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U.S. Trailer For ‘Son of a Gun’ With Ewan McGregor, Brenton Thwaites & Alicia Vikander

Not to be confused with the Ewan McGregor-led Jane Got a Gun — also arriving early next year — Son of a Gun finds the actor headed to Australia for a down-and-dirty crime drama. The directorial debut of Julius Avery, the project, which will be distributed by A24, also brings along emerging stars Brenton Thwaites and Alicia […]

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‘The Color of Time’ Trailer Partners James Franco with Jessica Chastain, Bruce Campbell, and Mila Kunis

One would think a project headlined by James Franco, Jessica Chastain, Bruce Campbell, Mila Kunis, and Zach Braff — and one that premiered in November of 2012, no less — would earn a bit more attention than whatever The Color of Time‘s been receiving. Yet there I was, looking at an Apple Trailers page and […]

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Blake Lively Becomes Immune to Time In First Trailer For ‘The Age of Adaline’

We’ve seen filmmakers play around with aging and time in everything from the recent Interstellar to The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to The Fountain and today we have our first look at one that takes on a more romantic approach. The Age of Adaline follows Blake Lively as a woman who was born in […]

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Mae Whitman Takes on Mean Girls In First Trailer For ‘The Duff’

After taking supporting roles in Arrested Development, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and more, Mae Whitman has finally received the opportunity to take the lead. Set for a release next year, The Duff follows her as she soon realizes she’s known as the titular character (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) […]

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New Trailer For ‘Peanuts’ Sets Charlie Brown and Snoopy on an Adventure

When the first trailer landed for the feature-length update to Charles Schulz‘s classic comic Peanuts fears arose over the animation style, among other things. We’ve now got a new full-length trailer that provides a better look at what’s in store for the project, directed by Steve Martino (Ice Age: Continental Drift), and produced by Paul Feig […]

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U.S. Trailer for Liv Ullmann’s ‘Miss Julie,’ Starring Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell, and Samantha Morton

It’s been a long wind-up for Miss Julie, the latest interpretation of August Strindberg‘s seminal play and the newest film from writer-director Liv Ullmann. Let’s hope it hasn’t been for naught. Following two promising international trailers and a good pair of clips, our review out of TIFF was truly deadening; according to that summation, Bergman‘s […]

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Get Tied Up In Full-Length Trailer For ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

Before you’ve clicked this post, you’ve likely already made up your mind if you’ll be heading into theaters to see Fifty Shades of Grey this Valentine’s Day, with no additional footage convincing one either way. However, for those merely curious about the adaptation directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy), there’s a new full-length trailer. Adapted from E L […]

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Marion Cotillard Fights For Her Job In U.S. Trailer For ‘Two Days, One Night’

If you can get over a trade outlet plastering their worthless “brand” on it, here’s an American audience’s first official look at one of 2014′s great films. Nearly two months after seeing it for myself, I’ve yet to decide if Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne‘s Two Days, One Night is as good as the early word […]

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Theatrical Trailer For ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’ With Benicio Del Toro and Josh Hutcherson

Once set for a release this month, it looks like Radius-TWC has pushed back their drama Escobar: Paradise Lost a bit, pushing it out of prime awards season. Featuring Benicio Del Toro taking on the infamous crime figure Pablo Escobar, it’ll now hit VOD next months before a theatrical release early next year. Coming from Life of Pi‘s Andrea […]

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First Trailer For Thomas McCarthy’s ‘The Cobbler’ Starring Adam Sandler

Attempting to step out of his usual broad comedy shtick, Adam Sandler came to Toronto International Film Festival with two far different features than Grown Ups 2: the Jason Reitman-directed Men, Women & Children (which came and went without much fervor) and Thomas McCarthy‘s latest film, the fantasty dramedy The Cobbler. We now have the […]

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