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    Universal Drops a Full Trailer for ‘News of the World’

    Universal Pictures dropped the first full trailer today for its highly anticipated Christmas release, News of the World, starring Tom Hanks and directed by Paul Greengrass. The movie marks the reunion of Hanks and Greengrass, who last worked together on their 2013 Best Picture-nominated Captain Phillips. In the first Western in Hanks’ long career, he plays a […] More

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    ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Gets a Beautiful Teaser Trailer

    Disney Animation Studios have released the teaser trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon, the studio’s first full-length feature film since Frozen II. Following in the new Disney tradition of featuring female heroes as the centerpiece of their family-friendly films, Raya and the Last Dragon tells the story of Raya, a warrior princess who must attempt to restore peace […] More

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    ‘The Life Ahead’ Trailer Puts Sophia Loren Back in the Oscar Race

    Italian national treasure and movie icon Sophia Loren returns to the silver screen in her first feature film since 2009’s Nine, starring in The Life Ahead, directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti. Early buzz on this film indicates that the 86-year-old Loren, who was the first actor to win an Oscar for a non-English language performance 58 […] More

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    Trailer for ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ Suggests Another Awards Player from Netflix

    Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are slowly working their way through film adaptations of all twelve plays in legendary playwright August Wilson’s Century Cycle, which chronicle the black experience in America in the 20th century.  Washington and Davis starred in Fences in 2016, which won Davis her first Oscar (for Best Supporting Actress), and now the two are […] More

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    ‘Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You’ Gets a New Trailer

    AppleTV+ continues its impressive buildup of content as the newest player in the now-crowded streaming world released its trailer for Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You, its behind-the-scenes look at the making of the legendary rock band Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s new album, which will be premiering on the service on October 23. The […] More

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    Disney to Focus More on Streaming in a Major Corporate Reshuffling

    In another sign that Hollywood is really nervous about how long it will take audiences to feel comfortable going back to theaters, The Walt Disney Company announced a broad structural reorganization of its entertainment arm, placing a renewed emphasis on the company’s streaming services, such as Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+. Disney will be consolidating its […] More

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    ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ and his First Trailer

    20th Century Studios celebrated National Coming Out Day by debuting the trailer for the musical drama Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, from first-time director Jonathan Butterell, which is set to be released in theaters on February 26, 2021. Based on the 2017 British musical which was inspired by the 2011 BBC documentary, Jamie: Drag Queen at 16, Everybody’s Talking About […] More

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    28th Hamptons International Film Festival Award Winners Announced!

    The 28th Hamptons International Film Festival announced its competition award winners today. This is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection, directed by Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, an expressionistic elegy for a small town in the enclaved country of Lesotho in South Africa, won Best Narrative Feature, and Collective (Colectiv), directed by Alexander Nanau, a highly-acclaimed investigation of a deadly Bucharest […] More

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    ‘Promising Young Woman’ Gets a Very Promising New Trailer

    Female revenge movies are not a direct result of the #MeToo culture that has rightfully woken up American society in the past couple of years, but there does seem to be a slightly different flavor to these films now. In recent films about female empowerment and independence, like Hustlers, The Assistant, and Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, just […] More

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    Theaters Lose Their ‘Soul’ as the Pixar Film Goes to Disney+

    Disney has been hit hard during the pandemic. 2019 was the biggest year ever for the multi-platformed studio, and 2020 took nearly all the wind out of their kingdom’s sails, especially theatrical releases and parks. But there is one branch of the Disney empire that could be their saving grace. By pure luck of timing, […] More

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    ‘Wolfwalkers’ Trailer Suggests Another Best Animated Feature Contender

    One of the biggest genres to suffer from the loss of summer movies in 2020 is animation. Considering the public’s reluctance to go back to theaters, especially with their children, it’s no surprise the number of animated films sticking with a 2020 release date has dwindled to single digits. But one animated film that is […] More

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