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Helen Mirren Is Haunted as Hell in First ‘Winchester’ Trailer
Helen Mirren Is Haunted as Hell in First ‘Winchester’ Trailer
Many California residents are undoubtedly familiar with the story of Sarah Winchester — or at the very least, the house she lived in, which is now a tourist attraction. It’s also the subject of the new horror film, Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built, starring Helen Mirren as the titular widow. As you can see in the first trailer, the movie is really pushing the haunted AF house angle.
Dom Goes Bad in the First ‘Fate of the Furious’ Trailer
Dom Goes Bad in the First ‘Fate of the Furious’ Trailer
Sometimes you discover something in your life that you didn’t know you needed until you finally have it. Take, for example, the brand new trailer for The Fate of the Furious. If you’d made me list the 100 different things I want from an action movie, I never would have thought to request a scene where a submarine chases a fleet of vehicles across an ice-field. Now that I’ve seen the first trailer for the film, I kind of wish every action movie was just that scene for ninety minutes.
Will Smith Reckons with Existence in New ‘Collateral Beauty’ Trailer
Will Smith Reckons with Existence in New ‘Collateral Beauty’ Trailer
Following through on the soupy metaphysics and syrupy emotionality of past projects Seven Pounds and The Pursuit of Happyness, Will Smith completes his “All Along, the Meaning of Life… Was Love” trilogy on December 16 with David Frankel’s Collateral Beauty. A new trailer for the inspirational/”inspirational” morality play has surfaced online today, and it contains all the sky-high emotions, A Christmas Carol-but-with-a-soul narrative structuring, and elaborate domino structures that audiences would expect. It could certainly use more footage of Smith playing with dominos, but then, what movie couldn’t?
Dwayne Johnson Slams ‘Candy Ass’ Male ‘Fast 8’ Co-Stars
Dwayne Johnson Slams ‘Candy Ass’ Male ‘Fast 8’ Co-Stars
Back when he was a full-time pro wrestler, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson built his reputation on his inspired mic work, and particularly the inventive way he insulted his opponents. Guys who dared challenge his WWE supremacy were “jabronis” and “roody poo candy asses.” Said candy asses would face the wrath of a smackdown, verbal and otherwise. He’d ask them a question, like “What’s your name?” then interrupt before they could answer. (“It doesn’t matter what your name is!!”) Or Johnson would tell them to grab something and stick it straight up their candy asses. (You may begin to sense a theme here.)

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