papillon trailer

Charlie Hunman seems to be drawn to adventures of bearded European men traversing tropical climates in the early 20th century, but this time he’s taking Rami Malek along for the ride. The duo star in the Papillon trailer, a remake of the 1973 film based off the 1969 autobiography by French convict Henri Charrière.

However, this pair is stepping into some big shoes. Hunman will be donning the iconic butterfly chest tattoo first worn by Steve McQueen, while Malek will be putting on Dustin Hoffman‘s round glasses.

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the staircase trailer

It feels appropriate that the grandfather of true-crime series will be making its way to Netflix. The hub of acclaimed true-crime docuseries like Making a Murderer and Wild, Wild Country, the streaming service is now relaunching the classic true crime TV series The Staircase with all-new episodes.

The Staircase trailer combines the thrilling episodes that first aired on Canal+ and Sundance TV in 2004 with the brand-new episodes following a new trial granted to mystery novelist Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his second wife, Kathleen Peterson, in 2003.

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preacher season 3 teaser

The first teaser trailer for Preacher‘s third season promises an even stranger, even crazier outing for the AMC comic book show.

The Preacher season 3 teaser brings us back to the beginning — or at least, to Jesse Custer’s beginning. That’s right, Preacher is taking us off the road and into Angelville.

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Mowgli trailer

Andy Serkis is best known for his work in front of the camera in franchises like The Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes, but now Serkis is stepping behind the camera to direct his version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. This one’s called Mowgli, and it has a much more tactile feel to it than Jon Favreau’s largely CG Disney version from 2016. But will that be enough to convince audiences to see this film?
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Searching international trailer

Sony has released new international trailer for Searching, one of the year’s most innovative thrillers and easily one of the best films of 2018 so far. The movie unfolds entirely across computer and cell phone screens, but don’t be turned off if you saw 2014’s Unfriended and weren’t impressed – Searching takes the form to a whole new level and delivers a mysterious, compelling story that hooks you from the opening seconds and doesn’t let go.
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AXL trailer

The “boy and his dog” genre has proven to be a staple of cinema across the world, and I guess there are only so many of those kinds of movies you can make before you arrive at one inevitable conclusion: what if the dog was a robot? Strap in and check out the new AXL trailer below.
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Green Band Trailer

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising?

This week we take flight with Michael Jordan, are given less than a day to pay back a loan shark, daydream about making it big, mix business with pleasure, and watch a good old-fashioned shoot-’em-up. Read More »

Climax trailer

Provocateur director Gaspar Noé has built his career on scandalous movies like I Stand Alone, Enter the Void, Irreversible, and Love. Now he’s back with Climax, a trippy drama about a group of dancers who drink spiked sangria, and some critics are calling it his best movie yet. Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Mummy) leads the cast, and you can watch the first Climax trailer below. Read More »

whitney trailer

The all-too-short life of Whitney Houston is the subject of Whitney, a new documentary from Kevin Macdonald. Featuring never-before-seen archival footage and interviews with people closest to Houston, Macdonald’s film attempts to shed light not just on Houston’s career but also traumas from her childhood. Watch the Whitney trailer below.

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shock and awe trailer

In 2003, the Bush White House sold America on the Iraq War under the pretense that Iraq was harboring weapons of mass destruction. Not long after, we all learned that claim wasn’t true, but at the time, most journalists didn’t seem to realize the truth. Shock and Awe is about a two journalists who did. Watch the Shock and Awe trailer below.

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