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THE BOOK OF HENRY To Open 2017 LA Film Festival

The 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival is set to kick off June 14th and today the opening film has been announced as Colin Trevorrow‘s The Book of Henry. The film stars Naomi Watts as the mother of a gifted son who discovers

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LOGAN NOIR Coming to Alamo Drafthouse May 16th

The Alamo Drafthouse announced today that they will be presenting a special monochromatic version of James Mangold‘s Logan, dubbed Logan Noir, in their theaters across the nation for one night only on May 16th. There will be a special live-streamed Q&A with director

IT COMES AT NIGHT Gets a Chilling New Trailer

A24 has released a new trailer for Trey Edward ShultsIt Comes At Night, starring Joel Edgerton, Riley Keough, Christopher Abbott, and Carmen Ejogo. The film recently screened at the Overlook Film Festival where it continues to generate tons of buzz, and this trailer continues

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Tribeca 2017: Audience Awards Announced

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is wrapping up this weekend and this afternoon the audience award winners have been announced. Petra Volpe‘s The Divine Order won the audience award for narrative and Greg Campbell‘s Hondros won for documentary.

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Alice Waddington’s DISCO INFERNO Now Available

Alice Waddington’s horror short about Mephistopheles, Disco Inferno, is now available on Vimeo on Demand, as well as Amazon (also available on Amazon in Japan, Germany, and the UK). Waddington’s short was featured on my Undistributed and Honorable Mentions list from 2015 where I described it as “a 12-minute horror short profuse with striking imagery (in black and white), Waddington’s short informs us that we desperately need an Alice Waddington feature as soon as possible.”

47 METERS DOWN Gets a Trailer

There never seems to be a shortage of killer shark movies, and as The Shallows proved last year the demand is still there. So, of course, this summer we’re getting another shark attack in 47 Meters Down.

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WONDER WOMAN Gets Two New TV Spots

Warner Bros. has released two new TV spots for Wonder Woman. The first, “Power,” is more action-oriented and the second, “Together,” features more banter with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). Check out both spots below.

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Tribeca 2017: Jury Awards Announced

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is about to wrap up, and with that the jury awards for this years festival have been announced. Rachel Israel‘s Keep the Change was awarded Best Narrative Feature, Elvira Lind‘s Bobbi Jene won Best Documentary Feature, and Rachel Israel

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THE BAD BATCH Gets Three Character Posters

NEON has released three new character posters for The Bad Batch, which give good looks at the torsos of Arlen (Suki Waterhouse), Miami Man (Jason Momoa), and The Dream (Keanu Reeves). Check out all three below.

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OKJA Viral Clip: Tilda Swinton Has a Message

Netflix has released a strange piece of viral marketing for Okja. The clip features Lucy Mirando (Tilda Swinton), CEO of Mirando Corporation, talking a lot of corporate speak. Then she starts talking about pig night terrors and how they “deserve happy dreams

Watch a Prologue to ALIEN: COVENANT Called THE CROSSING

20th Century Fox has released a short film called The Crossing that fills in some of the gaps between Prometheus and Alien: Covenant. Set on the ship boarded by Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) and David (Michael Fassbender) at the end of

BAYWATCH Gets a New International Trailer

Paramount has released a new international trailer for Baywatch, and it gives the first extensive look at the villain played by Priyanka Chopra. Too bad she didn’t account for crime-fighting lifeguards before enacting her nefarious plans.

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