There’s a lot of good stuff in the new Avengers: Endgame trailer: new team unis; Hawkeye teaching his daughter(?) the gentle art of archery; a funeral (someone important enough for the Avengers to bear their coffin!); Rocket locked and loaded, and Captain Marvel getting the Asgardian seal of approval – plus the proverbial much, much more).
Pity the new poster is a generic ‘heroes looking into the sky with villain outlined in background’ piece (though at least they’re not all looking at the same piece of sky.
Warner Brothers is going hard with Shazam and showing their full confidence in the film by first giving Critics a chance to see the movie a full month before release, by now giving fans the chance to see the movie 2 weeks early. In an exclusive partnership with Fandango you can get tickets to see the film March 23rd. Go there now, I doubt it tickets will be available by the end of today.
Two sisters who suffered abuse as children at the hands of their sadistic father decide, after his death, to use witchcraft to bring his spirit back to get revenge. The witchcraft-centric horror film Blood Craft, featuring Dominique Swain (Face-Off), Dave Sheridan (The Devil’s Rejects), Mark Rolston (Aliens) and Twilight’s Michael Welch (The Final Wish) will be out April 9th.
Check out Welcome to Dreamland – a new featurette in which the film’s stars talk about the world Tim Burton has created for Disney’s live-action feature film Dumbo and share with your readers. Plus, tickets for the film are now available for advance purchase wherever movie tickets are sold.
The Wind explores an unseen evil as it haunts a homestead in a remote stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier – Lizzy Macklin is a tough, resourceful frontierswoman settling a remote stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier.
The Wind opens in theaters and On Demand on April 5th. The chilling trailer follow.
Emily Dickenson’s reputation as a recluse is totally unfounded. Wild Nights with Emily seeks to rectify that situation – it’s a ‘dramatic comedy’ that puts the idea that she was a ‘virginal retiring spinster’ to rest.
When Katherine Newberry – late night TV legend – is told this is her last season, because she’s ‘too old and too white,’ she goes all affirmative action and, lo and behold, Molly shows up in her previously all-male writers room.
But is Molly a case of too little, too late? Molly certainly doesn’t think so.
Amazon Studios’ Late Night will be in theaters on June 7th.