27 May 2015
A Dead Girlfriend Doesn't Mean the End of a Relationship
Ashley Greene doesn't go far from the darkness of the Twilight saga in her new role in Burying the Ex, as her character (Evelyn) is a zombie girlfriend that has absolutely no intention of leaving her now definitely dead relationship. For Max (Anton Yelchin), this relationship is becoming more and more... suffocating, and he must find a way to make Evelyn go away. The comedy-horror movie was directed by Joe Dante and will have its premiere on June 19.



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25 May 2015
Chris Pratt Needs Exercise to Fight a Dinosaur
Chris Pratt is very active in the enclosure of the small Pacific island where the entire Jurassic World action occurs, and where the newly-constructed park is located. In this video, he shows us how he keeps in shape, and ready for any absolutely normal situation, like when a long-gone-but-reactivated-hybrid-dinosaur chases him. Jurassic World will have its world-premiere in June.



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22 May 2015
A Gymnast Has to Save Her Boyfriend's House in Tiger House
In Tiger House, a band of four robbers prepared for killing attack a house. The parents and their son (Ed Skrein) are held captives, while the son's girlfriend (Kaya Scodelario) has her own plan. As her existence in the house is unknown to the killers, she may stand a chance at saving the day... The movie, directed by Thomas Daley, who makes his debut in feature films now, will be released this year.



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20 May 2015
A Film About Long-Distance Relationships
In 10,000 Km, director Carlos Marques-Marcet's first feature movie, a couple is trying to keep their relationship going even with the perspective of 10,000 km separating them for several years. Natalia Tena is Alex, a young woman that leaves behind Barcelona and her boyfriend, Sergi David Verdaguer, for a scholarship in Los Angeles. The romantic comedy will be released on July 10.



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18 May 2015
Watch the Trailer for Dark Was the Night
In Dark Was the Night, ancient beasts of the forests come out to seek food, disturbing every human order established outside the trees. Director Jack Heller is a master of the horror genre, having produced movies such as Bone Tomahawk, Condemned, and The Scribbler. Actors Steve Agee and Nick Damici play together with Kevin Durand in this suspenseful thriller, due to be released on July 24, 2015.



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13 May 2015
The Trailer for Jem and the Holograms is Finally Here
The 2015 movie Jem and the Holograms is based on the 80's TV series with the same name. In the new adaptation directed by Jon M. Chu, Aubrey Peeples (Ace Ventura, Jr.: Pet Detective) is Jerrica Benton, or Jem, an overnight online recording sensation, who was adopted together with her sisters. Jem's new glam life changes when she embarks on the wuest of finding one last message from her father. Juliette Lewis (Starsky & Hutch) and Ryan Guzman also play in the movie which will be released on October 23.



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11 May 2015
A Dystopic World in Flytrap
In Flytrap, director and writer Stephen David Brooks imagined a world made of ironic and dystopic facts, all happening to an English astronomer (Jeremy Crutchley) that falls for mysterious Mary Ann (Ina-Alice Kopp). A dark comedy, Flytrap relies on the ability of astronomer Jimmy to save the world from the terrible plan that Mary Ann's friends have. The movie will be released in US this year.



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8 May 2015
The Ethics of Being a Soldier in Good Kill
Good Kill is Andrew Niccol's latest directorial work, after he directed The Host in 2013 and the sci-fi thriller In Time in 2011. In Good Kill, Ethan Hawke is Tom Egan, a drone pilot which comes to the point of confronting his soldier work with the deeper ethics of life. Zoe Kravitz and January Jones are other important names in the cast. The movie will be released next week.



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6 May 2015
The Last Movie of Robin Williams
Absolutely Anything is Robin Williams' last movie, in which he borrowed his voice to Dennis, a dog. Directed by Terry Jones, the movie follows the uncanny experiment of some aliens that consider the Earth to be a human wreck, and decide to offer the power to do anything to just one human being - Neil Clarke, played by Simon Pegg - on the basis that he must use his gift to do good things for the world. Having Kate Beckinsale and Eddie Izzard in its cast, the sci-fi comedy glides on the theme of human salvation with humor and irony. The movie's launch date for USA will be announced this year.



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4 May 2015
The Life of the Darkest Artist Alive: Hansruedi Giger
Enter into the dark universe of HR Giger, the Swiss artist that moulded all his life dark forms of the subconscious, bringing to life what many would have been burried without thinking. Seeing his art as a must, the Oscar winner (for Alien) artist takes us through his world, in this documentary written and directed by Belinda Sallin. The movie will be screened next at Louisiana International Film Festival on May 9, prior to being released in other theatres on May 15.



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1 May 2015
The Most Feared Twins in London During the 50's Get a Movie About Them
In Legend (I), two identical twins make the rules in London during the 50's and 60's decades. Tom Hardy plays both the gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray, while Emily Browning is the beautiful and tempting Frances Shea. The movie was written and directed by Brian Helgeland, one of the most succesful story writers of the last two decades (he started with A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master in 1988). The book which inspired the British crime movie is John Pearson's novel "The Profession of Violence: The Rise and Fall of the Kray Twins". Inspired after a true story and displaying some fascinating details of the Londonese mob from sixty years ago, Legend (I) is a must see. The release date for US theatres will be announced soon.



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29 Apr 2015
The Life of the Addicted Portrayed in Animals (III)
Addiction and the possibility of living life inside a dream are options fully explored in this first feature movie of director Collin Schiffli, Animals (III). Jude (David Dastmalchian) and Bobbie (Kim Shaw) live out of stealing, in a state of semi-homelessness, and trying to get rid of their drug addiction. Life soon beats them up when one of them is faced with hospitalization and they both must face reality. The movie will be released in theaters on May 15.



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