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First Trailer For Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘The Homesman’ With Hilary Swank, Meryl Streep, and More

While he directed the TV movie The Sunset Limited a few years ago, Tommy Lee Jones‘ last theatrical feature was 2005′ s The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. He’s now returning nearly a decade later with the western drama The Homesman. Adapted by Jones himself from Glendon Swarthout‘s novel, the story follows him as a [...]

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‘A Most Wanted Man’ Trailer – Philip Seymour Hoffman Takes On John le Carré In Final Leading Role

Following his sudden, tragic death, Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s last appearance on screen will be the back-to-back finales to The Hunger Games, but when it comes to leading roles, the final two will arrive this summer. Next month will see the release of the drama God’s Pocket (our review), and, a little later in the summer, [...]

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Trailer For Nas Documentary ‘Time Is Illmatic,’ Opening Tribeca Film Festival

Released on April 19th, 1994, Nas’ landmark rap album Illmatic will soon be celebrating its 20th anniversary and the classic isn’t just getting a re-release. This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will ring in with the premiere of Time is Illmatic, which tracks the journey of Nas around the release of the work, as well as [...]

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‘I Origins’ Trailer – ‘Another Earth’ Director Returns With Another Sci-Fi Drama

After crafting the divisive sci-fi drama Another Earth, director Mike Cahill is back with his follow-up, which seemed to equally divide audiences at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Led by Michael Pitt, the film follows him as a molecular biologist who, with his lab partner, uncover startling evidence that could fundamentally change society as [...]

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Toothless and Hiccup Return In Final Full-Length Trailer For ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′

While Despicable Me and Pixar sequels/spin-offs dominated the animation field last summer, when it comes to 2014, the season is How to Train Your Dragon‘s for the taking. Director Dean DeBlois and crew will return, this time jumping five years ahead following the story of Toothless and Hiccup. DreamWorks Animation have now dropped a final full-length trailer [...]

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’22 Jump Street’ Delivers New 3-Minute Red Band Trailer, Clip, Posters, and Stills

With Phil Lord and Chris Miller now looking to back away from Ghostbusters 3, hopefully they’ll finally jump into something original for their next film, but first, the talented duo will pump out a sequel with 22 Jump Street. Coming off the last film, which was far better than it had any right to be, this [...]

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Trailer For Sundance Award Winner ’52 Tuesdays,’ Filmed Over the Course of a Year

While Richard Linklater‘s Boyhood was rightfully the talk of Sundance this year with its innovative approach of filming over the course of 12 years, another drama that stopped by the festival also presented a unique form of docudrama storytelling. Sophie Hyde‘s 52 Tuesdays, filmed chronologically on the titular day for an entire year, follows a teenager [...]

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First Trailer For Zach Braff’s ‘Garden State’ Follow-Up ‘Wish I Was Here’

After successfully raising $3,105,473 from 46,520 backers on Kickstarter, Zach Braff premiered his Garden State follow-up Wish I Was Here at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it was quickly snatched up by Focus Features. Ahead of a summer release, today we have the first trailer for the film that follows Braff as Aidan Bloom, a 35-year-old [...]

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Kurt Cobain and Elliott Smith Get Documentary Treatment In Pair of New Trailers

While it’s been over two decades since Kurt Cobain left us and over a decade since Elliott Smith did the same, the life and works of the respective artists remain a point of fascination. This is never more apparent with the arrival of a pair of documentaries, and today we have the first trailers for [...]

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U.S. Trailer For Cannes Hit ‘Borgman’ Delivers a Strange, Dark Tale

Are you ready for a little strange to go with your summer? One of the big surprises in the main competition at last year’s Cannes Film Festival is Borgman, a Dutch thriller directed by Alex van Warmerdam. Set in the Netherlands, the film focuses on an enigmatic character Borgman, played with subdued menace by Belgian actor Jan Bijvoet, whose [...]

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