TIME movies

Watch the Intense Trailer for Beasts of No Nation

The film tells the story of an African child soldier involved in civil war

The first trailer for Cary Fukunaga’s upcoming Beasts of No Nation is an emotional, intense look into the life of an African child soldier that ends with Idris Elba’s character forcing the little boy to make a choice: kill the man in front of him who possibly killed his family — or let him escape with his life.

Beasts of No Nation is a Netflix original film based on Uzodinma Iweala’s 2005 novel of the same name, and will be one of the first Netflix original films along with Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, The Ridiculous Six, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend. It’s set to begin streaming Oct. 16, and will debut in select Landmark theaters in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Indianapolis, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Seattle, San Francisco, and San Diego that same day. The film will debut at the Venice Film Festival and also screen at the Toronto International Film Festival. See the trailer above.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME Television

The New Fargo Trailer: Mystery, Murder, and Minnesota Accents

The new season is set in 1979

“That’s how it starts, with something small, like a break-in at the Watergate Hotel,” a bearded Nick Offerman scoffs. “But this thing’s only getting bigger.”

And that’s how a new trailer for the upcoming season of Fargo starts, with a mysterious diner murder in otherwise bland and boring Luverne, Minn. Amidst the backdrop of a frigid northern winter, we hear a mix of foreboding spooky music and quirky disco-era beats, see streaks of blood splattered on the ground, and smirk at blunt sexual innuendos. There’s Kirsten Dunst as a town tart, Patrick Wilson as a Vietnam vet-turned-police-officer investigating a local gang, and many rounded Minnesota o’s. If Mad Men made the 70s sexy, Fargo makes it alluringly brash.

The show will premiere on FX in October.

TIME Television

Watch the First Trailer for Netflix’s Drug-Cartel Drama Narcos

The show chronicles the story of famed drug kingpin Pablo Escobar

Game of Thrones’ Pedro Pascal is back on television, and his mustache is better than ever.

Netflix has released the first full trailer for Narcos, an upcoming 10-episode drama about famed drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. Based on the true story of real-life DEA agents Javier Peña (Pascal) and Steve Murphy (Boyd Holbrook), Narcos follows the agents as they chase down Escobar (Wagner Moura) during the height of his 1980s Medellín cartel.

“We had no idea what we were in for,” Murphy says.

Directed by Jose Padilha (Elite Squad), the historical drama also stars newcomer Stephanie Sigman, soon to be seen as the newest Bond girl in the upcoming 007 film Spectre. Narcos premieres on Netflix on Aug. 28.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME movies

Here’s the Suicide Squad Trailer That Leaked at Comic-Con

The studio released the high-quality reel after a low-resolution, pirated version made its way around the Internet

Warner Bros. executives were faced with a dilemma when a Comic-Con visitor posted a pirated, low-quality tape of the studio’s Suicide Squad sizzle reel online. Should they wait to release a trailer on their own terms while a poor rendition made its way around the Internet, or put out the high-resolution version earlier than they wanted?

The studio went with the latter option on Monday, putting out the clean version of the three-minute teaser on YouTube.

Sue Kroll, president of worldwide marketing and international distribution for the studio, told Deadline, “We regret this decision as it was our intention to keep the footage as a unique experience for the Comic-Con crowd, but we cannot continue to allow the film to be represented by the poor quality of the pirated footage stolen from our presentation.”

The gang of dangerous criminals busted out of jail to work on black ops for a government agency are played by a star-studded cast of characters including Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto and Cara Delevingne. Suicide Squad is scheduled to hit theaters on Aug. 5, 2016.

TIME Video Games

Watch the New Call of Duty Zombies Mode in Black Ops 3: Shadows of Evil

Video may contain violent scenes and language that some viewers may find offensive

Call of Duty fans prepare to immerse yourselves, once more, into a world of the undead, because Activision have just revealed the first look at the Black Ops III Zombies mode.

Debuted at Comic-Con in San Diego Thursday, Shadows of Evil offers a new survival co-op mode, in what the game developers Treyarch call “the deepest Zombies experience to date.”

Set in the 1940’s with a celebrity cast including Jeff Goldblum, Heather Grahan, Neal McDonough, Ron Perlman and Robert Picado, the film-noir narrative follows four unwitting characters who are tasked with uncovering secrets and challenges set out for them by the mysterious Shadow Man.

Black Ops III: Shadow of Evil launches Nov. 6, for Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Playstation 4 and PC.

TIME movies

See Chris Pine as a Coast Guard Captain in Trailer for Disney’s The Finest Hours

The movie stars Chris Pine, Eric Bana and Casey Affleck

Disney released a trailer Wednesday for its upcoming adventure film The Finest Hours.

Chris Pine stars as Captain Bernie Webber in this true story of a 1952 Coast Guard rescue mission of an oil tanker with 30 sailors trapped inside and a violent nor’easter raging outside.

There’s a love interest (Holliday Grainger), a stoic leader (Casey Affleck), crashing waves, ice, winds and thick Boston accents. The movie, directed by Craig Gillespie (notably, of another Disney feature, the Jon Hamm-starring Million Dollar Arm), will be released Jan. 29, 2016.

TIME Television

Watch Caitlyn Jenner Give an Empowering Speech in New I Am Cait Trailer

"Hang out with the people that love you"


A new teaser for Caitlyn Jenner’s upcoming series, I Am Cait, shows Jenner and company toasting to Caitlyn — with mother Esther Jenner present.

Esther called Caitlyn “beautiful” after the Vanity Fair cover reveal, but mentioned she would still call Caitlyn her birth name, “Bruce.” But maybe that’s changing. “My first feeling was, ‘I lost my son,’ ” Esther says in the promo, which debuted on E! News. “Then I thought, ‘You know what? I’m gaining.’ “

Jenner is then shown talking to transgender teens. In a blog post released earlier Monday, Jenner wrote, “I have totally isolated myself from the transgender community so I have a lot of catching up to do.” She’s catching up, telling the kids, “Hang out with the people that love you and respect you. We’re all beautiful!”

Watch the trailer above, including the awkward fashion moment at the end. I Am Cait debuts July 26 on E!.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME movies

Watch Katherine Heigl and Alexis Bledel as a Couple in the Trailer for Jenny’s Wedding

The movie shows a family unwilling to accept their daughter's sexuality

Katherine Heigl is starring in another wedding movie, but this time the premise is quite different from 27 Dresses. In Jenny’s Wedding, Heigl plays a lesbian whose family has been in the dark about her sexual orientation, and when they find out she plans to marry her partner, played by Alexis Bledel, they’re blown away that two have been more than roommates all these years—and not very quick to accept the news.

Tom Wilkinson, Linda Emond and Grace Gummer round out the cast of the film, which opens in theaters July 31.

TIME movies

Watch the First Trailer for I Am Chris Farley

The film chronicles Farley’s life, and includes vintage footage, home videos, and interviews with numerous celebrities

It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly two decades since Chris Farley died at the age of 33 in 1997. The comic—who got his start in Chicago at Second City before breaking out on Saturday Night Liveand films such as Tommy Boy and Black Sheep—is remembered fondly and, of course, sadly in this new trailer for the documentary I Am Chris Farley.

Directed by Brent Hodge and Derik Murray, the film chronicles Farley’s life, and includes vintage footage, home videos, and interviews with David Spade, Adam Sandler, Lorne Michaels, Bob Odenkirk, and Molly Shannon, among others.

The film opens in theaters July 31 and will also become available on VOD on Aug 11.

Watch the trailer above.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME Television

Watch the First Teaser Trailer for The Leftovers Season 2

The show has unveiled a new setting

Normally sitting in an endless line of stand-still traffic is no one’s idea of fun.

On the other hand, when 2% of the world’s population disappears in an unexplained phenomenon and your destination is a town where exactly 0% of the population has mysteriously departed, a little traffic seems like a reasonable cross to bear.

The second season of HBO’s critically-acclaimed drama The Leftovers will return this fall with new characters and a new location. Instead of the fictional New York town of Mapelton, the latest season of Damon Lindelof’s series will be set in the fictional Texas town of Jarden (pop. 9,261). It’s probably too much to hope that there’ll be a crossover with another famous fictional Texas town called Dillon.

The Leftovers will return this fall on HBO, though the network has yet to announce a specific date.


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