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Sausage Party, Suicide Squad, The Girl on the Train and more in our weekly trailer round up!Sausage Party, Suicide Squad, The Girl on the Train and more in our weekly trailer round up!Adriana Floridia7/22/2016 3:23:00 Pm
This week saw a bunch of films getting second, third and final trailers, making us that much more hyped for their release!
San Diego Comic-Con kicked off this week, which is probably the biggest time of year for movie news, announcements, trailers, and all of our favourite things. It's still early in the week, but so far we've seen a new poster for Wonder Woman, a clip from Trolls, a new red band trailer for Sausage Party and a new trailer for Oliver Stone's biopic Snowden. That's just the tip of the iceberg, however, as we have tons of new movie footage from this week to tide us over, until, »
- Adriana Floridia
Chris Pine has been a busy man.
Between starring in one of the year’s biggest movies with Star Trek Beyond (which releases this week) he’s found time to also make Hell or High Water, a much smaller movie that takes place down here on Earth and releases later this summer.
A new trailer was released for the film, which stars Ben Foster and Chris Pine as struggling brothers who resort to bank robbing to stay afloat. Jeff Bridges and Gil Birmingham also star as the small-town Texas law enforcement that tries to take the brothers down.
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- Amanda Wood
Yesterday, a new trailer for the indulgent and nostalgic Western Magnificent Seven, based on a movie from 1960 based on a movie from 1954, dropped. Today, the modern Western Hell Or High Water fired back with a new trailer featuring its own band of outlaw brothers. In this case, though, they’re literally brothers. And they’re not cowboys so much as down-on-their-luck antiheroes going up against the modern-day bandits at the banks. Chris Pine plays Toby, a divorced father who wants a better life for his children, and Ben Foster stars as his ex-convict brother; faced with the foreclosure of their mother’s West Texas farm, they take justice into their own hands and rob the bank that robbed them. Or maybe they just wanted to make a withdrawal without having to bother with pesky Atm fees. In any case, two West Texas Rangers played by Gil Birmingham and ...
- Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya
"Y'all been here for a while? Long enough to watch a bank getting robbed that has been robbing me for 30 years..." CBS Films has unveiled one more official trailer for David Mackenzie's modern western Hell or High Water, from the writer of Sicario and the director of Starred Up. Chris Pine and Ben Foster star as brothers who decide to rob a couple of banks in small towns in Texas. Close to retirement, the Texas Ranger who decides to hunt them down is Marcus, played by Jeff Bridges. The cast includes Katy Mixon, Dale Dickey, Kevin Rankin, Marin Ireland and Gil Birmingham. This is a helluva film and I highly recommend catching it in theaters. See it because Jeff Bridges is badass in it, see it because the script is outstanding, see it because David Mackenzie is a talented director. There's plenty of good reasons to see it. Here's »
- Alex Billington
The film opens in select theaters on August 12th and nationwide on August 19th.
Hell Or High Water is fresh at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and a bright green 82 on MetaCritic
Hell Or High Water is a modern action drama set in West Texas where the distinction between honest men and outlaws has blurred beyond recognition.
Featuring a cast that includes Academy Award-winner Jeff Bridges (“Crazy Heart,” “True Grit”), Chris Pine (“Star Trek,” “Into The Woods”), Ben Foster (“3:10 To Yuma,” “The Messenger”) and Gil Birmingham (“The Lone Ranger,” “Twilight”), Hell Or High Water is produced by Sidney Kimmel, Peter Berg, Carla Hacken and Julie Yorn and executive produced by Gigi Pritzker, Bill Lischak, Michael Nathanson, Rachel Shane, John Penotti and Bruce Toll.
- Michelle McCue
"Well if that ain't Texan, then I don't know what is..." CBS Films has released another great trailer for the modern western Hell or High Water, directed by David Mackenzie, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this summer. I saw the film there and it's surprisingly fantastic, with an outstanding script by Taylor Sheridan (of Sicario previously) that drives strong performances from the entire cast. Chris Pine and Ben Foster star as brothers who decide to rob a couple of banks in small towns in Texas. Close to retirement, the Texas Ranger who decides to hunt them down is Marcus, played by Jeff Bridges. The cast includes Katy Mixon, Dale Dickey, Kevin Rankin, Marin Ireland and Gil Birmingham. I really dug this film, and I definitely recommend it, so if this trailer grabs your interest make sure to see it in theaters. Here's the second official trailer for »
- Alex Billington
The drama follows brothers Toby (Chris Pine), a recently divorced single father, and Tanner (Ben Foster), an ex-con, who create a scheme to save their family’s farm. Their first heist includes robbing a bank in order to get the money they need.
In our IndieWire review, Eric Kohn described the duo as unstoppable and wrote that the film, “delivers a fantastic set of showdowns, from cars streaking down the highways »
- Liz Calvario
Following raves for his prison drama "Starred Up" which helped break out Jack O'Connell, filmmaker David Mackenzie returns with the pulpy western "Hell Or High Water" which screened at the Cannes Film Festival to rave reviews and opens on August 12th in limited release before going wide on August 19th.
Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, Ben Foster and Gil Birmingham star in the film about two brothers (Pine & Foster) who decide to rob the very bank that will be foreclosing on the family farm. This puts puts them directly in the crosshairs of a foul-mouthed but honest Texas Ranger (Bridges) looking for one last moment of glory before he hangs up his hat.
- Garth Franklin
Taylor Sheridan has been on a hot streak lately when it comes to his screenplays. The actor-turned-writer received rave reviews for his intense and thought-provoking Sicario, which premiered at Cannes last year, and now he brings us his follow-up in the form of Hell or High Water, a feisty neo-western which has all the ingredients of a typical cops-and-robbers flick but surprisingly, also boasts a hefty amount of substance.
Rising British director David Mackenzie brings the same gritty energy here that he did to his acclaimed prison-drama Starred Up and does an effective job of making an unsettlingly violent and intelligent Western that fires on all cylinders.
On the surface, the story is a simple one. A desperate single father of two named Toby (Chris Pine) convinces his ex-con brother Tanner (Ben Foster) to help him rob a string of banks in order to pay off the mortgage to their »
- Luke Hearfield
David McKenzie’s Hell or High Water is a gritty, darkly humorous, and fiendishly violent neo-western. Or, in other words, the type of film you might expect from a non-American director working in the United States. It borrows heavily from the Coen brothers and Cormac McCarthy, but it does so very well, thanks largely to a terrific script from Taylor Sheridan, the red-hot actor-turned-screenwriter who broke onto the scene last year with Sicario. It might usher in a new chapter of the Cambridge-born director’s career having come back strong in 2013 directing an inspired Jack O’Connell in Starred Up. Indeed, this relocation to the States should go some way to explaining an enjoyably plastic impression of West Texas, where T-bone steaks are served only medium rare and people say things like, “Sideways don’t wanna meet me. Unless it wants to find itself at the short end of a long street. »
- Rory O'Connor
“Hell or High Water” is a thrillingly good movie — a crackerjack drama of crime, fear, and brotherly love set in a sun-roasted, deceptively sleepy West Texas that feels completely exotic for being so authentic. The film opens, as so many underworld sagas have, with a bank robbery: At a Texas Midlands branch in the middle of a flyspeck town, two guys in ski masks wave their guns around and grab the cash from behind the teller windows. One of them, it’s clear, is a wild boy who’s enjoying the robbery a little too much. As they race off in their getaway car, a sporty scuzz-mobile that seems to be advertising the fact that they’re crooks, we think we’re watching a pop genre movie about violent losers who are too reckless for their own good. But “Hell or High Water” settles into something quite different. Toby (Chris Pine »
- Owen Gleiberman
The Weinstein Company has picked up the U.S. rights to “Wind River,” the directorial debut for “Sicario” screenwriter Taylor Sheridan. The film stars “Captain America: Civil War” actors Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, as well as Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham. Renner and TWC are also collaborating on this year’s “The Founder” about McDonald’s Ray Kroc, costarring Michael Keaton. Also Read: Erik Lomis to Exit The Weinstein Company to Join Megan Ellison's Annapurna “Wind River” is about a rookie female FBI agent (played by Olsen) who teams up with a veteran and »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
The first trailer has debuted for Western drama Hell or High Water, which we have for you below along with the first poster for the film.
Directed by David Mackenzie (Starred Up), the film stars Jeff Bridges (True Grit) as a “foul-mouthed lawman out to solve the string of hold-ups perpetrated by brothers Tanner (Ben Foster), a hotheaded ex-con, and Toby (Chris Pine), a divorced father with no record.”
Katy Moxon (Eastbound And Down) and Gil Birmingham (Banshee) co-star in the film which is written by Sicario screenwriter Taylor Sheridan. The film is part of Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival.
A story about the collision of the Old and New West, two brothers — Toby (Chris Pine), a straight-living, divorced father trying to make a better life for his son; and Tanner (Ben Foster), a short-tempered ex-con with a loose trigger finger — come together to rob branch »
- Scott J. Davis
Just in time for its May 16 premiere at the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival, the first trailer of "Hell or High Water" has been released. Directed by David Mackenzie and written by "Sicario" scribe Taylor Sheridan, the modern action drama follows two brothers Toby (Chris Pine), described as a straight-living, divorced father trying to make a better life for his son, and Tanner (Ben Foster), a short-tempered ex-con, who team up to rob a bank to save their family's farm. Jeff Bridges plays an "almost retired" Texas ranger in pursuit of the crime doers. Gil Birmingham and Katy Mixon also co-star. Read More: First Look: Chris Pine and Jeff Bridges Face Off in New Images From Cannes Contender 'Hell or High Water' The film, previously known as "Comanchiera," is produced by Sidney Kimmel, Peter Berg, Carla Hacken and Julie Yorn and executive produced by Gigi Pritzker, »
- Liz Calvario
"A story about the collision of the Old and New West." CBS Films has debuted a trailer for the drama Hell or High Water, the latest film from David Mackenzie (who last made one of my favorites - Starred Up). Hell or High Water is premiering at the Cannes Film Festival this week, and will be out in Us theaters in just a few months. Ben Foster and Chris Pine star as two brothers who come together to rob a bank, but end up on the run being chased by Jeff Bridges as a relentless Texas Ranger. This definitely has the vibe of a western with some contemporary sensibilities. The full cast includes Katy Mixon, Kevin Rankin, Dale Dickey, Gil Birmingham, Marin Ireland and Melanie Papalia. This looks like solid - give it a watch. Here's the first trailer (+ poster) for David Mackenzie's Hell or High Water, in high »
- Alex Billington
Penned by Sheridan, the story follows a rookie FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) who teams up with a veteran local game tracker with a haunted past (Jeremy Renner) to investigate a murder on a remote Native American reservation in the hope of avenging the girl's death.
Asbille will play Natalie, an intelligent and independent woman at the center of the murder. Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham also star in the feature which is currently shooting in Utah. Basil Iwanyk, Peter Berg and Matthew George produce.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Deadline has the scoop, revealing that the Teen Wolf star joins an ensemble that already includes Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen in leading roles, flanked by The Walking Dead and Daredevil fan-favorite Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham.
Sheridan, meanwhile, takes point for his directorial debut after serving as screenwriter on Denis Villeneuve’s intense narcotics thriller, Sicario. Wind River represents a different kettle of fish, though maintains those core, thriller tenets.
Essentially, Sheridan’s feature places Olsen in the role of a rookie FBI agent who, after stumbling upon the death of a young girl, seeks help from a burned out veteran game tracker (Renner), who harbors a haunted past of his own that remains largely under wraps for the time being.
Together, the unlikely duo »
- Michael Briers
Exclusive: Teen Wolf‘s Kelsey Asbille is boarding Wind River, the feature directing debut of Sicario scribe Taylor Sheridan. She joins a cast that’s led by Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham also star in the feature that’s currently shooting in Utah. Penned by Sheridan, it follows a rookie FBI agent (Olsen) who teams up with a veteran local game tracker with a haunted past (Renner) to investigate a murder on a… »
Syfy has announced an April 18th premiere date for the thirteen-episode second season of its critically-acclaimed time-travel thriller series "12 Monkeys". Set to return is the likes of Aaron Stanford (James Cole), Amanda Schull (Dr. Cassandra Railly), Kirk Acevedo (Ramse), Emily Hampshire (Jennifer Goines), Barbara Sukowa (Katarina Jones) and Todd Stashwick (Deacon). [Source: Deadline
Jon Bernthal, Graham Greene, Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham are set to join Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen in "Sicario" scribe Taylor Sheridan's directorial debut "Wind River" for Thunder Road, Film 44 and Savvy Media Holdings. Basil Iwanyk, Peter Berg and Matthew George are producing and shooting has begun in Park City, Utah.
The story follows a rookie female FBI agent (Olsen) who teams up with a veteran local game tracker with a haunted past (Renner) to investigate a murder on a remote Native American reservation in the hope of avenging the girl's death. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
Fury and Daredevil star Jon Bernthal may have spent much of the past fortnight quelling rumors about a potential Marvel spinoff based on The Punisher, but there are other projects afoot for the actor, and Deadline is reporting that Bernthal has enlisted for Taylor Sheridan’s directorial debut, Wind River.
Also starring fellow Avengers Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, not to mention Graham Greene along with Julia Jones and Gil Birmingham of Twilight fame, today’s casting tidbit marks a reunion for Bernthal with Sheridan, who penned Denis Villeneuve’s intense white-knuckle ride Sicario late last year.
Residing in the thriller genre, Wind River places Olsen in the role of a rookie FBI agent who, after investigating the death of a young girl, seeks the help of a local veteran (Renner). Shouldering a tragedy of his own, Renner’s haunted game tracker agrees to search for answers on a remote Native American reservation. »
- Michael Briers
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