The new trailer for Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen confirms that Ritchie is back in form with a crime/comedy film whose cast is having a great time. The Gentlemen opens on January 4th.
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When recently demoted CIA operative JJ is tasked with surveilling a seemingly ordinary family, he finds himself at the mercy of the family’s precocious 9-year old, Chloe. The trailer for My Spy shows how she gains leverage, but not why her family is under surveillance. My Spy is coming soon to theaters.
What happens to the imperfect dolls that manufacturers don’t think they can sell? They wind up in Uglyville – where everyone is unique. Check out the new trailers for STX’s UglyDolls below. UglyDolls will be in theaters on May 3rd.
Molly Bloom was an Olympic-class skier before she became the go-to for the world’s highest stakes poker game – for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night. By 17 FBI agents with automatic weapons. Jessica Chastain is Molly Bloom and Idris Elba is her defense lawyer, Charlie Jaffey in Molly’ Game […]
When Catrin is hired to bring ‘a woman’s touch’ to morale-boosting propaganda films in the UK during WWII, she finds more than just a job – she finds courage and camaraderie as they shoot a film even as bombs drop on London. Their Finest will be in theaters on April 21st.
‘Knowing is good. Knowing Everything is better,’ says Tom Hanks’s character, Eamon Bailey, founder and CEO of the world’s largest tech and social media company – in which Mae (Emma Watson) is a rising star. But can anyone be safe when everyone is watching? The Circle – based on the bestselling novel by Dave Eggers […]
During WWII, a woman becomes a screenwriter of propaganda films following the Blitzkreig. Their Finest premieres in North America on April 7th.
Composers Andy Grush and Taylor Stewart, aka The Newton Brothers, score STX Entertainment’s supernatural horror thriller, “The Bye Bye Man.” The film stars Douglas Smith, Lucien Laviscount, Cressida Bonas and Doug Jones. Directed by Stacy Title and written by Jonathan Penner, “The Bye Bye Man” follows the story of three college students move into an old, off-campus house. […]
The Edge of Seventeen is not just another teen coming-of-age movie. Like John Hughes’ Pretty in Pink or The Breakfast Club, it’s a generational story that is very specific to the present but will likely be considered timeless like Hughes’ films.
The Edge of Seventeen is for those of us who break into great gouts of galloping, gasping, full-throated laughter when anyone says anything as crass as ‘they’re the best years of your life’ in regard to high school.