Official Trailer for Sully

Official Trailer for Sully


Official Trailer for Sully

The official trailer is here for Sully, the reason Tom Hanks has been donning white hair and a moustache in interviews and making us all wonder why he looked so old! The film tells the story of so-called The Miracle on the Hudson River where captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger landed a passanger jet with engine failure on ..

First trailer for American Pastoral

First trailer for American Pastoral


First trailer for American Pastoral

Based on the Pullitzer prize winning novel of the same name by Philip Roth, American Pastoral marks the directorial début of Scottish actor Ewan McGregor (August: Osage County, 2013). Set in postwar America, it tells the story of the seemingly perfect family life of Seymour (Ewan McGregor) and Dawn (Jennifer Connelly), which falls apart when ..

First trailer for Disney’s Moana

First trailer for Disney’s Moana


First trailer for Disney’s Moana

The first trailer is here for the upcoming Disney adventure film Moana. Directed by Disney staples John Musker (Aladdin, 1992) and Ron Clements (Hercules, 1997), who have collaborated on several films before, the film has a flair of the fun adventure films that Disney put out in the 1990s. The film tells the story of ..

First look at Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

First look at Jack Reacher: Never Go Back


First look at Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

    Never Go Back sees Tom Cruise return for a second go at Lee Child’s literary protagonist. Based on the 18th Jack Reacher novel, Never Go Back, the film finds Reacher a hunted man as he is accused of having committed a 16-year-old murder. Christopher McQuarrie, director of Jack Reacher (2012) has been replaced due to ..

First trailer for Assassin’s Creed

First trailer for Assassin’s Creed


First trailer for Assassin’s Creed

The first trailer for video game adaptation Assassin’s Creed is now online and gives an interesting first look to what many hope will be the film that proves that, when done well, games can become great films. Directed by Justin Kurzel, the film reunites the director with the two stars of his previous film, Macbeth (2015), Michael ..

Official Trailer for Tulip Fever

Official Trailer for Tulip Fever


Official Trailer for Tulip Fever

Here is a first proper look at an upcoming film bound to appeal to fans of period drama. Set in the Dutch golden age, the age of world renowned painters and tulips, the story follows the young wife of a wealthy and much older man who falls in love with the young painter doing their portrait. ..

Official Trailer for Cell

Official Trailer for Cell


Official Trailer for Cell

Here is a first look at the latest adaptation of a story by Stephen King, this time his 2006 apocalyptic horror novel Cell. The story follows Clay Riddell (John Cusack) as he struggles to be reunited with his son after a strange cell phone signal has turned most of his fellow human beings into vicious zombie-esque creatures. ..

International Trailer for Café Society

International Trailer for Café Society


International Trailer for Café Society

It was recently announced that this year’s Woody Allen release would have the honour of opening the Cannes Film Festival to be held 11th – 22nd May. France (and Europe in general) loves Woody Allen, as this French subtitled international trailer clearly shows, but the film cements the aging director’s return to American settings. Café ..

First Trailer for The Girl on the Train

First Trailer for The Girl on the Train


First Trailer for The Girl on the Train

British author Paua Hawkins’s psychological thriller The Girl on the Train was one of last year’s most popular novels and naturally, Hollywood is not long behind with a silver screen adaptation. But with Moviegeek darling Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow, 2014) in the lead we are definitely onboard! Directed by the up-and-coming Tate Taylor (The ..

First Trailer for The Magnificent Seven

First Trailer for The Magnificent Seven


First Trailer for The Magnificent Seven

The upcoming western action film, The Magnificent Seven, is bound to upset some as it is a remake of a remake, but since it has been 56 years since John Sturgess’s western remake of Akira Kurosawa’s original Seven Samurai (1954), this one is hardly stepping on anyone’s toes. Directed by established action director Antoine Fuqua (Training ..