The Death And Life Of John F. Donovan Trailer

Xavier Dolan has spent a lot of time working on The Death and Life of John F. Donovan. Filming began and ended in 2016. But then Dolan started filming again in 2017. The movie was supposed to premiere at Cannes in 2018, but Dolan said he was still tinkering with the final cut. That editing eventually

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The Way Back Trailer

Now that Ben Affleck is free from wearing a cape and cowl as The Dark Knight in the DC Extended Universe, he’s getting back to some down-to-earth drama with The Accountant director Gavin O’Connor. The Way Back finds Ben Affleck playing a former high school basketball star who is all washed up, his life crippled

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a beautiful day in the neighborhood trailer

It’s a beautiful day…to cry. Tom Hanks has never been more powerful than when he is inhabiting the role of Mr. Rogers, the beloved children’s show host who inspired generations of children. Hanks stars as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Marielle Heller‘s moving drama about the beloved TV figure and the jaded journalist (Matthew

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Robert Johnson biopic

Peter Ramsey, one of the directors of last year’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, has lined up his next directing gig – and no, it’s not the Spider-Verse sequel. Instead, he’ll make the jump to live action for the first time and direct a film called Love in Vain, an “unconventional biopic” about famed blues musician Robert

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wendy trailer

Director Benh Zeitlin hasn’t made a film since the acclaimed Beasts of the Southern Wild in 2012, but now he’s back with Wendy. The movie is a reimagining of the story of Peter Pan, and it looks very similar to Beasts of the Southern Wild. It also looks charming, emotional, and kind of wonderful. Best of all, it looks like

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the two popes trailer new

Slide on your Fisherman’s Ring, drape your pallium over your shoulders, and place your white zuchetto atop your head: it’s time for The Two Popes! Yes, that’s right, not one, but two popes – climbing into a gilded cage for a full-blown papal smackdown! Two popes enter, one pope leaves. In this corner, we have Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins), the

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