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Hier ’ne ganze Reihe Trailer, unter anderem zum neuen Miike, der Tom-Sawyer-2015-Verfilmung Band of Robbers, einer Doku über die unbekannteren Star Wars-Darsteller, dem ganz fantastisch aussehenden Martial Arts-Streifen The Assassin und noch ein paar mehr. (Favs: James White, Band of Robbers.)
(Und es gibt auch einen ersten Teaser-Teaser für die Serienverfilmung von Preacher und die Bits die ich da sehe, überzeugen mich nicht. Und damit meine ich ganz konkret Dominic Cooper als Preacher. We'll see.)
A comedic adventure that re-imagines Mark Twain's iconic literary characters of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer as grown men in current day. Petty criminal Huck Finn hopes to leave his criminal life behind when he is released from a stint in prison, but his lifelong friend, and corrupt cop, Tom Sawyer, has other plans. Not ready to give up on his childhood fantasies of wealth and adventure, Tom forms the "Band of Robbers," recruiting their misfit friends Joe Harper and Ben Rogers, to join them for an elaborate plan to find a fabled treasure. But the plan soon unravels, thrusting the guys on a wild journey with dangerous consequences...
A beautiful actress (Kô Shibasaki of 47 Ronin and Battle Royale) plays the protagonist in a new play based on a legendary ghost story. She pulls some strings to get her lover cast in the play, although he's a relatively unknown actor. With the cast in place, rehearsals for the play, about an abusive relationship and a grudge, begin. But off stage, some begin to develop their own obsessions. Trapped between the play and reality, they are horrified to find that a real grudge can cross the blurred line between reality and fantasy. Will love flourish? Or has it already turned hideously dark?
In anticipation of the release for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", a new documentary is releasing the actors and extras reminiscing about their time on the set of Star Wars and how making the original film affected their lives
Back with his first film in 8 years, legendary Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien wowed this year's Cannes Film Festival (where he won Best Director) with his awe-inspiring THE ASSASSIN 刺客聶隱娘 - a wondrous take on the traditional wuxia film. The story is simple, if elusive - in 9th-century China, Nie Yinniang is a young woman who was abducted in childhood from a decorated general and raised by a nun who trained her in the martial arts. After 13 years of exile, she is returned to the land of her birth as an exceptional assassin, with orders to kill her betrothed husband-to-be. She must confront her parents, her memories, and her long-repressed feelings in a choice to sacrifice the man she loves or break forever with the sacred way of the righteous assassins. Rich with shimmering, breathing texture and punctuated by brief but unforgettable bursts of action, THE ASSASSIN 刺客聶隱娘 is a martial arts film like none made before it.
A patrol of British paratroopers in Afghanistan find themselves caught in the middle of a deathtrap in this remarkable, fact-based war drama from first-time feature director Paul Katis.
An uncompromising revenge thriller of operatic scope, The World of Kanako is a non-stop visual and emotional assault to the senses as it follows troubled ex-detective Akikazu (Kôji Yakusho, 13 Assassins, Babel) on the hunt for his missing teenage daughter, Kanako. What he discovers in his search is an unsettling and harrowing web of depravity––surrounding both Kanako and himself. As Akizaku stumbles along a shocking trail of drugs, sex and violence, he finds himself woefully unprepared for the revelations that affect all he holds dear.
You’ve got followers… Cyberbullying goes offline during one deadly night. Inspired by a shocking true story, #Horror follows a group of preteen girls living in a suburban world of money and privilege. But when their obsession with a disturbing online game goes too far, virtual terror becomes all too real. Chloë Sevigny leads an ensemble cast that includes Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, and Timothy Hutton in Tara Subkoff’s directorial debut.
Based on John Niven’s best-selling novel, and starring Nicholas Hoult as you’ve never seen him before, Kill Your Friends is a jet-black comedy about a music executive at the height of the Britpop era who will stop at nothing to further his career.
"Louder Than Bombs" is a drama about a family coping with grief. An upcoming exhibition celebrating renowned photographer Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert) three years after her untimely death brings her eldest son back to the family house - forcing him to spend more time with his father and withdrawn younger brother than he has in years. With the three of them under the same roof, the father Gene (Gabriel Byrne) tries desperately to connect with his two sons, but they struggle to reconcile their feelings about the wife and mother they remember so differently.
A twentysomething deadbeat must get his act together for his ailing mother in this funny, angry and tender directorial debut from producer Josh Mond (Martha Marcy May Marlene).