Posts tagged "trailers"

“I Am Cait” Teaser Shows Caitlyn Jenner Being Real Good With A Saber, Among Other Things

The premiere date for “I Am Cait” inches closer and closer, so here is a new teaser trailer. What do we learn about Cait this time? Her mom, Esther, is adorable. She has a nice group of friends who look supportive and friendly. She knows how to saber the top of a champagne bottle which…

Megan Reynolds / July 7, 2015

Anne Hathaway Is A Literal Boss In The Trailer For “The Intern”

Nancy Meyers, you’ve done it again. We think. …

Megan Reynolds / May 14, 2015

“Flesh And Bone” Is The Gritty Ballet Drama You Didn’t Know You Needed

This will fill the space “Center Stage” left in your heart, because I do believe that’s Charlie in the trailer!

Megan Reynolds / April 28, 2015

Here’s A First Look At The Amy Winehouse Documentary

Here’s your first peek at the Amy Winehouse documentary, set to be released in the UK this summer. Watch as a young Winehouse shares her dreams about fame and her concerns about success over a haunting rendition of “Back to Black,” and prepare yourself for all the emotions you didn’t necessarily want to feel this early…

Megan Reynolds / April 2, 2015

The “Magic Mike XXL” Trailer Is The Sexual Reawakening We All Need

I fell asleep during Magic Mike”. Maybe it’s because I watched it after too many glasses of wine and a big Thanksgiving dinner. Maybe I didn’t get the full appeal of Channing Tatum’s blunt-force attractiveness. Whatever. This teaser trailer forMagic Mike XXL”has changed everything. Amelia has watched it four times and can’t stop making…

Megan Reynolds / February 4, 2015

Moving Documentary “Vessel” Carries Reproductive Rights Across The Ocean

Upcoming documentary “Vessel” follows the experiences of Rebecca Gomperts, a Dutch physician who founded Women on Waves, which brings contraception and safe abortion services to women in countries with few reproductive rights. Gomperts felt the need to take action for women whose control of their own bodies are prohibited by their nation’s government, often at…

Claire Hannum / November 10, 2014

“Fifty Shades Of Grey” Released A Trailer For Its Next Trailer, Basically

A new teaser for “Fifty Shades Of Grey” was released yesterday, featuring our hero Mr. Grey sensually dressing himself while Beyonce’s “Haunted” plays in the background. The ad tells us that an exclusive new trailer is coming on November 14, which we’re all presumably now hanging off the edge of our seats for. So thank…

Claire Hannum / November 7, 2014

Watch “Private Violence” This Monday For An Eye-Opening Look At Domestic Abuse

New HBO documentary “Private Violence” follows the experiences of Deanna Walters, a mom who was beaten by her estranged husband until she was close to death, and Kit Gruelle, the survivors’ advocate who helps Walters fight for justice. Walters and Gruelle weave their way through a complicated legal system and Walters finds that the law i…

Claire Hannum / October 17, 2014

An Extended Trailer For “American Horror Story: Freak Show” Has Arrived

FX has released an extended trailer for “American Horror Story: Freak Show” and it is creepy as hell in the best of ways. It fittingly features the song “Carousel” by Melanie Martinez and gives us a look at Sarah Paulson as a two-headed woman, Kathy Bates as a bearded chick, and Jyoti Amge, who i…

Claire Hannum / September 9, 2014

Rejoice! The “Sherlock” Season 3 Trailer Is Here

There are a lot of reasons to be excited about the upcoming new year: a fresh start, a bunch of well-meaning but ultimately forgotten resolutions, a new supply of vacation days, etc. But the most exciting thing about 2014? Season 3 of “Sherlock” debuts on New Year’s Day in the UK and January 19th i…

Winona Dimeo-Ediger / December 11, 2013

Check Out This Trailer For The Calvin And Hobbes Documentary, “Dear Mr. Watterson”

Calvin And Hobbes was everything in my childhood. Everything. I read the strip every day in the my parents’ newspaper and had all the Calvin And Hobbes books. Okay, they were my brother’s books and I stole them, but that’s besides the point. I loved to pretend that my teddy bear, Gregory, could come alive…

Jessica Wakeman / July 17, 2013

Check Out “There She Is,” A Documentary About Plus-Size Beauty Queens

What better way to celebrate the beginning of Full Figured Fashion Week (and cleanse your palette after Sunday night’s Miss USA pageant ridiculousness) than with a documentary about plus-size beauty queens? “There She Is” stars two friends, Allison and Jenny, who love everything about beauty pageants: the makeup, the hair, the costumes, the glitter.

Jessica Wakeman / June 18, 2013

Every Day Is One Day Closer To “The Bling Ring” Premiere

I’m not even a Sofia Coppola superfan, but I’m still anxiously awaiting parking my mall-jean-clad butt in a theater seat to watch “The Bling Ring” about the Hollywood teenagers who broke into celebrities’ homes and steal their Acne jean. Maybe it’s because Coppola actually filmed inside Paris Hilton’s weird home with pictures of herself all…

Jessica Wakeman / June 13, 2013

Check Out The “Diana” Teaser Starring Naomi Watts As Princess Diana

If Princess Diana is involved, there is always going to be high expectations. But for the upcoming biopic “Diana,” there is already criticism concerning Naomi Watts’ lack of resemblance to Princess Di. (It’s the eyes, right?) Maybe she is not entirely convincing based on looks alone, but only time will tell if Watts will pull…

Mary Odell / June 13, 2013

Kristen Wiig’s “Girl Most Likely” Trailer

It’s going to be a good summer: “Girl Most Likely,” starring Kristen Wiig, is coming out July 19! Kristen stars as Imogene (which was the original title of the film), a flailing playwright who has a breakdown and has to be taken care of by her loopy mother (Annette Bening), herself living with a sketchy…

Jessica Wakeman / May 3, 2013

I Have Yet To Fully Grasp The Amazingness Of This New “Gatsby” Trailer

I am physically incapable of containing my excitement for the new “The Great Gatsby” movie. I want to YELL ABOUT IT. It’s bound to be divisive, of course, but “Gatsby” is one of my favorite books of all time, and considering the first Hollywood adaptation was a poorly-acted flop, I really think F. Scott Fitzgerald&#8217…

Rachel Krause / April 4, 2013
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