We first found out that the Academy Award winning writer and director behind Get Out, Jordan Peele, was producing a new take on The Twilight Zone back in 2017. Since that time we’ve seen a teaser video and a Super Bowl spot, and also found out that Peele himself would be hosting the anthology series.
Now CBS All Access has released an official trailer for the brand new Twilight Zone. On top of that, they’ve also revealed a premiere date for the show. You can find the info and watch the trailer below.
Every day it’s some sort of celebration, and today is National Dog Day, a day to celebrate man’s best friend. And what better way to honor them then to release a new trailer for A Dog’s Purpose, a film from Lasse HallstrÃ¶m (The Cider House Rules) that tells the story of a dog’s journey in life, and how his many reincarnated breeds has affected the lives of the many owners he (and she) has had.
Take This Waltz Blu-ray | DVD | Instant Video
Directed by Sarah Polley
Written by Sarah Polley
Starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Luke Kirby
Rated R / 116 Minutes
Release Date: July 1, 2012 (30 Screens) September 23, 2012 (Wide Release)
Take This Waltz, is the follow up film for director/writer Sarah Polley (Dawn of the Dead), whose previous film, Away From Her, was released in 2006. Away From Her was a heartbreaking tale about a husband dealing with his wife, who is fighting Alzheimer disease, and its affect on their marriage. Well she seems to love the whole married couple dealing with an issue breaking apart their relationship. But in this case, it’s not a medical disease tearing them apart, it’s someone just wanting more.
Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine) plays Margot, a writer for tourist brochures. On assignment, she bumps into a young man, Daniel, played by Luke Kirby (Cra$h & Burn), and they keep bumping into each other on the way home. And to top it off, she finds out that he actually lives in same neighborhood, just a few houses down. And with that reveal, she also tells him that she is married, to Lou, played by Seth Rogen (50/50), who is also a writer, a cook book writer, who is currently into chicken.