Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
Alicia Vikander stars as the wife of a controlling aristocrat (Christoph Waltz) who begins an affair with an aspiring artist (Dane DeHaan) tasked to paint her portrait.
With the success of last year’s horror comedy, the Atlanta mogul and multi-hyphenate returns with a sequel, which Lionsgate will release on October 20.
Michael Rowe, who plays Deadshot on the CW’s Arrow, stars in the indie crime drama alongside Matt Wells, Natalie Brown, Robert Joy, Andy Jones, Ben Cotton, Sofia Wells and veteran actor Stephen McHattie (Orphan Black).
The latest film from Aaron Katz (Land Ho!) concerns a heinous crime that tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant (Kirke) and her Hollywood starlet boss (Kravitz). As the assistant unravels the mystery, she must confront her own understanding of friendship, truth, and celebrity.
After wowing audiences at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, the new thriller from Yorgos Lanthimos, who received an Oscar nomination for previous film The Lobster, will play at a number of fall festivals before its release on October 27. It stars Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Dunkirk‘s Barry Keoghan.
Starring Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman and Elizabeth Marvel, the filmmaker’s latest movie about family dysfunction premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May and plays at the New York Film Festival in September before streaming on Netflix starting October 13.
STXfilms will release the Oscar-winning screenwriter’s first foray behind the camera as director on November 22. Adapted from Molly Bloom’s own memoir, the movie follows the story of the Olympic class skier who started up a high-stakes poker game that ran for a decade before her arrest.
Directed by Mark Palansky (Penelope), the sci-fi thriller received quite a bit of buzz when it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It will be released by Lionsgate Premiere on September 8 after being offered for free on Google Play starting August 24.
After making waves at the Cannes Film Festival, where it was picked up by A24, the new film from the acclaimed director of Tangerine gets its first trailer that gives some idea why the critics raved over the movie as well as Dafoe’s performance.
The Jane Goldman adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s novel premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year and will be released by RLJ Entertainment on September 8.
Five years after the popular HBO show gained the British television creator a new American fanbase, his third feature film will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September before opening in the United Kingdom on October 20.
Patrick Stewart and John Malkovich fight for Glenn Close’s affection in the The Wild Wedding trailer.
Bruce Dern, Matthias Schoenaerts, Judy Greer and Iain Armitage co-star in the film, which Ritesh Batra directed from a script by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who adapted Kent Haruf’s 2015 novel.
The Spanish actor plays a rockstar on vacation in Chile with his supermodel wife (Olga Kurylenko), who gets kidnapped, forcing him to take action. The Saban Films action-comedy will be released on September 8.
Aronofsky’s latest directorial effort is a horror movie about some “new people and new ideas.” But enough from us. As the trailer says, “seeing is believing.” And it’s not kidding around!
IndieWire called this film “an unnerving cross between Stand By Me and Donnie Darko,” so really, say no more. We’re already there, especially since we trust The Orchard’s taste when it comes to edgy indie films.
Oscar winner Anjelica Huston narrates the film, which is said to be inspired by European erotic dramas from the ’70s as it explores the delirious extremes some of us go to for love.
Produced by Voltage Pictures, the feature film directorial debut by Sean Carter is a high concept horror flick that hasn’t been dated as of yet, but this early look at the characters and concept gives you some idea what to expect.
In a time when so many families were plagued by the memories of war, a story about a boy and his bear brought happiness back into the homes of many.
Maggie Betts’ feature debut, a coming-of-age drama, starring Margaret Qualley, Melissa Leo, and Julianne Nicholson, received a lot of buzz out of Sundance and will play at TIFF before its October 27 release date.
The remake of the 1974 revenge thriller that helped start the genre trend and revived the career of Charles Bronson is written by Joe Carnahan and directed by Eli Roth with a release slated for November 22.
Bodied follows a graduate student who is writing his thesis on battle-rap culture and gradually becomes embroiled in that world. The script explores race relations, as evidenced by this potentially NSFW trailer.
Luca Guadagnino’s period drama was at the center of much buzz out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival with Armie Hammer getting much of the acclaim for his performance. It will open on November 24 after playing a number of fall festivals.
Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! has released its first teaser, featuring Jennifer Lawrence wandering through a large house as tension builds in voice over. “You’re insane!” and “Murderer!” Lawrence cries out off screen as we watch her search the home while Michelle Pfeiffer adds, “God help you.”
Woody Harrelson is almost unrecognizable as Lyndon Johnson in the upcoming feature LBJ. The film will follow Johnson through his political journey, and how his life changed when being rushed into presidency.
The newest trailer for It has arrived, providing us with new bone chilling imagery. For the first time, we hear Pennywise speak as the menacing clown.
The newest film directed by George Clooney comes to us in the form of a crime comedy, Suburbicon. The feature, starring Matt Damon as a father dealing with the loss of his wife after a home invasion, was recently announced as a Venice Film Festival competition entry.
Jack Lowden plays the famous musician, and he’s joined by Jessica Brown Findlay and Jodie Comer in the Mark Gill-directed drama.
In the trailer for Marjorie Prime, Jon Hamm plays a holographic recreation of the title character’s deceased husband. It looks to be a pensive look at life and memory, how the two effect one another, and how much of a role technology should play.