The week’s newest and best movie trailers – a bit of everything this week: Hugh Jackman as a cheating politician, Sandra Bullock in a sci-fi thriller, and Liam Neeson ‘finding everyone and killing them’ again…
The Holiday Calendar
The film follows Abby Sutton, a young talented but struggling photograper, who is trapped in her day job rather than follow her dreams. She receives a gift from her grandfather, a calendar, that seems to possess the ability to foretell the future. The film is a romantic comedy starring Kat Graham, Quincy Brown, Romaine Waite, Ethan Peck, and Ron Cephas Jones. It opens in theatres on November 2nd 2018.
The world has been overrun by an entity that takes the shape of your worst fears, and when you see it, you die. Malorie (Sandra Bullock) who is pregnant, must find sanctuary for her two children – and the journey is a long and treacherous one which they must undertake blindfolded. The film also stars Trevante Rhodes, Sarah Paulson, and John Malkovich. It opens in theatres on December 21st 2018.
The story follows the true story of Robert the Bruce (Chris Pine), the legendary king of Scotland. Robert, a rebel, hates the way the English are treating the people of Scotland. He rises to be the leader they desperately need, and is eventually made the king. The English outlaw him, and he must raise an army to fight for the people and their freedom while still keeping his family from harm’s way. The film also stars Florence Pugh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson. It premieres on Netflix and in select theatres on November 9th 2018.
The Front Runner
The film tells the real events of 1988 when Senator Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman), a man who captured the youth with his ideology and political genius, decided to run for the presidency. He was the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination until his extramarital affair with Donna Rice sidetracked his campaign making him drop out of the race. Also starring Molly Ephraim, Bill Burr, Vera Farmiga, J.K. Simmons and Alfred Molina, the film premiers in America on November 21st 2018.
This action thriller follows the story of an upstanding citizen, Nels Coxman (Liam Neeson), who lives an uneventful life with his wife (Laura Dern), until the untimely death of their son, in what is an alleged heroin overdose. Nels finds out that his son was mixed up with some unsavory characters, one of whom is Viking (Tom Bateman). He purposes to seek revenge on all those he believes to be his son’s killers, making them disappear one by one. The film also stars Emmy Rossum and will be on screens on February 8th 2018.
The story begins with Celeste, a 13-year-old music prodigy who composes and performs an emotional song at a memorial service about her tragic experience during a school shooting in 1999 in Staten Island, New York. Years later, having achieved recognition and stardom, her career lies on the balance, as scandal, mental struggles with fame, and raising her teenage daughter becomes too much for her. The film stars Natalie Portman, Stacy Martin, Jude Law, Raffey Cassidy, William Dafoe among others. It opens in theatres on December 7th 2018.
The film follows the story of Joe (Nicholas Cage), a truck driver who has lost his wife and child. He meets a mother with a spiritual gift, Julie (Franka Potente), who asks him to help her find the lost soul oh her daughter Billie (Penelope Mitchell) who is comatose. Mary (Lydia Hearst), Joe’s dead wife’s spirit, possesses the young woman, as it seems she has unfinished business in the world of the living. Also starring Garrett Clayton, Brit Shaw, and premiers on December 21st 2018.
Head Full of Honey
The film is a remake of the 2014 German film by Til Schweiger about Matilda (Sophia Lane Nolte), a young girl that takes it upon herself to help her grandfather (Nick Nolte), who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. They end up going on a remarkable, life-changing adventure together one last time before he has to be put in a care home. The film also stars Matt Dillon and Emily Mortimer and will open in select theaters on November 30th 2018.