U.K. theaters shortly and the first trailer has now arrived. Directed and co-written by Wolfe (along with Matthew Wolfe), the thriller follows Laila, played by Sameena Jabeen Ahmed (who won Best Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards), […]

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Simon Pegg Becomes an Assassin In Red Band Trailer For ‘Kill Me Three Times’

We’ve seen him help commander the Enterprise, fight alongside Ethan Hunt, and go on more than a few adventures with Edgar Wright and company, but soon we’ll see Simon Pegg take on the role of an assassin, in comedic form as one might expect. A post-Tarantino revenge thriller, director Kriv Stenders‘ Kill Me Three Times follows the […]

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Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana Raise a Family In First Trailer for ‘Infinitely Polar Bear’

By the time Infinitely Polar Bear finally opens in theaters in the U.S. it’ll be nearly 1.5 years since its Sundance Film Festival debut, so we’ll forgive you if you’ve forgotten about the drama. Teaming Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana, it follows the pair as parents, with the former being a manic-depressive mess of a father who […]

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First Trailer, Poster, and New Stills For ‘The Diary of a Chambermaid’ Starring Léa Seydoux

After taking part in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Léa Seydoux is off filming another major spy franchise with Spectre, but in the meantime she’s found time to take part in some of the finest independent productions of the last few years with Blue Is the Warmest Color and The Grand Budapest Hotel. Her latest […]

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Scientology Gets Scrutinized In Trailer For Alex Gibney’s Documentary ‘Going Clear’

As the debate continues on whether or not Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master is exploring the world of scientology, the prolific documentarian Alex Gibney is here to provide some actual facts when it comes to those in the organization with Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. After premiering at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, […]

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