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A Superhero Family Reunites in New Trailer for Brad Bird’s ‘Incredibles 2’

After years of clamoring for a sequel, and getting a few unneeded franchise extensions in between from Pixar, the company finally brought back writer-director Brad Bird and Incredibles 2 will be arriving this summer. Featuring the original voice cast of Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Sarah Vowell, Samuel L. Jackson and John Ratzenberger, as well […]


Trailer for 50th Anniversary Restoration of Straub-Huillet’s ‘Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach’ Brings the Noise

Following a home-video release of Moses and Aaron, Grasshopper Film’s work with the Straub-Huillet catalog continues onto 1968’s Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach, which, on the occasion of its 50th anniversary, is being granted a limited theatrical engagement. Though the negative labels thrown at them (“difficult” and “inaccessible” prove most common) are often nonsense, it’s nevertheless worth noting that […]


‘Outside In’ Trailer: Edie Falco and Jay Duplass Ignite a Complicated Relationship

Lynn Shelton, who has found acclaim with Humpday and Your Sister’s Sister, returned to Toronto International Film Festival last fall with her drama Outside In. Starring Edie Falco and Jay Duplass as a teacher and former student, respectively, it follows the latter as he gets released from prison after two decades and they reconnect in unexpected […]


First Trailer for ‘Venom’ Places Tom Hardy in the ‘Spider-Man’ Universe

Although he has considerable experience in the world of comic book movies with The Dark Knight Rises, the post-Nolan world of superheroes is quite a different landscape, yet Tom Hardy has found a way in, this time as an antihero. He’s leading Venom, playing the titular character/Eddie Brock, and today the first trailer has landed […]


First Trailer for ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Introduces the Origins of a Smuggler

We are just about three months away from the latest Star Wars movie–the quickest one has arrived after its predecessor–and with it came incessant pleas wondering why we haven’t seen any footage for a film those complaining about will see on opening day regardless. Well, now the first footage has arrived for Solo: A Star Wars Story, […]


First Trailer for ‘The Cloverfield Paradox,’ Arriving on Netflix Tonight

Update: Read our review of The Cloverfield Paradox. Two years ago, Dan Trachtenberg’s directorial debut 10 Cloverfield Lane arrived, bringing new life to the sci-fi franchise initially launched in 2008. Following the success of the film, it was revealed that J.J. Abrams would continue developing more entries and the newest will arrive with God Particle aka […]


First Trailer for ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Brings Tom Cruise to Dangerous New Heights

While Ghotocol achieved the highest highs of the Mission: Impossible franchise thus far, Rogue Nation was perhaps the most well-running machine, a slick, intense actioner with stakes. Considering the success of this last entry, it makes sense that, for the first time ever, the franchise is calling back a director with Tom Cruise’s frequent collaborator […]


‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Super Bowl Trailer Brings Dinosaur Mayhem

Get ready for another dinosaur-filled summer of mayhem. Following the blockbuster behemoth Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow handed over the directing reigns to J.A. Bayona, director of The Orphanage and The Impossible, for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. A new Super Bowl trailer has landed, which features much more of the story as we head off the island. Picking up a few years […]


First Trailer for Lav Diaz’s Berlinale-Bound Musical ‘Season of the Devil’

Following up his Golden Lion-winning drama The Woman Who Left, Lav Diaz is returning to Berlinale 2018 with his latest film, Ang Panahon ng Halimaw aka Season of the Devil. Described as an “anti-musical musical, a rock opera, that delves into mythology,” the first trailer has now arrived ahead of the premiere in competition later […]


Trailer for Estonian Fantasy Horror ‘November’ Brings Black-and-White Terror

Since releasing it in November would have been too obvious, later this month the Estonian black-and-white fantasy horror you’ve been waiting for will arrive. November, which was the country’s entry for the 90th Academy Awards, comes from director Rainer Sarnet (The Idiot, Where Souls Go), and Oscilloscope Films have now released the first trailer. Based on Andrus […]

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