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#genLOCK action footage teases @michaelb4jordan-starring show: http://bit.ly/2QwG0HK.

02 Feb

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@TherealTaraji can hear toxic male thoughts in first #WhatMenWant #trailer: http://bit.ly/2wCSGlb.

15 Jan

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@peterjackson905’s #steampunk #MortalEngines mixes the fantastic and the familiar: EW review: http://bit.ly/2VnjQHi.

06 Jan

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(L to R) Tom Natsworthy (ROBERT SHEEHAN), Nils Lindstrom (LEIFUR SIGURDARSON) and Hester Shaw (HERA HILMAR) in the Gasbag and Gondola, Airhaven in “Mortal Engines.” In the startling, new epic adventure from OscarÆ-winning visual-effects artist Christian Rivers (“King Kong”), humankind has adapted and a new way of living has evolved thousands of years after civilization was destroyed by a cataclysmic event. Two opposites, whose paths should never have crossed, forge an unlikely alliance that is destined to change the course of the future.

 

#Widows is an all-star bonanza that never quite finds its #tone: EW review: http://bit.ly/2StNOaM.

06 Jan

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@JLo on evolving #WorkingGirl for today’s ‘underdog’ working-class women in #SecondAct: http://bit.ly/2yARIHb

23 Nov

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#CoenBrothers’ ‘disturbing’ #anthology #TheBalladofBusterScruggs draws decent reviews at #VeniceFilmFest: http://bit.ly/2NEu7d8.

17 Nov

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#SpikeLee’s #BlacKkKlansman is set in the ’70s but exposes our current rot: EW review: http://bit.ly/2Qx75XR

10 Nov

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#JasonMantzoukas is an #agentofchaos in the #trailer for #TheLongDumbRoad: http://bit.ly/2zBJQWQ

04 Nov

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#FinalOverlord #trailer teases Nazi experiments and undead mayhem: http://bit.ly/2SLHN9T

04 Nov

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@HilarySwank and #MichaelShannon’s #WhatTheyHad is a hit-and-miss #tearjerker: EW Review: http://bit.ly/2pW1AXd

19 Oct

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WHAT THEY HAD
Blythe Danner and Hilary Swank star as Ruth and Bridget Keller in WHAT THEY HAD, a Bleecker Street release.
Photo courtesy of Bleecker Street