Monthly Archives: August 2018
Ahead of the Venice Film Festival premiere this weekend, Netflix has released the first trailer for Orson Welles’ last picture, titled The Other Side of the Wind, the long-in-the-works Hollywood epic starring John Huston, Peter Bogdanovich, Oja Kodar, Robert Random and Susan Strasberg.
20th Century Fox has released the all-new trailer and poster for Drew Goddard’s stylish thriller Bad Times at the El Royale.
Set in the late 1960s, this darkly comic film stars Chris Hemsworth (who previously worked with Goddard on The Cabin in the Woods) alongside Jon Hamm, Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson, and Cynthia Erivo,
Vitagraph Films has dropped the first trailer for Alonso Ruizpalacios’ Museo, starring Gael García Bernal as one of the “masterminds” behind the most infamous cultural artifact heist in Mexican history.
Co-starring Leonardo Ortizgris, the film won the Silver Bear award for Best Screenplay, and next heads to the Toronto Festival before hitting select US theaters on September 14th.
Crazy Rich Asians repeated as champ with $25 million, a drop-off of just 6% from its first weekend of release. Warner Bros.’ rom-com easily fended off STX Films’ Melissa McCarthy raunchy comedy The Happytime Murders, which opened in third place with a lackluster $10 million, the worst in McCarthy’s career.
Ahead of the premiere, Netflix has released the first trailer for Nicole Holofcener’s indie drama The Land of Steady Habits.
The film stars Ben Mendelsohn as a fifty-something Wall Streeter who decides to change up his life only to discover that he spends his days feeling lost and disappointed.
Amazon Studios has revealed the creepy new trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, a new take on Dario Argento’s classic 1977 horror movie.
Dakota Johnson stars as hopeful young American dancer who unwittingly finds herself in the midst of a “suspicious” coven of witches at a prestigious academy abroad.
James Bond producers along with star Daniel Craig made the announcement Tuesday that Danny Boyle is no longer directing Bond 25.
“Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli and Daniel Craig today announced that due to creative differences Danny Boyle has decided to no longer direct Bond 25,” the official 007 Twitter account tweeted.