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Dwayne Johnson In First Trailer For 80’s Video Game Adaptation ‘Rampage’ | Film Trailer

  Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema have released the first trailer for action film, Rampage, which reteams star Dwayne Johnson with his San Andreas director, Brad Peyton. If the film sounds like your standard action fare, then you’d be right…mostly. It looks to be pretty much the same film as San Andreas, except with giant animals on the loose.[…]

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Watch The First Trailer For Horror Film ‘A Quiet Place’ | Film Trailer

  Paramount have released the first trailer for upcoming horror film A Quiet Place.   Both directed by and starring John Krasinski, alongside his real-life wife Emily Blunt and child actors Noah Jupe (Suburbicon) and Millicent Simmonds (Wonderstruck), the film follows a family living in the woods who must live in silence, lest they summon some sort of unknown threat[…]

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20th Century Fox Delivers Second Trailer For ‘The Greatest Showman’ | Film Trailer

  Yesterday, 20th Century Fox delivered the second trailer for the brand new exciting musical drama entitled The Greatest Showman. Based on a true story, Hugh Jackman plays the main role of P. T. Barnum, who was the Barnum & Bailey Circus founder in IXX.   Following the official synopsis of this movie, “The Greatest Showman is an original musical[…]

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Warner Bros. Pictures Delivers The Trailer For ‘Game Night’ | Film Trailer

  New Line and Warner Bros. have just delivered the first trailer for the action-comedy Game Night which sees Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams starring in the main role of Max and Annie.   Directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, this comedy follows three couples who meet weekly for their game night. This time, Max’s brother, Brooks arranges[…]

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First Trailer For Christian Bale-Led Western ‘Hostiles’ | Film Trailer

  The first trailer has arrived for the upcoming western starring Christian Bale, Hostiles. Yes, the odd western does still come around once in a while, ostensibly hoping to be as good as Clint Eastwood‘s Unforgiven and usher in a similar, short-lived western renaissance.   Despite the presence of Bale, Hostiles doesn’t quite have the talent to be that influential.[…]

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