A trailer has been released for Love, Antosha, a documentary about actor Anton Yelchin, who left us far too soon at the age of 27 three years ago now.
The doc looks at Yelchin’s career through interviews with those closest to him, as well as his own writing, photography, and music. You can find a synopsis for Love, Antosha and give the trailer a watch below.
Focus Features has released a red band teaser trailer for Thoroughbreds, which stars Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Split), Olivia Cooke (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Bates Motel), Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Green Room).
The movie follows two childhood friends who reconnect as teenagers and end up bringing out each other’s destructive tendencies. You can check out an official synopsis for the movie, the teaser trailer, and a poster below.
Lionsgate has released a trailer for Rememory, which stars Peter Dinklage as a man trying to solve the mysterious death of a tech genius who invented a way to record people’s memories.
The movie also stars Julia Ormond, Henry Ian Cusick, Martin Donovan, Evelyne Brochu, and Anton Yelchin in one of his final performances. It’s directed by Mark Palansky (Penelope, A Series of Unfortunate Events), and written by Mike Vukadinovich and Palansky.
Continue below for a synopsis and to check out the trailer for Rememory.
In Memoriam 2016: Film, Television, Music, Sports, Literature, the Arts”¦
With 2017 upon us, let’s take one final look back at the luminaries and personalities of the entertainment world who left us in 2016, during a year that seemed more turbulent and taxing than any other in recent memory.
Challenges in the past and challenges ahead, it’s a tough time to live in the world right now with so many changes like a whirling dervish to the senses. While there is much sadness in recognizing and accepting the passing of so many great figures in 2016, it’s the endearing, endless, never-ending fanbase and legacy that will keep each and every one of these names mentioned here (and some are of only cult status, but still enjoy a rabid passionate following as equal as any global figure) alive and well in the consciousness and beyond. In no particular order and apologies in advance if some of your favorites were left off. This was a huge list to go through and what was more painful than compiling this list was the fact that these incredibly talented people are all no longer with us.
Trollhunters, the Guillermo del Toro animated adventure based on his novel of the same name, has gotten the Stranger Things treatment. We have been seeing quite a few other memes of titles using the Stranger Things logo (which comes from Stephen King’s favorite font), and now Trollhunters gets one, complete with a mashup video that is not such a far reach.