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Hot Summer Nights Trailer: More Timothée Chalamet For Your Viewing Pleasure

Coming off his monumental year that ended with an Oscar nomination for Best Actor in Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet is gearing up for another great year with next fall’s Beautiful Boy, co-starring Steve Carrell. Perhaps less so is this simultaneous theatrical and VOD release from A24 called Hot Summer Nights, 1980s set edgy teen drama which just unveiled its first trailer.

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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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The Killing Of A Sacred Deer Trailer Is Disturbingly Bizarre

Yorgos Lanthimos released The Lobster last year and kick started one of 2016’s most talk-about art house films. The Greek director is known for his incredibly strange, sometimes hilarious, but always psychologically disturbing movies. In his latest film, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer all that semblance of whimsy one might have found in The Lobster is gone as Lanthimos has gone decidedly darker…much darker.

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