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.
20th Century Fox‘s The Predator debuted with an estimated $24 million in ticket sales this weekend. Directed by Shane Black, the latest entry in the action-packed film series about extraterrestrial big-game hunters currently sits with a weak C+ CinemaScore.
Netflix has released the first trailer for Private Life, the Tamara Jenkins comedy-drama starring Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn as a struggling New York couple.
Molly Shannon, Denis O’Hare, and John Carroll Lynch co-star in Jenkins’ long-awaited third feature.
Netflix has debuted the first trailer for The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coen Brothers’ Western anthology film featuring six stories, originally commissioned as a six-part TV series.
Starring James Franco, Liam Neeson, Tim Blake Nelson, Zoe Kazan, Tom Waits and Tyne Daly, the film picked up the Best Screenpaly award at the Venice Film Festival this past weekend and will play at the forthcoming New York Film Festival before a November release.
Alfonso Cuaron’s deeply personal B&W drama Roma has taken home the Golden Lion at the 2018 Venice Film Festival yesterday, bringing Netflix its first major festival victory.
The jury prize went to Yorgos Lanthimos’ darkly comic period piece The Favourite; Olivia Colman won best actress for her role as England’s Queen Anne.
Neon has released the first official red-band trailer for Harmony Korine’s subversive new comedy The Beach Bum, which stars Matthew McConaughey as Moondog, a man who lives life large with some hilarious and not so hilarious results.
“I need to protect my family.” Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have revealed the grisly new trailer for Halloween, David Gordon Green’s upcoming quasi-sequel to John Carpenter’s horror classic.
Set to premiere at this weekend’s TIFF, the film finds Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) who comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers (Nick Castle, who also starred in the original 1978 film).