Annapurna Pictures has debuted a new trailer for Kathryn Bigelow’s thriller Detroit, set for theatrical release this August.
Detroit tells the true and “gripping story” of the civil unrest that shook the Michigan city to its
The Russo brothers are set to team up with Oscar-nominated director Henry Selick on a television adaptation of video game Little Nightmares.
Joe Russo and Anthony Russo will develop and serve as executive producers on the
Brillstein Entertainment has debuted the first trailer for Kavi Raz’s The Black Prince during a special presentation at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Unveiled by renowned Sufi singer Satinder Sartaaj, who made his acting debut in
A24 Films has debuted the first trailer for Cannes favourite Good Time from Joshua Safdie and Ben Safdie, slated for theatrical release in August.
Good Time is set over the course of one adrenalized night as
Cohen Media Group has announced its acquisition of the North American distribution rights to Academy Award-winner Michel Hazanavicius’ dramedy Redoubtable.
The deal was struck at this year’s Cannes Film Festival after the film screened as part
Strand Releasing has secured North American distribution rights to Bavo Defurne’s Souvenir, starring Oscar-nominated actress Isabelle Huppert in the lead as a former European singing contestant-turned-factory-worker. Her glory days are long behind her (or so
South Korean director Byung-gil Jung’s The Villainess has been announced as the opening film for the 2017 Fantasia International Film Festival.
The Villainess follows Sook-hee, a trained assassin, as she is recruited by South Korea’s National
Sony Pictures Entertainment has debuted a new trailer for Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver, set for theatrical release later this month.
The film is the first feature from Wright since The World’s End, finale to the Three
Critically acclaimed Netflix vehicle Okja ain’t getting no love from cinemas in director Bong Joon-ho's native South Korea. The movie is being blocked by the country's three largest cinema chains, all because Netflix plans to
“No more half measures.” Breaking Bad fans will be stoked to learn Vince Gilligan is developing an AR experience with Sony PlayStation VR, what’s being described as a Sony platform experience – as opposed to