This week’s newest and best movie trailers…
A Dog’s Way Home
This story is based on W. Bruce Cameron’s book, A dog’s purpose. It tells the story of Bella, a pit bull, who gets separated from her human, Lucas. The dog defies the odds by embarking on a 400-mile journey so that she can return home, experiencing epic adventure along the way. The film stars Bryce Dallas Howard as Bella, Ashley Judd, Jonah Hauer-King and Alexandra Shipp. The film is set to air on the big screen on January 11th, 2019.
The story focuses on a group of death row criminals who are being sexually experimented on a spaceship heading toward a black hole to find an alternative source of energy. These criminals believe that they will be pardoned if they willingly participate in this mission. The film stars Robert Pattinson(Twilight) as Monte and Juliette Binoche as Dr. Dib. Among others for the English Dialogue. The film will be in cinemas on 7th November 2018.
In A Relationship
The story revolves around two couple; Owen and Hallie as the couple that has been dating for a while and has decided to take a break and Matt and Willa, who is a new couple embarking on a romantic journey of their own. The two couples face a lot of unexpected issues in their new intertwined journeys as they try out new things that they couldn’t before. This modern day love story stars Emma Roberts as Hallie, Michael Angarano as Owen, Dree Hemmingway as Willa and Patrick Gibson as Matt to mention a few. The film will be in theatres and On Demand on 9th November 2018.
The film tells the story of Jonathan, a successful architect with a different disorder called single body multi consciousness. His personality inhabits his mind as Jonathan and that of his brother John. The two adhere to strict rules, Jonathan goes to work during the day while John sleeps all day and goes socializing at night. When Jonathan discovers that John has a girlfriend, Suki, he tells him to break up with her, but he starts dating her instead and falls in love. Their fragile existence is sent spiraling out of control. The stars include Ansel Elgot (Baby Driver) as Jonathan and John, Suki Waterhouse as Elena, Patricia Clarkson (Sharp Objects) as Jonathan’s doctor and Matt Bomer (White Collar) as Ross. The film will air in theaters and On Demand on 16th November 2018.
The Possession of Hannah Grace
The film tells the story of an exorcism gone wrong that leads to the death of a young woman. A few months later, a cop, just out of rehab, is working a late night when she receives a disfigured cadaver. Alone in the basement corridors, she starts having horrible visions making her question her sanity. She begins to suspect that an evil demon may have possessed the body. The film stars Shay Mitchell (Pretty Little Liars), Grey Damon, Kirby Johnson, and Stana Katic. The film hits theatres on 30th November 2018.
This film follows the life of a young woman, Gloria, who dreams of becoming a beauty queen. After witnessing a shootout in a nightclub, she gets separated from her sister. She gets kidnapped by the gang and is forced to help them transport drug money across the border. She works her way up the cartel ranks and gains the trust of the boss. To survive, she uses her newfound mercenary skills and cunningness against all that stand in her way.
The film stars Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin), Anthony Mackie, Ismael Cruz Cordova, and Aislinn Derbez. Miss Bala will be in theatres on 1st February 2019.
The film is set in 1946, after World War 2. Rachel and her husband Lewis Morgan have been assigned to Hamburg where Lewis, a British colonel is tasked with rebuilding the city that is now in ruins. The house they are set to inhabit belonged to Stefan Lubert, a German widower, whose wife had been killed during the war and his daughter was somewhat troubled. Lewis lets them stay in the house until they get somewhere else to go, which surprises Rachael. Love and passion take root despite the grief, betrayal, and animosity among the people living in the grand house. The film features Kiera Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean), Alexander Skarsgård (Big Little Lies), Jason Clarke (Everest) and Kate Phillips. The film opens in theatres on 26th April 2019.