Trailer Round-Up: Mortdecai, Maps to the Stars, and More
Welcome to another Trailer Round-Up. Today, you’ll find the latest trailers for upcoming releases, like Maps to the Stars, Camp X-Ray, Rudderless, Two Night Stand, The Guest, and Wetlands. Since we’re creeping up on 2015, I also included the debut trailer for Mortdecai.
Not only are the trailers below, but I included info (like stars, director, and a release date) for each movie.
First up I have the debut trailer for next year’s Mortdecai. The action-comedy has a notable cast that includes Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, and more. David Koepp (Premium Rush) is in charge of the adaptation and you can check out the film February 6, 2015.
I also found a new trailer for Maps to the Stars. David Cronenberg (Cosmopolis) directed this one; Julianne Moore (Don Jon), Mia Wasikowska (Stoker), John Cusack, and Robert Pattinson all star in the movie. I find Cronenberg’s films to be pretty wild and judging by the new UK trailer, this one is going to continue the streak. We’ll see for sure September 27th when it plays at the New York Film Festival. A wider U.S. release date will come later on.
A debut trailer for the independent film Camp X-Ray also dropped recently. As the title implies, the movie is based on the Guantanamo Bay detention center. The movie most notably stars Kristen Stewart as she continues to distance herself from her Twilight persona. Camp X-Ray will release in the U.S. on October 17th.
Next up is a trailer for Rudderless starring Billy Crudup (Public Enemies), Anton Yelchin (Star Trek Into Darkness), Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix), and William H. Macy. Macy will be making his directorial debut with this musical drama. Like Camp X-Ray, you can find Rudderless in theaters October 17th. Watch the trailer above.
Along with a poster last week, I have the first trailer for Two Night Stand. Like I mentioned last time, Two Night Stand deserves a chance because it stars up-and-comer Miles Teller (The Spectacular Now). We’ll see if Max Nichols’ film is any good come September 26th.
Adam Wingard’s (You’re Next) psychological thriller The Guest released a new trailer, too. Dan Stevens (ITV’s Downton Abbey) and Maika Monroe (At Any Price) headline this film (which should release already September 5th). Make sure to check out the trailer above.
Next is the trailer for Wetlands, a film by David Wnendt (Combat Girls). Judging by the trailer, it doesn’t look like my kind of movie; however, I’d still give the trailer a chance. The movie stars Carla Juri (Lovely Louise) and Chrisoph Letkowski (Parkour). The trailer is above while the foreign film awaits a U.S. release date.
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