Monthly Archives: September 2017
Vertical Entertainment has released the first trailer for Sam Shepard’s final film Never Here (previously titled “You Were Never Here”).
Mireille Enos stars along with the late Shepard in Camille Thoman’s psychological thriller, which made its debut this year at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Freestyle Media has released the first trailer for The Bachelors, the bittersweet father-son dramedy directed by Kurt Voelker and starring J. K. Simmons, Julie Delpy, Josh Wiggins, Odeya Rush, Jae Head, and Tom Amandes.
The movie is “a powerful tale about what happens to people after losing someone and how environments can influence the outcome.”
Focus Features has revealed the new Darkest Hour trailer, which stars a totally unrecognizable Gary Oldman as the incredibly-quotable British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill.
Directed by Joe Wright (“Atonement”) and written by Anthony McCarten (“The Theory of Everything”), the film covers four weeks in 1940. Oldman is joined onscreen by Kristin Scott Thomas, Lily James, Stephen Dillane, Ronald Pickup, and Ben Mendelsohn.
Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment have released the new trailer for Ed Helms-Owen Wilson road comedy Father Figures (previously titled “Bastards”).
The film marks the directorial debut of “The Hangover” cinematographer Lawrence Sher and tells the story of fraternal twins set out on a journey to find their biological father after it comes to light their promiscuous mother (Glenn Close) has been lying about their supposedly dead dad.
Paramount has released the first teaser trailer for Alex Garland’s latest sci-fi film Annihilation based on Jeff VanderMeer’s eco-horror novel of the same name. One of 2018’s most anticipated films, this is a must see.
The film stars Natalie Portman and follows the expedition of four female scientists who venture into an environmental disaster zone in order to find her missing husband, played by Oscar Isaac.
A24 has unveilled a new trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos’ new movie, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, and it highlights the disturbing relationship forged between a heart surgeon, Steven (Colin Farrell), and a patient’s son, Martin (Dunkirk‘s Barry Keoghan).
Nicole Kidman plays Farrell’s wife, while Raffey Cassidy and Sunny Suljic star as his children.
Lionsgate Premiere has debuted the first trailer for Gotti, and it offers our first look at John Travolta as the legendary Gambino family boss John Gotti who became known as the “Teflon Don” due to the FBI’s numerous unsuccessful attempts to convict him.