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Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Sustainable Warfare Previews Major Kusanagi

Bandai Namco Arts uploaded a character trailer featuring Major Motoko Kusanagi as a preview for the upcoming Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 – Sustainable Warfare compilation film. Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 – Sustainable Warfare is a compilation film of the anime’s first season, and will have a limited two-week theatrical release to 20 theaters […]
Tags: Anime, 3D CG, Bandai Namco Arts, Compilation, Ghost in the Shell, Image Gallery, Masamune Shirow, Movies, Seiyuu, Trailer


Catwoman: Hunted’s Anime Aesthetic Making Catwoman Absolutely Ferocious

It seems the power of anime is effective at making even the most despised properties likable as the trailer for Catwoman: Hunted has been showered with endless praise, the film starring the devious Catwoman as she attempts to both steal and thwart other villains pursuing her (and looking attractive whilst doing so). The trailer has […]
Tags: Usa, Comedy, Trailer, Dc Comics, International, Anime, Batman, Warner Brothers, Catwoman, Image Gallery, Adaptations


Hakozume ~Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu~ Combines Cops & Comedy

Hakozume ~Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu~ has blended police and comedy together as the show follows female officer Kawai trying to find a renewed sense of justice and purpose after reconsidering her resignation, the show bound to be completely despised by police-hating degenerates should it ever venture West. The rather hyperactive and comedy-laden trailer: January 2022 […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Trailer, Police, Anime, Kawai, Image Gallery, Madhouse, Hakozume, Kouban Joshi


Second Trailer for Matt Reeves' 'The Batman' with Robert Pattinson

"Maybe we're not so different… Who are you under there?" Warner Bros has debuted the second official trailer for Matt Reeves' The Batman as part of the 2021 DC FanDome online event this weekend (along with Black Adam and The Flash teasers). This one takes place in Bruce Wayne's second year as the Batman. "It's the Gotham City experiment. What can he do that will finally change this place; he is charting what he's doing and not having any of the affect that he wants to have. That's when the m...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Peter Sarsgaard, Dc Movies, Gordon, Matt Reeves, Falcone, To Watch


Teaser Trailer for HBO's 'Peacemaker' Spin-Off Series with John Cena

Time to meet your friendly neighborhood Peacemaker! HBO has unveiled the teaser trailer for The Suicide Squad spin-off series about Peacemaker, first shown during the DC FanDome online event this weekend. While completing work on The Suicide Squad movie in August of last year, during a pandemic lockdown, writer and director James Gunn began writing a spin-off TV series centered on the origins of Peacemaker, portrayed by John Cena. "[He is] not an evil person, he's just a bad guy. He seems so...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, John Cena, Dc Movies, Cena, To Watch, Nhut Le


Ezra Miller is Barry Allen in First Look Teaser for DC's 'The Flash' Movie

"You change the future, and you change the past…" Warner Bros has unveiled a first look teaser for the new The Flash movie, currently in production - aiming for release in November 2022 more than a year from now. WB has been trying to make a Flash movie for decades, and the character was eventually introduced in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman and Justice League movies as part of the DCEU. Now he's finally getting his own solo origin story movie, being directed by filmmaker Andy Muschietti o...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Superman, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Barry, Michael Keaton, Ezra Miller, Dc Movies, Wayne, WB, Zack Snyder, Barry Allen, Henry Allen, To Watch


First Look at Dwayne Johnson's 'Black Adam' in DC FanDome Teaser

It's time for DC FanDome weekend 2021! WB has unveiled a first look teaser trailer for Black Adam at the online event this weekend. The character was initially going to be introduced in David Sandberg's Shazam! movie, but they decided to make a standalone movie to focus on Black Adam's origin story itself. Other DC characters, including the Justice Society of America (JSA), will be a part of the plot. Dwayne Johnson stars as Black Adam, an antihero from Kahndaq who was imprisoned for 5,000 y...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Dwayne Johnson, Dc Movies, Adam, Aldis Hodge, WB, Pierce Brosnan, To Watch, Black Adam, David Sandberg, Noah Centineo, Kahndaq, Justice Society of America JSA, Hawkman Sarah Shahi Quintessa Swindell


Official US Trailer for German Political Comedy 'Operation Curveball'

"We make the facts." Rock Salt Releasing has already debuted this German film in cinemas in the US, but we're catching up with it now. Operation Curveball, also known as just Curveball, originally premiered at the 2020 Berlin Film Festival, but got in trouble because of the title. One of the other alternate US titles is Curveball - A True Story, Unfortunately. The film tells the grotesque, at times even surreal, true story of how the Iraq war was started based on nothing but fake intelligenc...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Germany, Iraq, US, Adam Mckay, To Watch, Foreign Film, Operation Curveball, Franziska Brandmeier


On Their Way to a New Year's Eve 1999 Party in UK Trailer for 'Pirates'

"Getting into that party is the only thing that matters." "Boys – we're going on a mission." Picturehouse in the UK has unveiled an official trailer for an indie flick called Pirates, just that, Pirates and that's it. This is being billed as "the world's shortest road movie", following three eighteen-year-old friends on their journey from North to South London on New Year's Eve 1999. They drive through London in their tiny Peugeot 205 pumping out a live garage set from the stereo and arguing...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Trailer, South London, North, Peugeot, Pirates, Picturehouse, Avirex, To Watch, Trailer for Pirates, Elliot Edusah Jordan Peters, Reda Elazouar, Kassius Nelson Youssef Kerkour Rebekah Murrell, Aaron Shosanya


New US Trailer for Jim Cummings & PJ McCabe's 'The Beta Test' Film

"Now I'm suspicious of everyone… We're so terrified of stepping out of line." IFC Films has just unveiled a second official trailer for The Beta Test, a seductive, provocative thriller from filmmaker Jim Cummings (of Thunder Road and The Wolf of Snow Hollow). The first UK trailer arrived a few weeks back, time for another look. Cummings teams up with actor PJ McCabe to co-write & co-direct this film, which initially premiered at the Berlin Film Festival this year. It's opening in the US in a...
Tags: UK, Hollywood, Movies, Trailer, US, Ifc, Cummings, Indies, Jim Cummings, To Watch, PJ McCabe, Cummings McCabe, Jessie Barr Malin Barr Christian Hillborg, Jim Cummings PJ McCabe


Modern Love Film 'Mark, Mary & Some Other People' Official Trailer

"This was your idea from the start!" Vertical Ent. has released a trailer for an indie romantic comedy titled Mark, Mary & Some Other People, directed by actress / filmmaker Hannah Marks. This premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and is out to watch this November. Newlyweds Mark and Mary reluctantly decide to give ethical non-monogamy a try as their lives get increasingly complicated. "The decision changes things for the couple and opens a lot of personal questions for both as Mary starts...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mark, Mary, Indies, Tribeca Film Festival, To Watch, Ben Rosenfield, Hannah Marks, Hayley Law, Mark Mary, Ma Belle My Beauty, Haley Ramm


Trailer for Maya Sarfaty's Holocaust Documentary 'Love It Was Not'

"Could this have been normal love?" Greenwich Ent. has released an official trailer for a documentary film called Love It Was Not, telling the "incredible" true story of a Jewish prisoner during World War II who ends up in a romantic relationship with an SS officer at a concentration camp. "A tragic love story between a prisoner and her captor." But that's not the end of the story. This premiered at the IDFA and Docaviv Film Festivals last year, and opens in a few art house cinemas in the US...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Documentaries, Will, Auschwitz, Helena, Wunsch, To Watch, IDFA, Greenwich Ent, Maya Sarfaty, Helena Citron, Franz Wunsch


First Netflix Teaser for Cute Animated Adventure 'Back to the Outback'

Let's dance? Netflix has revealed a teaser trailer for an animated adventure from Australia titled Back to the Outback, following a group of animals that escape and try to make their way home. This was made by Netflix Animation and Reel FX Creative Studios, arriving on Netflix in December. Tired of being locked in a reptile house where humans gawk at them like they're monsters, a group of Australia's deadliest creatures plot a daring escape from their zoo to the Outback. Leading the group is...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Trailer, Netflix, Animation, Jacki Weaver, Maddie, Tim Minchin, Outback, To Watch, Netflix Animation, Zoe Miranda Tapsell, Frank Guy Pearce, Nigel Angus Imrie, Maddie Isla Fisher, Reel FX Creative Studios


'I Was A Simple Man' Trailer - A Ghost Story Set on O'ahu, Hawai'i

"Dying isn't simple, is it?" Strand Releasing has unveiled an official trailer for an acclaimed indie film titled I Was A Simple Man, which originally premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. The film is made by a Hawaiian filmmaker named Christopher Makoto Yogi, his second feature, and it earned some rave reviews from critics. It's a gorgeous slow burn work of art. A family in Hawai'i faces the imminent death of their eldest as the ghosts of the past haunt the country...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Hawaii, Hawai, Indies, Constance Wu, Nelson Lee, To Watch, Christopher Makoto Yogi, Steve Iwamoto


Official Trailer for 'The Drummer' About the Trauma of U.S. Soldiers

"You can't force these soldiers to become political." 1091 Pictures has revealed an official trailer for an indie drama titled The Drummer, from filmmaker Eric Werthman. This first premiered last year, and is out on VOD this fall - timed to honor Veterans Day. Set in 2008, The Drummer revolves around active and former members of the U. S. military. With the US engaged in a seemingly perpetual war, the devastating traumas that soldiers suffer abroad continue to be felt at home. The film stars...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Iraq, US, Vietnam, Indies, Glover, Danny Glover, Lillias White, To Watch, Eric Werthman


Trailer for 'Women is Losers' Film Inspired by the Janis Joplin Song

"You want to buy a house… so you can never be kicked out." Look At The Moon Pictures has revealed an official trailer for indie drama Women is Losers, marking the feature directorial debut of San Francisco filmmaker Lissette Feliciano. This originally premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, and it also played at the Cinequest, Oxford, Cleveland, and Maryland Film Festivals. In 1960s San Francisco, a once-promising catholic school girl, Celina Guerrera, sets out to rise ab...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, San Francisco, Janis Joplin, Sxsw, Indies, Celina, Lorenza Izzo, To Watch, Simu Liu, Lissette Feliciano, Celina Guerrera, Lincoln Bonilla, Janis Joplin Song, Cinequest Oxford Cleveland


Meet 'The All-Seeing Stupendo' in UK Trailer for Comedy 'Sideshow'

"You can't hold me responsible for what the spirits say." Munro Films has debuted a new official UK trailer for an indie comedy titled Sideshow, from filmmaker Adam Oldroyd. The film follows two criminals who after breaking into the home of a washed-up psychic, get much more than they bargained for, because "The All-Seeing Stupendo" is a genuine master of the dark mystic arts – at least that's what it says on his poster. "It's a hilarious, perfectly-pitched and thoroughly silly way to spend ...
Tags: UK, Comedy, Movies, Trailer, Les, To Watch, Les Dennis, Anthony Head, Munro Films, Adam Oldroyd, April Pearson, Nathan Clarke Oldroyd, Stuart Pendrick


New Trailer for Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller 'Broken Darkness'

"Nobody's been topside in 8 years!" Vertical Entertainment has debuted a trailer for Broken Darkness, a post-apocalyptic survival thriller that originally premiered back in 2017. Years later and it's finally getting an official release. Broken Darkness follows the exciting story of Sam, a broken man who after the world ends from a massive meteor shower and the death of his son, is forced to survive underground. He ends up on the run with a crew of rag tag yet heavily armed rangers. Hunted do...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sam, Indies, To Watch, Brendan Murray, Sean Cameron Michael Brandon Auret Suraya Santos


Halle Berry Directs & Stars in MMA Film 'Bruised' Trailer from Netflix

"Yeah, she still got somethin'." Netflix has unveiled a trailer for Bruised, a thrilling new sports drama that is also the directorial debut of actress Halle Berry. This is opening on Netflix in November, despite not showing up at any festivals or elsewhere yet. A disgraced MMA fighter finds redemption in the cage and the courage to face her demons when the son she had given up as an infant unexpectedly reenters her life. She left the sport on bad conditions years earlier, but is given a cha...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Halle Berry, MMA, To Watch, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Jackie Justice, Adriane Lenox Sheila Atim Valentina Shevchenko


Second Trailer for the Adorable Live-Action 'Clifford the Big Red Dog'

"People don't like things that are different." Paramount Pictures has debuted the second official trailer for their live-action Clifford the Big Red Dog movie, based on the classic Scholastic book series by Norman Bridwell. The first trailer arrived in the summer and was made fun of by almost everyone, mostly because the giant red dog look so odd. Technically this is a "hybrid" movie because Clifford is actually entirely CGI, though they did use a giant maquette on set during filming. A girl...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, John Cleese, Paramount Pictures, Norman Bridwell, Clifford, Emily, Casey, Bridwell, To Watch, Big Apple Clifford, Alan Grier Russell Wong


Ben Affleck & Tye Sheridan in Clooney's 'The Tender Bar' Film Trailer

"In life, you gotta have 'it'. You don't have it, you'll never get it. And I say… you got 'it.'" Amazon Studios has unveiled the official trailer for The Tender Bar, the latest feature film directed by Academy Award winner George Clooney. This recently premiered at the London Film Festival to some great reviews, and has been set for release starting in December, just in time to catch awards season buzz this fall. It's about a boy growing up on Long Island seeks out father figures among the p...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Ben Affleck, George Clooney, Long Island, Clooney, Charlie, Amazon Studios, J R Moehringer, Tye Sheridan, To Watch, Max Martini, Ben Affleck Tye Sheridan, Christopher Lloyd Lily Rabe Max Casella


Shingeki no Kyojin Final Season Part 2 Promising Much Suspense

The second part of the anticipated finale for Shingeki no Kyojin has been teased, sadly being only about half the size of a normal trailer but delivering a hefty amount of appalling scenes that will surely have those unfamiliar with the source material theorizing. Various characters from the show appear in the trailer along with […]
Tags: Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, Endings, Image Gallery, MAPPA, Continuations, Shingeki no Kyojin, Kyojin


Full Trailer for Time Travel Romantic Thriller 'Needle in a Timestack'

"The past doesn't just belong to history books anymore, now we can live it, touch it, change it." Lionsgate has debuted the full-length official trailer for sci-fi romantic thriller Needle in a Timestack, from director / producer John Ridley (of Jimi: All Is by My Side). Glad to finally get some more footage from this. Set in the near future, the film involves some kind of tech that lets people revisit the past somehow. Nick and Janine live in marital bliss until Janine's ex-husband warps ti...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, NICK, Orlando, John Ridley, Janine, To Watch, James Kirk, Timestack, Leslie Odom Jr Cynthia Erivo


Abel Ferrara's 'Zeros and Ones' Official Trailer Starring Ethan Hawke

"You wouldn't last 10 minutes on the street knowing what he knows." Lionsgate has revealed the official trailer for Zeros and Ones, another awkward new Abel Ferrara movie releasing this year (in addition to Siberia with Willem Dafoe). This one, however, came out of nowhere and it only recently premiered at the Locarno Film Festival. An American soldier stationed in Rome watches the Vatican blown up, then embarks on a hero's journey to uncover and defend against an unknown enemy threatening t...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, Rome, Ethan Hawke, Vatican, Siberia, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, To Watch, Babak Karimi, Valerio Mastandrea Cristina Chiriac


Another Bad Bruce Willis Movie Trailer: Play a Deadly Game of 'Apex'

"Men like that never should've come to a place like this." The same question always come to mind: why?!? RLJE has debuted an official trailer for an action thriller film titled Apex, which is (of course) a shortened version of the excruciatingly dull title Apex Predator. Another new film from the same director of the epicly bad Cosmic Sin with Willis. So what's Apex about? Six elite hunters pay to hunt down a man on a deserted island, only to find themselves becoming the prey. Bruce Willis s...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Bruce Willis, Malone, Willis, To Watch, RLJE, Neal McDonough Corey, Trevor Gretzky Ughhh


Wacky Dark Comedy About Greed 'This Game's Called Murder' Trailer

"Don't talk – otherwise my dad will kill you." Cranked Up Films has debuted an official trailer for a strange indie dark comedy titled This Game's Called Murder, the latest cinema creation from writer / director Adam Sherman. A modern, dark-humored tale of greed, romance, and lost innocence in consumer-crazed, alienated society that functions as a harsh critique of society today without taking itself too seriously. This hasn't played at any festivals, and will be dropping directly into two c...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Don, Indies, To Watch, Ron Perlman, Adam Sherman, Wallendorf, Tory Devon Smith


Ceramicist Biopic 'The Colour Room' Trailer Starring Phoebe Dynevor

"The modern woman is forward-looking, not backward-looking." Sky Cinema in the UK has unveiled the official trailer for a biopic film titled The Colour Room, the latest from filmmaker Claire McCarthy (Cross Life, The Waiting City, Ophelia). This hasn't played at any festivals, but will be debuting on Sky in the UK in November; no US date has been announced. The film is inspired by the life of history-making ceramicist Clarice Cliff. "Her pottery made history, her story broke every rule." Thi...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, US, Clarice, Matthew Goode, To Watch, Claire McCarthy, Bridgerton, Sky Cinema, Clarice Cliff, Phoebe Dynevor, Darci Shaw, Cross Life The Waiting City Ophelia


Official Trailer for Acclaimed Doc 'Cusp' About Teenagers from Texas

"Girls are scared ’cause they know…" Showtime has revealed an official trailer for the documentary Cusp, marking the feature debut of talented filmmakers Isabel Bethencourt & Parker Hill. This premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to numerous rave reviews, where it also won a Special Jury Prize for Emerging Filmmakers. It also played at AFI Docs, and debuts on Showtime this November. Cusp chronicles one formative year of teenage life for three friends in a Texas town...
Tags: Texas, Movies, Trailer, Showtime, Documentaries, Brittney, To Watch, AFI Docs, Isabel Bethencourt Parker Hill, Parker Hill Isabel Bethencourt


New US Trailer for Dramedy 'Gaza Mon Amour' Starring Hiam Abbass

"The guy clearly likes you." Goldwyn Films has revealed the official US trailer for an indie dramedy from Palestine titled Gaza Mon Amour, the second feature by filmmakers Tarzan & Arab Nasser. It premiered at the 2020 Venice Film Festival last year, and it was submitted as Palestine's Best International Film entry for the 93rd Academy Awards (that were already held this year). Sixty-year-old fisherman Issa is secretly in love with Siham, a woman who works at the market with her daughter Le...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Gaza, Palestine, Venice Film Festival, Indies, Leila, Issa, To Watch, Foreign Film, Hiam Abbass, Goldwyn, Siham, Tarzan Arab Nasser, Salim Dau Maisa Abd Elhadi George Iskandar


Ethan Hawke in Scott Derrickson's Horror 'The Black Phone' Trailer

"Please, please let the dreams be real!" Universal has unveiled an official trailer for for a serial killer horror thriller titled The Black Phone, arriving in theaters in February. Starring four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke in the most terrifying role of his career and introducing Mason Thames in his first ever film role, The Black Phone is produced, directed, and co-written by filmmaker Scott Derrickson, also the writer / director of Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and Marvel's Doc...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Hawke, Scott Derrickson, Roger Mitchell, To Watch, Emily Rose, Mason Thames