(PG-13: Language) Seven strangers stay at a rundown hotel that sits on the border of California and Nevada. Each of them has a secret that they want to bury. And all of them are being watched. Starring Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm and Chris Hemsworth. Drops 10/5/18.
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Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name) reboots Dario Argento’s 1977 cult classic horror film about a ballerina who joins a dance school that turns out to be a front for a supernatural conspiracy. Bonus: Radiohead’s Thom Yorke did the score for the reboot. Premieres 11/2/18.
Most of the prop sections used to film the assault on the Death Star in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope have been lost. Hollywood Memorabilia got its hands on one of the few surviving sections. It was previously owned by an ILM employee and a Star Wars collector.
Set in the Wild West, The Sisters Brothers is a comedy about two sibling hired guns hunting a chemist who stole from their boss. Things turn ugly when their contact sees an opportunity for himself. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly and Jake Gyllenhaal.
iCollector is auctioning off a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle that was used in the filming of Terminator 2. The motorcycle has seen better days, but it has only 392mi on it and was acquired directly from the movie’s production company. Clothes and boots not included.
In Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Ethan Hunt tries to finish a mission that ended badly. This leads the CIA to question his motives, and ends up sending other agents – including one played by Henry Cavill – to take down Hunt. Twice the enemies, twice the stunts.
Morris “Moe” Berg was an American catcher and coach in the MLB during the 20’s and 30’s. He was an unremarkable player, but his intellect attracted the US government, who turned him into a spy during World War II. Starring Paul Rudd, Paul Giamatti and Jeff Daniels.
No, Hollywood hasn’t gone and remade Kubrick’s classic. Instead, they did the right thing and created a new 70mm print, struck directly from the original camera negative. Chances are, you’ve never seen this film the way it was meant to be seen. Now is the time.