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Shocking Trailer: The Current War!

The Current War – Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) – Photo courtesy of The Weinstein company.

Today we just flip a switch and voila! Light!

Before  every home had electricity, though, there was a war between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse to become the supplier of electricity to America, and the world.

The Current War stars Benedcit Cumberbatch as Edison, and Michael Shannon as Westinghouse.

The Current War will be in select theaters on November 24th.

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Justice Is Coming Trailer: Wind River!

Wind River – FBI Special Agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olson) and Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) – Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company.

In Wind River, an out-of-her-depth rookie FBI agent and a hunter of predators try to find justice for a Native American girl who died fleeing something terrible.

As Wind River, written and directed by Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water), expands this weekend, The Weinstein Company has released a new trailer.

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Wind River: The Land of You’re On Your Own!

Wind River – FBI Agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olson) and Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) – Photo courtesy of The Weinstein company.

Taylor Sheridan’s directorial debut – from his own script – is a harsh, breathtakingly beautiful film that a lot to say – but cagily presents it in the guise of a gritty western thriller.

The film’s propulsion is set off by a lone female figure running barefoot in the snow until she falls over and dies. Why was she running? What was she running from?

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Top Thriller Writers Love Wind River!

Dennis Lehane, Harlan Coben, David Balducci, Lee Child and Jeff Abbott are at the peak of this generation’s thriller writers and perennial bestselling authors. They know a great thriller when they see one.

All five are quoted on the new poster and in the new trailer for writer/director Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River.

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The Land of You’re On Your Own Trailer: Wind River!

Wind River – FBI Agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen), Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner) – Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company.

Wind River is the third film scripted by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario, Hell or High Water) – and his directorial debut.

The new trailer emphasizes the immensity of the task ahead of FBI Agent Jane Banner as she investigates the murder of a Native American girl on a remote reservation, aided by local hunter/tracker Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner).

Wind River opens in limited release on august 4th.

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Luck Don’t Live Here Trailer: Wind River!

Wind River – Elizabeth Olson, Jeremy Renner – Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company.

A rookie FBI Agent teams with a local game tracker to investigate the death of a young girl on a remote Native American Reservation.

Written and directed by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario, Hell or High Water), Wind River reunites Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen who worked together on Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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Authentic Trailer: 3 Generations!

Three generations of a family living under one roof, dealing with a time of transition, are at the heart of the new film, 3 Generations.

Ray is a boy in a girl’s body and his lesbian grandmother doesn’t know how to deal with that – though his mother is completely supportive.

Unfortunately, Rays’s father won’t sign the papers to allow Ray to transition.

Directed by Gaby Dellal, 3 Generations stars Elle Fanning, Naomi Watts and Susan Sarandon. It will be in select theaters on May 5th.

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Lion – A Lost Boy Finds Home… Twice!

The story of Saroo Brierley is one of epic proportions to the point that if it were fiction it might be hard to believe.

How an Indian child of five could fall asleep on a decommissioned train in Ganesh Talai in the Khandwr Province of India and wind up in Calcutta, in Bengali Province and then survive for two years on the streets before being placed in an orphanage and being adopted by an Australian couple… Well, it’s like something out of an international soap opera – only it’s true.

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