The King’s Man tells the prequel story of how the ‘Kingsman’ (of the secret service variety) was born, with regular franchise director Matthew Vaughn back at the helm.
The disturbing full-length trailer for Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects (2005) sequel, 3 From Hell has dropped and it’s everything you’d expect from a Zombie film.
The new Blumhouse’ thriller The Hunt is a cross between Surviving the Game (1994) and Hard Target (1993); films that feature human game hunting as a key plot point.
Paradise Hills features an impressive female-led ensemble cast with some stunning costume and set design, all with an air of mystery surrounding exactly what is going in this one.
Now that Game Of Thrones is officially over, the actors on the show are free to pursue other projects, with Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, trading the fantasy world for reality in The Death & Life of John F. Donovan.
Not to be confused with the Australian film of the same name, The Tracker is the latest in a long line of direct-to-video films Dolph Lundgren has been churning out for the past couple of decades.
Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) and Aurora (Elle Fanning) are forced apart when a new Queen enters the picture, causing a rift between the dark fairy and her goddaughter.
Disney’s run of live-action adaptations of its classic animated properties continues with the teaser trailer for Mulan, and it looks like a fitting re-imagining.
This cool fan-made trailer for Tim Burton’s 1989 classic Batman takes its inspiration from 1940’s crime noir films.
The claymation fan-favourite Shaun the Sheep is back with some new adventures in his new film Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon.
Rian Johnson’s latest, Knives Out, is a classic whodunnit murder-mystery featuring one of the better ensemble casts devised for a film.
Jumanji: The Next Level is the sequel to the 2017 hit-film and features all of the returning cast, as well as some welcome new additions that see its cast have their roles swapped.
The second trailer for master director Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood highlights the opposing career trajectories of former Western legend Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and rising starlet Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).
The team behind the Fast & Furious films have taken the action in their spinoff film Hobbs & Shaw to the next level and it looks like a lot of fun.