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First Trailer for Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Throws Us Into a Life-or-Death Game

The basic desire to avoid that which does not interest us and more elemental need not to lose our minds means you will not see a good deal of Comic Con-related coverage around here, but: sometimes master filmmakers show up to hawk their latest project, and it’s almost as often that studios do nothing to […]


Sensual, Haunting New Trailer for Eliza Hittman’s ‘Beach Rats’ Washes Ashore

After her excellent debut It Felt Like Love, one of our most-anticipated films at Sundance this year was Eliza Hittman’s follow-up titled Beach Rats. She delivered on expectations and the Sundance jury also agreed, awarding her Best Director in her U.S Dramatic Features category. Led by newcomer Harris Dickinson, it’s an invigorating, hyper-focused look at sexuality in the […]


Rooney Mara Revisits a Dark Past in New Trailer for ‘Una’

If one thought Rooney Mara being haunted by a white sheet was a tough sell, one of her other dramas is having a tougher time getting to audiences. Una, starring Mara, Ben Mendelsohn, and Riz Ahmed, is a dramatic thriller about two people forced to revisit a passionate yet illicit relationship they had years ago. Coming from […]


Todd Haynes Goes Back in Time in First Trailer for ‘Wonderstruck’

Todd Haynes is back with Wonderstruck, an adaptation of the book by Brian Selznick. The film follows two children in different eras — 12-year-old Ben (Oakes Fegley), living in 1977, and Rose (Millicent Simmonds), a deaf girl living in 1927, with the later half of the film focusing on Rose presented as “a silent film […]


A Fairy Tale Begins in First Trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’

Guillermo del Toro has a habit of becoming involved with a wealth of potentially exciting projects, only for the films to eventually stall out or never get off the ground. Thankfully, del Toro was able to turn his latest film, The Shape of Water, into a reality. With an incredible cast that includes Sally Hawkins, […]


Michael Fassbender is on the Case in First Trailer for Tomas Alfredson’s ‘The Snowman’

Director Tomas Alfredson returns with The Snowman, his first film since 2011’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Adapted from the novel by Norwegian crime-writer Jo Nesbø, The Snowman follows Harry Hole (yes, really), a detective with unorthodox methods who finds himself investigating the disappearance of a woman whose scarf was found wrapped around a snowman. Michael […]


Michael Haneke Depicts the Upper Class in First Trailer for ‘Happy End’

As is customary, when a new Michael Haneke film premieres at Cannes, we don’t see it until the very end of the year. The case is no different with his latest film, Happy End, which won’t get a release until late December here in the United States via Sony Classics — however, if you’re looking […]


A Biblical Tale Turns Operatic in Trailer for Restoration of Straub-Huillet’s ‘Moses and Aaron’

The long-scarce, oft-praised work of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet has found a home with Grasshopper Film, whose first release will be the duo’s 1973 cinematic opera Moses and Aaron. The picture, based on Arnold Schoenberg’s unfinished rendition of the Biblical tale, is set largely within a Roman amphitheater, this approach and design resulting in a surreal vision of the well-trod ground […]


A Superhero Comes to Life in the First Trailer for ‘Professor Marston & the Wonder Women’

After Patty Jenkins delivered the first DCEU film that audiences genuinely embraced with Wonder Woman earlier this summer, another film featuring the superhero will arrive this year — or, more specifically, a literal origin story. Professor Marston & the Wonder Women depicts the creation of the iconic Wonder Woman character in 1940s by Dr. William Moulton Marston. […]


James Franco is Tommy Wiseau in First Teaser for ‘The Disaster Artist’

Filmmaker, actor and underwear designer Tommy Wiseau became something of a cult phenomenon when he released his baffling 2003 film The Room. A poorly made, bizarrely acted melodrama, Wiseau’s Room would go on to achieve midnight movie status — the type of so-bad-it’s-good film that grows through word of mouth via the incredulous viewers who […]

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