Trailers

Josephine Decker pivots to YA lite in the trailer for The Sky Is Everywhere

By Charles Bramesco

The writer-director puts her experimental bent to one side as she adapts a teen-favorite novel of love and loss.

Ryûsuke Hamaguchi arranges a yearning triptych in Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy

By Charles Bramesco

The other half of the Japanese director’s 2021 double feature is coming to the UK at last.

A ’70s porn shoot takes a bloody turn in the trailer for Ti West’s X

By Charles Bramesco

Mia Goth, Brittany Snow, and Scott Mescudi star in the throwback horrorshow.

Sizzling and well-done, the first trailer for The Bob’s Burgers Movie is here

By Charles Bramesco

A sinkhole threatens business in the long-running animation series’ first foray onto the big screen.

The bovine life cycle makes for high drama in the first Cow trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Take an exclusive look at Andrea Arnold’s new documentary, in which life and death come to the barnyard.

Vikings unleash hell in the first trailer for Robert Eggers’ The Northman

By Charles Bramesco

Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicole Kidman, and Björk star in the 10th-century Icelandic epic.

Michelle Yeoh busts through the multiverse in Everything Everywhere All at Once

By Charles Bramesco

Swiss Army Man directors Daniels – Kwan and Scheinert – reteam for this suitably out-there follow-up.

Nicolas Cage plays himself in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Pedro Pascal plays an obsessive fan who draws the master thespian into a real-life shootout in the action-comedy.

George MacKay staves off World War Two in the Munich: The Edge of War trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latter portrays Neville Chamberlain in this dramatisation of the 1938 Nazi appeasement in Munich.

A24 will stream Warwick Thornton’s “looping film” The Beach this Thanksgiving

By Charles Bramesco

The “continuous, week-long sensory experience” luxuriates in the tropical vibes of the Australian shore.

Asghar Farhadi weaves another tense drama in the first trailer for A Hero

By Charles Bramesco

The tale of redemption and prejudice won the Iranian director a Grand Prix at the Cannes premiere.

Survivors of the church reclaim their stories in the Procession trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The new documentary from Robert Greene uses dramatic reenactment to process trauma.

Aaron Sorkin goes behind the scenes of I Love Lucy in the Being the Ricardos trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The writer/director’s latest film stars Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.

Olivia Colman grapples with motherhood in The Lost Daughter trailer

By Charles Bramesco

She’s joined by Dakota Johnson and Jessie Buckley in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s outstanding directorial debut.

The Beatles make one last record in the Get Back documentary trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Peter Jackson's film unlocks a treasure trove of never-before-seen footage of John, Paul, George, and Ringo.

Ghostface has a new game for a new generation in the Scream trailer

By Charles Bramesco

In the first installment of the franchise sans Wes Craven, the masked killer returns to prey on another round of teens.

Peter Dinklage and a few musical numbers liven up a classic in the Cyrano trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest film from Joe Wright brings his signature theatricality to Rostand’s timeless romance.

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