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Nicole Kidman Gets Adventurous in U.S. Trailer for Werner Herzog’s ‘Queen of the Desert’

Over two years after it premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, Werner Herzog‘s Queen of the Desert will finally be arriving in the United States. The adventure film tracks the story of legendary cartographer Gertrude Bell, a diplomatic explorer, who negotiated with Arab nations and helped establish the countries of Iraq and Jordan. Led by Nicole Kidman, Robert Pattinson, James Franco, and Damian Lewis, ahead […]


First Trailer for ‘Casting JonBenet’ Explores the Infamous Unsolved Murder Case

Around Christmas time (perhaps on the exact day) of 1996, the six-year-old JonBenét Patricia Ramsey was murdered in Boulder, Colorado and in the 20-plus years since, the perpetrator has yet to be found. Containing the ingredients to become a run-away hit for Netflix, Casting JonBenet takes an intriguing angle with exploring the infamous unsolved murder. […]


First Red Band Trailer for Martin McDonagh’s ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’

His 2008 dark comedy In Bruges topped our list of the best comedies of the century so far and now writer-director Martin McDonagh is finally returning five years after Seven Psychopaths with a new film. Ahead of a release later this year by Fox Searchlight, the first trailer for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  has arrived, but be […]


First Trailer for Adam Wingard’s ‘Death Note’

Following last year’s surprise Blair Witch sequel, director Adam Wingard (The Guest, You’re Next) is back with a new film this year. His latest project is the Netflix-distributed, Japanese-manga-to-American-film adaptation Death Note, and the first trailer has landed today ahead of an August release. For those unfamiliar with Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata‘s source material, the film follows student Light […]


Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Meyers Go Head to Head in Trailer for ‘Black Butterfly’

Never one to shy away from scene-chewing genre pictures, Antonio Banderas‘ latest role finds him as as a reclusive writer attempting to earn his mojo back with a new screenplay. However, things do not go as planned when Jonathan Rhys Meyers shows up and gets confrontational with the reclusive writer. Black Butterfly, directed by Brian Goodman […]


Trailer for ‘Karl Marx City’ Retraces Life in Cold War Germany

After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, Karl Marx City stopped by New York Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, and more, and now it’s heading to theaters this month. In Karl Marx City, documentarians Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker take a personal exploration of life under the East German Stasi, specifically through the eyes of […]


Rachel Weisz Harbors Dark Secrets in New Trailer for ‘My Cousin Rachel’

While the title may have you believe a self-reflexive documentary about Rachel Weisz is coming from her not-too-distant family member, My Cousin Rachel is rather a period drama with a bit of a twist. An adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier‘s classic novel, the story is centered on an Englishman (Sam Claflin) who is caught in a bit of […]


Brian Cox Prepares for D-Day in First Trailer for ‘Churchill’

As is so often the case in cinema, when one drama about a particular subject or figure comes along, another one arrives soon after. Before Joe Wright’s Gary Oldman-led drama Darkest Hour hits theaters later this year, another historical drama about Winston Churchill will arrive this summer. In the aptly-named Churchill, Brian Cox portrays the Prime […]


Chadwick Boseman Delivers a ‘Message from the King’ in First Teaser & Clip

After breaking out by portraying two iconic figures, Jackie Robinson and James Brown, Chadwick Boseman is getting his own solo Marvel movie with Black Panther next year, but in between he got down and dirty for an old-fashioned revenge thriller. We now have the first teaser for Message from the King, which premiered at Toronto International […]


First Teaser for Naomi Kawase’s ‘Radiance’

While Naomi Kawase‘s cachet stateside hasn’t necessarily increased in the last few years, her last film, Sweet Bean, did manage to get a U.S. release. The Japanese filmmaker is now returning with her follow-up, Radiance (aka Hikari), which is set for a Japanese release at the end of May, hinting at a likely return to the […]

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