Few people have lived lives as marked by reinvention as Jane Fonda, one of the most famous women of the mid-20th Century. And she’ll be talking about it in depth for Jane Fonda in Five Acts, an upcoming HBO documentary.
By far, the weirdest movie I saw during my absolutely fun and not exhausting Sundance jaunt in Utah (during the throes of winter) was An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, a movie starring Aubrey Plaza in a weird role, Jemaine Clement in a strange role, and Craig Robinson in an even stranger role.
Gaspar Noé, director, French provocateur, and noted Black Panther hater, is back to raise hell with his new movie Climax. And from the trailer, it looks like an invitation to the scariest dance party ever.
In the year 2000, writer-director Nancy Meyers released her only bad film, What Women Want, which went on to become the second highest grossing romantic comedy of all time (without adjustments for inflation). It starred Mel Gibson as a misogynist advertising executive who gained the ability to read the minds of…
Michaela Coel is back—no, not for Chewing Gum Season 3, not yet. We can pray that comes soon. But until then, she’ll be starring alongside John Goodman in a new BBC show, Black Earth Rising, which based on the trailer, is... a bit grisly compared to Tracey Gordon’s antics on Chewing Gum.
“Joan didn’t want to be Joni Mitchell,” Iggy Pop says in the trailer for Bad Reputation. “Joan wanted to rock.”
The idea that Jennifer Lopez, a woman who defies science by looking roughly half her age, would be the victim of ageist discrimination in the job market is a tough idea for me to get behind. But I totally buy it in the trailer for her latest movie, Second Act.
“We can have babies every year, but just being an EMT is something we can’t do?” Rachel “Ruchie” Freier, lawyer and founder of an all-women Hasidic EMT unit in Brooklyn, wonders in the trailer for 93 Queen.
The first trailer for Boy Erased follows Jared Sykes (Lucas Hedges) as his parents Victor (Russell Crowe) and Nancy (Nicole Kidman) enroll him in a gay conversion therapy program. In it, we see Crowe, who plays a Southern Baptist preacher, address his son with the heartbreaking: “I love you, but we cannot see a way…
By now I should be used to the sad, sour feeling left by films about triumphant, powerful women that were conceived when Hillary Clinton’s ascension to the presidency was all but inevitable (see Battle of the Sexes, The Post, and Confirmation), but the first trailer for the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On the Basis of…
Love and hate. New York and Italy. Good pizza and okay pizza. They share similarities, but they’re different. All this and more, we learn, are themes in the trailer for Little Italy, a movie starring Emma Roberts and Hayden Christensen.
The best films are able to beautifully capture the breath of an already beloved story, land the right actors to portray its parts, and make the viewer feel part of the narrative. The movie adaptation of Justin Torres’ critically acclaimed novel, We the Animals, is seemingly that and more, based on its trailer alone.
Netflix has a movie coming out on August 10 called The Package, and it’s about a group of five teenage friends who go camping in the woods for spring break (okay, sure) and the havoc that ensues. The havoc, in fact, includes one of the teen boys apparently cutting off his own dick in an unfortunate incident involving…
Queen Elizabeth I’s lack of heirs hung over her reign like a cloud and contributed to her rivalry with her cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, whose son followed her onto the throne. This trailer, on the other hand, will birth a spider-like number of progeny in the form of memes, crawling all over your timeline.
Kiera Knightley is back in costume for her latest period film Colette, based on the life of French novelist Colette.
“It’s very different heah. These girls are psychos,” Lorna says in the Season 6 trailer for Orange Is the New Black. Oh yes, that’s right, there was a riot, Litchfield got destroyed, and now there’s a new corrupt prison in town. In Season 6, the inmates relocate to maximum security post-riot, which means they are not…
The trailer for Season 3 of Insecure features Daniel’s fine ass but nary a trace of Lawrence, his sweaters, or his very attractive face and body.
Coming soon: a costume drama starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Stone—and directed by Yorgos Lanthimos—about the court of Queen Anne. Based on this teaser trailer, the movie looks weird and fucked up and really the perfect tone for telling a story about monarchy.
The trailer for Patty Jenkins’ new miniseries has arrived, and it features plenty of Hollywood’s Greatest Chris regnant, Chris Pine.
After coming off the big successes of Lady Bird and Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet has mostly been laying low (aside from embarrassing us at Cannes)–until now. The actor has been teasing an announcement on Twitter all week, and has finally shared the poster for his new film, Beautiful Boy.