‘Batman V Superman’ Trailer Gets Official Release Following Leak
Nearly 24 hours after the trailer for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice was leaked via a shaky cellphone camera recording, Warner Bros has kneeled before reality and released the teaser officially. The trailer for the film, starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill as DC’s contentious superheroes, originally was planned to be unveiled during a 15-minute long event in Imax theaters on Monday. The studio’s official release spoils that planned surprise.
Warner Bros and DC can… Read
The ‘Dope’ Full-Length Trailer Lives Up To Its Name
High top fades, punk rock and def raps are the order of the day in Dope, a major breakout at Sundance this year that, in the wake of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, couldn’t feel more timely. Now you can see for yourself as the film’s official full-length trailer has dropped.
Part coming of age story and part contemporary examination of the part of LA that spawned Gangsta Rap and G-funk, Dope follows a trio of nerdy South Los Angeles high school students obsessed… Read
Arnaud Desplechin’s ‘My Golden Years’ Lands In Directors’ Fortnight – Cannes
Cannes Film Festival watchers reacted with dismay yesterday at the exclusion of Arnaud Desplechin’s Trois Souvenirs De Ma Jeunesse from the Official Selection. But fans of the Jimmy P, Un Conte De Noël, and Rois Et Reine helmer can now take solace that his latest film will play in Directors’ Fortnight next month. Going by the English title My Golden Years, it’s set to screen on May 15.
Billed as an excruciating and glowing quest for time and lost loves, the drama stars… Read
Cheeky ‘Hand to God’ Playwright Teases With ‘Permission’ In Spanking New Trailer
EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the teaser that MCC Theater will use to promote Permission, the latest play from very-bad-boy writer Robert Askins, whose Hand To God just opened on Broadway to raves from everyone, including me, but not Rex Reed.
The new play is about spanking, and pairs Hangover star Justin Bartha with Elizabeth Reaser, who starred in the Twilight movies and the closing season of Mad Men. The slightly naughty trailer features the pair reading from actual blog posts… Read
‘Learning To Drive’ Trailer: Broad Green Officially Behind The Wheel
Here is the first asset from the new Broad Green Pictures, which just set its slate and now has this: a trailer for Isabel Coixet’s Learning To Drive, which premiered in September at the Toronto Film Festival and was runner-up to eventual Oscar Best Picture nominee The Imitation Game for the fest’s Audience Award.
Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson star in the pic, a coming-of-age comedy of sorts about Wendy, a Manhattan author whose husband has just left her for a… Read
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Second Teaser Trailer
The second teaser for Disney and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens dropped today during the opening of Star Wars Celebration Live, a four-day orgy of all things Jedi at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Just debuted at @SW_Celebration: a suspenseful new teaser for #TheForceAwakens. #SWCA
— Star Wars (@starwars) April 16, 2015
The teaser was revealed during the inaugural panel of Celebration, where director J.J. Abrams and producer Kathleen… Read
First Trailer For TBS’ ‘Clipped': ‘Cheers’ Meets ‘Barbershop’
Will and Grace and Boston Common creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan are back with a new sitcom for TBS. Clipped follows a group of former high school classmates from wildly different cliques who find themselves working together at a Boston (Charlestown, specifically) barbershop. Think plenty of social conflict and heavy, heavy Boston accents. Clipped stars Ashley Tisdale, Mike Castle, Matt Cook, Lauren Lapkus, Ryan Pinkston, Diona Reasonover, and Cheers alum George… Read
‘Love & Mercy’ Trailer: The Beautiful, Agonizing Life And Times Of Brian Wilson
Once you know the story,” the Love & Mercy trailer tells us, “you’ll never hear the music in quite the same way.” Nicely put. The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson comes to the big screen in all his messed-up glory in Love & Mercy, with the flawed genius played in early years by Paul Dano and later by John Cusack. The pic follows Wilson from the group’s rise in sunny SoCal through the darkness of his burgeoning mental illness. As their popularity soared — making magic in the… Read
‘The Birth Of Sake’ Trailer: A Tradition 2,000 Years In The Making – Tribeca
EXCLUSIVE: The media always talks about the recent Golden Age of Television. Well, how about the Golden Age of Food In Film and TV? If you’re a food connoisseur, it’s a great time for food on the screen, and we’re not just talking about what’s on the Food Network and The Cooking Channel.
SXSW saw the world premiere of the feature adaptation of chef Anthony Bourdain’s restaurant noir novel Bone In The Throat. On April 26, Netflix debuts Jiro Dreams Of Sushi filmmaker David… Read
‘Dirty Weekend’ Trailer: Neil LaBute’s Latest Hits Tribeca
Neil LaBute’s latest feature film teams him with fellow Broadway regular Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve in Dirty Weekend, the indie comedy world premiering Sunday in the Feature Narrative lineup at the Tribeca Film Festival. In the pic, set in Albuquerque, work colleagues Les and Natalie discover more about each other than they ever thought possible. Anxious and irritable, Les is drawn back into the city by past experiences he can't forget (even if he doesn’t really… Read
‘Terminator: Genisys’ Trailer: Arnold & Company Party Like It’s 1984
“I’ll be back.” When Arnold Schwarzenegger delivered that iconic line in the first Terminator movie during the Reagan years, little did he know it would mean in 2015. But here we are with the second trailer for Paramount and Skydance’s summer tentpole Terminator: Genisys, with the first having hit the field during the Super Bowl. The machines have sent a Terminator back in time to before the war to kill Sarah Connor (if you don’t know who she is, we’re surprised you’re… Read
‘Ant-Man’ Trailer: How Does It Size Up?
Marvel and Disney have had the golden touch with their tentpole comic collaborations — of course the Avengers and Captain America films but also properties a bit lesser-known to the superhero-uninitiated such as Iron Man and Guardians of the Galaxy. Those seemed to turn out OK. When Ant-Man was announced, it might have been the least-known of the bunch so far.
After dropping a teaser during last night’s MTV Movie Awards, Disney unveiled the full trailer this morning, with… Read