Trailers

Classic TV turns into low-rent fun in the Fantasy Island trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Lucy Hale tortures her girlhood bully in the Blumhouse horrorshow.

Death is Pixar’s next adventure in the Soul trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest animated escapade from director Pete Docter features the vocal stylings of Jamie Foxx.

Elisabeth Moss is appearing in a new Invisible Man movie

By Charles Bramesco

Upgrade’s Leigh Whannell directs a modern twist on HG Wells’ classic sci-fi tale.

Mati Diop makes her Oscars bid with the first Atlantics trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The French-Senegalese auteur won big at Cannes for her striking debut feature.

Clint Eastwood looks for the truth in the Richard Jewell trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The director tackles the true story of the man who foiled a 1996 bombing plot.

Guy Ritchie stirs up some trouble in the first trailer for The Gentlemen

By Charles Bramesco

Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant and Charlie Hunnam team up for the director’s return to action comedy.

Iannucci does Dickens in The Personal History of David Copperfield trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Dev Patel stars as the plucky orphan of the 19th century literary legend.

Margot Robbie is a loopy Harley Quinn in the Birds of Prey trailer

By Charles Bramesco

She leads an all-female vigilante super team against Gotham’s criminal element.

Eyes Wide Shut is returning to cinemas for its 20th anniversary

By Adam Woodward

The re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s final masterpiece will be accompanied by a new documentary short.

Adam Sandler can’t stop hustling in the Uncut Gems trailer

By Charles Bramesco

He's a tireless diamond dealer in the Safdie brothers' latest.

Todd Haynes tackles a legal thriller in the Dark Waters trailer

By Charles Bramesco

It's good-guy lawyer Mark Ruffalo versus the corporate machine in the upcoming film.

Everything is fantastic in the first trailer for About Endlessness

By Charles Bramesco

Roy Andersson's latest is a series of vignettes along the outskirts of war.

Steven Soderbergh plays the market in The Laundromat trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman lead the director’s Big Short-esque financial caper.

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