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Awesomeness Films Release New Trailer For Bloody Book Adaption ‘Spontaneous’ | Film Trailer

  Production company Awesomeness Films has released the first trailer for its upcoming teen comedy Spontaneous and offers a first insight into the satirical coming-of-age movie with Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer in the main roles.   Katherine Langford plays the high school student Mara Carlyle who finds her classmates literally exploding for no reason. She and her friends have[…]

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First Trailer For Josh Trank’s Re-Titled ‘Capone’ Arrives | Film Trailer

  Josh Trank‘s Fonzo was announced all the way back in the before times of October 2016, and we haven’t heard much since.   Tom Hardy was on board to play notorious gangster Al Capone, and shooting began in 2018 with a few shots leaking online of the actor’s transformation, and then things went quiet. Was Fonzo ever going to[…]

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Dakota Johnson & Tracee Ellis Ross in First Trailer For Music Dramedy ‘The High Note’ | Film Trailer

  The first trailer has dropped for the music dramedy The High Note, set to star Dakota Johnson and Tracee Ellis Ross. The former stars as Maggie, legendary singer Grace Davis’ (Ross) overworked personal assistant with aspirations of producing music. When Grace tires of simply singing her old hits, the two embark on a mission to help her release her[…]

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First Trailer For ‘Candyman’ Reimagining Arrives | Film Trailer

  Universal has dropped the first trailer for the new version of Candyman. Produced by Jordan Peele and directed by Nia DaCosta, the film is not quite a remake and not quite a reboot, more of a spiritual sequel to the 1992 film which starred Tony Todd in the terrifying title role.     What’s fascinating about the original film[…]

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Netflix Releases First Trailer For Dee Rees’ ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ | Film Trailer

  Netflix has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming political thriller, The Last Thing He Wanted. The film debuts at the Sundance Film Festival next week and boasts an impressive host of names connected to the project.   First, the film is an adaptation of Joan Didion‘s novel. That should be enough to sell any film. But on top of[…]

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