Amid all the excitement for this year’s major blockbuster releases, you may not yet have heard of Queen of Earth, writer/director Alex Ross Perry’s follow-up to last year’s smart indie gem Listen Up, Philip. Elisabeth Moss reunites with Perry in his sophomore effort, which zags away from the biting, cynical wit of his first film in favor of an unnerving psycho-thriller.
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The first time Jennifer Lawrence teamed with writer/director David O. Russell, they made Silver Linings Playbook, and she won an Oscar. The second time they teamed together they made American Hustle, and she was nominated for another Oscar. Now they’ve got Joy, yet another prestige drama coming out in December. Looks like they’re going for the trifecta.
If there’s one movie you’re excited about on December 18 this year it’s...probably Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But, if there are two movies you’re excited about on December 18, the other one is definitely Sisters, starring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. The former SNL co-stars and Golden Globes hosts reteam for this only comedy bold enough to take on Luke Skywalker and Han Solo, and we’ve got the first trailer for you.
My favorite line in the new trailer for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, which was just released online after its debut last weekend at Comic-Con, is the one spoken by Reg. E. Cathey as Dr. Franklin Storm. “It is our duty as human beings,” he says, “to push forward into the unknown.”
When it was first announced, The Dressmaker sounded like a quirky, dark comedy about an incredibly skilled seamstress who returns to her hometown to take revenge on those who wronged her. The first trailer has arrived and proves that assumption is only half-correct — Kate Winslet does indeed play a talented dressmaker, but the revenge she has in mind is more of the good-natured kind.
Prepare yourself: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Comic-Con trailer has arrived. This footage brought the house down at Hall H, where director Zack Snyder and his cast assembled to discuss the new film and shed additional light on this epic superhero throwdown. Does it live up to the hype? Watch it and discover for yourself!
Just as The Man From U.N.C.L.E. portion of the WB panel ended at Comic-Con 2015, the extended trailer for Guy Ritchie’s upcoming action flick has arrived online. And it’s very extended — the new trailer features five minutes of action-packed footage from Ritchie’s big screen reboot of the classic series, starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer.
Sinister 2 has unveiled a new red band trailer, which is the horror movie marketing way of making it totally clear to your intended audience that their admission will buy them 90 or so minutes of good stuff. And by good stuff, we mean blood and gore and screaming and yelling and maybe even an f-bomb or two. You probably shouldn’t watch this trailer at work, but nothing in this trailer is going to turn you off if you enjoyed the first entry.
Either this trailer for Miss You Already isn’t very good, or this movie is a bit worrisome. With Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette playing best pals in a drama about friendship, life, love and death (with bonus co-stars Dominic Cooper and Paddy Considine), what could be bad about it? If we take one message from this trailer it’s that we should retain our optimism when things don’t seem so great.
Homeland Season 5 appears to be following the same formula as the past season — it’s essentially a soft reboot, transporting the characters and the action to a new location with a brand new mission. The first trailer is light on details, but heavy on the promise of something new.