Monthly Archives: March 2018
A24 has debuted the First Reformed trailer. The Paul Schrader’s gripping thriller about a parish pastor (Ethan Hawke) dealing with a spiritual identity crisis also features Amanda Seyfried and Cedric Kyles.
The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year, followed by screenings at Toronto, Telluride, and New York film festivals, and is set to open in select theaters on May 18th. Watch the trailer below.
Cohen Media Group has released the new trailer for Michel Hazanavicius’ Godard Mon Amour, formerly titled Redoubtable when it premiered at Cannes last year.
Featuring Louis Garrel as the French New Wave icon and Stacy Martin as the young Polish actress Anne Wiazemsky, the movie is actually adapted from Wiazemsky’s memoir Un An Après, with a cast including Bérénice Bejo, Micha Lescot, Grégory Gadebois, and Félix Kysyl.
Netflix has released the official trailer for the Mark Raso-directed road trip movie, Kodachrome.
Starring a shaggy-bearded Ed Harris along with Jason Sudeikis and Elizabeth Olsen, the film follows a struggling A&R executive who must reunite with his estranged and terminally ill father on a road trip to develop his final rolls of Kodachrome film.
Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures have released the first trailer for Eli Roth’s family-friendly fantasy horror adventure, The House with a Clock in Its Walls.
Written by Eric Kripke (creator of “Supernatural” series) and based on the 1973 children’s book of the same name written by John Bellairs and illustrated by Edward Gorey, the film stars Jack Black and Cate Blanchett as a witch and warlock who get caught up in the young boy’s magical adventure.
Universal and Legendary’s rock ’em, sock ’em sequel Pacific Rim: Uprising was the film to finally dethrone Black Panther at the box office upon opening to a tepid $28 million domestic take, down 23 percent from the $37.2 million its 2013 predecessor made.
Fox has released the full-length Deadpool 2 trailer and it features Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) assembling X-Force a.k.a. heroes who are “tough, orally flexible, and able to carry their own franchise in 10-12 years” to face off against the time-traveling soldier cybernetic mutant Cable (Josh Brolin).
RLJE has unleashed a teaser trailer for a new dramatic noir thriller Terminal from Vaughn Stein, an assistant director known for big-budget spectacles like Beauty and the Beast.
Academy Award nominee Margot Robbie (I, Tonya) stars as a femme fatal assassin, along with Simon Pegg, Mike Myers, Max Irons, and Dexter Fletcher.