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First Trailer for ‘Coming Through the Rye’ Finds Alex Wolff Searching For J.D. Salinger

The first trailer for Coming Through the Rye has been released, following a boy (Alex Wolff) in 1969 whose only ambition is to adapt the elusive author J.D. Salinger‘s (Chris Cooper) The Catcher in the Rye. To do so, he has to travel cross country to get permission from the scribe himself. Along the way he runs into […]


Ava DuVernay Takes on America’s Prison System in First Trailer For ‘The 13th’

While Selma took a look at a very specific, vital part of American history, director Ava DuVernay is exploring its political and systemic reverberations over the span of many decades with her next film. The 13th chronicles the history of racial inequality in the United States, particularly how it relates to the prison system, and ahead of a NYFF opening and Netflix […]


A Gambler is Out of Luck in Exclusive Trailer for Erik Reese’s ‘Dead Bullet’

Coming off of the drug caper Down and Dangerous, which we covered upon its release, director Zak Forsman has shifted roles to executive produce the new feature Dead Bullet, which comes from the creative collective known as Sabi and stars John T. Woods. Written and directed by newcomer Erik Reese, we’re pleased to exclusive premiere the first trailer, which […]


Scorsese and Kubrick Praise Abel Gance’s Silent Epic ‘Napoleon’ in Restoration Trailer

Clocking in at five-and-a-half-hours, Abel Gance‘s 1927 silent epic Napoleon has undergone a restoration that has been a decades-in-the-making endeavor. It’ll be heavily credited to the BFI, yet historian Kevin Brownlow “spent over 50 years tracking down surviving prints from archives around the world since he first saw a 9.5mm version as a schoolboy in 1954.” BFI National […]

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Trailer for ‘Tower’ Looks at a Harrowing Tragedy Through Rotoscope Animation

On August 1, 1966 a sniper opened fire at the University of Texas, killing 16 and wounding 32 others. 50 years later, the story is getting re-told utilizing a mix of newly filmed footage rotoscoped à la Waking Life, archival materials, and interviews in the film Tower. Directed by Keith Maitland, Kino Lorber has now released the […]


Enter a Nightmare in the First Trailer for ‘The Eyes of My Mother’

One of the most divisive films at Sundance this year was Nicolas Pesce‘s The Eyes of My Mother, the latest production from Borderline Films, the team behind the uncompromising character studies Martha Marcy May Marlene, Simon Killer, James White, and more. The film follows a woman whose mother was killed, so she takes revenge in unnerving ways. […]

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Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass Reconnect in Trailer For ‘Blue Jay’

While the talents of Sarah Paulson have be on display in Martha Marcy May Marlene, Mud, 12 Years a Slave, Carol, and more, the actress just got some deserved recognition with her Emmy win earlier this week. Ahead of a role in Ocean’s Eight, her latest film, Blue Jay, is a two-hander which finds her reconnecting […]


Michael Fassbender Leads a Life of Crime in First Trailer for ‘Trespass Against Us’

With The Light Between Oceans coming and going fairly quickly following its Venice premiere and subsequent theatrical release, Michael Fassbender was also on the fall festival circuit with another film, Trespass Against Us. Coming from commercial and music video helmer Adam Smith, Fassbender stars alongside Brendan Gleeson as a family embroiled in a life of crime. While […]


Ice Cube and Charlie Day Prepare For a ‘Fist Fight’ in First Trailer

If Vice Principals isn’t fulfilling your desire for high school-set hijinks amongst faculty, next year we’re getting Fist Fight, a new comedy from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia director Richie Keen. Continuing down the box-office-winning formula of teaming Ice Cube with someone who plays opposite his persona (this time Charlie Day), the first trailer has […]


Scarlett Johansson Boots Up in First Teasers for ‘Ghost in the Shell’

Considering the trend of live-action remakes, those behind a Hollywood adaptation of Masamune Shirow‘s iconic Japanese franchise Ghost in the Shell certainly have quite a hill to climb — not to mention how much pre-release talk has surrounded its casting. However, we’re at least vaguely curious as to what director Rupert Sanders has in store and […]

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