True story: VE Day, 1945 – the allied countries celebrated the victory over the Axis powers, a celebration that included – incognito – Princesses Elizabeth (soon to become Queen Elizabeth II) and Margaret.
Noted Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw wrote a black comedy of a novel, Night of Triump, about it.
Separately, writers Trevor De Silva and Kevin Hood (Silent Witness, Becoming Jane) wrote a much lighter, warm-hearted screenplay that was turned into a film by director Julian Jarrold (Red Riding: In The Year of Our Lord 1974) with Sarah Gadon (Map to the Stars, Enemy) starring as Elizabeth.
Check out the trailer after the jump. Release dates for the US have not yet been scheduled.
After someone in Mexico posted a pirated copy of the Batman v Superman trailer, DC and Zack Snyder responded by making it available online in its full, in focus, deeply dark entirety. Check it out after the jump.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opens wide – very wide – on May 25, 2016.
There’s something awfully familiar about this teaser – something that tickles the back of my mind; something that feels just so correct.
Between moments of nostalgic wistfulness and current action – and the appearance of a couple of old friends – the new teaser for Star Wars The Force Awakens is a perfect balance of everything we loved about the original trilogy. Check it out after the jump.
Life, death, war, peace, acceptance, forgiveness, getting lost in the dance – Bravetown is a story that embraces many themes as its lost protagonist comes to terms with his past and begins to let others into his life after he is ordered to undergo counseling.
Of course, there’s there more to it than that – a small town, high school, an estranged father, a girl – but this is not Footloose and these are not the same pat series of vents.
Bravetown is in select theaters and on VOD beginning on May 8th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Since no one has been able to replicate the super-soldier serum that gave Steve Rogers his enhanced abilities, Henry Pym took a different tack – he wondered if he could find a way to shrink a human being to ant size without sacrificing that person’s strength.
Imagine the force of a human-sized punch thrown by an any-sized person – all that force concentrated in a tiny impact zone. That would definitely leave a mark
A fringe benefit might be that our ‘Ant-Man’ could infiltrate the most secure locations. And what if, Pym wondered, ‘that person could communicate with ants? He’d have a ready-built army at his disposal. Ant-Man doesn’t sound so silly now, does it?
Check out the brand new trailer following the jump. Marvel’s Ant-Man premieres on July 17th.