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The Sisterhood of Night

Kara Hayward returns in trailer for ‘The Sisterhood of Night’

If you’ve been waiting for Kara Hayward to make another film appearance since her days as Suzy from Moonrise Kingdom in 2012, then do we have a treat for you. Hayward, playing a Salem schoolgirl, will be coming to a theater near you this April in her new movie The Sisterhood of Night. The cast also includes Georgie Henley, Laura Fraser, and Kal Penn.

Orphan Black

‘Orphan Black’ gets a trailer for season three

If you’re not caught up in the hit BBC series Orphan Black then now’s a good time to start watching. The third season, which premieres on BBC America April 18th, promises to be a hell of a ride.

Fifty Shades of Grey

Forget ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and check out the trailer for ‘Fifty Shades of Buscemi’

If you’re thinking of seeing Fifty Shades of Grey this Valentine’s Day, then you’re not alone. Fans of the smutty trilogy by E.L. James will be gathering worldwide to see the first installment of the Fifty Shades saga. It was recently confirmed by Focus Features that two sequels have been ordered, but thankfully there’s no plans to split the last of the books into two separate films.

Mads Mikkelsen in The Salvation

‘The Salvation’ starring Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green gets new U.S. trailer and stills

If you, like the rest of us, can’t wait for the return of Hannibal this June, then hopefully Mads Mikkelsen’s new movie can help hold you over. The Salvation, which reunites Casino Royal stars Mikkelsen and Eva Green, follows the story of an American settler who, after killing the man who murdered his family, incurs the wrath of a dangerous gang leader. In addition to Mikkelsen and Green, the film stars such talent as Eric Cantona and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

I Got 88 Seconds and a Wookiee Ain’t One: Cinephilic Musings on the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Teaser

I had a plan, I swear. In the days leading up to November 28th, me and a friend had negotiated the logistics of seeing a movie at one of the theatres listed on J.J.’s announcement—what to do if they’re sold out, what to do if for some reason we picked a movie that had no trailer in front of it (Plan B: sneak into the beginning of a different movie after ours ended)—all in the name of the purity of experiencing the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer as it was meant to be experienced. As a spectacle, as a special event, as a collective moment of excitement and anticipation.

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