Ridley Scott’s sequel to Prometheus (2012) and prequel to the classic Alien trilogy looks like one of those rare sequels that is just as good as the original.
Villeneuve is further cementing his name as one of the greatest directors of our generation with the release of the first teaser for the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 classic, starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling.
Set in 1865, rural England, William Oldroyd’s harrowing feature follows a young woman who uses the aid of her servant lover to plot her husband’s murder and escape his violent marriage.
The first full trailer has been released for Christopher Nolan’s epic action / drama about 400,000 allied soldiers surrounded by the German army were evacuated during a bloody battle in World War II.
Tom Holland perfectly encapsulates the charismatic superhero in the comical trailer for the reboot of the Spider-Man franchise.
It’s humans vs. apes in the science fiction blockbuster directed by Matt Reeves, seeing the band of genetically evolved primates go head to head in an all-out war with humans to determine the fate of Earth’s ownership.
The king of the ‘man-film’ Michael Bay directs the fifth instalment of the Transformers franchise starring Mark Wahlberg and the trailer features the appropriate amount of explosions, gunshots and robots.
An ancient mummy played by Sofia Boutella is awakened, releasing her to spread her powerful malevolence over the modern world in the first of a series of reboots of the classic Universal Monster films.
The tongue-in-cheek sci-fi adventure is back for another romp and this time the gang help Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) travel the galaxy attempting to unravel the mystery of his true parentage.
Chilean director Pablo Larraín brings a unique point of view on the assassination of U.S President John F. Kennedy with a film about a woman suffering the grief of losing her husband.
LaBeouf’s portrayal of a U.S. Marine who struggles to return to reality following his tour in Afghanistan seems to be a more delicate, nuanced and meaningful performance than we are used to seeing from him in the trailer for Dito Montiel’s psychological suspense thriller.
Emory Cohen plays a grimy hit-man who, along with his stripper sidekick friend, offers to kill Tye Sheridan’s heartless stepfather in this thriller which tries a little too hard to be ‘cool’ with its unnecessary stylish flair.
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Ben Younger’s sports drama sees Miles Teller in his most transformative role yet as famed World Champion Boxer Vinny Pazienza, who is determined to fight again despite severe spinal injury.
French director Lucile Hadzihalilovic captures the dark beauty in a remote village that consists solely of young boys and nearly identical women who are up to some mysterious rituals on the beach at night.
The critically acclaimed director of The Orphanage brings to life the children’s novel about a young boy who invents a monster to help him cope with his problems.
A ‘passion project’ for the powerhouse director in the works for 25 years, ‘Silence’ stars Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield as two Jesuit priests who venture to Japan in search of their missing mentor Liam Neeson at a time where Christianity is condemned and punishable.
James Mangold directs the third film based on Wolverine set in the near future starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Boyd Holbrook.
Hollywood royalty Robert Zebecks directs a thriller set amidst World War II, where Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard work undercover to infiltrate high ranking Nazis, but one of them may be a double agent.
The director of ‘The Imitation Game’ brings us a romantic thriller about two passengers on a voyage to another planet who are awoken from their hibernation pods 90 years too early and must try to escape the spaceship.
The first sequence in the Harry Potter spin-off series which targets an older audience reunites much of the original crew, being directed by David Yates based on a screenplay written by J. K. Rowling herself.
Director Bill Condon has stayed very true to Disney’s animated classic fairy tale in the modern live action reworking with Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast.
The director’s follow up to ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ is set in the near future in an overpopulated, technologically advanced city in Japan that is home to a human/computer hybrid (Johansson) who sets out to fight a dangerous hacker.
The Academy Award winning director’s new film, telling of a young war hero who returns home to the United States, is the first in film history to be shot at 120 frames per second. But doesn’t a spectacular technical feat deserve an equally spectacular story?
The sophisticated craftsmanship in the trailer for Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut sets it up as one of the finest films of the year.