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Watch The First Trailer For Bryan Cranston Indie ‘Wakefield’ | Film Trailer

  In this age of two and a half minute trailers full of action, cliffhangers, witty quips and more, sometimes it’s nice to slow things down a little. That’s exactly what the trailer for Wakefield does, the new film starring Bryan Cranston from director Robin Swicord.   Cranston stars as a New York City lawyer living in the suburbs who[…]

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First Trailer For ‘American Assassin’ Arrives | Film Trailer

  Lionsgate and CBS Films have dropped the first trailer for American Assassin, the first in a proposed franchise of films to be based on the Mitch Rapp character. Rapp is the protagonist in a set of 15 novels, 13 of which were written by Vince Flynn, which revolve around his recruitment into the CIA Black Ops.   The trailer[…]

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The Teaser Trailer For ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Foresees The End Of The Jedi | Film Trailer

  We don’t know if you are following the Star Wars Celebration but Disney used the occasion to unveil the first trailer for their next Star Wars installment.   The trailer opens up with a scene of Rey (Daisy Ridley) undergoing some serious training, while the Resistance is planning their next move against the First Order. We get shots of[…]

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First Trailer For Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’ | Film Trailer

  The highly anticipated follow up to Kathryn Bigelow‘s Zero Dark Thirty finally has its first trailer. Scripted by Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker), Detroit is a crime drama set against the backdrop of the Detroit riots in 1967. It was initiated by a police raid on an unlicensed bar and escalated to a five day riot that led to[…]

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‘Going in Style’: Zach Braff Never Gets Old! | Film Trailer

  Going In Style, is the fresh new comedy directed by Zach Braff and starring the oscar winning trio, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin and Michael Caine.   The film, written by Theodore Melfi, is adapted from Martin Brest’s darker, 1979 film of the same title. It follows three former factory workers who just lost their pensions, and join forces to[…]

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