‘Premature’ Trailer: Rashaad Ernesto Green’s Luminous New York-Set Romance

As the Sundance Film Festival kicks into high gear, one of last year’s breakout films is finally poised to reach winder audiences. A New York-set love story that introduced a fresh-faced talent in poet and actress Zora Howard, who also co-wrote the screenplay, “Premature” is the second feature film from “Gun Hill Road” director Rashaad

Things We Saw Today: The Star Wars: The Clone Wars Final Season Trailer is HERE!

Did you think we could really be “done” with Star Wars? Ha! Never. Before we’re even done savoring The Mandalorian and with the corpse of the Skywalker saga barely cold down in the chasm into which it fell (too dark?), we’re back with the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And wow—it looks

Norse Mythology Meets Teen Fantasy in Netflix’s Ragnarok Trailer

Netflix has released the first full trailer for their upcoming teen supernatural series Ragnarok. And no, we’re not talking about that Ragnarok. This new series hails from Norway and is the brainchild of Scandinavian creator Adam Price (Borgen). The synopsis for Ragnarok reads: “The story revolves around the inhabitants of Edda, who are perhaps not

‘Birds of Prey’ Official Trailer: Margot Robbie’s Comic Book Extravaganza Is the Anti-‘Joker’

Margot Robbie made her debut as Harley Quinn in David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad,” one of the worst reviewed comic book movies of the last decade. Despite the critical bashing, most people agreed that Robbie’s spontaneous energy as Harley was the only saving grace of the film. Fortunately, that energy is front and center in the

‘Hunters’ Trailer: Al Pacino Tracks Escaped Nazis in Jordan Peele Exec Produced Amazon Series

The year is 1977 and the place is New York City, so you know what that means… Well, in the case of Amazon’s highly-anticipated conspiracy thriller “Hunters,” that means it’s time to go Nazi hunting. Amazon has released the official trailer for the Jordan Peele executive-produced “Hunters.” Inspired by true events and starring Al Pacino

Things We Saw Today: Final Trailer for Steven Moffat’s Dracula Has Us Asking, “Who Is This For?”

Sorry if I’m feeling a little bi-homicidal about this Dracula miniseries trailer, but watching it just made me feel confused. Who is this Dracula for? We’ve had so many adaptations of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale that I fail to see why we need one without something boldly new to say. The tagline for the upcoming

A Quiet Place Part II Trailer Delivers 2020’s First Thirst Trap in Bearded Cillian Murphy

SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses the full plot of A Quiet Place. The first trailer has dropped for the highly anticipated sequel to 2018’s horror hit A Quiet Place, aptly titled A Quiet Place Part II. And while the trailer has plenty to enjoy, fans have seized upon the appearance of new cast member Cillian

‘The Climb’ Trailer: Cannes Breakout Kicks the Buddy Comedy Into a Hilarious New Gear — Exclusive

When Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin premiered their short film “The Climb” at Sundance in 2017, the real-life best friends got some very witty results from smart premise. The short clocked in at just seven minutes, a perfect amount of time to explore tight formal constraints — the filmmakers cast themselves as the short’s

Tenet trailer unlocks Christopher Nolan's ambitious epic

Christopher Nolan’s films have become such an event that even the teasers and trailers are treated with the same excitement as an actual premiere. The secrecy around his latest project, Tenet, is so great that the first teaser—which debuted in theaters over the summer—was never officially released online. All of which… Read more… Source link

‘Little America’ Trailer: ‘Little’ But Profound American Immigrant Stories on Apple TV+

Apple TV + has unveiled the trailer for “Little America,” its upcoming anthology series. Each half-hour episode will focus on the true experiences of immigrants that were featured in Epic Magazine, with a focus on the “little” but profound stories that other Americans don’t typically have the opportunities to read about in the media. “Little