Han meets his one true love in the new Solo TV spot

What, you thought we meant Leia? No, we mean the longest and truest love of Han Solo’s life, the one girl he could never leave behind—the Millennium Falcon. In the dynamic new TV spot for Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover, stealing the show already) introduces Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) and his…

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What, you thought we meant Leia? No, we mean the longest and truest love of Han Solo’s life, the one girl he could never leave behind—the Millennium Falcon. In the dynamic new TV spot for Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover, stealing the show already) introduces Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) and his…

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Rebellion takes a violent toll in the new Westworld season 2 trailer

“Did you ever stop to wonder about your actions? The price you’d have to pay if there was a reckoning? …That reckoning is here.” With these words from Evan Rachel Woods’ Dolores, the action begins in what’s easily the darkest Westworld trailer yet.

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“Did you ever stop to wonder about your actions? The price you’d have to pay if there was a reckoning? ...That reckoning is here.” With these words from Evan Rachel Woods’ Dolores, the action begins in what’s easily the darkest Westworld trailer yet.

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The new film from the writer-director of It Follows gets a strangely comic trailer

The A.V. Club considers David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows a new classic, not just of the horror genre, but of cinema in general, a masterful display of formal ingenuity and raw psychological dread that feels timeless in its fears. Needless to say, we’ve been excited to see what Mitchell comes up with next.

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The A.V. Club considers David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows a new classic, not just of the horror genre, but of cinema in general, a masterful display of formal ingenuity and raw psychological dread that feels timeless in its fears. Needless to say, we’ve been excited to see what Mitchell comes up with next.

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Here’s a spooky trailer for Syfy’s adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers

Despite the success of Game Of Thrones, TV networks have been a bit slow to dig through the rest of George R.R. Martin’s literary works in hopes of finding something similarly adaptable. Finally, though, Syfy is here with a trailer for Nightflyers, an adaptation of Martin’s sci-fi/horror novella of the same name. The…

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Despite the success of Game Of Thrones, TV networks have been a bit slow to dig through the rest of George R.R. Martin’s literary works in hopes of finding something similarly adaptable. Finally, though, Syfy is here with a trailer for Nightflyers, an adaptation of Martin’s sci-fi/horror novella of the same name. The…

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Meet the dogs in this 5-minute Isle Of Dogs short

We saw a trailer for Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs way back in September, but for anyone looking to get to know these stop-motion animals a little bit better, Entertainment Weekly has shared a clip of the movie’s stars talking about their characters as their characters. In other words, the video has Bill Murray voicing…

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We saw a trailer for Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs way back in September, but for anyone looking to get to know these stop-motion animals a little bit better, Entertainment Weekly has shared a clip of the movie’s stars talking about their characters as their characters. In other words, the video has Bill Murray voicing…

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What do you get when you combine a luchador, a stolen kidney, and a horrible tattoo? The Lowlife trailer, of course

Last summer, we caught the world premiere of a brutally violent, yet frequently hilarious crime thriller at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, and said it “revives the post-Pulp Fiction boom of films with fractured timelines and multiple points of view revolving around a colorful crew of criminals,…

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Last summer, we caught the world premiere of a brutally violent, yet frequently hilarious crime thriller at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, and said it “revives the post-Pulp Fiction boom of films with fractured timelines and multiple points of view revolving around a colorful crew of criminals,…

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Lakeith Stanfield moves on up in Sorry To Bother You trailer

The sci-fi satire of Sorry To Bother You shook many a Sundance attendee, and now the trailer is making the rounds with the hoi polloi who have to wait until summer to see it in theaters.Read more…

The sci-fi satire of Sorry To Bother You shook many a Sundance attendee, and now the trailer is making the rounds with the hoi polloi who have to wait until summer to see it in theaters.

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