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It’s Monster Mayhem in Final Trailer for ‘Kong: Skull Island’

Further proof that that the usual four-month summer window for studio’s biggest tentpoles is ever-expanding, this month will see the release of Logan, Beauty and the Beast, Ghost in the Shell, Power Rangers, Life, and more, but what looks to be the most bonkers of the line-up is Kong: Skull Island. Ahead of a release […]

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U.S. Trailer for Danièle Thompson’s ‘Cézanne and I’ Starring Guillaume Canet

Painting in cinema seems to be all the rage this spring. Following the trailer for the Canadian feature Maudie, the French biographical drama film Cézanne and I has just recently released a U.S. preview. Directed by Danièle Thompson of Avenue Montagne and Change of Plans, the film portrays the true story about the friendship between 19th […]

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Will Smith Enters a Fantasy World in First Teaser for ‘Bright’

Netflix still hasn’t formally announced their reported acquisition of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman — with a ballooned budget now at $125 million — but the company has a few more high-profile original films coming before then. This summer will see the release of Bong Joon-ho’s monster movie Okja, then later this year they’ll release the […]

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Cynthia Nixon Feels ‘A Quiet Passion’ in New Trailer for Terence Davies’ Biopic

One of the most striking, accomplished, and affecting films of last year was Terence Davies‘ Sunset Song — and, thankfully, one won’t have to wait long to see his follow-up. After premiering at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival and hitting TIFF, A Quiet Passion is coming to the U.S. this spring, hence a new trailer. The film chronicles the life and […]

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Richard Gere is ‘Norman’ in New Trailer for Joseph Cedar’s Drama

Following premieres at Telluride then TIFF, a new trailer has landed for Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer, a rather vivid explanation of the proceedings. Penned and directed by Footnote helmer Joseph Cedar, the Sony Classics release stars Richard Gere as the titular fixer, centering on… well, I mean, it’s all in the title. Specifically, the […]

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Michelle Rodriguez is Out for Revenge in New Trailer for Walter Hill’s ‘The Assignment’

Is it problematic or concerning that a film’s catalytic event is someone outraged over their forced gender reassignment surgery? You decide, as the new trailer for the Michelle Rodriguez-led The Assignment posits that exact question. After a hitman is double-crossed, he is captured by an enigmatic figure known as The Doctor (Sigourney Weaver) and turned into a… woman. Now, […]

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‘Manhattan’ Returns in Trailer for Theatrical Restoration of Woody Allen Classic

It’s been a handful of films since Woody Allen stayed put in the city where he made his name. This summer’s Wonder Wheel will finally mark his return to the Big Apple with a film set solely there, but for those that want to revisit one of his most acclaimed films, the opportunity will arrive shortly. […]

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Gemma Arterton and Sam Claflin Make Movies in U.S. Trailer for WWII Drama ‘Their Finest’

After finding a sweet spot with period dramas, An Education director Lone Scherfig is back with another. Her latest film, Their Finest, combines both filmmaking and war to tell the true story of a British film crew who set out to boost morale after the Blitzkreig by creating a propaganda film. Starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, […]

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First Trailer for Sundance Drama ‘Burning Sands’ Explores the Extremes of Brotherhood

After producing Fruitvale Station, Gerard McMurray returned to Sundance Film Festival this year with his directorial debut, which he also co-wrote, Burning Sands. Starring Trevor Jackson, Alfre Woodard, Steve Harris, Tosin Cole, DeRon Horton, and Moonlight‘s Trevante Rhodes, the drama follows a fraternity pushing its pledges to extremes. While I didn’t get a chance to see it at Sundance, […]

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Take a Gorgeous, Dangerous Trip in U.S. Trailer for Acclaimed Western ‘Mimosas’

Although relegation to a sidebar made the film harder to find amidst Cannes’ typical hustle and bustle, Mimosas made a strong impression on those who saw it, earning some of the festival’s best reviews and ultimately taking home their Critics’ Week Grand Prize. Oliver Laxe’s 16mm-shot, Morocco-set western has been praised for its rich, even hypnotic […]



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