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Anne Hathaway in First Teaser Trailer for Nacho Vigalondo's 'Colossal'

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"You ever notice how it keeps destroying everything in its path, but it never looks down." A teaser trailer has debuted for a fun sci-fi thriller from eccentric Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo, of the cult hit Timecrimes previously. His latest is a film called Colossal, a metaphorical action thriller starring Anne Hathaway. The concept is odd in that she basically becomes a giant monster that terrorizes Seoul, South Korea. You just need to see the trailer to get an idea, or you just need to go see the film and have a blast. The cast includes Dan Stevens, Jason Sudeikis, Tim Blake Nelson, Austin Stowell, Rukiya Bernard, and Agam Darshi. This premiered at festivals last year, but is also playing at Sundance this month. Enjoy. Here's the first international teaser trailer for Nacho Vigalondo's Colossal, direct from YouTube: Gloria (Hathaway) is a hard partying New York scene girl who »

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First Trailer for UK Thriller 'City of Tiny Lights' Featuring Riz Ahmed

18 hours ago

"People call me a snoop. They call me a lot worse. Broken marriages, missing kids. Nothing major, just the sacred and profane." An official UK trailer has arrived online for an indie film titled City of Tiny Lights, a "Scorsese-like" crime thriller about a private eye in London. Riz Ahmed (seen in Rogue One and Jason Bourne) plays Tommy Akhtar, who takes on a seemingly straight-forward missing person's case only to get pulled deeper into the underbelly of modern London. The full cast includes Billie Piper, Cush Jumbo, Hannah Rae, Roshan Seth, and James Floyd. This is from the same director of Dredd, a movie which I was very fond of. The film played at the Toronto and London Film Festivals last year, and it looks pretty damn good. Plus, Riz Ahmed is awesome and it's great to see him in a strong lead role. Take a look below. Here's »

- Alex Billington

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Second Trailer for 'Power Rangers' Movie Brings Together a New Team

19 hours ago

"It's Morphin' time!" Lionsgate has debuted a second trailer for their new Power Rangers movie, directed by Dean Israelite (Project Almanac). This definitely looks like a lot like Chronicle with a bit of Iron Man, but instead of a billionaire engineer, we have five high school kids who end up gaining superpowers and stepping into colorful sci-fi suits. The cast is lead by: Naomi Scott as The Pink Ranger, Becky G. as The Yellow Ranger, Ludi Lin as The Black Ranger, Rj Cyler as The Blue Ranger, and Dacre Montgomery as The Red Ranger. Also starring Bryan Cranston as Zordon, Bill Hader as the voice of Alpha 5, Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa, as well as David Denman, Sarah Grey, Emily Maddison, and Caroline Cave. This actually looks more entertaining than I was expecting, but I'm still not sure if it's going to be any good. Here's the second official trailer »

- Alex Billington

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Official Us Trailer for Polish Docu-Drama 'All These Sleepless Nights'

21 hours ago

"Blurs the line between documentary and fiction like few films before it." The Orchard has released a trailer for a film from last year's Sundance Film Festival, titled All These Sleepless Nights, a Polish docu-drama about the wild lives of carefree youngsters growing up in Poland. The film follows students Kris (Krzysztof Baginski) and Michal (Michal Huszcza) across two summers in Warsaw, who experience life to the limit spending all night at clubs and parties around the city. Described by The Film Stage as "a music-filled ode to the ever-shifting bliss and angst of youth", this seems like a mesmerizing portrait of what life is like growing up in Europe in this day and age. This trailer is amazing, I'm totally into this and really, really want to see it. Here's the official Us trailer (+ poster) for Michal Marczak's All These Sleepless Nights, from YouTube: A new era is coming, »

- Alex Billington

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Must Watch: Final Trailer for James Mangold's 'Logan' Wolvie Movie

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"She's like you. Very much like you." 20th Century Fox has unveiled a final, incredible full-length trailer for James Mangold's Logan, the final Wolverine movie starring Hugh Jackman as the mutant superhero. Logan is set in 2024 on the Mexican border, following an aging Wolverine and Professor X, played again by Patrick Stewart, as they struggle with mental issues. Also starring Boyd Holbrook, Doris Morgado, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Stephen Merchant and Eriq La Salle, along with Dafne Keen as the young mutant known as X-23. This is Jackman's 9th time playing Wolverine, commonly known as Logan though his original name is James Howlett. This looks seriously badass and gritty and awesome and emotional. I'm excited to catch the film at its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival next month. Until then, fire this up. Here's the final official trailer (+ poster) for James Mangold's Logan, direct from Fox's YouTube: And »

- Alex Billington

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Fun Disney Video Connecting the Easter Eggs in All of Pixar's Movies

18 January 2017 10:15 PM, PST

"Oh my spurs! You ain't never seen Easter eggs like these, partner." Disney has posted a new video on the official Toy Story Facebook page that highlights all of the hidden references in Pixar's movies. Pixar always hides a character from their next movie in each new movie, and this video shows each one of those - starting with Finding Dory. Some other websites are claiming this means the Pixar movies do share a "connected universe", but that's complete nonsense. This is just a fun video showing Pixar's Easter Eggs that finally reveals all of them and connects them to the previous movie. And now I want to go watch all of these again. Pixar Easter EggsOh my spurs! You ain't never seen Easter eggs like these, partner. »

- Alex Billington

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Watch: Emrhys Cooper in First Trailer for Bhutanese Film 'Kushuthara'

18 January 2017 8:28 PM, PST

"You don't seem happy. I'm just worried about you." A trailer has debuted for a charming new film titled Kushuthara, a rare romantic drama from the tiny Himalayan country Bhutan. Historically, the Bhutanese film industry has looked east for inspiration, modelling itself on the films of Bollywood. Kushuthara is one of the first films to be made in a more western style, with a storyline that draws on Buddhist spirituality. Emrhys Cooper, the first western actor to appear in a Bhutanese film, stars with Kezang Wangmo, and Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuck (who appeared in Seven Years in Tibet). The dialogue is very cheesy, but I must admit there's a charm to it that makes me want to see it anyway. Plus, I totally love the Himayalas. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Karma Deki's Kushuthara, direct from YouTube: One single thread, as if lost in the woven cloth, weaves together »

- Alex Billington

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New Festival Trailer for Ry Russo-Young's Time Loop Film 'Before I Fall'

18 January 2017 7:38 PM, PST

"It wasn't a dream. It really happened. Again." Open Road Films has also debuted a new Sundance trailer for the sci-fi film Before I Fall, from filmmaker Ry Russo-Young, which is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival next week. Adapted from Lauren Oliver's novel of the same name, this time loop story involves a high school teenager - played by Zoey Deutch - who ends up dying at the end of the night, only to wake up and restart the same day, which gives her a chance to "question just how perfect her life really was." The cast includes Halston Sage, Jennifer Beals, Logan Miller, G. Hannelius, Elena Kampouris, Diego Boneta and Alyssa Lynch. This still looks like a cheesy Ya movie, but I'm hoping there's something more to it, even just smart lessons to learn, or else why would it play at Sundance. Only time will tell. Take a look. »

- Alex Billington

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Another Trailer for Autobahn Action Film 'Collide' with Nicholas Hoult

18 January 2017 7:16 PM, PST

"We've all got our reasons to crazy, reckless things in life..." Open Road Films has debuted another new trailer for the action thriller Collide, starring superstar actors Nicholas Hoult and Felicity Jones. This film was supposed to be released last August (see the first trailer here), but after generating pretty much no buzz they delayed it until this February. I'm still not interested, and this still looks as generic and bland as it did before, even with a great cast. Besides Hoult and Jones, this also stars Anthony Hopkins (as a mob boss) and Ben Kingsley (looking wacko), plus Nadia Hilker and Clemens Schick. The story is about an American backpacker caught up in a drug smuggling ring while trying to pull off a heist, taking him "on the run from his employers across Munich's high-speed Autobahn." Of course it's all about the action. Enjoy. Here's the newest trailer (+ international »

- Alex Billington

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Looking Back: Alex's Top 10 Favorite Films of 2016 - In 'La La' Love

18 January 2017 12:58 PM, PST

"Without love, what reason is there for anything?" What a year. Admittedly, it's always a challenge for me to put together a Top 10 list, just because there's never enough time to watch (and rewatch) everything. That said, I fell head-over-heels in love with a number of movies in 2016 and it was easy to put them on this list. I learned so much from my Favorite Films of 2016. Paterson taught me to love poetry (and write some of my own). La La Land reminded me that dancing is the key to life, and jazz is awesome. Captain Fantastic taught me to always seek the truth. Pete's Dragon reminded me that sometimes we must believe in magic. I'm invigorated by how much movies often affect me, and the more emotional I get, the more I love them. For my Top 12 of 2015 list, topped by George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road and »

- Alex Billington

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Watch: New Trailer for Greg McLean's Thriller 'The Belko Experiment'

18 January 2017 12:52 PM, PST

"We are not going to entertain the option of killing people." Bh Tilt + Orion have released a second trailer for the horror-thriller film The Belko Experiment, which premiered at Tiff last year. Here's the concept: a corporate high-rise building is locked down and the workers are forced to play a game of "kill or be killed". Directed by Greg McLean (of Wolf Creek), written by James Gunn (of Guardians of the Galaxy), starring John Gallagher Jr, Michael Rooker, Tony Goldwyn, Adria Arjona, John C. McGinley, Melonie Diaz, Owain Yeoman, Sean Gunn, Brent Sexton, and Josh Brener. This is much better than the first trailer, and I'm still looking forward to seeing it. Going to be dark and violent and totally wicked. Have fun. Here's the second trailer (+ poster) for Greg McLean's The Belko Experiment, direct from YouTube: You can still watch the first red band trailer for The Belko Experiment here, »

- Alex Billington

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First Trailer for Charlie McDowell's New Sundance Film 'The Discovery'

18 January 2017 10:42 AM, PST

"There goes my heart..." Netflix has debuted a teaser trailer for Charlie McDowell's The Discovery, just a few days before this film premieres at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. This film is listed as one of my most anticipated of the festival, and that doesn't change after seeing this teaser trailer, I'm still very excited for it. Jason Segel and Rooney Mara star, along with Robert Redford, in this film about a world where the afterlife is scientifically proven. The two reconnect and look back over their life and choices while the rest of the world struggles with the choice to kill themselves to "get there" or remain alive. This is a fantastic trailer - I love the music, and it sets up some seriously powerful moments. Can't wait to see this. Here's the first official trailer for Charlie McDowell's The Discovery, direct from Netflix's »

- Alex Billington

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Another New Trailer for Ricky Gervais' 'David Brent: Life On The Road'

17 January 2017 11:03 PM, PST

"On the road is where I really come alive." Netflix has released an official Us trailer for Ricky Gervais' new film David Brent: Life of the Road, which is finally being prepped for release in February on Netflix. The film follows Gervais' character from "The Office" series, David Brent, who has now turned to the life of being a rockstar in a band called "Foregone Conclusion". Hilarity ensues. The cast includes Tom Bennett, Jo Hartley, Mandeep Dhillon and Rebecca Gethings. We've previously featured a few different UK trailers for this, but if you are still curious, here's another one made for the upcoming Us release. This is probably only for die-hard fans of Gervais or "The Office", but check it out below. Not many laughs from me. Here's the official Us trailer for Ricky Gervais' David Brent: Life of the Road, from Netflix's YouTube: A camera »

- Alex Billington

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First Trailer for Netflix's Film 'Girlfriend's Day' Starring Bob Odenkirk

17 January 2017 2:20 PM, PST

"I hate optimistic people. They bum me out with their upbeat attitude." Netflix has unveiled a trailer for a dark comedy called Girlfriend's Day, co-written by and starring Bob Odenkirk as a greeting card writer. The wacky plot involves Odenkirk getting entangled in a web of murder and deceit as writers vie to create the perfect card for a new holiday: Girlfriend's Day. It's described as a "clever and quirky story about love, loss and the worst place to get a paper cut." The full cast includes Amber Tamblyn, Natasha Lyonne, Ed Begley Jr, Stacy Keach, Rich Sommer, June Diane Raphael, Andy Richter, Stephanie Courtney and Echo Kellum. This looks much darker and weirder than expected, but I'm not so sure about this one. Here's the trailer (+ poster) for Michael Paul Stephenson's Girlfriend's Day, from Netflix's YouTube: Ever wonder who penned the perfect words to the Mother's Day card you sent last year? »

- Alex Billington

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New Trailer for Woody Harrelson's 'Wilson', Premiering at Sundance

17 January 2017 1:54 PM, PST

"I'm just lucky I figured it out a long time ago: life is lonely, and miserable." Fox Searchlight has revealed a second official trailer for the indie comedy Wilson, starring Woody Harrelson as the character Wilson, from the director of The Skeleton Twins. This is premiering at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival next week. Harrelson plays a "lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged man reunites with his estranged wife and meets his teenage daughter for the first time." The cast includes Laura Dern (who looks awesome), Judy Greer, Cheryl Hines, Shaun Brown, David Warshofsky and Isabella Amara. This looks fun, and oddly charming at the same time, and I'm looking forward to checking it out at Sundance soon. Enjoy. Here's the new green band (see the red band) trailer for Craig Johnson's Wilson, direct from YouTube: Woody Harrelson stars as Wilson, a lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged misanthrope who »

- Alex Billington

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First Trailer for Cheesy 'E.T. Meets Pixar' Kids Movie 'My Pet Dinosaur'

17 January 2017 11:41 AM, PST

Making friends is easy, keeping them is impossible... What in the heck is this? A trailer has debuted for an Australian kids adventure movie titled My Pet Dinosaur, which is literally being pitched as "E.T. meets Pixar". The story is about a boy who befriends a dinosaur, that is actually a creation of a military experiment gone wrong. But as they grow closer, he does his best to keep him safe and prevent it from being captured. Seems more like The Iron Giant than Pixar. Starring Jordan Dulieu, Annabel Wolfe, Christopher Gabardi, Tiriel Mora, Harrison Saunders, David Roberts, and Joanne Samuel. This is made by a VFX supervisor, so he knows how to make it all seem realistic, but that doesn't make up for the cheesiness. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Matt Drummond's My Pet Dinosaur, originally from THR: Short description: A troubled town is plunged »

- Alex Billington

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Check Out This Mesmerizing Trailer for A24's Sci-Fi Short Film 'Toru'

16 January 2017 9:32 PM, PST

In our near future. Over the weekend, A24 debut a mysterious teaser trailer for an untitled film - without any information or details about what it is or what it's for or anything. After some sneaky investigation, The Film Stage discovered that the trailer is actually for a short film playing at Sundance 2017 called Toru. The footage has a sci-fi edge to it and shows the life of a baby living in a futuristic Japan. Early speculation was that this might be Shane Carruth's new sci-fi film, but apparently not. It's actually a very unique short about sci-fi tech that allows a baby to experience a full life in a matter of days. Some are speculating that maybe A24 is developing a feature, or just releasing the short, either way they've definitely got our attention. Here's the first trailer for Jonathan Minard & Scott Rashap's short film Toru, direct »

- Alex Billington

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Sundance 2017: The 10 Most Anticipated Films We Can't Wait to See

16 January 2017 1:58 PM, PST

Back to Sundance we go for another year of discovery. What's on the line-up this year? Out of the 120+ films showing at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, I've chosen 10 that I'm looking forward to seeing the most. To keep things well balanced, I've chosen 5 feature films and 5 documentaries from the line-up. There are so many films playing at the fest, and so many I'll end up seeing (30+), that this is a quick list to get everyone acquainted with some of the work premiering in 2017 (and why I'm so excited for these). From docs about free speech and doping, to features about life after death. Nothing like watching movies in the mountains. This is my 11th year in a row returning to Sundance, starting back in 2007. I'm so excited to be attending Sundance once again, and can't wait to dive into the films more than anything, there's so many I am excited »

- Alex Billington

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Official UK Trailer for Horror 'A Dark Song' Starring Catherine Walker

16 January 2017 1:26 PM, PST

"Don't open the door! Don't cross the line!" An official UK trailer has debuted for the indie horror thriller titled A Dark Song, from Irish/Welsh filmmaker Liam Gavin. The horror story follows a determined young woman grieving over the loss of her young son, who reaches out to an occultist with experience in an ancient invocation ritual that she believes might allow her to make contact with her deceased child. Catherine Walker stars as Sophia, with a cast including Mark Huberman, Susan Loughnane and Steve Oram. This played at Fantastic Fest and the London Film Festival, and looks like a very creepy thriller. Take a look. Here's the first official UK trailer for Liam Gavin's A Dark Song, direct from YouTube (via Tfs): A determined young woman (Catherine Walker) and a damaged occultist risk their lives and souls to perform a dangerous ritual that threatens to blur the boundaries between this world, »

- Alex Billington

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Watch: French Sci-Fi Short 'The Edge' From Director Simon Saulnier

16 January 2017 12:02 PM, PST

A forest, a symbol, a dream of humanity. Fire up this fantastic French sci-fi short film titled The Edge, from director Simon Saulnier. After playing at film festivals throughout 2015 and 2016, the short has finally arrived online. The Edge is a contained sci-fi story following the journey of a young girl tracking down the thieves who stole from her something she cares about. It runs about 13 minutes, but is worth watching for the impressive attention to detail and the compelling, mysterious story of a renegade woman. The score by Alex Cortès (Eden Log, Martyrs, Arès) is also stellar. This might be one of the best shorts we'll see this year. Short description for The Edge from Vimeo: "In a close future, in a forest where reigns anarchy, a young girl launches a journey to track down the thieves who took her what she care the most." The Edge is directed by French filmmaker Simon Saulnier, »

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