A trailer has arrived for the next installment of the “Into the Dark” series, and this time Marcus Dunstan is at the helm for the telling of tale, “Pilgrim”.
According to the rundown: “Inspired by true events, in an attempt to remind her family of their privilege and help them bond, Ms. Anna Barker invites Pilgrim re-enactors to stay with them over Thanksgiving. When the ‘actors’ refuse to break character, the Barker family learns that there is such a thing as too much gratitude.”
Starring Antonio Raul Corbo, Peter Giles, and Elyse Levesque, it arrives on Hulu on November 1st.
Brand New Trailer Arrives for ‘Fresh’
Searchlight Pictures has dropped a brand new trailer for Mimi Cave’s new horror ‘Fresh’ which is set to arrive on the streaming platform on March 4th. The film made it’s world premier at the Sundance Film Festival last month.
According to the official synopsis: “Frustrated by scrolling dating apps only to end up on lame, tedious dates, Noa (Daisy Edgar-Jones) takes a chance by giving her number to the awkwardly charming Steve (Sebastian Stan) after a produce-section meet-cute at the grocery store. During a subsequent date at a local bar, sassy banter gives way to a chemistry-laden hookup, and a smitten Noa dares to hope that she might have actually found a real connection with the dashing cosmetic surgeon. She accepts Steve’s invitation to an impromptu weekend getaway, only to find that her new paramour has been hiding some unusual appetites.”
‘Deep Water’ Teaser Trailer Starring Ben Affleck
We got a brand new glimpse at Fatal Attraction and Jacob’s Ladder director Adrian Lyne‘s erotic psychoglical thriller ‘Deep Water’ which is slated to arrive on the Hulu streaming platform on March 18th.
Starring Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck, the film was supposed to arrive in theaters back in 2020, and marks Lyne’s first film since Unfaithful back in 2002.
According to the official synopsis: “Affleck and de Armas play an attractive young married couple whose mind games with each other take a twisted turn when people around them start turning up dead. The couple staves off divorce in a loveless marriage by allowing each to take lovers, but it becomes messy as Highsmith exposed the surface facade of American suburban life.”
The film also stars Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Tracy Letts (Lady Bird), Rachel Blanchard (Fargo), Dash Mihok (Ray Donovan), Jacob Elordi (The Kissing Booth), Kristen Connolly (House Of Cards), and Jade Fernandez (Little).
You can check out the trailer below:
Chloë Grace Moretz Stars in Hulu’s ‘Mother/Android’
Chloë Grace Moretz stars in Hulu’s brand new sci-fi thriller ‘Mother/Android’ which is set to premier on December 17th following Hulu’s acquisition of the United States rights to the Miramax movie.
Produced by Matt Reeves via 6th & Idaho, the official summary says:
“Moretz stars as Georgia who, with her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith), goes on a treacherous journey to escape their country, which is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days away from the arrival of their first child, the couple must face No Man’s Land— a stronghold of the android uprising, in hopes of reaching safety before giving birth.”
“A young woman and her boyfriend go on a treacherous journey of escape as their country is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days away from the arrival of their first child, they must cross a stronghold of the android uprising, in hopes of reaching safety before giving birth.”
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