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U.S. Trailer For Mathieu Amalric’s Cannes Drama ‘The Blue Room’

After starring in two films at Cannes last year, Mathieu Amalric (both of which hit U.S. shores this year) he returned this year with La chambre bleue (aka The Blue Room), a drama in which he not only leads, but also directs and co-writes. Now set to stop by New York Film Festival ahead of a release early […]

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Colin Firth Teaches a Lesson In New Trailer For ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’

Once set to open a month from now, 20th Century Fox pushed back Matthew Vaughn‘s latest film, Kingsman: The Secret Service, to the more open playing field of next February. Another adaptation of a Mark Millar comic book, the project marks the first major action role for Colin Firth, who plays an intelligence agent that trains a […]

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Full-Length U.S. Trailer For Studio Ghibli’s ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’ Reveals New Voice Cast

Despite initial rumors indicating they’d be shutting their doors, Studio Ghibli will hopefully work things out so they can continue to produced works of art in the world of animation. Their second-to-last feature (for the time being) comes from Grave of the Fireflies director Isao Takahata and will be landing in U.S. theaters next month, so we have a new full-length […]

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New Trailer For John Woo’s Epic ‘The Crossing’ Brings Large-Scale Spectacle

In capturing the sinking of the Taiping in 1949, not to mention all-out war, through a handful of different relationships, John Woo looks to have his most epic film yet on his hands with The Crossing. Shot in 3D and being released in two parts in China — the first on December 2nd, and the second […]

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New Trailer and Images For Terrence Malick-Produced Lincoln Drama ‘The Better Angels’

One fall film that we can certainly stand behind, as indicated in our preview, is the Terrence Malick-produced, A.J. Edwards-directed The Better Angels, which takes a stunning look at the childhood of Abraham Lincoln. Starring Jason Clarke, Diane Kruger, Brit Marling, Wes Bentley, newcomer Braydon Denney, it’ll be arriving in early November and today the first […]

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Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer Find Love in Trailer For ‘Elsa & Fred’

Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer have over five decades of film work to their names, and neither one of them shows any sign of slowing down. In the last few years, 80-year-old MacLaine starred in Richard Linklater‘s comedy Bernie and sparred with Maggie Smith in the BBC hit Downton Abbey, while Plummer, at the age of 82, earned […]

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‘The Interview’ Red Band Trailer – Seth Rogen and James Franco Invade North Korea

While a trio of comedy sequels will be arriving this fall (Horrible Bosses 2, Dumb and Dumber To, and Hot Tub Time Machine 2), the one offering in the genre that’s most caught our attention is Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg‘s This is the End follow-up, The Interview. Following Rogen and James Franco as TV […]

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John Hawkes Lives a Life of Jazz In First Trailer For ‘Low Down’ With Elle Fanning, Peter Dinklage & More

If one brought up jazz at this year’s Sundance, most of the discussion surrounded Whiplash, the break-out winner that follows Miles Teller as a jazz drummer. However, there was another drama that dove into this world from a much different perspective. Low Down, directed by Jeff Preiss, is now set for a release next month and […]

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Theatrical Trailer For Sundance Winner ‘Fishing Without Nets’ Enters Dangerous Waters

After winning the grand jury prize at Sundance Film Festival in 2012 for his short film Fishing Without Nets, director Cutter Hodierne returned this year for the feature-length version and once again didn’t go home empty-handed, having been honored with the Best Directing award for U.S. Dramatic competition. Tracking a group of Somali pirates, the full-length […]

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First Trailer for Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ With Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz

We thought it might stop by TIFF, but The Weinstein Company clearly made their focus The Imitation Game there (to winning results), and now it’s time for them to shift gears to Big Eyes. Featuring Tim Burton‘s return to more modestly budgeted features, the drama brings together Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, and the first […]

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