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Jennifer Lawrence Enters War In Full Trailer For ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1′

While the fall season would be crowded enough with blockbusters such as Interstellar and The Hobbit finale, another tentpole will be arriving inbetween both with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. Featuring the return of Francis Lawrence at the helm the adventure picks up after the last film’s cliffhanger, and judging from this new, full-length trailer, there’s all-out […]

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First Trailer For Wim Wenders’ ‘The Salt of the Earth’ Traverses the Globe

Chances are you’ve come across the work of Sebastião Salgado, the famous Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist who travels the globe to capture stark, stunning portraits of life (see a prime example above). As we await Wim Wenders‘ next narrative effort, the James Franco-led 3D drama Every Thing Will Be Fine (which we thought would’ve […]

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Keanu Reeves Takes Revenge In First Trailer For ‘John Wick’

His last major blockbuster hopeful, 47 Ronin, might have been dead on arrival, but Keanu Reeves is continuing his come back of sorts. With a handful of films in the can, the first one we’ll see is the action-thriller John Wick. The project follows him as an ex-hitman who comes out of retirement to track […]

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Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper Reunite In First Trailer For Long-Delayed ‘Serena’

To say it has been a long road for Serena to hit screens would be an understatement. With production beginning in early 2012, the film has languished in post-production and we’ve seen stars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper team for Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle since then. Meanwhile, director Susanne Bier has shot and completed […]

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Tommy Lee Jones Goes West With Hilary Swank In Theatrical Trailer For ‘The Homesman’

While its had a bit of a resurgence in recent years thanks to films such as True Grit, Meek’s Cutoff, and Django Unchained (although we’d argue it might not fit into the category), those looking for westerns would be hard-pressed to find something worthwhile this year (sorry, Seth MacFarlane). A fairly promising option is now […]

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John Woo-Directed, Zhang Ziyi-Led ‘The Crossing’ Receives First Teaser

While I wouldn’t go so far as to say John Woo‘s been discarded in lieu of younger, more exciting Asian directors, it’s obvious that his current slate has nary the cultural cachet of Hard Boiled, The Killer, or, heck, even Mission: Impossible II. But he’s always welcome, as far as yours truly is concerned, and […]

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First Trailer For ‘The Town That Dreaded Sundown’ Remake, Among Fantastic Fest’s Final Line-Up

While Toronto International Film Festival is currently underway, it’s only a short time until some genre craziness kicks in with Fantastic Fest. We’ll be covering on the ground and today brings their final line-up, featuring Duke of Burgundy (our review), The Tribe, Haemoo, Horns, The Guest, Cub, and much more. Another title making its premiere […]

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Secrets Kill In New Trailer For David Cronenberg’s ‘Maps to the Stars’

While its U.S. release is still up in the air — once set for next month, but now delayed thanks to recent acquisition by Focus World, who might release it day-and-date on VOD next year — those in Canada will be able to see David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars relatively shortly. The film will […]

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First ‘Inherent Vice’ Footage Revealed In Trailer For the 52nd New York Film Festival

The painstakingly drawn-out process that is the marketing for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice has continued. After low-quality leaks of a number of images, today brings our first footage, but don’t get too excited yet — it comes in the form of a few very brief clips teasing the 52nd New York Film Festival line-up. We […]

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Trailer For Acclaimed Documentary ‘Virunga’ Fights to Preserve the African Congo

After touring the festival circuit with virtually unanimous acclaim, Orlando von Einsiedel‘s documentary Virunga is arriving this fall, in both limited release and a Netflix-exclusive digital bow. The film takes a look at the deep geopolitical conflict within and surrounding the Virunga National Park, a UNESCO-designated world heritage site. Netflix has now dropped the first, […]

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