The summer movie season is still in full swing, but we're already getting a sense of what movies will be coming this fall — and even next year. Let's take a look at some of the latest trailers to make the rounds.
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Joel and Ethan Coen aren’t just some of the most interesting filmmakers working today, they’re arguably the most consistent: every single film the brothers create is an event worth paying attention to. Their latest takes a look at the life of a struggling folk musician (Oscar Isaac) in the 1960s, with Carey Mulligan, John Goodman, and Justin Timberlake playing just a few of the people he encounters along the way.
Stop-motion animation studio Laika has been responsible for gorgeous films like Coraline and ParaNorman, and its latest looks to continue in that tradition. Ben Kingsley, Simon Pegg, and Toni Collette are among the actors lending their vocal talents, but unfortunately we’ll have to wait until 2014 for The Boxtrolls to hit theaters.
Daniel Craig’s darker take on James Bond has rebooted the character for audiences worldwide, and now BBC and Sky Atlantic are taking a look at the man behind 007. Fleming stars Dominic Cooper as author Ian Fleming, and if this early teaser is any indication, the mini-series will have more than a little in common with the recent Bond films themselves.
THE WIZARD OF OZ
Victor Fleming’s 1939 classic will be coming to theaters this September for a limited one-week run — in IMAX 3D, no less. A deluxe “75th Anniversary” box set will follow in October, but if you’ve never seen the film on the big screen, you might want to take advantage of the opportunity.