When EW spoke with writer-actor Joe Swanberg last year about his appearance in horror filmmaker Ti West‘s new movie The Sacrament he described this tale of a Jonestown-style cult as one “not to be taken lightly.” Certainly the new red band trailer for the movie is about as un-frivolous as you can get. This latest film from the director of The Innkeepers and The House of the Devil costars AJ Bowen, Amy Seimetz, and Gene Jones and was produced by Eli Roth. The Sacrament debuts on VOD May 1 and will begin a theatrical run on June 6.
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Jonah Hill tries to play football, gets attacked by a giant octopus, and is hit in the face by a beanbag all in the latest trailer for 22 Jump Street. The green-band trailer shows Hill and Channing Tatum at it again, this time posing as college students to bust a drug dealer. “We’re like a power couple,” Tatum tells Hill in the trailer. Yes, yes, you are. Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
So would I — but, alas, we never will. In the mid-’70s, Hollywood studios declined to finance just such a project after Jodorowsky spent a couple of years prepping the movie with a band of hugely gifted artists including future Alien creators H.R. Giger and Dan O’Bannon. (In fairness to the studio execs, they may have been justifiably reluctant to invest in a project which Jodorowsky himself believed might be as many as 20 hours long).
The sassy Emma Thompson and always-charming Pierce Brosnan star as a divorced couple in The Love Punch. In the film, the two discover their retirement fund has been stolen so they take it into their own hands to get the money back. This leads to a trip to France together, where they enlist their friends to help them steal a diamond.
At one point in the trailer, a hotel desk clerk assumes the two are traveling together to see “if the flame still burns,” which Thompson adamantly denies. But later she tells Brosnan, “You’re much more likable these days,” as they lie on a bed together. Will they rekindle their romance, It’s Complicated-style? Will they try to rekindle their romance and end up realizing they’re still not right for each other, also It’s Complicated-style? We’ll have to wait until April 18, when the film hits theaters, to find out.
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If you’re a fan of Melissa McCarthy’s previous work — especially her blockbuster turn in The Heat last summer — it looks like Tammy was made for you. In addition to her starring role, McCarthy co-wrote the film with her husband, director Ben Falcone.
When Tammy (McCarthy) finds out her husband has been cheating on her, she embarks on a road trip with her hard-partying grandma (Susan Sarandon). But in the teaser trailer below, we see a solo Tammy gearing up for a fast-food robbery. She’s after bags of money and bags of pies while wearing a bag over her head and a bag over her “gun.” Check out the hilarious heist below: READ FULL STORY
The trailer for The Two Faces of January, a new film starring Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst, has been released in anticipation of its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival this week. The movie is an adaptation of a novel by Patricia Highsmith, who also wrote The Talented Mr. Ripley. If you were a fan of that ominous tale of envy, obsession, and murder, then this story promises a similar smorgasbord. If you read “Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst” and just skipped to the trailer, then great. I would’ve done the same.
January revolves around a tense love triangle — or what looks like more of a longing triangle — between a married couple and their tour guide in 1960s Greece. Mortensen is the tan and husky-voiced husband, while Dunst stars as the glittering blond wife. Fresh off his success in Inside Llewyn Davis, Oscar Isaac plays the devilishly handsome tour guide who gets swept into the couple’s marital troubles, namely fraud and murder. Hossein Amini, the screenwriter behind Drive and Snow White & the Huntsmen, will try his hand at directing for the first time. (I hope this project leans toward Amini’s work on Drive and not toward The Four Feathers. RIP Heath Ledger; you were great in everything.) But really how bad could January be with those three actors starring? I’m sold already.
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The killer mermaid genre is not quite as slender as you might imagine (and we’re not even counting the controversial alternative ending to Splash in which a bloodlust-crazed Daryl Hannah beheads Tom Hanks with her tail). But it certainly isn’t large enough for us to ignore the appearance of a clip for Epic Pictures’ new horror film Nymph, about two young women who go on a Mediterranean vacation and uncover the watery lair of a killer mermaid beneath an abandoned military fortress.
A killer mermaid? A watery lair? Other things? What’s not to love!
“Everyone’s afraid of something,” declares the new trailer for Divergent.
Based on the first book in Veronica Roth’s bestselling YA trilogy, the latest trailer for the highly anticipated film gives fans their most in-depth look yet at the dystopian world Tris (Shailene Woodley) and her community inhabit. Fans of the franchise will likely be most excited to see the first extended look at the fear landscape, where Tris will battle her demons and discover she may not be as ordinary as she once thought. There’s also a look at Tris and Four (Theo James) on the Ferris wheel, as well an a peek at sinister Jeanine Matthews (Kate Winslet).
“Fear doesn’t shut you down, it wakes you up,” Four explains to Tris in the trailer. “That’s what makes you dangerous.” Watch below: READ FULL STORY
Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan’s narcissistic, vulgar U.K. TV and radio broadcaster alter ego, is finally getting his stateside feature debut after nearly a decade of tantalizing rumors.
Half of you have probably been keen on Partridge for years and will scoff at the insufficient description of the beloved character that’s been around in some form for over two decades. The other half? Maybe you caught some of Partridge on his BBC America show, maybe you heard Coogan and Rob Brydon riff on its lack of U.S. appeal in The Trip and pretended to know about it. Or, maybe you’re just trying to figure out where you’ve heard the name Steve Coogan before. (Lately? Probably Philomena. But really, if you’re here, you know Coogan.)
Regardless of your familiarity with Partridge, Alpha Papa looks like an absolute delight and already opened in the U.K. last summer to very positive reviews. (It currently boasts an 84% on Rotten Tomatoes.) In the film, when North Norfolk Digital Radio is taken under siege after a disgruntled ex-employee (Colm Meaney) decides to exact revenge, Coogan’s Partridge is the only person he’ll talk to. He’s also, predictably, the one who got him fired. Check out the spot after the jump.
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