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Nicolas Cage goes on a bloody, revenge-fueled killing spree in trailer for Mandy: Watch

It’s always dispiriting to see Nicolas Cage in another straight-to-Redbox movie. While the actor/cult hero’s recent woes have been fairly well-documented, there are few performers of this generation (or even the last one) who bring the committed tenacity to a performance that Cage does at his best. Sure, sometimes he goes too far over the

Queen Release 'Sneak Peek' Trailer for 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Queen are preparing to release the full-length trailer for their upcoming movie Bohemian Rhapsody at noon tomorrow. But with the film having taken so many years to come to fruition, they seemingly can’t hold their excitement and have given us a teaser video that you can check out below. Set to “We Will Rock You,” and

A black police officer infiltrates the KKK in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman: Watch the first trailer

A movie that teams iconic writer/director Spike Lee with Get Out producers Jordan Peele and Josh Blum is worth consideration based on filmmaking talent alone. When you hear the story behind the resulting movie, BlacKkKlansman, and check out its newly released trailer, though, they’ll be no question why it’s one of our can’t-miss-films of the summer. BlacKkKlansman is based

Something terrible is happening in the new teaser trailer for Stephen King’s Castle Rock: Watch

Goddammit do we want to watch Castle Rock right now. Ugh. Because they’re gluttons for punishment, Hulu has gone ahead and released the Super Bowl teaser trailer for their forthcoming (and incredibly mysterious) new Stephen King series, and, naturally, we’re losing our minds in anticipation. It’s only 40 seconds long, but you get to see new

Hear Scorpions' 'Rock You Like a Hurricane' in New 'Hurricane Heist' Trailer

If you’ve made a movie called The Hurricane Heist, what other classic rock song would you want to use for the trailer than Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane”? After all, Neil Young’s “Like a Hurricane” is a love song, and Bob Dylan’s “Hurricane” is about something entirely different. So the filmmakers went with the German

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in Steven Spielberg’s The Post: Watch the trailer

Between them, Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks have won seven Academy Awards; all three may again find themselves in contention for Oscar gold with their latest project, The Post. The true-life drama follows the Washington Post’s 1971 coverage of the Pentagon Papers, which controversially blew open the United States’ involvement in instigating and sustaining