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First Trailer for Demetri Martin’s Directorial Debut ‘Dean’

One of the more pleasant, witty features I saw last year was the directorial debut of comedian/writer/actor Demetri Martin. While he’s popped up in films from Ang Lee, Steven Soderbergh, Lake Bell, and more in years past, it was refreshing to see something genuinely in his own voice with Dean, which picked up the Best […]

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New Trailer For ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’ Spills Blood on Ice

Strap those hockey pads back on because the final Canadian trailer has landed for Goon: Last of the Enforcers, the follow-up to, you guessed it, Goon. After the hardest hitter in the game, Doug Glatt (Sean William Scott) is told by a doctor he should never play hockey again, he enters the real world of — *shudders* […]

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‘The Bad Batch’ Assembles in First Trailer for Ana Lily Amirpour’s Dystopic Cannibal Western

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night was one of our favorite debuts of its respective year, an impeccably photographed vampire tale that brought new blood to the subgenre.  fter a fall festival premiere at Venice, followed by a stop at TIFF, Ana Lily Amirpour‘s follow-up The Bad Batch is now finally arriving this summer. With […]

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Acclaimed SXSW-Bound Aussie Thriller ‘Hounds of Love’ Gets U.S. Teaser Trailer

One of our favorite films from last year’s Venice Film Festival is making its way to the United States. Hounds of Love, a harrowing debut from Australian director Ben Young, will get its North American premiere at South by Southwest Film Festival before arriving in theaters in May courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky Distribution. Featuring […]

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Scarlett Johansson is Reborn in New Trailer for ‘Ghost in the Shell’

“Diversity is important in Hollywood, and I would never want to feel like I was playing a character that was offensive,” Scarlett Johansson told Marie Claire, speaking out for the first time about her cast in in Ghost in the Shell. “Also, having a franchise with a female protagonist driving it is such a rare […]

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Noomi Rapace and Orlando Bloom Team Up in Trailer for ‘Unlocked’

Hot button topic: terrorism. Idea for a movie: Terrorists and… a spy! On the run! So comes the first trailer for Unlocked, a new double-crossin’, guy-on-the-inside thriller from Michael Apted (who has helmed episodes of Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex, not to mention the James Bond film The World is Not Enough). Led by Noomi Rapace, she plays aa […]

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Dan Stevens Experiences a Miracle in First Trailer for ‘The Ticket’

Although it premiered last year at the Tribeca Film Festival, Shout! Factory was smart to wait until this spring to release the drama The Ticket. On the heels of Legion and Beauty and the Beast, the star of Dan Stevens has now risen. In his new film, he plays a blind man who regains his vision and finds himself […]

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David Lynch Lives ‘The Art Life’ in Trailer for New Documentary

Continuing their relationship with David Lynch, Janus Films recently acquired David Lynch: The Art Life, a documentary about the artist’s early days and, in particular, relationship with painting. Directors Jon Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, and Rick Barnes seemingly succeeded: our review out of last year’s London Film Festival called it a “wonderful” picture, and one fans […]

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New Trailer for Cristian Mungiu’s ‘Graduation’ Pushes the Bounds of Psychological Drama

After an initial trailer came in April of last year, a new preview has just arrived hailing from the U.K. for Cristian Mungiu‘s new drama Graduation. Premiering at Cannes to positive reception last spring, the film will get a limited release in the U.S. this April. Judging from this preview, the drama looks to be an intensely complex, twisting […]

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International Trailer for ‘Orpheline’ Starring Adèle Exarchopoulos, Gemma Arterton & Adèle Haenel

Following a premiere at Toronto International Film Festival last fall, a new international trailer has arrived for writer-director Arnaud des Pallières‘ latest drama Orpheline (which translates to Orphan). While the trailer is in French (making certain key plot elements a bit cloudy), one need not read subtitles when there are flashing neon lights, money smuggling, race-track gambling, and police raids. The […]



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