Check out the Welcome to Marwen, Crimes of Grindelwald, and Aquaman trailers!
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With San Diego Comic Con well under way, there's a whole host of news and panels and sneak peeks of all your favourite films and TV shows. Here's just a little round up of some of the most exciting trailers to come our way! Forrest Gump director Robert Zemeckis is back with yet another film exploring the human condition in all its complexity in a tale of hope in the wake of tragedy. Steve Carrell plays Mark Hogancamp, who, after a senseless and brutal attack, loses his memories as well as full use of his body. His recovery process is aided by a series of remarkable women, played by Janelle Monae (Moonlight, Hidden Figures), Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Eiza Gonzales (From Dusk til Dawn, Baby Driver) amongst others. His road to recovery is reflected in his art - a model-world called Marwen inhabited by dolls that mirror his struggles in a cinematically innovative and truly moving way. Welcome to Marwen hits UK cinemas on January 11th 2019.
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The controversial sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, clunkily named Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, unfortunately still stars Johnny Depp in the apt titular role of a criminal. Despite that, for those of us who thought we never would, it'd be tough not to have an emotional reaction to going back to Hogwarts once more. We get our first look at Jude Law's Professor Dumbledore in action, and it seems he's up to his old tricks -- hiding at a comfortable distance behind the front lines while sending his students out to fight. No sign of his sexuality being made explicit though. Our returning cast of Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterson, and Ezra Miller are joined by Zoe Kravitz in her mysterious role as Leta Lestrange, alongside of course a whole host of new fantastic beasts. Nazi rhetoric aside, it can't be denied that the effects and cinematography of this film look absolutely stunning. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald apparates into UK cinemas on November 16th.
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