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Best and most topical impression of Shia LaBeouf ever. Melissa McCarthy dons a paper bag, puts on her dancing Crocs, and looks set to make us laugh our asses off yet again in the first trailer released from upcoming summer comedy “Tammy.” McCarthy co-wrote this one with her husband and frequent co-star Ben Falcone, and he’s also making his directorial debut on this comedy about a woman who goes on a roadtrip with her grandma (Susan Sarandon) after losing her job and catching her husband cheating on her. At someRead More
Rebecca Hall and Kate Mara find themselves on opposites sides in a fight for the future of technology in the second, much more action-oriented trailer released today for Wally Pfister’s directorial debut “Transcendence.” Johnny Depp is at the center of it all as a scientist on the cutting edge of creating artificial intelligence, who’s gunned down by a member of the anti-technology group R.I.F.T., of which Mara’s character is also a member. Hall, married to Depp’s character and also a scientist, convinces their friend Paul Bettany to help her uploadRead More
Birder's Guide
The first trailer for Rob Meyer‘s coming-of-age dramedy “A Birder’s Guide To Everything” has debuted. Although it also features veteran British actor Ben Kingsley in a supporting role, we at Up and Comers are kinda more interested in the film’s four rising teenage stars: Kodi Smit-McPhee (“The Road”), Katie Chang (“The Bling Ring”), Alex Wolff (“The Naked Brothers Band”) and Michael Chen (“Children of Invention”). “A Birder’s Guide To Everything” follows David Portnoy (Smit-McPhee), a 15-year-old birding fanatic who struggles with the recent loss of his mother and the impendingRead More
Under the Skin
Scarlett Johansson‘s career is on all-time high lately. In addition to Spike Jonze’s Oscar-nominated futuristic romance “Her” and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut “Don Jon,” she stars in Jonathan Glazer‘s sci-fi thriller “Under the Skin,” which continues to create buzz in a mysterious new trailer released today. “Under the Skin” is based on a 2000 novel by Michel Faber and follows an alien femme fatale (played by Johansson) as she seduces and preys on lonely male hitchhikers in Scotland. The film, which made its way around the festival circuit last year,Read More
New psychological thriller “Two Faces of January” boasts that it’s from the producers of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” the author of “The Talented Mr. Ripley” and the writer of “Drive,” and judging from this first trailer out of the Berlin Film Festival, where it’s currently having its world premiere, influences of all three are clearly felt. Hossein Amini, who did indeed write “Drive,” makes his directorial debut here, with Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac and Kirsten Dunst playing each other (and us, probably) in a dangerous cat and mouse game asRead More
All of the names have all been changed, but by the looks of this trailer, Michael Winterbottom’s “The Face of an Angel” is definitely very closely based on the Amanda Knox murder trial. Daniel Bruhl and Kate Beckinsale take the lead roles here, as a journalist and documentary filmmaker, respectively, each covering the trial and the media circus surrounding it. Jessica and Elizabeth are the two girls taking the place of Amanda Knox and her murdered roommate Meredith Kercher here, two girls who look very similar but whose differing personalitiesRead More
Liam Neeson gets a little paranoid and Scoot McNairy gets the brunt of it in the first clip released from upcoming plane hijacking thriller “Non-Stop.” Not that he doesn’t have reason to be paranoid. An unknown assailant is aboard the flight and is taunting Neeson’s air marshal character that he will kill a passenger every 20 minutes until he’s given $150 million. McNairy’s character unfortunately, apparently unwittingly gives the wrong answer to a question posed by Neeson, and gets his arm almost wriggled off for his trouble. But he’ll probablyRead More
All the new trailers and commercials from the Superbowl will be added her as soon as they become available! Let’s kick things off with “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” ETA: The spots for “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ and “Need for Speed” have now been added. The newest spots will be on top.Read More
A year after they collaborated for “Prisoners,” Jake Gyllenhaal and Academy Award-nominated French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve (“Incendies“) have reteamed once more with the Toronto-set thriller “Enemy.” A new trailer for the film – which made its debut last year at the Toronto International Film Festival and raked in ten Canadian Screen Award nominations – has been unveiled today. Based on José Saramago’s 2002 novel “The Double,” “Enemy” follows Adam Bell (Gyllanhaal), an introverted History professor whose quiet life with his girlfriend (Melanie Laurent) meets an extraordinary twist when he encountersRead More