the things they carried cast

The Rupert Sanders adaptation of Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam War collection The Things They Carried has drafted an impressive cast. Tye Sheridan, Tom Hardy, Stephan James, Bill Skarsgard, Pete Davidson, Ashton Sanders, Martin Sensmeier, Moises Arias, and Angus Cloud will star in the film, which follows the story of the men of Alpha Company during the Vietnam War.

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nine days trailer

What if Pixar’s Soul was an existential arthouse drama? That sounds like the premise for Nine Days, the Sundance darling by first-time director Edson Oda which won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award in the Dramatic section at the Park City film festival. Winston Duke stars in Nine Days as a guide for unborn souls before they make their way into the human world. Watch the Nine Days trailer below.
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the devil all the time review

Sprawling and brutal, The Devil All the Time is not for the impatient or the squeamish. Adapted rather faithfully from Donald Ray Pollock’s novel of the same name, Antonio Campos‘ star-studded Southern gothic tracks a group of sinners through time as they all mill about the unincorporated area known as Knockemstiff, Ohio, leaving a trail of death, sorrow, and regret in their wake. It can be an overwhelmingly bleak film, but there’s a glimmer of hope shining through all that darkness – the hope of escaping the insane world you find yourself stuck in.

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the devil all the time first look

Cast Tom Holland in a movie and you’ve got half the internet quaking in their boots. Put him in a movie with Robert Pattinson, and well, you’re done for. The two British heartthrobs are putting on Ohio accents to star in The Devil All the TimeAntonio Campos‘ Midwestern Gothic drama set to his Netflix this September. The first images from The Devil All the Time have been released, giving us a glimpse at what it will be like for Holland and Pattinson to share a screen (though they don’t actually share an image in these first look pictures).

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the devil all the time release

Netflix’s star-studded adaptation of the Southern Gothic novel The Devil All the Time now has a release date, and a full cast list to boot. The Antonio Campos-directed flick features Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Riley Keough, and more, telling a non-linear storyline focused on a group of severely damaged people drifting in and out of each other’s harsh lives. It’s bound to get a lot of attention this year.

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the northman

The Witch and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers is already gearing up for his next project. Eggers will helm The Northman, a Viking drama that will star Alexander Skarsgard, with Nicole Kidman, Anya Taylor-Joy, Bill Skarsgard, and Willem Dafoe all in talks to join the cast. The movie is described as a “grounded” revenge story, which means it probably won’t have the supernatural elements prevalent in Eggers’ first two films – but will still end up being disturbing, since that seems to be what Eggers gravitates towards.

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it chapter 3

With the release of It Chapter Two, director Andrés Muschietti brings to a close the saga of Stephen King’s 1,000-page horror novel. But could there be room for a third It movie outside of Muschietti’s two 2-plus hour movies? Star Bill Skarsgård thinks so. The Pennywise actor said that he is willing to don the clown costume again for an It Chapter 3, if the studio were to sign off on it, and he has a pretty “interesting” idea for how it all could go down.

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Villains trailer

A young couple (It‘s Bill Skarsgärd and It Follows‘ Maika Monroe) robs a gas station and scores enough cash to start a new life in Florida, but wouldn’t you know it: their getaway car runs out of gas. When they break into a fancy house looking for another vehicle to take them the rest of the way, they end up stumbling on much more than they bargained for in the new thriller Villains.

Check out the latest trailer below, and read some excerpts from our review of the film from this year’s South By Southwest Film Festival.
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gilded rage

After he gets done trying to kill the Losers’ Club as Pennywise in It Chapter Two, Bill Skarsgard is going to set his sights on another victim in Gilded Rage. The true crime movie comes from The One I Love director Charlie McDowell, and tells the true story of the death of hedge-fund manager Thomas Gilbert Sr. Gilbert’s death was originally ruled a suicide before an investigation ruled it murder. Gilbert’s son Thomas Gilbert Jr. – the part Skarsgard will play – was arrested for the crime. More on Gilded Rage below.

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it chapter two trailer breakdown

The Losers’ Club is back, and so is Pennywise the Clown in It Chapter Two. The long-awaited trailer for the horror sequel just arrived, and it does not disappoint. Rather than a traditional trailer, we get an extended (although clearly trimmed-down) scene, followed by a few quick, exciting, creepy shots. The marketing department doesn’t have to give away too much – they know the hype is real, and that audiences will happily return to the haunted town of Derry, Maine. Still, there’s plenty to latch onto here, and that’s where our It Chapter Two trailer breakdown comes in handy.

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