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First Trailer For Lee Tamahori’s ‘The Patriarch,’ Premiering at Berlin 2016

Lee Tamahori is best known as the journeyman director of disposable action films like Next, XXX: State of the Union, and the bizarre, awful James Bond installment, Die Another Day, but the New Zealand director is cinematic royalty in his own country. In 2014, New Zealand conducted the first survey of Kiwi national cinema, and […]

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U.S. Trailer For Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Lobster’ With Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, and More

Coming out of the Cannes Film Festival, one of our favorites was Yorgos Lanthimos‘ Kubrickian, uproarious drama The Lobster. Toplined by Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Ben Whishaw and John C. Reilly, it follows the peculiarly fascinating story in which singledom is banned and people are forced to find a match within 45 days or they turned into […]

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First Trailer For ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ With Zac Efron and Adam DeVine

Winner of the year’s most straight-forward title, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, teams together Zac Efron and Adam DeVine as they play two brothers who are forced to… well, you guessed it. Ahead of their sister’s wedding, they track down Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza as their guests and hilarity is intended to ensue. The first trailer […]


New International Trailer and Poster For Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘Julieta’

“Having ejected political comedy from his system, Pedro Almodóvar returns to ‘women’s pictures’ with the simply titled Julieta, which will see two actresses (Adriana Ugarte and Emma Suárez) play the lead at different ages,” we noted in our most-anticipated films of 2016 feature. “As usual, the premise remains quite mysterious, other than for the fact […]

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Keanu Reeves Goes to Court In Japanese Trailer for ‘The Whole Truth’

Now, we do admit that a Keanu Reeves-led legal thriller that’s been scheduled to open on the other side of the planet before getting so much as U.S. distribution is a dicey proposition, expectations-wise – but we also love the actor and notice there’s a decent supporting pedigree, and I, myself, think titles of this particular […]

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Trailer for Netflix’s David Lynch-Produced Documentary ‘My Beautiful Broken Brain’

Rarely does David Lynch attach his name to a project that’s not his own — other than, say, something by his daughter — so we can’t help but be intrigued by his involvement with My Beautiful Broken Brain, a documentary that, sweetening the deal a bit, has just been acquired by Netflix to stream next month. It follows […]

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Get ‘Tricked’ In Trailer for Paul Verhoeven’s Experimental New Feature

We’re excited enough for Paul Verhoeven‘s Elle to name it one of our most-anticipated films of 2016, so consider us pleasantly surprised that another, new-ish work will be arriving even sooner. The project is Tricked, a (shocker!) darkly comic thriller with sexual undertones that premiered as part of a crowdsourced project that left much of the creative control […]


Jake Gyllenhaal Unravels in New Trailer For Jean-Marc Vallée’s ‘Demolition’

We don’t blame you if you also forgot about Demolition, Jean-Marc Vallée‘s latest drama. It opened Toronto International Film Festival to a fairly tepid response last fall and instead of sneaking it in during awards season, Fox Searchlight waited until this spring to release the Jake Gyllenhaal-led feature. Following an investment banker who is dealing with […]

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Dread Builds in Trailer For Sundance Drama ‘Take Me to the River’

To give you a sense of the usually extended process it takes from some independent features to make their way to screens, we just wrapped up 2016’s Sundance Film Festival, but today brings news of one from last year finally set to arrive. Take Me to The River marks the first feature from Matt Sobel, depicting a […]

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Trailer For SXSW Winner ‘Creative Control’ Steps Into the Future

High-budget Hollywood features aren’t the only films predicting what the future might look like. Benjamin Dickinson‘s Creative Control, which picked up a Special Jury Recognition for Visual Excellence prize at SXSW last year, takes place in the realistic near-future and follows an advertising executive (Dickinson, who also co-wrote the script) who gets technologically involved with the life […]

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