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It started with a trip to the press office to pick up your badge, now conveniently located in the far corner of your living room. On the way out, you run into some fellow critics and ask about what...

As town names go, Knockemstiff is something of a knockout. It’s evocative, to be sure: a pulpy heartland-gothic handle as evocative as the wizened and instantly recognizable face of an aged character...

“When’s it happening?” asks Jonathan (Anson Boon), a teenager getting antsy at a family gathering. His parents, Jennifer (Kate Winslet) and Michael (Rainn Wilson), shoot him a STFU glare. “Soon,”...

Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz’s Antebellum begins where you can rightly expect a film with a title this brash to begin: on a plantation. This is the kind of movie that makes a point of throwing...

In the trailer for horror-thriller film Synchronic, New Orleans paramedics Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) head to several calls, which appear on the surface as accidents, though...

Cuties director Maïmouna Doucouré defended her film, and reaffirmed her intent and the film’s meaning, in an op-ed for The Washington Post. As Doucouré explains Cuties — originally released...

With the election approaching and protests breaking out across America, Netflix has dropped the trailer for The Trial of the Chicago 7, out October 16th on the streaming platform. The film, directed...

There’s a lie at the heart of Rodd Rathjen’s Buoyancy, and that lie is freedom. It’s a fantasy spun by capital: that a boy might be free to leave his family, forego the confined and overdetermined...

The cast of The Princess Bride, one of the best movies of all time (no hyperbole), reunited Sunday night to perform a table read in support of the Wisconsin Democratic Party. From Cary Elwes’ Westley...

Rami Malek explains what makes his new James Bond villain Safin so evil in a new teaser for No Time to Die, which is set to open November 20th. The new clip doesn’t offer too many details about...

From Timothée Chalamet’s sci-fi adventure to Lily James’ haunted love affair – your week in movie trailers. ...

A mystical dagger makes life amusing, difficult and frightening for Vince Vaughn in the trailer for Freaky, out November 13th. Vaughn stars as the Blissfield Butcher, an infamous serial killer. Millie...

Diana Rigg — the celebrated British actress with roles in Game of Thrones, The Avengers and the James Bond flick On Her Majesty’s Secret — died Thursday, September 10th, the BBC reports. She...

Jason Scott Lee discusses his intense training regimen for Mulan, the lessons he learned from playing Bruce Lee and more in the latest installment of Rolling Stone’s The First Time. In the new live-action...

Adam Sandler is a Halloween obsessive tasked with solving a string of mysterious disappearances in the first trailer for Hubie Halloween, a “family friendly” comedy arriving on Netflix on October...

In the timeline originally scheduled for 2020, press from far and wide would be descending into the Great White North right about now, ready to consume massive amounts of poutine and dig into a lot...

Hulu has released a new trailer for its upcoming documentary on climate activist Greta Thunberg, I Am Greta, which will arrive on the streaming service November 13th. The film offers a detailed look...

Lily James grapples with her husband’s haunted past in Rebecca, out October 21st on Netflix. Based on the 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier, the trailer features a young woman (James) getting swept...

The trailer for Dune — the latest adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science-fiction epic — has finally arrived. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, the film is out on December 18th. Set to a cover...

Here’s what Cuties, the debut feature from French-Senegalese filmmaker Maïmouna Doucouré, is: the story of an 11-year-old named Amy (Fathia Youssouf) who’s stuck watching her family fall apart...