Neon has released a brand new trailer for director Nacho Vigalondo‘s monster movie Colossal, starring Anne Hathaway as a young socialite who drinks, f*cks around, and controls a giant Kauiju terrorizing South Korea.
Also starring Dan Stevens, Jason Sudeikis, Austin Stowell and Tim Blake Nelson, the film premiered to positive reviews at least year’s Toronto International Film Festival and will open in theaters on April 7.
New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. have released the first trailer for this summer’s comedy The House starring “Saturday Night Live” veterans Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler.
“You wanna make money like Vegas, you gotta look like Vegas,” their buddy (played by Jason Mantzoukas) says in the footage.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Hacksaw Ridge helmer Mel Gibson is in talks to enter the DC Films Universe for Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad sequel. Variety reports that the studio is still eyeing other filmmakers including Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland), Daniel Espinosa (Safe House) and Jonathan Levine (Warm Bodies).
IFC Midnight has released the first trailer for Sean Byrne’s heavy metal horror film The Devil’s Candy, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015.
Tasmanian director’s follow-up to The Loved Ones is a creepy satanic possession tale about a struggling painter who moves into a home in Texas only to discover that the place is haunted.
After being dormant for a few years, The Raid remake is no longer dead. Actor Frank Grillo and director Joe Carnahan announced they are boarding their version of Gareth Evans’ Indonesian action sensation for Hollywood.
The original production company, XYZ Films, dropped a teaser video online today showing Carnahan alongside Grillo watching The Raid and discussing a potential adaptation. Check it out below.
CBS Films has released the first trailer for Demetri Martin‘s comedic drama Dean, the winner of Tribeca Film Festival’s Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature last year.
Familiar as a stand-up performer, Martin performs triple threat duties in his sweet directorial debut, with writing, directing, and starring credits. He plays a young professional illustrator coping with the recent death of his mother as he attempts to launch a career and re-connect with his father.
The Defy Media-owned channel has finally completed its take on the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy with 2005’s Batman Begins getting the treatment in their latest Honest Trailer.
The video comments on topics such as the multiple criminal acts that the Caped Crusader commits in the supposed name of justice, the ridiculous nature of Ra’s al Ghul (Liam Neeson) and the Scarecrow (Cillian Murphy) characters despite the “realistic” tone of the film, and the big funny lines that also clashed with other parts of the grim and gritty take on Bruce Wayne’s origin.