Before 'The Fault in Our Stars,' before 'Divergent,' Shailene Woodley filmed a small film from director Gregg Araki called 'White Bird in a Blizzard,' another coming-of-age tale for the actress. Though our critic had her own issues with film when she saw it at Sundance, a new trailer has debuted, and it's always great to see the lovely Eva Green smoldering up the screen.
In the latest 'Nightcrawler' trailer, Jake Gyllenhaal is looking for the ultimate crime to film, something that viewers at home will not be able to turn away from. But in truth, he is the one we can't stop watching.
Warner Bros. released the full-length 'Annabelle' trailer, which does not hide the origins of its titular demonic doll. Yes, this is the same doll that left a huge impression on audiences in 'The Conjuring,' and, yes, we're going to get to see exactly how this creepy thing came into being. Considering that 'The Conjuring' is one of the most successful and acclaimed horror movies of all time, this is probably a smart angle to take.
The teaser trailer for 'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death' puts the emphasis on the tease, showing off very little actual footage but a whole lot of atmosphere. And that's for the best: with no big name star this time around, the sequel is going to sell itself on its horror, not the fact that a grown-up Harry Potter is leading the show.
Nicolas Cage is a serious actor. And serious actors do accents and period epics. So here's the trailer for 'Outcast,' starring Cage and someone whose name you used to remember, Hayden Christensen. All you really need to know is that this movie is set in China in the 12th century, where everyone speaks english and Cage's character is known as The White Ghost.
The 'Automata' trailer previews a film chock-full of familiar concepts: a dystopian future society, robots who develop minds of their own, and a lone hero on the run because he knows too much. Despite all of the familiarity, however, there's a sense of style that makes this sci-fi action movie worth keeping an eye on.
There's always plenty of Stephen King adaptations in the works, but here's one based on a story you might not be as familiar with -- and as a bonus, King himself wrote the screenplay. 'A Good Marriage' appears to examine a marriage through King's grisly lens, and the suburbs are looking pretty deadly.
The internet, coupled with other technological advances, changed our lives in ways many of us don't even consider, and director Jason Reitman is tackling these issues and struggles in his upcoming film, 'Men, Women and Children.' The first trailer, appropriately void of dialogue in favor of online and textual interactions, is a dark look at what's to befall his cast of characters -- and potentially the rest of us -- in the internet age.
One of the most talked-about films to come out of this year's Sundance Film Festival was 'Wetlands,' a German-language film adapted from Charlotte Roche's novel that features a character who gets off on wallowing in perversity. So, are you ready to meet Helen in the first 'Wetlands' trailer? Don't say we didn't warn you.
Although the trailer doesn't sell any of the plot of 'Mortdecai,' it does sell Johnny Depp's newest weird character: a snobby art dealer who appears debonair but is actually a bit of a bumbling oaf. Depp doesn't wear any silly hats this time around, but he does have a silly mustache and a wacky accent, so everything balances out in the end.