The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Trailer Proves We’re Closer Than Ever To Seeing Terry Gilliam’s Long-Awaited Film

Gilliam has spent nearly two decades trying to make The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, a subject that has been covered in an acclaimed documentary from over 15 years ago titled Lost In La Mancha. But the first trailer for the completed film has just landed, which at least proves it does indeed existence but when could we possibly see it?

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The Great Silence Celebrating 50th Anniversary With A New 2K Restoration Blu-Ray

The 1968 revisionist Spaghetti Western, The Great Silence, directed and co-written by Sergio Corbucci is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a brand new Blu-ray release of sourced from a recent 2K restoration from U.S. label Film Movement.

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First Reformed Trailer: Ethan Hawke As A Troubled Preacher In Paul Schrader’s Latest

A24 has released the first trailer and poster for Paul Schrader’s highly-acclaimed thriller First Reformed. Having its World Premiere at the Venice Film Festival, followed by screenings at Telluride and Toronto, the film stars Ethan Hawke in what is being regarded as one of his best performances.

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Eighth Grade Trailer: Bo Burnham’s Directorial Debut Is An Awkward Coming Of Age Comedy Of The Highest Order

A24 has released the trailer and poster for Eighth Grade, the middle school comedy from stand-up comedian/actor turned writer/director Bo Burnham. The movie, which the comedian also wrote, follows 13-year-old Kayla (newcomer Elsie Fisher) through her final week of middle school, navigating crushes, sex education, social media anxiety, acne, and parents, and mean girls.

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Sicario 2 Gets A New Title And An Intense New Trailer

Sony’s new trailer for Sicario: Day Of The Soldado with Benicio Del Toro, returning as undercover operative Alejandro Gillick, and Josh Brolin, back as CIA agent Matt Graver, is all about going to war. The sequel to  Denis Villeneuve’s celebrated crime drama gets a new, more sequel-friendly title, and an incredibly menacing new trailer. It’s war on everyone this time.

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The Zen Diaries Of Garry Shandling Trailer: Judd Apatow’s Massive HBO Documentary

Judd Apatow’s two-part documentary about the late comedian will air on the network twice, later this month. Shandling, who brought two highly inventive and influential TV comedies to Showtime and HBO with It’s Garry Shandling’s Show and The Larry Sanders Show, will return to premium cable once more via archival footage in The Zen Diaries Of Garry Shandling.

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Yardie: First Trailer For Idris Elba’s Directorial Debut Crime Thriller

Idris Elba makes his directorial debut with Yardie, a new crime thriller that has been doing the rounds at film festivals across the world. The film is poised to hit theaters later this year and now Studio Canal UK has released the first trailer to give us a taste of what to expect from the new film.

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