Andròn, the first feature from Italian filmmaker Francesco Cinquemani, stars a cast of unknowns alongside two Hollywood stars (Alec Baldwin, Danny Glover) Its concept appears to meld The Hunger Games’ fight-to-the-death competition, The Truman Show’s all-seeing overlord, and the greenish-black palette of a thousand…
Here’s the first trailer for writer-director Mark Elijah Robinson’s debut feature, Approaching the Unknown. An astronaut (Mark Strong) blasts off for Mars but ends up heading more in the direction of ... well, the title’s kind of a giveaway. When existential weirdness meets space travel, though, anything’s possible.
This summer some huge, epic action films will be coming to a theater near you, but none of them look like they can hold a candle to Kubo and the Two Strings. The third trailer is here and it shows an adventure on an epic scale we rarely see in movies—and definitely not movies made with stop-motion animation.
Power trio Stephen King, John Cusack, and Samuel L. Jackson—who previously worked on 1408 together—reunited for Cell, an adaptation of King’s apocalyptic tale about a sinister cell phone signal that turns the afflicted into kill-crazy zombies. Tod Williams (Paranormal Activity 2) directs.
The final X-Men: Apocalypse trailer arrived this morning, and while it didn’t lack for action, this one also told us a lot more about the relationships and backstories that will make up the emotional bits of this movie. We combed through the whole thing to break it all down for you!
The latest look at X-Men: Apocalypse is here, and as per usual, things aren’t looking great for Charles Xavier and his merry band of mutants. That doesn’t mean they’re not going to go down without a fight, though—and they’re taking the fight to Apocalypse with the help of a few familiar faces.
Sadako vs. Kayako is J-horror’s answer to Freddy vs. Jason. It’s about the clash between the ghost who haunts people who watch a certain videotape (Sadako of Ringu, or The Ring) and the ghost who haunts a house with the worst vibes ever (Kayako of Ju-On, or The Grudge). This trailer is all in Japanese, but it’s still …
In the first looksat the film that’s actually focusing on the characters instead of pure action, this new Independence Day: Resurgence trailer actually tells us what’s been going on in the last 20 years since we first welcomed the aliens to Earth.
The fifth Bourne movie is banking everything on people looking for Jason Bourne, people talking about Jason Bourne, and people getting totally destroyed by Jason Bourne. But, mostly, this trailer is filled with lots of action and Jason Bourne still trying to figure out who he is.
The oh-so-bad-but-so-entertaining Gotham has just released a 3.5-minute trailer for next week’s episode, titled “Azrael.” If your first thought is, “Hey, isn’t that a full minute longer than trailers for actual movies?” please let me assure that it only gets crazier once you actually start watching it.
Alice Through the Looking Glass comes out May 27, and its final trailer echoes what we’ve been seeing from all its advertising thus far: visually, this thing will be lush, dazzling, and aggressively whimsical; plot-wise, it probably won’t make a lot of sense. Also, the narration makes us miss Alan Rickman so damn much.
We don’t know a lot about this upcoming Chinese animated film, but wow does it look pretty.
We’re just a few weeks away from Person of Interest closing out its run. And, if this trailer is any indication, they’ll do so in spectacular fashion.
We actually haven’t seen that much of the “war” in the upcoming Warcraft movie yet, but this new trailer seems to be trying to make up for that by showing you a cornucopia of people and orcs getting hacked, shanked, and hammered.
The faux documentary No Men Beyond This Point takes place in a world where biological males are going extinct. Because it turns out once cisgender men were no longer needed for reproduction, they were no longer needed... at all. This film combines a “historical” look at the decline of the Y chromosome with modern…
We haven’t heard much from Elstree 1976, the fascinating documentary about the many, many actors who had the luck of appearing in one of the most popular movies of all time... but without ever showing their face on-screen. Now, there’s finally a new trailer and a release date.
Admittedly, they don’t seem to be having a lot of trouble finding out what love is, but the futuristic dystopian society they live in where all emotion is supposed to have been eradicated probably doesn’t approve.
The hacker drama Mr. Robot was one of the biggest new shows of 2015 and the second season is fast approaching. It’s rumored to be back on USA this summer but, they just released a teaser that hints at who Elliot and his friends will attack next.
Man-Bear? Bear-Man? Either way, this Russian superhero movie looks rather intriguing.