Category Archives: Trailers (Film)
HBO’s Succession series follows a dysfunctional American global-media family.
Alicia Vikander stars as the adventerous Lara Croft who must survive on a perilous mission that will give her answers about her fathers dissapearance and earn her the name of tomb raider.
The film also stars Pablo Schreiber, Grace Gummer, and Renée Willet. Beast of Burden hits theaters this February.
The Oscar-winning actor plays an island dictator who seeks refuge with a suburban teen who wants his helping overthrowing her school’s “mean girls” faction.
The documentary will be making its premiere at Sundance this upcoming week. 20 Feet From Stardom helmer Morgan Neville directs.
The new featurette shows off the scale of the film along with commentary from Ava DuVernay, and Oprah Winfrey.
Adapted and directed by Gus Van Sant from John Callahan’s autobiography, Phoenix is joined by co-stars Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, Jack Black and Carrie Brownstein in the drama Amazon Studios will release on May 11.
Nick Robinson from Jurassic World stars in Greg Berlanti’s film based on Becky Albertalli’s novel, adapted by This is Us writers Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger.
Brooks’ feature film directorial debut premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. It co-stars Matthew Shear, Deirder O’Connell, Sarah Ramos and Arliss Howard.
Directed by stuntman Lin Oeding, Momoa plays a man who must fight off ruthless drug-traffickers with his father (Stephen Lang from Avatar when they descend upon their remote hunting cabin.
Starring Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner and Eugene Simon, the eerie period piece set in a small Irish village in 1920, the film was one of the nice surprises out of the 2017 Toronto Film Festival.
Union plays a mother trying to save her children who are being held hostage in an impenetrable house in the new thriller from Will Packer Productions.
Jon Hamm and Rosamund Pike star in this action thriller from The Machinest director Brad Anderson.
Focus Features releases the dark comedy, which has MacKenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire) playing the title character, a nanny hired to help Charlize Theron’s bad mom, on April 20.
Adapted from Louann Brizendine’s best-selling novel , Cummings’ co-wrote, directed and stars in the rom-com co-starring Toby Kebbell, Sofia Vergara, James Marsden, Deon Cole and Lucy Punch.
From the creators of Going Clear and Enron comes a Netflix documentary series exposing corruption in our economy.
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies hits theaters July 27 in the United States and August 3 in the UK.
Flower stars Zoey Deutch and is directed by Max Winkler.
Academy Award winner Shawn Christensen directs the film that stars Logan Lerman and Elle Fanning.
Marvel Entertainment’s first movie of 2018 stars Chadwick Boseman as Wakandan King T’Challa who dons the traditional armor of the Black Panther to protect his people.
Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz co-star as parents who must try to stop their teen daughters from fulfilling a pact to lose their virginity at prom. Pitch Perfect writer and Girlboss creator Kay Cannon makes her directorial debut.
Adapted from Jason Matthews novel by Justin Haythe (A Cure for Wellness), the March 2 Fox release reunites Lawrence with her Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence.
Perry’s own new film includes Alex Horovitz, Emily Browning, Mary Louise-Parker, Chloe Sevigny and Jason Schwartzman, plus he wrote Mark Pellington’s Nostalgia starring Jon Hamm and Catherine Keener.
The behind the scenes featurette includes Kevin Feige detailing what makes the title hero such an exciting story, along with Chadwick Boseman, Ryan Coogler, and Stan Lee.
The three stars play waiters who must take matters into their own hands when the building they work at gets taken hostage.
Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke star in the gothic horror film based on true events, from Jigsaw helmers, the Spierig Brothers.
Starring Taylor James as the biblical hero and co-starring Caitlin Leahy, Jackson Rathbone, Billy Zane and Rutger Hauer, the biblical epic will be released by Pure Flix Entertainment on Feb. 16.
Kick-Ass 2 filmmaker Jeff Wadlow co-wrote and directed the latest horror film from Universal and Blumhouse.
MGM will release Eli Roth’s remake, adapted from Brian Garfield’s novel by Joe Carnahan, on March 2.
The urban legend that became an internet meme has been turned into a chilling horror film directed by Sylvain White (The Losers).