In the midst of the Cold War, Brooklyn insurance lawyer James Donovan was recruited by the American government to travel to East Berlin and negotiate the exchange of a captured Russian spy and a captured American U-2 pilot.
Bridge of Spies is the story of James Donovan’s step from total obscurity to the front lines of the Cold War. It stars Tom Hanks as Donovan and is directed by Steven Spielberg and will premiere on October 22nd. Check out the film’s first trailer after the jump.
Warner Bros.’ The Intern stars Anne Hathaway as Jules, a woman who has created a company that – in a year-and-a-half – has blossomed from her home to a cool office in a prestigious building and has 250 employees.
Ben is a 70-year old retiree with ‘a hole in my life that I need to fill. Soon.’ After Mandarin lessons, learning to cook and even trying his hand at keeping plants alive, he winds up as Jules’ new intern.
Nancy Meyers’ new film The Intern, opens on September 25th. Check out its new trailer following the jump.
Watching LeBron James improvise on a basketball court can be a thing of beauty, but who’d have believed he was as quick with line improvs in front of a movie camera?
The truth is, he held his own with two improv masters – Amy Schumer and Bill Hader – during the filming of Trainwreck, and the proof is in the pudding. Or at least in the very NSFW video that follows the jump.
Check it out and enjoy. Trainwreck is in theaters now.
Michael Bay has made a movie about the Benghazi incident that got Hilary Clinton raked over the coals. A print crawl during the trailer declares ‘When everything went wrong six men had the courage to do what was right. This is a true story.’
13 Hours looks to be a rah-rah anthem to American patriotism – which, in and of itself is not a bad thing. I’m not sure turning an international tragedy that resulted in the death of an American ambassador to Libya into an action movie is the best idea, but Bay does make huge, clatteringly effective action movies.
Check out the trailer and decide for yourself whether 13 Hours is a good thing. 13 Hours will be in theaters on January 15th, 2016.
For 69 days in 20110, the eyes of the world were on Chile, where thirty-three miners were trapped after an explosion collapsed a 100-year old gold mine on top of them.
Now, the blessing and cooperation of the miners, their families and their rescuers, their story – with previously unseen events – has been turned into a film by Patricia Riggin and featuring an all-star cast that includes Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, Lou Diamond Phillips, James Brolin and Gabriel Byrne.
Check out The 33’s first trailer following the jump. The 33 premieres on November 13th.
The Night Before is the new movie ‘from the guys who almost brought you The Interview’ – at least that’s what it says in the trailer.
Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Isaac (Seth Rogen) and Chris (Anthony Mackie) have hung out every Christmas Eve since Ethan’s mother died on that night fourteen years ago. Now, with Isaac about to become a dad and Chris, an NFL star who’s just to famous to be hangin’ with them anymore, the three set out to have the maddest Christmas Eve ever before they end their tradition.
The Night Before’s first trailer is a red band one and very NSFW. It opens on November 25th.
You know how you can sometimes simulataneously love and loathe a sibling? Cinelicious Pics’ The Mend is a film about two brothers who fall into that category – and how they learn to live with each other, perhaps in spite of each other.
The Men premieres in New York city on August 21st and Los Angeles on August 28th. check out the combustible trailer after the jump.
Katherine Waterston and Elizabeth Moss star in Alex Ross Perry’s Queen of Earth – a disturbingly funny psychological thriller about a young artist whose attempts to get it together are thwarted at every turn.
Check out the trailer after the jump. Queen of Earth premieres on August 26th.