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Robert Pattinson Searches for Mia Wasikowska in First Trailer for ‘Damsel’

The stunning vistas aren’t the only signifiers of the western genre in Damsel, yet we quickly grasp that David and Nathan Zellner have crafted revisionist take on the genre, lovingly poking fun at its foundation while slyly pulling the rug under the audience in humorous, forward-thinking, and genre-redefining fashion. Following Samuel (Robert Pattinson) as he goes on […]


Rediscover Jean Cocteau’s ‘Les Parents terribles’ in Exclusive Trailer for 70th-Anniversary Theatrical Restoration

Jean Cocteau’s filmography could be considered relatively modest compared to some of his French brethren — but with an output among cinema’s most immense, no less influential. While I imagine most reading this have seen his canonical landmarks such as La Belle et la Bête and Orphée, there are still a select few that go overlooked due to lack of distribution. Les parents terribles […]


Spike Lee-Helmed, Jordan Peele-Produced ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Gets First Trailer Ahead of Cannes Premiere

A Spike Lee movie called Blackklansman likely goes one of two ways, the question at hand being: are we getting a film by the director Do the Right Thing, Miracle at St. Anna, When the Levees Broke, and 4 Little Girls, or something from the man behind Chi-raq and Inside Man? Any one of those (maybe not St. Anna) […]


Matt Dillon Bludgeons and Tortures His Way Through Trailer for Lars von Trier’s ‘The House That Jack Built’

In the years since it was announced, actual materials surrounding Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built have been scant — an image here, the briefest of teasers there — but we don’t need the sad Dane to tell us it “celebrates the idea that life is evil and soulless” to know what’s coming. […]


First Trailer for Jafar Panahi’s Cannes Entry ‘3 Faces’ Takes a Kiarostami-Like Road Trip

Though there exists evidence (read: four feature films) that Jafar Panahi’s 20-year filmmaking ban has largely turned symbolic, every work nevertheless feels like a victory — for him, for the medium, and over tyranny. That they are largely excellent, boundary-defying works makes the whole thing a bit easier to celebrate, and word has it the latest entry […]


Teaser for Gaspar Noé’s Acclaimed Cannes Entry ‘Climax’ Offers World’s Scariest Sangria

I do like Gaspar Noé. I like the swirl of colors and violence and Thomas Bangalter (consensual) sex. I like the stupidity. I like the malevolence. I like when he reveals himself to be a huge softie who just can’t get there if he doesn’t act like a tough guy for the first 4/5ths of […]


Shane Black Returns in First Teaser for ‘The Predator’

Shane Black’s name is not mentioned once in The Predator, he who gave us the franchise’s first entry, Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout, The Long Kiss Goodnight, and, most recently, The Nice Guys relegated to a credit for Iron Man 3 — surely a work that trumps memory of any other noted herein. Nor can we […]


Alden Ehrenreich Endures the Aftermath of War in First Trailer for ‘The Yellow Birds’

Alexandre Moors’ Blue Caprice was a harrowing, stunningly-shot depiction of the D.C. sniper attacks. The director made his return at last year’s Sundance with the war/PTSD drama The Yellow Birds, co-written by David Lowery, and now it’s finally getting a release some 17 months later. The delay seems to be two-fold as we imagine the […]

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Paul Rudd Goes from Baseball to Espionage in First Trailer for ‘The Catcher Was a Spy’

Before he gets small later this summer, Paul Rudd is doing some good ol’ fashioned drama with The Catcher Was a Spy. Premiering at Sundance earlier this year, the WWII-set feature comes from Ben Lewin (The Sessions) and also stars Mark Strong, Jeff Daniels, Paul Giamatti, Sienna Miller, and Guy Pearce. The true story follows […]


Andrea Riseborough Blurs Identities in First Trailer for ‘NANCY’

Bringing not one, not two, not three, but four films to Sundance Film Festival this year, Andrea Riseborough was clearly the star of the festival. Along with The Death of Stalin, Burden, and Mandy, her most substantial performance is in Christina Choe’s NANCY. The drama follows the actress as a woman in upstate New York who […]

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