The new trailer for the upcoming film titled Third Person, a romantic drama directed by Paul Haggis, stars Liam Neeson, who heads an all-star cast including James Franco, Mila Kunis, Olivia Wilde, Adrien Brody, Kim Basinger and Maria Bello. Writer/director Paul Haggis was the co-writer and director of Crash (2004),
Based on Gillian Flynn‘s massive 2012 novel of the same name, the first trailer for David Fincher‘s Gone Girl has debuted, and it looks every bit as creepy as the source material. Set to Elvis Costello‘s She, the trailer finds Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck, looking like that career renaissance will
Fans of The Sopranos’ James Gandolfini are likely to be interested in The Drop, the final movie Gandolfini made before he died unexpectedly last summer. Judging by the trailer, it looks like he will be playing the type of character he played best: a soft spoken Mafioso. This time though,
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn tells Henry’s story as he races against the clock to redeem himself with 90 minutes left before he dies.
Into the Storm trailer looks like a mix of Sharknado and Twister. And yet, I really want to see it when it comes out!
Earth to Echo is the story of a group of precocious kids who discover and befriend an alien life form and decide to protect it from some pushy, government agency adults. They soon discover people on Earth can be a lot more frightening than any alien. Sound familiar? It probably
Paul Osborne‘s new film, Favor, is an original take on the strength of friendship – at least in the sense that most friendship films do not deal with disposing of a body. There are few tests better to accurately judge the strength of a friendship, right? Just be happy you’re
In The Art of the Steal, a new film written and directed by the Canadian Jonathan Sobol, Kurt Russell reprises his role of a stunt driver.
Hateship Loveship, starring Kristen Wiig, features a group of people who all share a similar sense of loneliness.
Are you ready for a good laugh? Well, here it is, courtesy of the upcoming flick Cuban Fury. This plot follows the typical “boy meets beautiful girl, boy needs to sweep her off her feet” plot, but with a twist. Bruce, played by funnyman Nick Frost, aims to win the