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Sandra Bullock Goes on a Perilous Journey in First Trailer for ‘Bird Box’

In a stark turnaround from previous years, Netflix is having an incredible fall when it comes their original films, with the release of critically acclaimed films such as Happy as Lazzaro, Shirkers, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Other Side of the Wind, Private Life, and Roma. It looks to be adding onto its success […]

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‘Vox Lux’ Trailer: Natalie Portman is a Pop Star in Brady Corbet’s Drama

One of the best surprises of the fall season is that Brady Corbet’s second feature, following the harrowing The Childhood of a Leader, will be arriving much sooner than expecting. After playing at Venice and TIFF and being picked up by NEON, Vox Lux was set for an early December release date, with the company hoping to repeat […]

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Liam Neeson is in ‘Cold Pursuit’ in First Trailer for ‘In Order of Disappearance’ Remake

It wouldn’t be the early months of the year without a new Liam Neeson-led actioner and thankfully 2019 won’t disappoint. Arriving in February is Cold Pursuit, the remake of Hans Petter Moland’s Stellan Skarsgård-led Norwegian thriller In Order of Disappearance. Marking the rare case when the original film’s director steps into remake his own film, […]

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‘Black Mother’ Trailer: Khalik Allah’s Poetic, Spiritual Exploration of Jamaica

One of the most powerful cinematic experiences I’ve had this year is with Khalik Allah’s Black Mother, a poetic, spiritual exploration of Jamaica through the structure of trimesters. The director’s follow-up to his praised film Field Niggas played at True/False and New Directors/New Films, among other festivals, and although it’s still seeking U.S. distribution, it will […]

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‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ Trailer: ‘Attack the Block’ Director Joe Cornish Returns

After arriving on the scene back in 2011 with his mightly impressive directorial debut Attack the Block (along with a writing credit on The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn), it’s been a long wait to see what Joe Cornish would do next. He was attached to a number of projects and even rumored for […]

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Nicole Kidman Faces Her Demons in First Trailer for Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’

Following up her small-scale, impressive thriller The Invitation, Karyn Kusama has given Nicole Kidman quite a transformative showcase with Destroyer. Following a premiere on the fall festival circuit, Annapurna has now released the first trailer for the dark drama, which follows Kidman as an LAPD detective whose past catches up with her after going undercover. […]

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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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