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The trailer for “Queen of Katwe” was released today. Disney provided viewers with a glimpse at the inspirational story of a young girl who finds a very unique dream. “Queen of Katwe” centers on Harriet Mutesi, played by Lupita Nyong’o, and her daughter Phiona (Madina Nalwanga). Their family makes due with very little, but Phiona discovers she is a chess prodigy who goes on to become a world champion. David Oyelowo also stars as Robert Katende, a missionary who begins the chess program Phiona takes. The film’s cast is filled with many non-acting children,Read More
Today sees the release of the first full length clip for John Krokidas’ “Kill Your Darlings“, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Ben Foster and Dane DeHaan and one of the few films left of 2013 that I am truly anticipating! “Kill Your Darlings” throws us into the world of Allen Ginsburg (Radcliffe), Lucien Carr (DeHaan), William Burroughs (Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston), who met at Columbia University in the 1940s and began to explore the dark underbelly of New York City at the same time as they were slowly becoming theRead More
Brutality, confusion and conspiracy are front and center in today’s release of the red band trailer for Spike Lee‘s “Oldboy“, a remake of Park Chan-Wook’s Korean thriller. Starring Josh Brolin, Sharlto Copley, Elizabeth Olsen, and Nate Parker, “Oldboy” follows Brolin’s Joseph Doucet, an advertising executive who wakes up to find himself kidnapped and hidden away in one room. For the next twenty years he watches the outside world continue via one television screen – including news footage linking him to his ex-wife’s murder. When he finally awakens one day inRead More
The words “inspired, beautiful, devastating” are used to full effect in this first trailer for Drake Doremus’s “Breathe In“, taking us on a roller-coaster of emotion. Starring Felicity Jones, Guy Pearce and Amy Ryan, “Breathe In” follows Pearce’s high-school music teacher who lives in a small upstate New York town, who is tempted away from his marriage by a British exchange student (Jones), altering her host family’s lives forever. Mackenzie Davis also stars as Pearce’s daughter. Doremus also wrote the script along with Ben York Jones. It looks to beRead More
It’s been seven months since we saw the first trailer for the big screen adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” so it’s a little disappointing that today’s newly released international trailer doesn’t really give us anything new to discuss. Lily Collins stars in Harold Zwart‘s adaptation as Clary Fray, a fifteen year old human whose world is turned upside down when she discovers she can see supernatural beings and crosses paths with the Shadowhunters, other gifted humans who hunt and kill demons. She soon meets herRead More
With Zack Snyder’s “Man Of Steel” only a week away from release, anticiptation couldn’t be any higher. But if a “dreamy, blurry and sweepingly epic” trailer didnt sweep you away, or an action-packed, three minute long trailer featuring all the most important people in Superman’s life didn’t bring a shiver to your spine, then we’re not sure if there’s any hope for you. But just in case, here’s one last trailer. Starring Henry Cavill as Superman, one of DC’s most iconic superheroes, this final trailer has little dialogue but aRead More
Gearing up for next week’s premiere at Cannes Film Festival, today sees the release of a red band trailer for the Coen brothers “Inside Llewyn Davis”. There aren’t many new scenes in this new video compared to the trailer we received back in Janaury, just the expected cussing, but the tone begins to feels more melancholic towards the end before finishing with the same scene as the earlier trailer – Oscar Isaac gathering the courage to perform for a nightclub owner. Also starring Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Justin Timberlake andRead More
Saoirse Ronan and Alexis Bledel make the most of stereotypes in this first trailer for new pic “Violet And Daisy” – before swiftly turning them on their heads. Bledel plays Violet, best friend of Ronan’s Daisy, and the two are teenage assassins, using their youth and femininity to make their way into the lives of people they are soon to kill. With no cares except for the fact that a concert by their favorite pop idol Barbie Sunday has suddenly been canceled, they are determined to raise cash in orderRead More
“Toy’s House” was a title that was on everyone’s lips after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, but because of its cast of unknowns, it didn’t land on my radar until I got a chance to see it for myself recently, and now that I have, let me tell you: put this one on your radar. Now titled “The Kings of Summer”, the charming, offbeat coming of age comedy, the feature directorial debut of Jordan Vogt-Roberts, features breakthrough turns by Nick Robinson and Gabriel Basso asRead More
With a great cast, a classic tale and an incredible director, our excitement for the hotly anticipated 3D adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” has always been high. Over the last few months the excitement has really ramped up, thanks to images and trailers showcasing everything we love about director Baz Luhrmann, but today’s trailer really delivers – and now we can’t wait for it’s premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Huge fans of Luhrmann, we’re so pleased to see his trademark over-stylised direction, with lush coloursRead More