Focus Features has released an official trailer for Tully, the latest from the team behind Juno, director Jason Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody.
The movie stars Oscar winner Charlize Theron (Monster, Mad Max: Fury Road) as a burnt out mother who gets a night nanny played by Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire, The Martian) to help her out and ends up forming a bond with her. Also starring is Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed, Creep) and Ron Livingston (Office Space, Adaptation).
Continue below to read more about the movie and check out the trailer along with a poster.
Gringo follows a pharmaceutical executive who’s sent on a business trip to Mexico. Things do not go well. Not at all. You can find a full synopsis for the movie and watch one of two (or both!) trailers below.
Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming original series Mindhunter. The show is created by Joe Penhall (The Road) and executive produced by David Fincher (The Social Network, Fight Club) and Charlize Theron (Atomic Blonde, Mad Max: Fury Road).
Fincher also directed multiple episodes of the crime drama, a genre he’s of course no stranger to having previously directed titles like Se7en, Zodiac, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Gone Girl. Other directors include Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy) and Andrew Douglas (2005’s The Amityville Horror).
You can find the new trailer for Mindhunter below.
Director: David Leitch
Screenwriter: Kurt Johnstad
Cast: Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella, Toby Jones
Distributor: Focus Features
Rated R | 115 Minutes
Release Date: July 28, 2017
Usually, when “atomic” is used as an adjective it means something that is propelled by atomic energy. Or if you prefer to use one of Urban Dictionary’s definitions, it’s a “devastating experience of epic proportions from which nothing is salvageable.” So when you have John Wick co-director David Leitch direct Charlize Theron in Atomic Blonde, an adaptation of the famed The Coldest City graphic novel, you’d expect something to leave an impact that is befitting its title. But Atomic Blonde is anything but atomic, at least from a narrative standpoint. It’s thin, has very few characters to care about, and casually shoehorns in 80s British pop songs. But if you are looking for a film with some great action and excellent framing, plus the occasional consumption of vodka, then Atomic Blonde is your kind of film.