Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
The Dec. 8 comedy directed by Ron Shelton (Tin Cup) pits the two veteran actors against each other at a Palm Springs retirement home.
The thriller co-starring Chloe Grace Moretz is about a pair of college-bound lovers who try to solve the death of their classmate.
Disney delivers a closer look into the characters of their upcoming film, Coco
The film is based on a memoir by human-rights activist Loung Ung, who was five years old when the Khmer Rouge regime took power and killed one quarter of the population in Cambodia.
Fox’s Searchlight’s red band trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s THE SHAPE OF WATER gives audiences a clearer picture of the “mysterious asset” that is the focus of the film.
Based on the novel by John Pearson, with David Scarpa penning the adaptation. This is the second film of the year for Scott, following Alien Covenant.
Jennifer Lawrence plays Dominika Egorova, a ballerina recruited to a Russian intellegience service called ‘Sparrow School’, where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Joel Edgerton stars opposite as a CIA spy.
The film is based on the book The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made, which is Greg Sestero’s account of how Tommy Wiseau made “the Citizen Kane of bad movies.”
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan are back for the climactic final chapter, and this time, they’re married! Valentine’s Day can’t come soon enough, right?
Is it November yet? Marvel dropped a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok in the middle of NFL’s opening night game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.
The film follows an urban teenager (Josh Wiggins) and his estranged father (Matt Bomer) as they set out to reconnect over a hunting trip in the wilderness of Montana. The film made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, which was met with strong reviews.
Eddie Redmayne voices the courageous caveman, Dug, who sets out to save his home from the mighty tyrant Lord Nooth, played by Tom Hiddleston.
The trailer showcases just a few of the hazards one can encounter in the jungle such as waterfalls, quicksand, snakes, and starvation.
Opening on Nov. 3 and 10 respectively, the two new holiday-related comedy sequels are going to be vying for the comedy market when they open although the Bad Moms sequel is going all-out with a VERY raunchy R-rated trailer.
Following its premiere and upcoming screenings at the Toronto and New York Film Festivals, the stirring film from the director of Pariah and Bessie will premiere on Netflix and select cities on Nov. 17.
The film stars Martin Dingle Wall as an alcoholic drifter who must battle psychotic rednecks after becoming the target of a deranged sporting event.
The film follows a young Charles Dickens (Dan Stevens) as he creates the classic tale, A Christmas Carol.
The film follows twins Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and Edward (Bill Milner) who live together in their dilapidated family estate.
Scott Cooper directed the film, which co-stars Rosamund Pike, Ben Foster, Jesse Plemons, Rory Cochrane, Stephen Lang, Timothee Chalamet, Adam Beach, Bill Camp, Q’orianka Kilcher and Peter Mullan.
The fourth film in the series directed by Adam Robitel (Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension) is set for release on Jan 5, 2018 with Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell and Angus Samspon all returning in their roles from the previous movies.
Starring Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf and Tracy Letts, Gerwig’s directorial debut has already received raves out of the Venice and Telluride Film Festivals, and it will premiere on Thursday in Toronto. A24 will release the movie on November 10.
Coming out on Sept. 22, this horror-thriller rescued from a straight-to-DVD release by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures shows what horrible things happen when you unfriend someone on Facebook.
Boseman, star of Marvel’s Black Panther, plays future Associate Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall during his time as a defense attorney for the NCAAP, taking on an important case along with an inexperienced lawyer, played by Josh Gad.
The trailer shows a side of Joaquin Phoenix that audiences haven’t seen from the Her actor. Viewers see Phoenix, unhinged and violent as he kills his targets with a hammer and asphyxiates himself behind closed doors.
The Japanese genre filmmaker’s 100th film in 26 years is based on Hiroaki Samura’s manga about an unkillable samurai who takes a job as bodyguard to a young girl wanting revenge for her murdered parents.
Alexandre Philippe’s doc contains interviews with filmmakers including Guillermo del Toro and composer Danny Elfman talking at length about cinema’s most pivotal horror scene in great detail. IFC Midnight will open the movie in theaters and digital platforms on Oct. 13.
One of the programmers of TIFF’s Midnight Madness is quoted as saying the film is “absolutely deranged,” and judging from Vaughn’s transformative turn here, it seems hard to argue.
The directorial debut by former Saturday Night Live cast member Taran Killam is a wacky comedy about a group of assassins, including KIllam and Bobby Moynihan, trying to take out Schwarzenegger’s super hit-man Gunther.
Set to premiere at the Toronto Film Festival before its limited release on Sept. 29, the story of the man known as “Deep Throat,” who famously helped take down President Nixon, is directed by Peter Landesman (Concussion), and it co-stars Diane Lane and Maika Monroe.
Starring Sverrir Gudnason and Shia LaBeouf, the narrative feature debut by Danish director Janus Metz Pedersen follows the 1980 conflict by two of the world’s greatest tennis players. It will have its World Premiere as the Opening Night at the Toronto International Film Festival