Monthly Archives: May 2018
Kino Lorber has released an official US trailer for a gritty shoot ’em up neo-western thriller Let the Corpses Tan (Laissez bronzer les cadavres), the latest from Brussels-based writer-directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani (Amer, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears).
According to Deadline, Oscar winner Jamie Foxx will take on the title role in writer and director Todd McFarlane’s big screen reboot of Spawn. McFarlane will also produce with Jason Blum.
Foxx will play lead character Al Simmons (in the film, he’s Al Newman), a former member of the CIA black ops who gets betrayed, killed, sent to Hell, and resurrected as a human-turned-Hellspawn.
Disney and Lucasfilm’s Solo: A Star Wars Story, the only big release this Memorial Day weekend, managed to pull out $103 million, far below its $130 million projection. Overseas it added just $65 million for a $148.3 million three-day worldwide start.
British filmmaker Danny Boyle has been officially confirmed as the director of the next Daniel Craig-starring 007 installment. Craig will return as a British secret agent for a fifth time.
I really hope this ends up good. You can check out the press release below.
According to THR, James Mangold will write and direct a standalone Boba Fett movie, folks. Simon Kinberg will collaborate with Mangold on the spinoff film as a co-writer and producer.
One of the franchise’s most popular villains had surprisingly little screen time in the original trilogy, despite being a beloved character among Star Wars fans.
Annapurna Pictures has released the first trailer for Jacques Audiard’s upcoming dark western comedy The Sisters Brothers, starring John C. Reilly alongside Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Riz Ahmed.
Based on Patrick Dewitt’s 2011 novel of the same name, Audiard’s follow-up to Dheepan is about siblings who hunt down a gold prospector.
IFC Films has debuted the first official trailer for Paul Dano’s directorial debut, Wildlife. Written by Dano and Zoe Kazan, this family drama stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews and stirred up even more buzz at Cannes. It takes place in the 1960s and tells the story of a family falling apart.