Monthly Archives: September 2018
Paramount has released the full-length, official trailer for its Bumblebee, the first live-action Transformers movie not to be directed by Michael Bay.
Set in the 1980s, the new spin-off movie focuses on the heroic Bee and his friendship with a teenage girl named Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld) as he undertakes a secret mission to earth on Optimus Prime’s orders.
Annapurna Pictures has released the final official trailer for Jacques Audiard’s English-language debut, The Sisters Brothers, and it focuses on the old west adventures of two brothers – Eli and Charlie Sisters – who are hired to kill a prospector who has stolen from their boss.
Eon Productions and MGM have brought on Cary Joji Fukunaga to direct the next James Bond movie. The Emmy-winning director was announced Thursday as the new replacement for Danny Boyle to helm Daniel Craig‘s swan song in the role of 007.
Entertainment Studios has dropped the new trailer for Replicas, the Keanu Reeves sci-fi film directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff which was taken off the release schedule.
Also starring Alice Eve, Emily Alyn Lind, Thomas Middleditch, John Ortiz, and Emjay Anthony, the film is reportedly set to hit theaters in Lithuania and Netherlands later this year although the US release date has not yet been announced.
Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Pictures have released the first official trailer for Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie Captain Marvel, starring Oscar-winner Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, a.k.a Captain Marvel, an Air Force pilot with super powers and Jude Law rumored as the hero Mar-Vell.
Entertainment One has released the first trailer for the upcoming biopic Stan & Ollie which stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly as the titular comedy duo, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Nina Arianda and Shirley Henderson play their wives Lucille and Ida.
Disney has finally released the first official trailer for director Rob Marshall’s Mary Poppins Returns with British actress Emily Blunt taking over Julie Andrews’ iconic role as P.L. Travers’ quintessential English nanny character.
The supercallifragilisticexpialidocious sequel to the 1964 masterpiece re-introduces the Banks family’s children, Jane and Michael (Emily Mortimer and Ben Whishaw), now all grown up and with kids of their own.