Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for the action adventure War Dogs [ARMDU] based on a true story. Jonah Hill [JHILL] and Miles Teller [MTELL] star as best friends who found a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. The overnight arms dealers land a $300 million deal to supply the Afghan Military and soon found themselves in over their heads in the shady warzone of the Middle East. War Dogs lands in theaters on August...Read more »
Three new films open in wide release this Independence Day weekend, but none are expected to provide fireworks typical of this summer holiday. Finding Dory [NEMO2] is showing little signs of slowing down as the Pixar sequel continues to put up strong daily numbers. Finding Dory could swim to another $46 million over the long 4-day weekend.
Director Steven Spielberg [SSPIE] teams up with Disney for The BFG [TBFG] based on the children’s book by Roald Dahl. The PG-rated family film...Read more »
STX has dropped the second trailer for the raunchy comedy Bad Moms [BMOMS] on Fandango. Mila Kunis [MKUNI], Kristen Bell [KBELL] and Kathryn Hahn [KHAHN] star as three overworked, under-appreciated mothers who are finally pushed over the edge at a PTA meeting by seemingly perfect mothers. Bad Moms arrives in theaters on July 29th.
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Fox has uploaded both the green band and red band trailer for the comedy Why Him? [WHYHM]. Bryan Cranston [BCRAN] stars as a father who wants to stop her daughter, played by Zooey Deutch [ZDEUT], from possibly marrying a rich douchebag, played by James Franco [JAFRA]. Why Him? opens in theaters on December 25th.
Over the holidays, Ned (Bryan Cranston), an overprotective but loving dad and his family visit his daughter at Stanford, where he meets his biggest nightmare: her well-meaning...Read more »
Warner Bros. has released the trailer for the drama Sully [SULLY] starring Tom Hanks [THANK] as Captain Chesley Sullenberger, who piloted US Airways Flight 1549 and made an emergency water landing after bird strikes disabled both engines. Directed by Clint Eastwood [CEAST], Sully lands in theaters on September 9th.
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On January 15, 2009, the world witnessed the “Miracle on the Hudson” when Captain “Sully” Sullenberger glided his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River...
Open Road has debuted the trailer for the sports drama Bleed For This [BLDFT]. Miles Teller [MTELL] stars as boxer Vinny Pazienza, a five-time world boxing champion nicknamed "The Pazmanian Devil". In 1991, he broke his neck in a car accident and warned he might never walk again. Courageously, he slowly worked his way back into the ring. Bleed for This opens in limited release on November 4th before expanding wide on the 23rd.
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DreamWorks Animation has unveiled the official trailer for Trolls [TROLL] based on the hair-raising dolls. The constantly happy and singing trolls must fight off and the pessimistic Bergens, who just want to eat them. Justin Timberlake [JTIMB] and Anna Kendrick [AKEND] lead the voice cast. Trolls lands in theaters on November 4th.Read more »
Universal has dropped the second trailer for the romantic comedy threequel Bridget Jones's Baby [BJON3]. Renée Zellweger [RZELL] and Colin Firth [CFIRT] reprise their roles as the on-again andoff-again couple from the first two chapters, while Patrick Dempsey [PDEMP] joins the cast of the third fillm as the new rival for our heroine's affection. Bridget Jones's Baby is due to arrive on September 16th.
After breaking up with Mark Darcy (Firth), Bridget Jones’s (Zellweger) “happily ever...Read more »
Fox has unleashed the full-length trailer for the sci-fi thriller Morgan [MORGN], the debut film from Luke Scott, son of Ridley Scott. Kate Mara [KMARA] stars as a risk management specialist sent to a top-secret research facility to investigate an accident and discovers a genetically engineer person, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, who turns out to be pyschotic and possess telekenetic powers. Ex Machina meets Lucy, Morgan opens in theaters on September 2nd.
After setting the record opening for an animated film last week, Finding Dory [NEMO2] earned an estimated $73.2 million to also take the best sophomore weekend for an animated film. The Pixar sequel lost 46% to bring its total to $286.6 million in 10 days.
Independence Day Resurgence [IDAY2] debuted in second place with an underwhelming $41.6 million. 20 years proved too long a wait for the sci-fi sequel that appealed only to older fans that were 56% males and 67% over the age of 25.
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