Category Archives: Trailers

Armie Hammer Talks “Enthralled” Emotions of ‘Call Me By Your Name’

There are so many things to love about Call Me By Your Name, but at its root the film holds a universal truth and depth of feeling that is has been or will be shared by most people. During the press conference for the film, Armie Hammer discussed why the movie has left a deep impression on moviegoers.

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Review: ‘Bullet Head’ Is A Pit Bull Thriller With A Ton of Bite

I have no idea if writer/director Paul Solet’s decision to stuff Adrien Brody in a piano was a not so subtle homage to Roman Polanski’s The Pianist. I also wonder if Solet loved the wish fulfillment endings of Carlito’s Way or Point Blank, but that’s neither here nor there, as though Bullet Head offer a few cinematic call backs, it’s a movie that stands on its own feet – even if it begins with man’s best friend . . .

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‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ Hits Blu-Ray In January

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, which centers on Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston’s (Luke Evans) creation of Wonder Woman, hits Blu-ray and DVD January 30 via Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Details on the disc are found after the jump.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer, Featuring Thanos A** Kicking, Debuts

As much as I love watching all the superheroes and ancillary characters do their respective thing in the Marvel Universe, a few omelettes need to be broken, so it’s great to see Thanos (Josh Brolin) deliver bone-shattering punishment in the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer.

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Gal Gadot Sees ‘Wonder Woman’ As The “Glue” Of ‘Justice League’ Dynamic

With the monumental success of Wonder Woman and a sequel on the way, Gal Gadot will have much of her cinematic time devoted to the DC Comics universe for the immediate future. Her latest journey as Princess Diana comes with the November 17 release of Justice League, and check out the audio below as she discusses what makes Wonder Woman a special individual.

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Joe Cole Fights Through Thai Prison In ‘A Prayer Before Dawn’ Trailer

Secret In Their Eyes and Green Room are just two examples of how Joe Cole’s presence can absolutely command a scene (I still haven’t checked out his work in Peaky Blinders). The fact based feature A Prayer Before Dawn features Cole front and center, and the trailer was just released today. Check it out below!!

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Miles Teller Aims To Get It Right With ‘Thank You For Your Service’

Miles Teller (Bleed for This, upcoming Only The Brave) stars in Thank You For Your Service as Adam Schumann, a returning soldier from Iraq who, along with his fellow colleagues, finds it difficult readjusting to civilian life. The piece is adapted from Pulitzer Prize winning author David Finkel’s book of the same name, and in the audio below Teller explains why “accuracy” and “authenticity” were integral to Thank You For Your Service.

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Jon Bernthal & Christopher Abbott Face Off In ‘Sweet Virginia’ Trailer

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Christopher Abbott and Jon Bernthal in “Sweet Virginia.”
My most anticipated film this year isn’t a comic book flick or animated feature bankrolled by some big studio. Rather, I’m all about Sweet Virginia, and if you love thrillers that leaves a bigger jolt than your morning cup of Joe, this might do the trick.

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Review: ‘Blood Stripe’ (Kate Nowlin, Chris Sullivan)

 

One of this year’s most standout performances comes from an indie film that is pretty much under the radar, but you can catch Blood Stripe this weekend at Beverly Hills’ Laemmle Music Hall.

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Dierks Bentley Cherishes “Meaningful” Experience Of ‘Only The Brave’

Dierks Bentley’s new song “Hold The Light” is the featured song in the Only The Brave, and while working on the movie has been a “great process” the actual project has a deeper meaning for the musician.

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