Sorry to Bother You trailer

You may think you’re ready to see Boots Riley‘s sensational Sorry to Bother You. But I assure you, you are not ready for some of the bizarre ideas and off-the-wall imagery this film has in store for you. Annapurna Pictures wisely scooped up Riley’s much-discussed debut movie after it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and now they’ve released the first Sorry to Bother You trailer. Strap in, because things are about to get weird. Read More »

atlanta season 2 trailer

We finally have the first full trailer for Atlanta season 2. And it only gives us a little more information than the surreal, moody teasers that the acclaimed FX comedy has been dropping on us for the past few months.

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Sorry to Bother You review

Writer/director Boots Riley has dropped a bomb on Sundance with Sorry To Bother You, a searing social satire and the most eccentric directorial debut in years. Mark it down now: no other movie in 2018 will come close to this one in terms of balancing far-out weirdness with a compelling, meaningful story. Riley has plenty to say (maybe a little too much, in fact), and his outstanding cast of Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, and more ground this startling, mind-bending story that’s overflowing with WTF moments. Read More »

atlanta season 2 teaser

Donald Glover is continuing the pattern of releasing enigmatic, moody teasers for the second season of his hit FX show Atlanta, otherwise known as the Atlanta Robbin’ Season.

The teasers remain as cryptic about the plot as the creators are, with Glover describing the season as an examination of the time of year between Christmas and New Years when people have packages stolen from their front steps.

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Atlanta Season 2 trailer

An enigmatic new teaser trailer for Atlanta season 2 just dropped to hold you over until the show’s return. Donald Glover’s hit FX series returns in March, and while this Atlanta season 2 trailer is short on much footage, its big on atmosphere, hinting at yet another captivating season. In addition to that, Atlanta season 2 now has a new subtitle: Robbin’ Season.

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The Crown star Claire Foy is already locked down in the lead role of hacker Lisbeth Salander, and Swedish actor Sverrir Gudnason is playing her journalist companion Mikael Blomkvist. Now the film has landed Get Out and Death Note star Lakeith Stanfield in a key role, and Blade Runner 2049 co-star Sylvia Hoeks as well. Read More »

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So we put our brains together and came up with 14 names. These are not the actors that we think would actually be cast as a young Joker. Instead, these are the actors we’d like to see cast as a young Joker. After all, if they’re going to make this movie, they might as well cast someone interesting in the lead.

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First meetings between nemeses are often the watershed moment upon which whole movies hang: Batman and the Joker, Hannibal and Clarice — the list goes on. Could the meeting of Light, the vigilante protagonist of Netflix’s adaptation of the popular anime Death Note, and L, the idiosyncratic detective hunting him, live up to those expectations?

It’s too soon to say. But Netflix has handily released a clip of the two foes’ first meeting in anticipation for Adam Wingard‘s film’s premiere this later month.

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Former Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams has had bit parts in movies like Delivery Man and Hot Tub Time Machine 2, but she made a big splash earlier this year when she headlined an indie dramedy called The Incredible Jessica James that played at the Sundance Film Festival. Netflix picked up the movie, and now the streaming service has dropped an energetic new trailer that showcases Williams’ eye-catching performance.
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