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‘An American Pickle’ Trailer: Seth Rogen and Seth Rogen Star in a Film About a Man Who Was Pickled for 100 Years

Right about now, we could all use a movie where Seth Rogen falls into a vat of pickles and is brined for 100 years. Thankfully, that movie exists, and it’s called An American Pickle. Rogen pulls double-duty here, playing the man pickled and also the pickled fellow’s great-grandson. Originally meant to be a theatrical release, An American Pickle is now headed to HBO Max, and you can check out the first trailer below. An American Pickle Trailer When I first heard the premise of An America...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, America, Brooklyn, Seth-Rogen, Movie Trailers, Rogen, Simon Rich, Herschel, Pickle, Brandon Trost, Herschel Greenbaum, Ben Greenbaum, HBO Max, An American Pickle, American Pickle

‘The Current Occupant’ Trailer: The Latest ‘Into the Dark’ Installment Uncovers a Political Conspiracy

Into the Dark is a great idea – a year-long series of horror films, released monthly, with each installment focusing on a different holiday. What could go wrong? Well, as it turns out, lots of things, because the majority of the Into the Dark installments have been disappointing. But the trailer for the latest – The Current Occupant – looks incredibly promising, so fingers crossed the series got one right this time. See for yourself by watching the trailer below. The Current Occupant Traile...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Washington, United States, Homeland Security, Movie Trailers, Jeh Johnson, Hulu, David Petraeus, Ramsay, Alston Ramsay, Into the Dark, The Current Occupant, Joshua Burge Julius Ramsay

‘The Old Guard’ Trailer: Immortality Can Be a Pain for Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron leading a team of mercenaries who all have the ability to heal quickly when injured, essentially granting them immortality? Nothing sounds better — or cooler. But the latest The Old Guard trailer is here to show the downsides of immortality. Watch the new The Old Guard trailer below. The Old Guard Trailer Immortality sounds like fun and games, but it can be a real pain, according to Theron’s immortal warrior Andy. The leader of a team of mercenaries with extraordinary ab...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Cia, Movie Trailers, Nile, Matthias Schoenaerts, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Andy, Charlize-Theron, Aladdin, Gina Prince Bythewood, Layne, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Harry Melling, Leandro Fernandez

‘The Tax Collector’ Trailer: Director David Ayer Returns to the Crime-Thriller Genre

David Ayer, director of Suicide Squad, Fury, and writer of Training Day, returns to the world of the crime thriller with The Tax Collector. This looks like Ayer treading familiar ground, and bringing his Fury actor Shia LaBeouf along for the ride. LaBeouf plays a “tax collector” in the criminal underworld, and he and his partner (Bobby Soto) are soon caught up in something dangerous. The Tax Collector Trailer David Ayer is at it again with The Tax Collector, another crime thriller/drama...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, Los Angeles, David, Thriller, Movie Trailers, David Ayer, Ayer, George Lopez, Action/Adventure, Wizard, Shia-LaBeouf, Tax Collector, Bobby Soto, The Tax Collector, Suicide Squad Fury

‘Born to Play’ Trailer: ESPN Debuts Documentary About Women’s Tackle Football Team

The Boston Renegades were born to play. The women’s tackle football team is the subject of the latest ESPN documentary, Born to Play, which follows the athletes throughout their 2018 season as they tried to capture the WFA national championship. Watch the Born to Play trailer below. Born to Play Trailer “Being on the field just makes me feel alive. I feel that’s where I’m supposed to be.” ESPN’s latest documentary, Born to Play, delves into the little-known world of women’s tackle footb...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Football, Michael Jordan, Espn, Movie Trailers, Bruce Lee, Lance Armstrong, Lieberman, WFA, BORN TO PLAY, Viridiana Lieberman, Boston Renegades, Variety Football

‘Amulet’ Trailer: You Might Want to Think Twice Before Moving Into This House

If you badly needed a place to stay, and someone offered you refuge in their crumbling, spooky home, would you say yes? I would, because I love spooky, crumbling stuff, but the idea might send up more than a few red flags for others. But that’s just the situation that the main character of Amulet finds himself in, and since this is a horror movie, things don’t go so well. Watch the Amulet trailer below. Amulet Trailer  Amulet was one of the films I caught at Sundance, and…I didn’t love ...
Tags: Horror, Movie Trailers, Amulet

‘Metamorphosis’ Trailer: A Fresh Take on Demonic Possession

The latest Shudder original looks like a fresh twist on the somewhat played-out demonic possession story. Ever since The Exorcist became a blockbuster in 1973, movies about demonic possession have been a dime a dozen, and more often than not, they’re all borrowing heavily from William Friedkin’s horror masterpiece. So whenever something in the same sub-genre that looks different comes along, it’s worth taking note. And that brings us to Metamorphosis. Metamorphosis Trailer  In Metamorph...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Movie Trailers, William Friedkin, Joong Su, Bae Sung Woo Sung Dong Il, Jang Young Nam, Hong Seon Kim You

‘Boys State’ Trailer: This Sundance Hit is a Microcosm of U.S. Politics

Boys State, the new documentary from directors Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss (The Overnighters), was one of the most talked-about films from this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It won the Grand Jury Prize for documentary filmmaking, and ended up being acquired by A24 and AppleTV+ for $12 million – the biggest acquisition for any documentary in the festival’s entire history. Now the first trailer has arrived, and you can see what all the hype is about. Boys State Trailer Our 10/10 review ...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Documentary, Reagan, Movie Trailers, Political, Steven, Moss, Sundance, Ben, Jesse Moss, Appletv, McBaine, Boys State, Amanda McBaine, Sundance Film Festival Boys State

‘Gamemaster’ Trailer: A Documentary Love Letter to Tabletop Games

It’s never been a better time to be a tabletop game nerd. Attractive celebrities are obsessed with Dungeons & Dragons, Kickstarters for quirky board games raise millions of dollars, and documentaries are being made about the passionate community behind the board game industry. Concourse Media is making a board game documentary called Gamemaster, and they have released a trailer for the documentary directed by Charles Mruz. Watch the Gamemaster trailer below. Gamemaster Trailer From the ...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Kickstarter, Movie Trailers, Klaus Teuber, Concourse Media, Gamemaster, Catan Matt Leacock Pandemic, Charles Mruz Watch the Gamemaster, Jennifer Tocquigny, Elan Lee Exploding Kittens, Charles Mruz

New ‘Candyman’ Teaser Puts the Social Commentary Behind This Horror Icon at the Forefront

Candyman is coming back. Universal has released a teaser spotlighting Nia DaCosta‘s new take on the classic horror tale, which is due out in September. The new Candyman teaser re-introduces the Candyman origin story by embedding it in the stories of Black persecution and pain. Watch the Candyman teaser below. Candyman Teaser “Candyman ain’t a he. Candyman is the whole damn hive. A story like that, pain like that last forever,” a man tells Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s artist who is investigat...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Horror, Chicago, Universal, Movie Trailers, Black Lives Matter, Anthony, Candyman, Cabrini Green, Cabrini, DaCosta, Colman Domingo, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Nia DaCosta, Anthony McCoy Yahya Abdul Mateen II

‘Respect’ Trailer: Jennifer Hudson Has What You Want as Aretha Franklin

What you want in an Oscar contender, baby, Jennifer Hudson‘s got it. The Dreamgirls Oscar winner is gunning for her second trophy with Respect, an upcoming biopic about Aretha Franklin in which Hudson will play the Queen of Soul and sing her legendary songs. Watch the Respect trailer below. Respect Trailer “You do talk don’t ya, not just sing?” Marc Maron’s producer says to Hudson’s Aretha Franklin, in what could be a cheeky nod to the marketing for Respect, which has relied heavily on ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Aretha Franklin, Respect, Movie Trailers, Musical, MGM, True Story, Hudson, Jennifer-Hudson, Franklin, Cynthia Erivo, Marc Maron, Tracey Scott Wilson, Mary J Blige Liesl Tommy, Walking Dead Jessica Jones Queen Sugar

New ‘Hamilton’ Trailer and Clip: Disney+ Brings You into The Room Where It Happens

Before the Independence Day holiday weekend begins, Disney+ will kick off the patriotic celebrations with the debut of their live recording of the Broadway hit Hamilton. Created by and starring Lin-Manuel Miranda, the hip-hop musical tells the story of historical figure Alexander Hamilton, including his interactions with the likes of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and of course, Aaron Burr. A new Hamilton trailer and clip have arrived to tease the musical’s arrival on Disney+ this week, i...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Stage, Broadway, Movie Trailers, Musical, Hamilton, Video Clips, Lin Manuel Miranda, Alexander Hamilton, Daveed Diggs, Aaron Burr, Leslie Odom Jr, George Washington Thomas Jefferson, Disney/Pixar

New ‘Soul’ Teaser Shows Off Stunning Animation and a Wonderful Soundtrack

Pixar Animation’s new film Soul was intended to be released earlier this month, but the coronavirus put a stop to that. But now the movie is slated to arrive in November, and even though that’s a long way off, Pixar wanted to show off a little more of the movie while we wait. A new Soul teaser was revealed during a virtual panel at the Essence Festival of Culture, and not only does it have plenty of new footage from the movie with some truly stunning animation, but it also features the original...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Soul, Animation, Tina-Fey, Jamie-Foxx, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Joe, Pete-Docter, Jon Batiste, Kemp Powers, Pixar Animation, Batiste, Cody ChesnuTT, Johnnetta Cole

This Week In Trailers: The Booksellers, Sweat, Lost Bullet, Southern Survival, All I Can Say

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we read a book, hit the like button on what’s left of our dignity, go on a vehicular adventure, hang out with a bunch of survivalist...
Tags: Europe, Movies, This Week In Trailers, Greenland, Shirley, Movie Trailers, Bangkok, Chicago Cubs, Sweat, Wrigley Field, John Frankenheimer, Blind Melon, Hoon, Movie Marketing, Magnus Von Horn, danny Clinch

‘The Beach House’ Trailer: Surf, Sand, and Some Body Horror

We could all probably use a getaway right about now, but after watching the trailer for The Beach House, you might want to avoid any shorefront locations for a while. The indie horror flick, headed to Shudder in July, follows four people at a beach house who find themselves dealing with both cosmic horror and body horror. It looks gross as hell, and I mean that in the best possible way. The Beach House Trailer Who doesn’t love a good body horror movie? I’m sure the answer is “lots of pe...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Movie Trailers, Randall, Beach House, Mitch, Emily, Jane Turner, Shudder, The Beach House, Liana Liberato Noah Le Gros Jake Weber, Maryanne Nagel, Jeffrey A Brown

‘Showbiz Kids’ Trailer: What’s It Like to Be a Child Star?

Promising an “unvarnished look at the high risk, high reward business of working as a child actor in the entertainment industry,” HBO’s documentary Showbiz Kids comes from writer-director-actor Alex Winter (of Bill and Ted fame), and features interviews with former child stars, as well as young hopefuls trying to make it big in the industry. Watch the Showbiz Kids trailer below. Showbiz Kids Trailer  Arriving on HBO next month, Showbiz Kids follows the price of fame that befalls many yo...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Los Angeles, Ted, Broadway, Movie Trailers, Kathmandu, Mara Wilson, Jada Pinkett Smith, Milla Jovovich, Wil Wheaton, Henry Thomas, Alex-Winter

‘Greenland’ Trailer: It’s Gerard Butler vs. a Comet in New Sci-Fi Disaster Flick

Gerard Butler has already established himself as the B-movie king, and now he’s coming for the disaster movie genre. The actor has battled Geostorms and will now be facing off against a planet-killing comet in Greenland, a sci-fi disaster thriller that reunites Butler with his Angel Has Fallen director Ric Roman Waugh. Watch the Greenland trailer below. Greenland Trailer Unexpectedly, Gerard Butler plays a regular family man in Greenland, who is just one among billions of people who wat...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Thriller, Greenland, Movie Trailers, Gerard-Butler, Stx Entertainment, Roland Emmerich, Butler, Nathan, Morena Baccarin, Ric Roman Waugh, Chris Sparling, Garrity, John Garrity

‘Ava’ Trailer: Watch Jessica Chastain Beat the Crap Out of Colin Farrell

If you ever wanted to see Jessica Chastain beat the crap out of Colin Farrell and get yelled at by John Malkovich, today is your lucky day. In Ava, Chastain plays a deadly assassin who has to fight for her own survival when a job goes wrong. This isn’t exactly ground-breaking in terms of plotting, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all have fun watching Jessica Chastain pummel people who get in her way. Watch the Ava trailer below. Ava Trailer At one point, Ava was called Eve (I wrote about...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Geena Davis, John-Malkovich, Steven Soderbergh, Colin-Farrell, Movie Trailers, Newton, Ava, Chastain, Tate Taylor, Action/Adventure, Malkovich, Matthew Newton, Ava Chastain, Jess Weixler Diana Silvers

‘Waiting for the Barbarians’ Trailer: Mark Rylance, Robert Pattinson, and Johnny Depp Star in a Colonial Drama

Samuel Goldwyn Films has released a trailer for its star-studded period drama Waiting for the Barbarians, based on the the J.M. Coetzee novel of the same name. Mark Rylance, Johnny Depp, and Robert Pattinson star in the historical drama, which marks the English-language debut of Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra (Embrace of the Serpent). Watch the Waiting for the Barbarians trailer below. Waiting for the Barbarians Trailer Oscar winner Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies) stars as nameless magi...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Robert-Pattinson, Johnny-Depp, Mark Rylance, Movie Trailers, Samuel Goldwyn, Depp, Coetzee, Joll, Ciro Guerra Embrace, Waiting for the Barbarians, Mark Rylance Johnny Depp, Joll Johnny Depp, Mark Rylance Robert Pattinson, Johnny Depp Star

‘Hamilton’ Clip: Disney+ Ensures The World’s Gonna Know His Name

Hamilton arrives on Disney+ next week, just in time to give you something patriotic to watch for the July 4th holiday weekend. The first trailer for the recorded presentation of the Broadway sensation just arrived last weekend, and now a new Hamilton clip has debuted online that further shows how the Broadway production was recorded, complete with the original cast, to give viewers the ultimate immersive experience. Hamilton Clip The Hamilton clip comes from early in the show when Lin-Ma...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Stage, Broadway, Movie Trailers, Musical, Miranda, Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda, Alexander Hamilton, Daveed Diggs, Aaron Burr, Leslie Odom Jr, Phillipa Soo, Eliza Hamilton

‘Antebellum’ Trailer: Janelle Monáe Finds Herself Trapped in a Horrifying Reality

Antebellum was already on my must-see list, but after watching this new – and final trailer – I’m even more intrigued. There’s a lot we still don’t know about the horror pic from writer-directors Gerard Bush andChristopher Renz, but all the imagery released so far has been stunning, and this trailer is no exception. In Antebellum, Janelle Monáe plays a modern-day woman who suddenly finds herself transported back-in-time to the Antebellum South. Watch the final Antebellum trailer below. Ante...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Movie Trailers, Janelle Monae, Jena Malone, Monáe, Lionsgate Films, Marque Richardson, Antebellum, Gerard Bush Christopher Renz, Veronica Henley Janelle Monáe, Gerard Bush andChristopher Renz

‘Over the Moon’ Trailer: Netflix’s Gorgeous Animated Musical Explores the Legend of the Chinese Moon Goddess

Netflix has been steadily becoming a major threat to Disney and Pixar’s animation domination. After the streamer’s phenomenal Klaus became an unexpected darling at the awards circuit last year (and looked like it might steal the Oscar from Pixar, for a second), Netflix is doubling down on gorgeous, compelling animated films. And for Netflix’s first animated musical, they’ve assembled quite the team. Former Disney legend and Oscar winner Glen Keane is directing Over the Moon, a striking new anim...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Fantasy, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Moon, Oscar, Dreamworks, Glen Keane, Movie Trailers, Pixar, Rapunzel, Keane, Klaus, Steven Price

‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Trailer: The First Wide Studio Release of the Summer

Nature is healing – movies are returning to theaters. Okay, nature isn’t actually healing, and there’s still the very real threat of the coronavirus out there. But Hollywood is eager to get back to normal, and they’re putting all their hopes and dreams into the month of July. July will mark the first time we’ve had new big studio movies in non-drive-in theaters since March, and while Tenet is the title everyone keeps mentioning, there are a few other films arriving before the latest Christopher...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Romance, New York City, Sony, Selena Gomez, Movie Trailers, Lucy, Tenet, Natalie, Broken Heart Gallery, Broken Hearts Gallery, The Broken Hearts Gallery, Lucy Geraldine Viswanathan

‘Shirley’ Trailer Highlights Elisabeth Moss’ Hypnotic Performance

How do you make a biographical drama about Shirley Jackson, one of the most renowned American horror writers of the past century? You cast Elisabeth Moss to do her best woman-on-the-edge performance yet, and turn the biopic into a horror movie. Shirley has received raves since it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and genre fans eagerly anticipated its theatrical release. Sadly, because of the coronavirus pandemic, that theatrical release never came to be. But, as the ne...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Thriller, Shirley, Movie Trailers, Jackson, Hulu, Elisabeth Moss, Neon, Moss, Shirley Jackson, Josephine Decker, Sarah Gubbins, Odessa Young, Chris Evangelista, Haunting of Hill House

‘One Night in Bangkok’ Trailer: Mark Dacascos Stars in a Rideshare Version of ‘Collateral’

Many people know Mark Dacascos as The Chairman from the cooking reality series Iron Chef America, but others know him from his work in martial arts or action movies like Brotherhood of the Wolf or John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. Now Dacascos is starring in a Lionsgate thriller called One Night in Bangkok, in which he plays an assassin who asks a rideshare driver to take him to each of his targets. Yep, this movie definitely has some BCE: Big Collateral Energy. /Film is debuting the film’s fi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Digital, Hawaii, Movie Trailers, Tom Cruise, Bangkok, Keanu Reeves, Wolf, John Wick, Kai, Lionsgate Films, Action/Adventure, Wych Kaosayananda, Kazuya

‘Hamilton’ Trailer: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway Sensation Comes to Disney+ in July

Hamilton has been a Broadway hit ever since it debuted at the beginning of 2015. Unfortunately, that has made it difficult for curious audiences to get a glimpse at the hip-hop fueled historical musical from Lin-Manuel Miranda, even as the show travels around the United States. But soon, everyone will be able to see the Broadway show from the comfort of their own home. A recorded version of Hamilton will be available on Disney+ staring next month, and the first trailer has arrived. Hamilton ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, United States, Broadway, Mpaa, Movie Trailers, Musical, Hamilton, Lin Manuel Miranda, Alexander Hamilton, Daveed Diggs, Aaron Burr, Leslie Odom Jr, Disney/Pixar, Phillipa Soo

This Week In Trailers: Athlete A, Looks That Kill, Foodie Love, The Racer, Say I Do

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we hunt a human predator, ride competitively on our Huffy, put a spin on drop-dead gorgeous, go on a delicious blind date, and find ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, France, Ireland, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Indianapolis Star, Alex, Lance Armstrong, Jeffrey Epstein, Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk, Kellen Moore, Huffy, Nassar, USA Gymnastics

‘Retaliation’ Trailer: A Vengeful Orlando Bloom Has a Cross to Bear

Orlando Bloom has a cross to bear and revenge to carry out in the new thriller Retaliation, which sees the former matinee idol take on a much darker and bloodier role than he has in the past. Bloom stars in the thriller as a demolitionist named Malky, who finds himself face to face with the man he holds responsible for a childhood trauma. Watch the Retaliation trailer below. Retaliation Trailer Saban Films has released a poster and trailer for the upcoming thriller Retaliation, which se...
Tags: Independent, Movie Trailers, Thriller, Orlando-Bloom, Retaliation

‘Desperados’ Trailer: A ‘New Girl’ Reunion Gives Us Old Rom-Com Hijinks

Prank Sinatra has done it again. He’s fooled us into thinking that this isn’t actually a New Girl sequel where Winston and Allie are doing some weird roleplay, in which she is a sad, desperate single and he’s an aloof blind date. But that seems to be all there is to Desperados, a new Netflix comedy starring Nasim Pedrad. Pedrad stars  as the aforementioned sad, desperate single woman who meets her dream man (Robbie Amell) but sends him a drunk, rude email after he disappears on her for five day...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Mexico, Fox, Netflix, Movie Trailers, David Spade, Sinatra, Morris, Missy, HEATHER GRAHAM, Anna Camp, Allie, Nasim Pedrad, Lamorne Morris, Robbie Amell

‘The Rental’ Trailer: Dave Franco Directs a Getaway Gone Wrong

Dave Franco makes his directorial debut with The Rental, an indie horror-thriller starring Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Sheila Vand, and Jeremy Allen White. The cast places two couples who venture to a gorgeous oceanside house for a weekend getaway only to get more than they bargained for, and then some. At this point, couples should probably stop going away for the weekend, because if there’s one thing I’ve learned from movies, it’s that such getaways never go well. Watch The Rental trailer below...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Netflix, Franco, Movie Trailers, Dan Stevens, Ifc Films, Joe, Dave-Franco, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, Joe Swanberg, Swanberg, Jeremy Allen, Jeremy Allen White, Alison Brie Dan Stevens Sheila Vand

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