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‘Kong: Skull Island’ International Trailer: A Few Terrifying Monsters, and One Very Big Ape

by Emma Stefansky 7 days ago
This island may be big enough for Kong and a bunch of other creatures, but it ain’t big enough to fit all these pesky humans too. The new international trailer for Kong: Skull Island gives us more flames, more ape, and introduces a bunch of new creatures, each one huger than the last.

‘Raw’ Trailers Tease a Ravenous Coming-of-Age in This Festival Favorite

by Britt Hayes 7 days ago
With films like The Witch and The Invitation, 2016 was a great year for horror, and the genre certainly isn’t slacking in 2017 — in addition to the all-female-directed anthology XX, this year sees the release of Raw, the French coming-of-age cannibal horror film which marks the feature directorial debut of Julia Ducournau. Already a hit on the 2016 festival circuit (where it made a few audience members ill), Raw is an early contender for this year’s best-of lists. You can see why for yourself as these new green and red-band trailers offer a little taste (sorry) of what’s in store.

‘CHIPS’ Trailer: California, It’s Time to Party

by Emma Stefansky January 11, 2017 @ 11:34 PM
You tilted your head to the side and went, “Huh,” when you first heard about it. You said to yourself, “Oh yeah, I’d forgotten about that,” when you saw casting news about it. Now, you can see it for yourself — or, at least, two minutes and forty-two seconds of it: Dax Shepard’s CHiPs movie remake finally has its very first trailer.

A24 Releases a Mysterious New Trailer for an Untitled Project

by Emma Stefansky January 11, 2017 @ 5:33 PM
Studios have been extremely good at keeping secrets lately. Recently, we had Netflix’s Beyonce-like drop of the unannounced The OA, which spread some ripples but didn’t seem to make many waves. The streaming service hasn’t offered an explanation as to why they decided to not provide the show with any advertisement, but its an intriguing business model nonetheless. Today, the studio A24 released what looks like a trailer for a project called simply “Untitled.”

Women Are Out for Blood in New Trailer for All-Female Horror Anthology ‘XX’

by Charles Bramesco January 11, 2017 @ 10:10 AM
Horror anthology films are all the rage these days, from the lo-fi V/H/S series to the the pair of eclectic ABCs of Death films to the recent seasonally-themed Holidays. And yet all of these films have been united by the greater theme of being almost entirely directed by men; the scary-movie genre has always been a bit of a boy’s club, with women fighting tooth and nail for success as exceptions to an archaic rule imposed by Hollywood. The upcoming film XX seeks to change that, however, offering some of of horror’s most promising young female filmmakers the chance to get behind the camera and have some twisted fun.

Joseph Fiennes Goes Michael Jackson (Gulp) in New ‘Urban Myths’ Trailer

by Charles Bramesco January 11, 2017 @ 9:18 AM
Sky Arts
When noted British actor and confirmed Caucasian male Joseph Fiennes announced last year that he’d play Michael Jackson for an upcoming TV series called Urban Myths, the public had an understandably adverse reaction. Though Fiennes confirmed that he’d portray the King of Pop after he got his controversial skin-whitening procedure, the fact remains that a white man would be playing an African-American man in a confusing sort of blackface without a literal black face. The Fiennes’ credit, he’s confessed to The Hollywood Reporter that he understands “why people are up in arms,” but hopes that audiences will be a little more understanding when they see that the show takes all sorts of liberties with the personal lives of historical figures.

‘Cars 3’ Extended Look: Don’t Count Lightning McQueen (Or Pixar) Out Yet

by Matt Singer January 10, 2017 @ 8:49 AM
To kids, Cars is a signature Pixar franchise, known for that little red race car, Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson). To older Pixar fans, Cars is known as Pixar’s red-headed stepchild, well below the rest of the venerable animation studio’s output. Cars was never particularly well-liked in the first place and then along came Cars 2 which was wild and weird and not particularly great (although the movie is so wild and weird it’s kind of interesting).

New ‘Baywatch’ Trailer Is NSFW and Totally Ridiculous

by Britt Hayes January 9, 2017 @ 11:34 AM
“Everything that you guys are talking about sounds like a really entertaining but far-fetched TV show” — so says Zac Efron in the new international trailer for Baywatch, which combines the self-awareness of 21 Jump Street (or seems to be trying to do that) with the ridiculous action of your average Dwayne Johnson movie. The latest trailer for the comedic retread of the classic ’90s TV series drops the green-band pleasantries for a profanity-laden, NSFW sneak peek at the upcoming film, and though we’re not 100 percent sold on it just yet, Baywatch looks pretty darn watchable, at the very least.

Emma Waton’s Belle Just Wants Someone to Understand in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’ TV Spot

by Erin Whitney January 8, 2017 @ 9:27 PM
We never got to hear Emma Watson’s singing had she not turned down La La Land, but thanks what we’ve got the new Beauty and the Beast for. The latest TV spot for Disney’s live-action remake, which debuted during the Golden Globes, features Watson singing “Belle” from the classic animated movie.