It’s Friday, it’s finally spring, the birds are chirping, the weather’s finally warming up, and a new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 teaser is here to remind us that tickets go on sale todayyy! The movie finally hits theaters in May, and it looks like it’s going to be just as much fun as the first one.
Your high school world history teacher’s favorite impression is about to star in not one, but two movies coming out in 2017. The life and legacy of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is fascinating territory, and it’s no wonder that both Lionsgate and Universal have hopped on the opportunity. The latest trailer, for Lionsgate’s film starring Brain Cox as “our greatest Briton,” sees the harrowing weeks before D-Day, when American and British forces stormed the beaches of France in an attempt to win the war that had a 50/50 chance of actually working out.
If you’re a Transformers fan and you go see Beauty and the Beast this weekend, you’re in for a treat. If you don‘t go see Beauty and the Beast this weekend, you’re still in for a treat, because we have the new Transformers: The Last Knight trailer right here! Isabella Moner, who plays the new character Izabella in the movie, takes center stage in the new trailer, which is certainly a much less apocalyptic look at the movie than we’ve seen so far.
James Gray’s newest film The Lost City of Z has quietly become a hit with critics and Gray devotees ever since debuting at last year’s New York Film Festival. It’s about to hit theaters here, and its newest trailer, while the briefest look we’ve gotten of it so far, shows off the immense scope of what looks like a modern movie that dreams of being an Old Hollywood epic.
T2: Trainspotting is the surprise sequel that no one saw coming, but is welcome all the same. What have Mark, Spud, and the rest of the gang been up to for all these years? What kind of vibe will this movie have, now that they’ve all seemingly given up their drug-pushing ways and are committed to detoxing? According to all the trailers, this one no exception, four sober blokes can get up to just as much trouble now as they used to.
No, this is not a drill. Paramount shelving the new Friday the 13th so soon before production was supposed to begin came as a somewhat sudden disappointment, but, to paraphrase Julie Andrews, when Hollywood closes a door, somewhere they open a window. As it turns out, that window is a Halloween reboot, which already has a director, a screenwriter, a studio, a release date, and, quite possibly, a score from the horror master himself, John Carpenter.
When you’re a part of the biggest blockbuster franchise of the hour, what do you do on your time off? Well, if you’re Chris Evans, you set up a secret escape room and prank people into yelling “Hail Hydra!” in public places.
It seems depression is becoming a hotter topic for comedians these days, with many TV shows and movies out there to surprise us with how funny feeling miserable all the time can be. BoJack Horseman is billed as a comedy show but often it’s more of a drama, exploring all kinds of neuroses within its main characters while sidestepping completely happy endings for all of its season finales. Woody Harrelson’s Wilson seems to do much of the same, introducing us to a character who is just a complete mess and giving him an opportunity to try his best to sort his life out.
You tilted your head to the side and went, “Huh,” when you first heard about it. You said to yourself, “Oh yeah, I’d forgotten about that,” when you saw casting news about it. Now, you can see it for yourself — or, at least, two minutes and forty-two seconds of it: Dax Shepard’s CHiPs movie remake finally has its very first trailer.
Mermaids: pretty, kind half-human half-fish people who love to swim with little fish and sing and comb their hair with dinglehoppers, who just happen to also have a taste for human flesh. The Disneyfied version of Ariel tones that last aspect of their behavior way down, but in actual mermaid lore, the creatures get their sustenance by luring sailors overboard so they can feast on their flesh. The new film The Lure, debut of Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Smoczynska, made plenty of waves touring the festival circuit last year, and is about to make port in the U.S. with its first trailer.
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