From writer / director Chris Butler, Missing Link is the story of Mr. Link and his adventures with explorer Sir Lionel Frost and adventurer Adelina Fortnight. The three of them travel the world in search of Mr Link’s relatives.
Starring Hugh Jackman, J.K. Simmons, Sara Paxton and Vera Farmiga, The Front runner is a new Jason Reitman directed biography / drama about American Senator Gary Hart and his 1988 presidential campaign. A campaign that was soon embroiled in scandal…
I knew absolutely nothing about Gary Hart before this trailer. I’m a very little bit intrigued by him but, it’s really the chance to see Jackman do a great job that will have me tuning in.
Kaitlyn Dever, Molly Ephraim, Courtney Ford and Ari Graynor also star.
The Greatest Showman tells the story of P.T Barnum, a visionary who rose from nothing to create the mesmerising spectacle known as the circus. Directed by Michael Gracey; Zac Efron, Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendeya and Michelle Williams star…
I’m not the biggest fan of musicals but I like the cast too much to ignore this. There’s also the romance of it all, of course.
Paul Sparks, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Natasha Liu Bordizzo and Diahann Carroll also star.
Logan is the new Wolverine movie coming in March 2017. The trailer is mighty and stars Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Boyd Holbrook and Sienna Novikov.
Directed by James Mangold, Logan is set in a time where the X-Men are no more (2024) and Logan (Wolverine) plus Professor Charles Xavier must find another way to save the world…
This Logan trailer is like no other superhero movie trailer I’ve ever seen and I love it! It represents difference that I hadn’t been fully aware of needing. It’s also a beautifully paced and scored emotional journey.
Some of my thoughts as everything unfolded include, ‘Wow! This is dark, kind of depressingly so’. Then I was moved by how well constructed the trailer is and I found myself even more taken-over with the joy of seeing Logan find reason to continue when he thought none existed. Poetry, I tell you! Now I just really want to see Wolverine and the X-Men do their thing.
Richard E. Grant, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Stephen Merchant and Eriq La Salle also star.
Everybody loves a story where the underdog triumphs in the face of great doubt – and so comes the film of Eddie (‘The Eagle’) Edwards, Great Britain’s first Olympic Ski Jumper…
Starring Christopher Walken, Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman and Jim Broadbent, I’m looking forward to this movie because the message is one we can all use from time to time. I’m also excited about the comedy – and I’m not just referring to Taron Egerton’s facial hair.
Eddie The Eagle is directed by Dexter Fletcher. If you didn’t already know, he played the rather memorable ‘Soap’ (the Chef) in one of my favourite British films, Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels (1998).