Lionsgate Movies has released an official trailer for Angel Has Fallen, a sequel to 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen and 2016’s London Has Fallen.
The trilogy-maker once again stars Gerard Butler as Mike Banning and Morgan Freeman as President Allan Trumbull, and follows Banning being framed for an assassination attempt. Jada Pinkett Smith, Lance Reddick, Tim Blake Nelson, Piper Perabo, Nick Nolte, and Danny Huston also star in the movie.
Continue below for more info on Angel Has Fallen and to check out the official trailer along with a newly released poster as well.
An official trailer has been released for IO, an upcoming sci-fi movie starring Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie coming soon to Netflix.
IO is similar to movies like WALLÂ·E and Oblivion—set on an Earth that’s been devastated, forcing humanity to re-locate. In it, Qualley and Mackie play two of the last humans on the planet, with the rest having moved to a new colony on Jupiter’s moon, Io.
You can read an official synopsis and check out the trailer below.
A couple of years back we found out that Steve Coogan (Philomena, Alan Partridge, Tropic Thunder) and John C. Reilly (Chicago, Gangs of New York, Step Brothers) would be playing the legendary comedy duo Laurel and Hardy in a movie titled Stan & Ollie. Now Entertainment One UK has released an official trailer for the movie.
Stan & Ollie tells the true story of what ended up being the final chapter of the comedy duo’s run as performers. Shirley Henderson (24 Hour Party People, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Nina Arianda (Midnight in Paris, Florence Foster Jenkins), Danny Huston (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, 30 Days of Night), and Rufus Jones (The Foreigner, Paddington) star alongside Coogan and Reilly.
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Warner Brothers Pictures has released a teaser trailer for New Line Cinema’s Game Night, an action-comedy starring Rachel McAdams, Jason Bateman, Billy Magnussen, Sharon Horgan, Lamorne Morris, Kylie Bunbury, Jesse Plemons, Danny Huston, Michael C. Hall, and Kyle Chandler.
The movie follows a group of couples getting together for their weekly game night, which this night has a murder mystery theme that turns out to be a little more intense than they’re prepared for. It’s directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who were writers on Horrible Bosses, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, and Spider-Man: Homecoming. They made their feature directorial debut with Vacation. Mark Perez (Accepted) wrote the screenplay.
Continue below for a full synopsis and the trailer.
Director: Patty Jenkins
Screenplay: Geoff Johns, Allan Heinberg
Cast: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Connie Nielsen, Elena Anaya
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date: June 2, 2017
Given that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad received such poor reviews (including from me), it’s easy to believe that WB could not put out anything remotely entertaining within the DCEU. Their constant meddling and the films’ lack of care certainly proved that they were not up to the task of competing with their rivals at Marvel Studios. But then came Wonder Woman. And this isn’t just about her own standalone film, which opens this weekend — we’ll get to that later — this is about her literally carrying the weight of the DCEU on her shoulders. For it was her who saved Batman v Superman from being a complete abomination. Her wit, her mystery, her power, and her inspiration that carried on throughout that film that had many asking when is Wonder Woman going to get her own feature.
Now that time has come. After years of standing on comic book shelves, the character has finally gotten her own film, simply titled Wonder Woman. Her own story to tell, with no assistance from the Dark Knight or the Man of Steel. Through stunning grace, incredible power, and mighty courage, not only is Wonder Woman what a superhero film should be, it showcases an empowering figure who should be an inspiration to anyone, but most importantly to females who have waited for a character they could look up to.