Sony Pictures Entertainment has released an international trailer for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, the upcoming movie about Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood‘s Fred Rogers which stars two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks as the beloved children’s show host. An official trailer was released back in July.
The movie is based on the true story of a friendship that developed between Fred Rogers and a journalist (played by Matthew Rhys) who was tasked with doing a report on Rogers.
Continue below to check out the new trailer for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, along with a pair of recently released vignettes and more.
For those looking forward to writer, director, and star Ben Affleck‘s latest drama Live by Night, a new featurette titled “The Price You Pay” has been released online.
The featurette runs about six minutes in length and includes plenty of footage from the movie, as well as Affleck and others talking about the film, its story and its characters, and the cast. You can read much more about Live by Night and check out the new featurette below.
The official final trailer has been released for Live by Night, a Prohibition drama from Ben Affleck.
Affleck writes, directs, and stars in the movie as a not entirely bad guy—the son of a police officer—living in a bad world—running alcohol during Prohibition. Also starring is Elle Fanning, Brendan Gleeson, Chris Messina, Sienna Miller, Zoe Saldana, and Chris Cooper.
You can read much more about the movie in the official synopsis and watch the new trailer below.
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Ben Affleck‘s Live By Night. Set in the roaring 20s during the Prohibition era, Affleck plays Joe Coughlin, the son of the Boston Police Superintendent, who has strayed away from his upstanding roots to become a gangster who will make a name for himself, even if that means going against some of the most notorious mobsters and crimelords.
11.22.63 Episode 2 “The Kill Floor”
Directed by Fred Toye
Written by Bridget Carpenter
Based on the novel by Stephen King
Starring James Franco, Sarah Gadon, Cherry Jones, Lucy Fry, George MacKay, Daniel Webber, T.R. Knight, Josh Duhamel, Chris Cooper, Jonny Coyne. Hulu
Released Monday, February 22nd, 2016
Last week on 11.22.63, we were introduced to Jake Epping (James Franco), an adult education teacher who was passed on the serious task of going back in time to stop the assassination of JFK. Crazy, huh? His friend Al (Chris Cooper) went to the back for 2 minutes and returned severely aged and dying of cancer. “I need you to go in this closet, and then I’ll tell you everything.” He sees and is a believer and tries to go on the journey from 1960 to 1960, but the past tries to get him in Dallas. Jake hightails it out of there, but decides to stop in Holden, Kentucky to fix something – namely the murder of Harry Dunning’s mother, brother, and sister, and the brain damage done to him as a young boy by his father.