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The Road to Rap Stardom is Paved in First Trailer for ‘Patti Cake$’

From the streets of New Jersey, here comes Patti Cake$. Directed by Geremy Jasper, his debut follows Patricia Dumbrowski (Danielle MacDonald), a woman from Bergen County, New Jersey seeking fame through hip-hop. Patti Cake$ premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. In our review, we praised the performance from newcomer MacDonald but was underwhelmed by the film’s predictable […]


First Full Trailer for Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Okja’ Finds an Animal on the Loose

It may not win the Palme d’Or if the jury president has his way, but that doesn’t lessen our anticipation for Bong Joon-hoo‘s Snowpiercer follow-up Okja. Starring Ahn Seo-hyun, Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Steven Yeun, Lily Collins, Devon Bostick, Byun Hee-bong, and Shirley Henderson, the Netflix-produced and distributed feature tracks the struggle to stop a multinational corporation […]

Hermia and Helena

Trailer for Matías Piñeiro’s Acclaimed Drama ‘Hermia & Helena’

A few years ago we explored the filmography of one of our most under-appreciated directors, Matías Piñeiro, and now he’s back for what looks to be his most substantial release yet. Hermia & Helena, which I named the number one film to see this month, follows a young Argentine theater director who arrives to New York to work […]


A Refugee Gets a Superpower in First Trailer for Kornél Mundruczó’s ‘Jupiter’s Moon’

Most animal-related features in cinema today are geared towards offering up the cutest depictions imaginable for a family-friendly audience, but when White God premiered a few years back, Kornél Mundruczó brought some style to the subgenre. He’s now returning to Cannes with what sounds like an even more ambitious follow-up, Jupiter’s Moon. The story follows an immigrant who […]


Emma Stone and Steve Carell Square Off in First Trailer for ‘The Battle of the Sexes’

A chauvinistic goofball attempting to undermine the female population might strike a little too much of a chord in today’s age, but a new sports dramedy depicts just that. The Battle of the Sexes, which captures the 1973 rivalry between Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) has now debuted its first trailer […]


Final Trailer for ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Previews the End of a Trilogy

Although this summer will bring the ninth film in the Planet of the Apes franchise, 20th Century Fox is officially billing it at as “the culminating chapter of the latest trilogy.” The final trailer has now been released for Matt Reeves‘ War for the Planet of the Apes, which features the return of Andy Serkis as his Caesar goes up against Woody […]


Robert Pattinson Races Against the Clock in First Trailer for ‘Good Time’

A24 is still riding high after their big Best Picture win for Moonlight, and the distribution company shows no signs of slowing down. They just released The Lovers, and on the horizon in 2017 they have It Comes At Night, A Ghost Story, Killing of a Sacred Deer, and the subject of a brand new […]


‘Leviathan’ Director Andrey Zvyagintsev Returns in First International Trailer for ‘Loveless’

Andrey Zvyagintsev‘s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated, Cannes-winning 2014 drama Leviathan is Loveless, co-written with creative partner Oleg Negin (also of Elena and The Banishment). Following an estranged couple who are going through a divorce, their relationship shifts when their 12-year-old son disappears. With that set-up ripe for an exploration about a flailing relationship, with no doubt some political undercurrents, […]


First Trailer for South Korean Action Thriller ‘The Merciless,’ Premiering at Cannes

When it comes to South Korean cinema, in recent years we’ve seen new entries hailing from the country making a mark at Cannes Film Festival, most notably The Handmaiden, Train to Busan, and The Wailing last year. This month we’ll see the premiere of a new action thriller there, titled The Merciless, and the first […]


Emmanuelle Riva Gets Whimsical in U.S. Trailer for ‘Lost in Paris’

With the genre of physical comedy sorely lacking in today’s cinematic landscape, Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon are helping to revive it with some style with Lost in Paris. Starring, written, directed, and produced by the pair, the first U.S. trailer has now arrived for the whimsical comedy courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories. The story follows a small-time […]

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