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First Trailer for Crystal Moselle’s ‘Skate Kitchen’ Shreds Through the Streets of NYC

Following her breakthrough documentary The Wolfpack, director Crystal Moselle returned this year with Skate Kitchen, which uses a narrative backdrop to place us in the center of a female teen skater group–who Moselle discovered on a subway ride–all of whom exude a care-free independence as they make NYC their playground. Ahead of an August release, Magnolia […]

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U.S. Trailer for Robert Schwentke’s WWII Thriller ‘The Captain’

After the last decade-plus German director Robert Schwentke has been a Hollywood mainstay with varying levels of success, including Flightplan, RED, R.I.P.D., and a pair of Divergent films. For his latest film, he’s going smaller-scale and back to his roots with the WWII thriller The Captain – also known by its German title Der Hauptmann. With this […]

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Steve Carell (and His Toy Dolls) Fight Nazis in First Trailer for Robert Zemeckis’ ‘Welcome to Marwen’

He may not be embraced as he once was, but Robert Zemeckis continues to make some of the most formally interesting work on a large Hollywood scale. Following his return to live-action with the trio of Flight, The Walk, and Allied, his next project looks to be a mix of that realm and healthy dose […]

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‘Creed II’ Trailer: Michael B. Jordan Faces the Son of Ivan Drago

One of the few franchise rejuvenation that had its intended effect, Creed was the rare blockbuster that embodied the spirit of the original while opening up the story in worthwhile directions. While director Ryan Coogler won’t be back for the follow-up, due to his busy schedule reteaming with his star Michael B. Jordan on Black […]

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John Cho Tracks a Digital Footprint in New Trailer for ‘Searching’

“I didn’t know her. I didn’t know my daughter.” Filled with dismay and desperation, this is the daunting realization that washes over John Cho’s David Kim in Searching. The newest mystery thriller from Sony Pictures initially premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and follows David Kim in his search for Margot, his missing 16 year-old […]

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The Sex Lives of Cinema Legends Get Uncovered in Trailer for ‘Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’

One of our favorite documentaries of last year’s TIFF, Greenwich Entertainment has released a new trailer for Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood, the newest from documentary filmmaker Matt Tyrnauer. The film recounts journalist Scotty Bowers’ private life, and his work to indulge and connect many Hollywood stars with their at-the-time unorthodox sexual relationships. […]

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Mel Brooks’ ‘The Producers’ Receives Trailer for 50th Anniversary Restoration

“A producer can make more money with a flop than with a hit!” To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Mel Brooks’ 1968 classic comedy The Producers is getting a rerelease on the big screen, and for one night only. After a famously troubled and controversial premiere in 1968, the film has since evolved from cult classic […]

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Exclusive Trailer for Japan Cuts 2018, Featuring New Films from Takeshi Kitano, Naomi Kawase, Kiyoshi Kurosawa & More

Even those who live in Asia may find there’s no better time and place to be a fan of their cinema than this July in New York City. A mere few days after New York Asian Film Festival concludes, the last half of the month features the return of Japan Cuts, which is dedicated to the best […]

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New Trailer for 40th Anniversary Restoration of Michael Cimino’s ‘The Deer Hunter’

Even before he passed away two years ago, Michael Cimino’s overlooked films, from Heaven’s Gate to Year of the Dragon to Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, were already getting deserved re-appraisals, but there’s one towering classic in his filmography that has endured since its release forty years ago: his Vietnam War epic The Deer Hunter. While it […]

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First Trailer for ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ Plunges Into the Horrors of the Internet

The Sundance hit Searching won’t be the only thriller taking place entirely on a computer screen this summer. Following its initial premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival earlier this year, Blumhouse Tilt and Universal has now released the first trailer for Unfriended: Dark Web. The film is a follow up to the 2014 […]



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