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Shia LaBeouf Returns Home to Kate Mara in First Trailer for ‘Man Down’

Dito Montiel helped lead Shia LaBeouf to one of his best performances exactly a decade ago with A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints. While both the director and actor’s careers have been up and down since that collaboration, we’re certainly curious about a reteam. Their latest effort, the PTSD drama Man Down, premiered over a year ago at Venice […]


U.S. Trailer for ‘Crosscurrent,’ Shot by Cinematographer of ‘The Assassin’ and ‘In the Mood for Love’

Mark Lee Ping-Bing, long-time Hou Hsiao-hsien collaborator (including his most recent film, the stunning The Assassin) and cinematographer of the luminous In the Mood For Love (alongside Christopher Doyle and Pung-Leung Kwan), is back with a new feature this year. Crosscurrent, directed by Yang Chao, picked up the Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Achievement at the Berlin International Film […]


Ruth Wilson Experiences Ghostly Phenomenons in ‘I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House’ Trailer

With The Blackcoat’s Daughter slated for next year, writer-director Oz Perkins‘ follow-up will actually get a release before, with the Netflix-distributed I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House landing on October 28th. The thriller follows a nurse (The Affair’s Ruth Wilson) who moves into an elderly author’s house to take care of her. Little does Nurse Lily know, the […]


Aaron Paul Follows the Path in First Trailer for Zack Whedon’s ‘Come and Find Me’

After leaving Jesse Pinkman behind, Aaron Paul is still trying to find his footing in the world of features. Thus far, his independent fare has proved to be more substantial than his studio offerings, so thankfully next on the docket is the small-scale drama Come and Find Me, which comes from writer-director Zack Whedon (Halt and Catch […]


U.S. Trailer for Pablo Larraín’s ‘Neruda’ Finds Gael García Bernal on the Prowl

Big times, these are, for Pablo Larraín. The highest-profile Chilean filmmaker of this generation will have two — that’s two! — features open in the United States in as many weeks this coming December, and we happen to think both are pretty good. The first, Jackie, is bound to receive more notice for being an English-language, star-driven […]


Michael Shannon Goes Down a Dark Sexual Path in First Trailer for ‘Frank & Lola’

Michael Shannon stars in 10 (!) films this year, but only one is what we’ve all been waiting for from the actor: an erotic thriller. Matthew Ross‘ Frank & Lola, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, follows his character’s relationship with a fashion designer (Imogen Poots). As one can see in the first […]

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Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal Uncover Dark Truths in New Trailer & Clip for ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Alongside Arrival landing this November, but Amy Adams will deliver another leading role in Tom Ford‘s long-awaited A Single Man follow-up Nocturnal Animals. Also starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Isla Fisher, Karl Glusman, Armie Hammer, Laura Linney, Andrea Riseborough, and Michael Sheen, the drama follows a wealthy gallery proprietor working in the upper echelons of the L.A. art scene […]


Amy Adams Makes Contact in Final Trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Arrival’

With just a few weeks to go until the year’s best sci-fi film arrives in theaters, we now have the final trailer for Denis Villeneuve‘s Arrival. If you avoided the previous trailer due to being a little too spoilery, this one is more fast-paced and doesn’t reveal as many beats when it comes to the story of […]

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Obama Goes to School in First Teaser for ‘Barry’

It took until his two terms were nearly up, but Barack Obama is finally getting the big-screen treatment. While the standard life-spanning biopic likely won’t arrive until there’s some perspective, in 2016, we’ve seen two films that take a specific look at a crucial part of his formative years. Southside With You, which was released […]


First Trailer for ‘Logan’ Reveals Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Swan Song

After appearing in all eight X-Men films thus far, Hugh Jackman will finally be hanging up his Wolverine claws in his ninth and final outing: Logan. While it was difficult to muster up much praise for Bryan Singer’s garish last ensemble feature, James Mangold delivered a better-than-expected solo effort with The Wolverine and now he’s returned to […]

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