Drop what you’re doing right now, and press play. Then press it again. Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket, and Baby Groot are back and ready to blow up the box office (and everything else in sight). The only thing not to like: we have to wait until May 2017 to see the whole movie.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Super) wrote and produced this thriller which has a pretty insane premise – employees are locked down in their office and instructed that they must kill three co-workers, or the company will kill six others.
Every year, 20-year-olds from the desolate Inland are subjected to rigorous tests. Those who pass gain entry to the promised land known as the Offshore. This Brazilian-produced Netflix series has a low-budget production, but makes up for it with storytelling and acting.
“Don’t regret the things you do. Just things you don’t.” A young man blames his mom’s hospitalization on his stepdad. He meets a thug that makes his revenge fantasy come true. Or did it? This neo-noir thriller shows two paths that its main character could take.
“Kong’s a pretty good king. Keeps to himself mostly.” Our latest look at Kong: Skull Island is a stark contrast from the first trailer. Apparently, it’s more lighthearted than you’d think. Also the titular island doesn’t have one, not two, but a metric crapton of giant creatures.
The trailer for Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s dark kid’s book series introduces us to the Baudelaire orphans as they have their first encounter with their loathsome new guardian Count Olaf. We’re getting an Addams Family movie vibe, and that’s a good thing.
Natalie Portman stars as the late Jackie Kennedy Onassis in this critically-acclaimed biographical drama about the former US First Lady’s life before and after the assassination of her first husband, President Jack F. Kennedy. Premieres 12/2/16.
“Think of the one thing you’ve always wanted. Now find it in your mind’s eye, and feel it in your heart.” Emma Watson stars as Belle and Dan Stevens stars as The Beast in Disney’s live action adaptation of a tale as old as time. Well, as old as 1740. Premieres 3/17/17.
Whether or not you agree with the casting of Scar-Jo in the role of Major Motoko Kusanagi, this trailer has us pretty excited about where the live action version of Masamune Shirow’s classic anime looks to be headed, with incredible visuals and thrilling action.
Luc Besson’s latest sci-fi film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets looks like a futurist’s wet dream, with eye-popping visuals, and a lighthearted, but action-packed world which brings back memories of his classic The Fifth Element. We can only hope it’s as much fun.
The latest trailer for the solo adventure of Will Arnett’s blocky Batman emphasizes Bruce Wayne’s emotional conflict: he’s lonely, but he’s also afraid of losing his loved ones again. What he doesn’t realize is that he already has family. Even the Joker wants his attention.
(PG-13) Mark, Spud, Sick Boy, Begbie, and director Danny Boyle reunite 20 years after the chaos of Trainspotting, and this time out, we learn that more things change, the more they stay the same.
Netflix offers another brief tease of its upcoming adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s classic book series, this time giving us our first glimpse at the villainous Count Olaf, as played by the always wonderful Neil Patrick Harris. We’ve blocked out our calendars for 1/13/16.
After getting just the tiniest glimpse at Gal Gadot in Batman v. Superman, it’s time for another mighty crimefighter to rise. This origin story follows Diana Prince as she leaves her home on Paradise Island to take on all manner of baddies during World War I.
Take a helping of Alien, a dash of Gravity, and a smidgen of The Thing, and you’ll have a good idea what to expect from this sci-fi thriller about a team aboard the ISS who discovers the first evidence of extraterrestrial life on Mars. Sadly for the crew, it turns out to be a complete dick.
(PG-13) Michael Shannon plays a successful chef who falls in love with an up-and-coming fashion designer played by Imogen Poots. But their whirlwind romance takes a diabolical turn when she turns out to have dark secrets. Worse, he decides to do something about them.
Dane DeHaan plays an ambitious exec assigned to pick up his company’s CEO at a wellness center hidden in the Swiss Alps. Naturally, the seemingly idyllic facility turns out to be all kinds of screwed up. From Director Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Ring)
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