A24 has released a new trailer for Midsommar, Ari Aster‘s latest directorial effort and follow-up to the bone-chilling Hereditary.
The film, which stars Florence Pugh and Jack Reynor, centers on a group of friends who venture out to a remote part of Sweden to attend a once in a lifetime festival. Though things may look all sunshine and rainbows, underneath it lies something truly sinister. Check out the latest trailer below.
Netflix has come a really long way from what it was originally. Now it is in the service of making their own movies which are released exclusively on their streaming platform. Not only that, but they are attracting some A-list stars and filmmakers. Case in point, Outlaw King, starring Chris Pine.
Hell or High Water director David Mackenzie directs this medieval epic, which apparently had its runtime cut down from 137 minutes to 117 minutes. Now a new trailer shows us just how brutal sword clashing can really be. Check it out below.
Netflix has released an official trailer for Outlaw King, the latest title from Scottish director David Mackenzie. The movie reunites Mackenzie with Chris Pine, who starred in his 2016 Academy Award nominee Hell or High Water.
The movie tells the untold true story of Robert the Bruce, with Pine starring as Bruce, who fought to see Scotland freed from English oppression. Also starring is Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Florence Pugh, Billy Howle, Stephen Dillane, Tony Curran, Alastair Mackenzie, and James Cosmo.
You can read more about Outlaw King and watch the official trailer below.
It looks like Greta Gerwig has found her next directorial effort following her Academy Award-nominated Lady Bird. According to new reports, Gerwig is in talks to direct a retelling of the coming of age novel Little Women.
The film looks to also feature a star-studded ensemble cast, with Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, Florence Pugh, and her Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet all in talks for roles. More on the story below.