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‘Searching for Ingmar Bergman’ Trailer Takes an Intimate Look at a Legendary Director

The celebration of Ingmar Bergman’s immaculate career continues on his birth centenary. Well-timed with the release of The Criterion Collection’s epic new box set, a new documentary on the Swedish master will arrive. Margarethe von Trotta’s Searching for Ingmar Bergman take an intimate look at the director’s life and career through interviews with some of […]

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Robert Pattinson Heads to Space in First Trailer for Claire Denis’ ‘High Life’

She may be expanding her scope (and reaching entirely new audiences with her first foray into the English language with a Robert Pattinson-led A24 release), but Claire Denis has lost none of her daring vision with High Life. An unclassifiable, riveting journey into the depths of the unknown (both as it pertains to space and human desires), […]

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‘Aladdin’ Teaser: Guy Ritchie Reimagines the Animated Disney Classic

The nostalgia pilfering in the House of Mouse will continue next year with a record three live-action reimaginings of beloved animated classics. Following Dumbo and before The Lion King, Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin will hit theaters. Led by newcomer Mena Massoud alongside Naomi Scott, Will Smith, Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad, Billy Magnussen, and Numan […]

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An Escape Plan is Hatched in Full Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Unbreakable’/’Split’ Sequel ‘Glass’

After a string of larger-budget duds, M. Night Shyamalan went smaller scale and back to his roots – in more ways than one – for his last two features, The Visit and Split. The lattermost surprised audiences when – spoiler alert, for those who neither saw it nor read the headline of this post – it was revealed to take […]

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A Family Forms in U.S. Trailer for Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d’Or Winner ‘Shoplifters’

Following its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year – as well as subsequent screenings at a handful of other festivals including Sydney, Telluride, and most recently New York, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s masterful Shoplifters now has a domestic trailer and theatrical release date, courtesy of Magnolia Pictures. In the past, Kore-eda has found […]

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Park Chan-wook’s Tackles John le Carré in Trailer for ‘The Little Drummer Girl’

Stoking even further the debates about media’s boundaries (that we’re posting this should signal where we fall), Park Chan-wook enters the prestige-TV game with a reliable line-up: Florence Pugh (The Commuter, Lady Macbeth), Alexander Skarsgård, and, donning an accent I initially thought was Eastern European but is apparently Israeli, Michael Shannon, adapting John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl. One […]

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Clint Eastwood Smuggles Drugs in Trailer for Latest Outing ‘The Mule’

Connoisseurs of late style, ASSEMBLE! Six years after Trouble with the Curve and ten since last directing himself, Clint Eastwood graces the big screen once more with The Mule, his (what else) quickly assembled true-crime picture about which, fans of the recent pictures that we are, is highly anticipated around here. (Say what you will […]

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‘Vice’ Trailer: Christian Bale is Dick Cheney in Adam McKay’s ‘The Big Short’ Reunion

For the past year Adam McKay’s Vice, which chronicles the political rising of Vice President Dick Cheney (Christian Bale) and his wife Lynne Cheney (Amy Adams), has been shrouded in much mystery. It’s skipped all the major festivals of the season and is set for a release in December, and now the first look has […]

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U.S. Trailer for Cannes Winner ‘Border,’ Sweden’s Oscar Contender

One of our favorite discoveries at this year’s Cannes Film Festival was Ali Abbasi’s fantasy tale Border. Adapted the from a short by John Ajvide Lindqvist, who wrote Let the Right One In, Sweden’s Oscar entry follows a border guard who has a unique ability, but things change when she comes across a peculiar man. After winning […]

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Frederick Wiseman Heads to Small-Town America in First Trailer for ‘Monrovia, Indiana’

Perhaps the greatest living filmmaker, in the sense of the breadth of the human experience he’s captured on film, Frederick Wiseman, at 88, is continuing his prolific search of new subjects and places. With his latest, Monrovia, Indiana, he’s keying in on small-town America and ahead of a stop at NYFF and release in October, Zipporah Films […]



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