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Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘ROMA’ Gets New Trailer as Theatrical Release Plans Get Confirmed

One of the most acclaimed films of the fall is Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity follow-up ROMA, a gorgeous black-and-white drama set in Mexico City in the early ’70s as we follow a middle-class family, and specifically its nanny and housekeeper (Yalitza Aparicio). Rory O’Connor said in his review, “ROMA is comprised of a series of richly detailed vignettes, […]

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‘Gloria Bell’ Trailer: Julianne Moore Leads Sebastián Lelio’s Remake of His Own Film

Sebastián Lelio recently had his worldwide breakthrough with his Oscar-winning A Fantastic Woman and his lesbian romance Disobedience, but prior to that, the Chilean-Argentine director earned acclaim for his 2013 drama Gloria. Marking the rare case when the original film’s director steps into remake his own film, the first trailer has now arrived for Gloria Bell. For this English-language remake, which […]

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First Teaser for ‘Toy Story 4’ Finds the Gang Back Together, with a New Face

There are few more perfect trilogies than Pixar’s Toy Story, both in the world of animation and beyond. However, money calls and so the company is continuing its flagship franchise this summer with a fourth iteration. Although not much has been said about the plot for Toy Story 4 thus far, we now have our first […]

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First Trailer for Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘Maya’ Follows a Journey of Rehabilitation

Following up Goodbye First Love, Things to Come, Eden, and more of the best films of the century thus far, Mia Hansen-Løve returned this year. Premiering on the fall festival circuit was her latest film, Maya, and while it’s still awaiting U.S. distribution, those in France are lucky enough to see it upon its release […]

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Andy Serkis’ ‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ Gets New Trailer as Netflix Announces 2018 Release Date

After the world shelled out nearly $1 billion for Jon Favreau’s live-action take on The Jungle Book, Warner Bros. realized it may be difficult to attain the same level of attention for Andy Serkis’ take on the same story, Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. So, they sold it off to Netflix and the company has announced […]

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Laika Returns with First Trailer for Stop-Motion Adventure ‘Missing Link’

Travis Knight, the head of the stop-motion animation studio Laika, is finishing up his Transformers film Bumblebee, but that doesn’t mean the company has taken a break. Following up Knight’s directorial debut Kubo and the Two Strings, they’ll return this spring with Missing Link, a new adventure from ParaNorman director Chris Butler. Featuring the voice cast of […]

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Mariano Llinás’ 14-Hour Epic ‘La Flor’ Gets a 2-Minute Trailer

A decade ago Argentine filmmaker Mariano Llinás released his four-hour drama Extraordinary Stories, which was only a taste of what to expect when it came to his follow-up. Clocking in at an epic fourteen hours, La Flor is split up into three parts and six episodes, and after a decade-long production, it finally saw the light […]

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‘Highway Patrolman’ Exclusive Trailer: ‘Repo Man’ Director Alex Cox Goes South of the Border

While best known for his cult classics Repo Man and Sid & Nancy, due to some ostracization from Hollywood, director Alex Cox found himself south of the border in the early 1990s. The first film in he made in Mexico, Highway Patrolman, has now received a beautiful new 4K restoration courtesy of Kino Lorber. Set to […]

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Sandra Bullock Goes on a Perilous Journey in First Trailer for ‘Bird Box’

In a stark turnaround from previous years, Netflix is having an incredible fall when it comes their original films, with the release of critically acclaimed films such as Happy as Lazzaro, Shirkers, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Other Side of the Wind, Private Life, and Roma. It looks to be adding onto its success […]

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‘Vox Lux’ Trailer: Natalie Portman is a Pop Star in Brady Corbet’s Drama

One of the best surprises of the fall season is that Brady Corbet’s second feature, following the harrowing The Childhood of a Leader, will be arriving much sooner than expecting. After playing at Venice and TIFF and being picked up by NEON, Vox Lux was set for an early December release date, with the company hoping to repeat […]



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