Matthew Vaughn returns to direct the sequel to the high-octane British spy film starring Taron Egerton and Colin Firth, featuring a lot of well-known new comers.
The first trailer for ‘Looper’ director’s Star Wars instalment provides a sample of the spectacle and scale you’d expect, with a brief glimpse of Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Adam Driver and Carrie Fisher in her final performance as the famed Princess Leia.
Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson gets his kit off in a telephone box as he struggles to get changed into his Deadpool costume in a spoof of the classic Superman movies.
There is more of Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller in the new trailer for James Gray’s story of British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) who, in 1925, disappeared with his son Jack (Tom Holland) in the Amazon while looking for an ancient fabled civilisation, which looks to be a tense action thriller in addition to being a historical biographical adventure.
The epic drama stars Hera Hilmar as Lillie, a strong-willed American woman who sets off to the Ottoman Empire with doctor Jude (Hartnett), but falls for her perceived enemy – a Turkish soldier (Huisman).
The new trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders’ live action film adaptation of the popular Japanese manga series offers a more detailed look at the surreal imagery and a veiled glimpse at Michael Pitt as the mysterious robotic Kuze.
The action packed psychological thriller also stars Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette, John Malkovich and Michael Douglas.
In this coming of age romantic drama Skarsgård plays Henry, a reclusive painter who suffers from a rare skin disease which means he must avoid sunlight. He lives his life in isolation in a small Southern American town, until a mysterious girl shows up.
The Polish-language adults only musical is about two murderous mermaid sisters, one who falls in love with a handsome guitarist, and the other who develops a taste for human flesh.
The final trailer for Disney’s live action reworking of the classic fairytale showcases a lot of the action that hasn’t yet been seen in previous trailers and debuts Ariana Grande and John Legend’s rendition of the iconic theme song.
One of Franco’s more meaningful projects, with a mammoth ensemble cast including 1 Academy Award winner and 5 Academy Award nominees, this epic drama about apple farmers who undergo a gruelling protest when their pay is halved is one to keep an eye on.
The sweeping drama/mystery which also stars Louis Garrel, follows the two sisters who travel to Paris performing as clairvoyants. They cross paths with a visionary French producer (Emmanuel Salinger) who promises to make them famous if they star in his films.
A worse for wear Logan (Jackman) must protect his surrogate daughter X-23, a female clone of Wolverine, from the robotic-handed villain Donald Pierce (Boyd Holbrook) in this action packed film set in a dystopian country America.
Also starring Kit Harington, this dark, tense, 2 and a half hour thriller set in a God fearing small town in the American Wild West is a serious contender for the best movies of 2017 top spot.
The biopic drama executive produced by Gus Van Sant sees ‘King Cobra’ director Justin Kelly re-cast James Franco as real life figure Michael Glatze, a gay youth activist who created a national controversy when he claimed to no longer be gay and became a straight Christian pastor.
The multi-screened video installation currently screening at the Art Gallery of New South Wales is being released as a 2 hour 10 minute feature film, premiering at Sundance Festival.
He bared his soul in his Academy Award winning performance in ‘Dallas Buyers Club’. Now he bares his backside in the new trailer for the part fun, part tense, large scale adventure about a middle-class American man who risks everything to try and find gold in the uncharted forest of Indonesia.
The new extended trailer for the erotic romance trilogy starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan gets a lot darker, revealing the people who wish harm upon the couple, and also gets a new theme tune by Zayn and Taylor Swift.
Antonio Campos, director of ‘Simon Killer’ casts Rebecca Hall as Christine Chubbuck, an American news reporter struggling with depression and professional frustrations who shot herself on live television in Florida, 1974.
The dramatic biopic directed by Chilean Pablo Larraín (Jackie) has been put forth as Chile’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards.
The film also stars John Cusack and Adrian Grenier who must save his brother who has been kidnapped by a hazardous crime boss (Cage) following a cocaine deal gone awry.
In a year where eight out of the top ten highest grossing movies at the world wide box office were sequels, prequels, reboots and remakes, of course they are rebooting Power Rangers, fronted by up-and-coming Australian actor Dacre Montgomery.
The big scale indie sci-fi thriller starring Sam Neill and fronted by Tom Payne follows a group of young students who discover the greatest scientific breakthrough of all time, a wireless neural network capable of linking the minds of every human being on Earth.
The historical action adventure produced by Brad Pitt stars Charlie Hunnam as a British Explorer whose obsession with discovering evidence of an ancient fabled civilisation sends him to the Amazon with his son (Tom Holland), culminating in their mysterious disappearance in 1925.
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.