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Barbarian Trailer Introduces Another Bill Skarsgård Thriller, And He Might Not Be The Villain This Time

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Barbarian Trailer Introduces Another Bill Skarsgård Thriller, And He Might Not Be The Villain This Time

It’s hard not to think of Bill Skarsgård, or any member of his iconic acting lineage, as a villain. Bill in particular landed a hell of a resume entry when he played Pennywise the Clown in Andy Muschietti’s remake of Stephen King’s IT. Seeing him advertised in a movie titled Barbarian, you’d think that Skarsgård is going to be playing yet another creepy heavy; but as you’ll see in the trailer for the upcoming movie, it looks like he might not be the villain this time.

20th Century Studios recently released the trailer for writer/director Zach Cregger’s August theatrical release. The basic framework sees Georgina Campbell’s Barbarian character meeting up with Bill Skarsgård’s at a random rental property. Apparently these two strangers were a case of double booking, though that doesn’t seem to be the case once the footage takes a decidedly creepier turn. 

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Ana De Armas Shares Stunning BTS Looks At Herself As Marilyn Monroe As New Blonde Trailer Drops

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Ana De Armas Shares Stunning BTS Looks At Herself As Marilyn Monroe As New Blonde Trailer Drops

History is about to be made, as Ana de Armas’ Marilyn Monroe drama Blonde is about to be released as the first original Netflix movie to have an NC-17 rating. That sort of milestone has people wondering what they’re going to see in this intense recounting of the late Hollywood legend’s life and career.

That curiosity has only intensified after seeing the first trailer to Blonde was unveiled. Now with a second look at director Andrew Dominik’s new movie freshly released to the public, as well as some stunning looks of de Armas on set, the picture has become a bit clearer. 

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Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Just Got Its First Trailer Teaser And It’s Chilling

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Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Just Got Its First Trailer Teaser And It’s Chilling

Christopher Nolan is a legendary filmmaker, who is known for mind-blowing twists and gorgeous visuals. Following the release of Tenet, Nolan ended his longstanding relationship with Warner Bros. and started planning his next movie with Universal. That title is Oppenheimer, which features an unbelievable ensemble cast. Oppenheimer just got its first trailer teaser, and it’s chilling.

The anticipation behind Oppenheimer has been steadily growing thanks to Christopher Nolan’s reputation and the countless well-known actors who have joined the cast. As you can see from the first trailer above, that all starts with his frequent collaborator Cillian Murphy. He’s the only one seen in the first chilling teaser, which is currently being played on a loop on Universal’s YouTube page. So if you catch the short clip halfway through, just be patient and wait for it to restart. 

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Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio Trailer Brings Gorgeous Stop Motion To Netflix

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Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio Trailer Brings Gorgeous Stop Motion To Netflix

Somehow, the schedule of 2022 movie releases has become the year of dueling wooden boys. Author Carlo Collodi’s iconic children’s classic The Adventures of Pinocchio is returning to the movies through both the Robert Zemeckis/Tom Hanks collaboration on Disney+, and a stop-motion adventure co-directed by Guillermo del Toro. After getting a teaser for Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio earlier this year, we have our first extensive look at the gorgeous results we should expect to see later this year. 

“Gorgeous” almost feels like an understatement while watching this trailer for this Netflix (opens in new tab) animated spectacle. Guided once again by the voiceover of Ewan McGregor’s Sebastian J. Cricket, we’re treated to a brief overview of how this movie will be different from all other Pinocchio adaptations. Through the promise of telling a story we think we know, and beautiful imagery co-directed by Mark Gustafson, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio truly feels like something special. 

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