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This may be the most star-studded, action packed trailer we’ve seen all week. Everest is based on a true story of two teams of people who climb Mt. Everest but must deal with the life-threatening conditions along the way. The cast is jammed with high profile names, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Keira Knightley, Robin Wright, John Hawkes, Jason Clarke and Rob Hall. We often overuse the word ‘epic’, but trust us when we use it this time: this movie looks e-p-i-c.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt takes on the most terrifying task of all time: tightrope walking between the two World Trade Center towers. In The Walk, based on an incredible true story, Gordon-Levitt plays a French man whose goal is to successfully walk between the two towers on a tightrope — even though it’s extremely dangerous and not at all legal. The trailer is heart-pounding and suspenseful, making us all the more excited to see it in theatres (in IMAX!).
If you’re a fan of 2012’s Frances Ha, then this movie is for you. Dynamic duo Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig team up once again for Mistress America, a film that follows Tracy (Lola Kirke), a college freshman new to the Big Apple, who is taken in by her soon-to-be stepsister Brooke (Gerwig). The adventures are just as wacky as the ones in Frances Ha — but in colour instead of black and white!
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation
Bound to become a summer blockbuster, the latest in the Mission: Impossible franchise has released a brand new trailer that includes new footage of Tom Cruise being a badass, as well as the very funny Simon Pegg who gets stuck in a thrilling car chase with Cruise.
The Diary of a Teenage Girl
There are many coming-of-age movies that document the awkward teenage years of a girl’s life — and quite frankly, we need more. This is why we’re super excited to see the trailer for The Diary of a Teenage Girl, a movie that follows Minnie Goetze (Bel Powley) as she navigates through sex, love and growing up. Bonus: Kristen Wiig plays Minnie’s amazingly sassy mother.