The fates of Leia and C-3PO are in doubt as newly released preview teases epic battles and personal loss.
Apple TV+ has dropped a new trailer for its upcoming comedy “Dickinson,” starring Hailee Steinfeld as the famous Emily Dickinson herself. In this sneak peek from the new series, Emily chats with one of her best buds: Death.Played by Wiz Khalifa, the ominous presence tells Emily, “You’ll be the only Dickinson they talk about in 200 years. I promise you that.”Aw, what a sweet guy! No wonder the real Emily Dickinson was so into him.Also Read: Hailee Steinfeld Is a Bad Ass Emily Dickinson in First Look at Apple TV's 'Dickinson' (Video)According to Apple TV+, “Dickinson” audaciously explores the constraints of society, gender and family from the perspective of rebellious young poet, Emily Dickinson (Steinfeld). Set in the 19th century, “Dickinson” is a coming-of-age story that finds Emily Dickinson to be an unexpected hero for our millennial era.Created, written and executive produced by Alena Smith and executive produced by Steinfeld, “Dickinson” also stars Jane Krakowski, Toby Huss, Anna Baryshnikov, Ella Hunt and Adrian Blake Enscoe.“Dickinson” will premiere with the launch of Apple TV+ on Nov. 1. The service is priced at $4.99 per month and will be free for one year when you buy a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod Touch. The platform will offer a seven-day free trial when it debuts.Also Read: 'For All Mankind' Gets Early Season 2 Renewal at Apple TV+Other Apple TV+ shows available at launch include Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston’s drama “The Morning Show,” Ronald D. Moore’s space-race drama “For All Mankind,” the Jason Momoa sci-fi series “See,” Sesame Workshop’s “Helpsters,” the Peanuts cartoon “Snoopy in Space,” a “reinvention” of the ’90s children’s mystery series “Ghostwriter” and the documentary film “Elephant Queen.” Oprah Winfrey’s book club will also be featured on the platform.“Dickinson” premieres on Apple TV+ on Nov. 1, the day the service launches.More to come…Read original story Apple’s ‘Dickinson’ Trailer: Death Makes a Promise to Hailee Steinfeld’s Emily Dickinson (Video) At TheWrap
The new trailer for the long-awaited Frozen 2 has landed, but we soon discover that though Elsa is now in more control of her magical powers, her kingdom is in peril.
Taking a cue from "The African Queen" and the iconic Disneyland attraction, the new movie finds The Rock and Blunt matching wits amid a rollicking adventure.
The 'Avengers' star plays Doctor Dolittle in the epic fantasy adventure, which co-stars Antonio Banderas.
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska take centre stage in the new trailer for the revamped 'Charlie's Angels' movie.
The first trailer for Sam Mendes' new World War One drama 1917 has landed, and it's breathless, thrilling and horrifying in equal measure.
The story follows American expat Mickey Pearson (McConaughey) who built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London and is trying to sell it.
Just because “The King’s Man” is set during World War I at the beginning of the 20th century doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun.While the first trailer for “The King’s Man” made a point to show off style and class as a way of establishing how this prequel film differs from the two “Kingsman” films with Taron Egerton and Colin Firth, the latest look shows that the franchise still has a sense of humor.In it, we see Ralph Fiennes explaining the height of technology for 1914, a device that allows you to safely jump out of a plane called a “parachute.” He’s training the next class of super spy, a young man played by Harris Dickinson, to lead the fight during the first World War.Also Read: 'The King's Man' Trailer: Ralph Fiennes Trains Next Class of Super Spies in Prequel Story (Video)“Armed, yes. But ready, we shall see,” Fiennes says in the clip.Matthew Vaughn is returning to direct “The King’s Man,” which is based on Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons’s comic series “The Secret Service and follows the Kingsmen’s fight to end World War I while a team of tyrants and criminal masterminds try to take the lives of millions in the process.Joining Fiennes and Dickinson in the film are Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Daniel Brühl, Djimon Hounsou and Charles Dance.Twentieth Century Fox and Disney are releasing “The King’s Man” in theaters on Feb. 14, 2020. Watch the new trailer above.Read original story ‘The King’s Man': Ralph Fiennes Makes World War I Look Fun in Latest Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
The film delves deeper into the history of Arendelle to answer the question of why Elsa has magical power as it is revealed an Enchanted Forest exists that “nobody can get in or out” from.
Nick Jonas plays one of the soldiers who took to the skies to fight for their country in Roland Emmerich’s “Midway,” and leaps into a cockpit of a plane and fires on enemy fighters in the film’s new trailer.This is just one moment of a colorful, explosive and intense new trailer for Emmerich’s war epic, which chronicles the aftermath of Pearl Harbor and the build-up to the Battle of Midway. American soldiers faced imposing odds against a Japanese naval fleet waiting off the coast, and Emmerich’s film examines the heroics that helped shift the tide of World War II and led to America’s involvement in the war.“We’re talking about a couple of planes against an all Japanese fleet. This isn’t a fair fight,” a soldier played by Ed Skrein says in the trailer. “If you know that people came through when people are counting on you, you’ll be able to face anything.”Also Read: Nick and Kevin Jonas Reveal Cops Were Called on Joe's Bachelor Party 3 Times in One Night (Video)“Midway” boasts a massive cast as large as its history. Jonas and Skrein star alongside Patrick Wilson, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Luke Kleintank, Darren Criss, Keean Johnson, Dennis Quaid and Woody Harrelson.Lionsgate is releasing Emmerich’s next film this Veteran’s Day weekend on Nov. 8.Watch the new trailer for “Midway” above.Read original story Nick Jonas Takes Down an Enemy Plane in Intense New ‘Midway’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
In the trailer for “Like a Boss,” Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne play two best friends rising in the fashion industry who turn to a beauty queen played by Salma Hayek for help, only for things to get ugly fast.Haddish and Byrne have a successful business, but they’re deep in debt. And though Hayek motivates them to take charge, she’s really just out to steal their ideas and business. Soon they’re throwing punches, dangling from perilous railings and even smashing breasts together as they all try to prove they’re the boss.“You don’t have to worry your pretty little head,” Haddish says to Hayek. “My head is not little. It’s just that my breasts are humongous,” she replies.Also Read: Salma Hayek Eyed to Join Marvel Studios' 'The Eternals' (Exclusive)Miguel Arteta, who directed Hayek in the indie drama “Beatriz at Dinner,” directs “Like a Boss,” which also features Billy Porter, Jennifer Coolidge, Ari Graynor, Natasha Rothwell, Jessica St. Clair and Karan Soni.Sam Pitman and Adam Cole-Kelly wrote the screenplay and also co-wrote the story with Danielle Sanchez-Witzel.Marc Evans, Peter Principato, Joel Zadak and Itay Reiss are the producers, and Haddish is an executive producer along with Nicolas Stern.Paramount Pictures is releasing “Like a Boss” on Jan. 10, 2020. Watch the first trailer above.Read original story Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne Square Off Against Salma Hayek in ‘Like a Boss’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap