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‘Under the Silver Lake’ Trailer: Andrew Garfield Leads Crime Drama from the Director of ‘It Follows’

After his hit horror thriller It Follows, which packed an unceasing sense of dread, director David Robert Mitchell is back and finally teaming with the distributor that seems well-attuned to his sensibilities: A24. This summer, they will release Under the Silver Lake, a Andrew Garfield-led crime drama that delves into the indie music scene, and […]


William Friedkin Captures a Real-Life Exorcist in First Trailer for ‘The Devil and Father Amorth’

45 years after The Exorcist terrified audiences across the world, William Friedkin is returning the world of spiritual entities with a new feature, this time taking the documentary route. The Devil and Father Amorth follows Father Gabrielle Amorth, the head Exorcist for the Diocese of Rome for over 30 years, and after premiering on the fall […]

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Fred Rogers and Pope Francis Get the Spotlight in First Trailers for Forthcoming Documentaries

Documentaries about Great Men isn’t exactly what I imagine is at the top of cinema’s current priorities, but Focus Features is banking that audiences will want to come out this summer to learn more about two of the world’s most beloved figures: Fred Rogers and Pope Francis. Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and Pope Francis – […]


New Trailer for ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Brings Cartel-Fueled War

Now with a fresh new title, going from Sicario 2: Soldado to Sicario: Day of the Soldado, Sony is really hoping audiences think of the sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s crime thriller as an expansion and less of, well, a sequel. While Emily Blunt, Roger Deakins, and Villeneuve all steered clear of the follow-up, Josh Brolin and Benicio […]


‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Trailer: Marielle Heller Returns with Melissa McCarthy-Led Biopic

One of the best debuts of the past few years was Marielle Heller’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl and this fall, the director will make her return with the Melissa McCarthy-led biopic Can You Ever Forgive Me?. The film follows the true s tory of a once-famous entertainment writer who starts to forge letters from deceased celebrities. Ahead […]


First Teaser for Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Shoplifters’

With his stellar drama After the Storm getting a U.S. release last year, Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda will likely return to Cannes this year with a new feature. Only recently completing production, Shoplifters stars Lily Franky, Sakura Ando, Kengo Kora, Sosuke Ikematsu, Chizuru Ikewaki, Yuki Yamada, Yoko Moriguchi and Akira Emoto. The story follows a family of shoplifters who […]


All is Lost for Shailene Woodley in First Trailer for ‘Adrift’

In what is unfortunately based on true events and not just Open Water 2, Shailene Woodley’s latest role sets her out to sea. Director Baltasar Kormakur (2 Guns, Everest) is looking to get into the harrowing romance business as he will tell the tale of hurricane-crossed lovers stranded in the ocean in the upcoming Adrift. […]


‘Eighth Grade’ Trailer: Bo Burnham Revisits the Awkwardness of Adolescence in Directorial Debut

If comedy is best pulled from trauma, there are few moments in one’s life more distressingly rich to mine from than middle school. With his directorial debut Eighth Grade, comedian-turned-director Bo Burnham, now more than a decade removed for proper reflection, depicts the specific time period with all the spot-on crippling anxiety and all-consuming awkwardness. […]


Oscar Isaac and Olivia Wilde Experience ‘Life Itself’ in First Trailer

After mostly focusing on animation, scripting Tangled, Bolt, Cars, and more, Dan Fogelman jumped into live-action with Crazy, Stupid, Love., and then soon followed with his directorial debut Danny Collins, a good-natured, affable showcase for Al Pacino. He’s now returning this fall with Life Itself–no relation to Roger Ebert–starring Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Mandy Patinkin, Olivia Cooke, Laia Costa, […]


First Teaser for Paolo Sorrentino’s Silvio Berlusconi Biopic ‘Loro’

Following his Jude Law-led show The Young Pope, Italy’s Paolo Sorrentino is diving back into the world of features with a biopic on Silvio Berlusconi. Led by Toni Servillo, the star of his Oscar-winning The Great Beauty, as well as Ill Divo, it’s in fact two biopics. Titled Loro (aka Them), which is also a play on L’oro, meaning gold, it follows the media mogul who become Italy’s 50th Prime […]

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