This trailer made the rounds hours ago which is a lifetime by internet standards, but this appears to be an official (and advertisement free) version that isn’t going to get torn down. Enjoy!


Even if it wasn’t perfect top to bottom, I liked Stephen Frears’ last flick Tamara Drewe better than, well just about everyone so I’m looking forward to Lay the Favorite. The trailer seems breezy and funny if a bit inconsequential. It’s nice to see Hall sexed up a little especially after her frumpy (but terrific) (read…)

I guess if I’d seriously sat down to imagine what a Baz Luhrmann Gatsby would look like, it would look a lot like this. I just haven’t decided if that’s a good thing or bad. via: Apple

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Jonathan Demme’s third collaboration with Neil Young opens June 29th.

via Apple: “Los Angeles, 1949. Ruthless, Brooklyn-born mob king Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) runs the show in this town, reaping the ill-gotten gains from the drugs, the guns, the prostitutes and–if he has his way–every wire bet placed west of Chicago. And he does it all with the protection of not only his own paid (read…)

Starring Matthew McConaughey, Emile Hirsch, Juno Temple, Gina Gershon and Thomas Haden Church.

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that the Aerosmith song is for the trailer only and that’s a good thing. “If I’m doing a fake movie, it’s gonna be a fake hit.” Argo opens October 12.

The official Fox Searchlight synopsis: “Greta Gerwig plays Lola, a 29-year-old woman dumped by her longtime boyfriend Luke (Joel Kinnaman) just three weeks before their wedding. With the help of her close friends Henry (Hamish Linklater) and Alice (Zoe Lister-Jones), Lola embarks on a series of desperate encounters in an attempt to find her place (read…)

All I can think of watching this trailer is how I don’t want to hear Seth Rogen laughing again. Ever.

Opens in Italy on April 20th and in the US on June 22.

Ok, you can pretty much stow any and all worries you may have had about Robert Pattinson in David Cronenberg’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis. This very much looks to be something of a return to an earlier tone from Cronenberg. Consider my skepticism erased. via: Your good pals at Twitch

“Chernobyl Diaries is an original story from Oren Peli, who first terrified audiences with his groundbreaking thriller, “Paranormal Activity.” The film follows a group of six young tourists who, looking to go off the beaten path, hire an “extreme tour” guide. Ignoring warnings, he takes them into the city of Pripyat, the former home to (read…)

Also, check out a 5-minute preview after the jump.

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As the man says, they can’t all be winners. Oy. “In the year 1752, Joshua and Naomi Collins, with young son Barnabas, set sail from Liverpool, England to start a new life in America. But even an ocean was not enough to escape the mysterious curse that has plagued their family. Two decades pass and (read…)

No US release date yet, but the film opens in the UK in September. via: Playlist

I’ve tried to be optimistic about this thing… Ok, no. That’s a total lie. I’ve pretty much been skeptical from the word go and I haven’t seen or heard anything to convince me I’m wrong up to and including the newest trailer. Men in Black III opens May 25th.

Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie"

Tim Burton’s work since 1994’s Ed Wood has been quite a let down, to say the least. While I actually liked Charlie and The Chocolate Factory better than most people, it’s gotten to a point where a new Tim Burton film inspires skepticism rather than enthusiasm. He’s become locked into his brand so that even (read…)

Poster: Richard Linklater's "Bernie"

“In the tiny, rural town of Carthage, TX, assistant funeral director Bernie Tiede was one of the town’s most beloved residents. He taught Sunday school, sang in the church choir and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Everyone loved and appreciated Bernie, so it came as no surprise when he befriended Marjorie Nugent, (read…)

Love him or hate him, Whit Stillman is back 14 years after competing his comic trilogy about the upper classes (Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco). Damsels in Distress debuted to positive notices at Venice and Toronto. It opens on April 6.

Poster: The Bourne Legacy

As if to prove the theory that a successful franchise can never really die, The Bourne Legacy keeps trucking without star Matt Damon, the character he played or the  director of the most recent two films in the series Paul Greengrass. It makes a lot of sense really. I mean, how many people really turned (read…)


“THE HUNTER is the story of Martin, a skilled and ruthless mercenary sent into the Tasmanian wilderness on a hunt for a tiger believed to be extinct. Hired by an anonymous company that wants the tiger’s genetic material, Martin arrives in Tasmania posing as a scientist. He proceeds to set up base camp at a (read…)

Right around the time you were getting tired of the overuse of the orange/blue complimentary color scheme in movie posters, some dope had they bright idea: “Hey, let’s make a whole movie in orange and blue!” et voila: Lockout. Sadly, the chief effect is to emphasize that the movie itself looks about as cliched and (read…)

Poster: Adrien Brody in Detachment

Tony Kaye, the Grammy Award-winning music video director, made his feature directorial debut with American History X way back in 1998. He later disowned the film however, reportedly over a dispute with his star Edward Norton who is rumored to have recut the film. Since then… not much from Mr. Tony Kaye except the 2006 (read…)

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