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Ethan Hawke Brings Asa Butterfield to New York City in First Trailer For ‘Ten Thousand Saints’

After lighting up Sundance last year with Boyhood, Ethan Hawke returned this year with another coming-of-age drama, this time going a few decades back and set in New York City. Coming from directors Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman (American Splendor), Ten Thousand Saints follows the tale of Hawke’s character bringing his son (Asa Butterfield) […]

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First NSFW Trailer For ‘Love’ Reveals Gaspar Noé’s Fantasy-Filled Erotic Journey

One of the most divisive movies to premiere at Cannes this year was, to little surprise, the latest work from Gaspar Noé. His 3D melodrama, Love, tracks the relationship between three individuals, and now we have a better glimpse at the erotic journey thanks to the first trailer from France, where it’ll be released in a […]

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Christian Petzold and Nina Hoss Go ‘Vertigo’ In U.S. Trailer for Entrancing ‘Phoenix’

Although the film hasn’t even had a day to sit, Christian Petzold‘s Phoenix is the first 2015 release to leave me genuinely beguiled. It isn’t very difficult to follow on almost any sort of narrative level — the most I’d suggest is that reading a brief outline beforehand might clear up one or two confusions […]

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Eli Roth’s Cannibal Feature ‘The Green Inferno’ Returns In New Trailer

How about a little bit of cannibalism to start your morning? After being delayed for a year thanks to some behind-the-scenes drama with financiers, Eli Roth‘s cannibal feature The Green Inferno, which was shot in the same neck of the woods as Werner Herzog‘s Aguirre, is back and ready to frighten you. Ahead of a release this […]

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U.S. Trailer for Highly Praised Indian Drama ‘Court’

Despite earning a place at last year’s Venice International Film Festival and this year’s New Directors / New Films — and regardless of the fact that it picked up the former’s Horizons Award, a category honoring films “with a wider view towards new trends in the expressive languages that converge in film” — Chaitanya Tamhane‘s […]

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U.S. Trailer for François Ozon’s ‘The New Girlfriend’

Given the impressive speed at which he’s recently been working (seven features since 2007), it’s understandable if François Ozon makes a stumble every so often. Unfortunate, still, that his latest picture, The New Girlfriend, is one of them — or so our review out of last year’s TIFF would allege. Said we, “There is a […]

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Tom Hardy Becomes a Gangster ‘Legend’ in New Trailer For Crime Drama

Although he may have been the title character, Charlize Theron pretty much stole the show from Tom Hardy in Mad Max: Fury Road. However, the actor will get another chance at a leading role, two-fold, come fall. Coming from writer-director Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential), Legend follows Hardy taking on the dual roles of twins Ron and Reggie […]

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First Trailer For ‘Sleeping With Other People’ Starring Jason Sudeikis, Alison Brie, and More

After impressing with her debut Bachelorette, writer-director Leslye Headland returned to Sundance Film Festival earlier this year with Sleeping With Other People. Starring Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie, it follows the two as characters who met during college but reconnect 12 years later, both realizing they are monogamy-challenged. Once thought to be released at the end of the summer, it […]

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Red Band Trailer For ‘Turbo Kid’ Charges Up

If you are still looking to scratch that post-apocalyptic itch that Mad Max: Fury Road delivered in spades, there’s some late summer fun to be had with Turbo Kid. Set in a post-apocalyptic future, the genre mash-up follows a young solitary scavenger obsessed with comic books who must face his fears and become a reluctant hero when […]

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First Trailer for ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ Brings End to the Franchise

While The Blair Witch Project helped launch the found-footage genre to the mainstream public, back in 2009, Paranormal Activity repopularized it, leading to a wealth of sequels, knock-offs, and even experiments applying it to other genres. Considering how profitable it is for studios to use this method of storytelling, we imagine it won’t go away, […]

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