I’ve got opinions on all of these, but I’ll give them sometime later.
There’s also a promo for Samantha Bee’s new late-night TV show on TBS.
Animation fans might want to check out The Prophet, an animation feat featuring nine animators and is spearheaded by Salma Hayek. If you love poetry, this film is an adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s book of poetry The Prophet.
Daughter of Dawn, a 1920s film starring all Native actors, has been reclaimed and will be re-released to the public.
There’s also another first look at Lana Condor as Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse. Again, I’m sure you have seen it already, but I’m posting it here.
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There’s a first look at Martin Scorsese’s pet project, Silence, based on the novel by Shusaku Endo. The first look comes courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.
An indie film that’s more than likely playing at Cannes right now, Mediteranea has a poster that’s been released. The film is about two friends who travel from Burkina Faso to Southern Italy. After arriving in Italy, the two friends drift apart through their experiences living in a new country.
There’s a clip from Gus Van Sant’s Sea of Trees starring Ken Watanabe and Matthew McConaughey, which you can watch here.
Texas Rising, History Channel’s latest foray into scripted historical drama, is coming Memorial Day, and you’ve probably seen this trailer already:
There’s more stuff at History’s YouTube channel.
I’m not sure if these pictures are new, but if you’ve been following Chocolate City, there’s a ton of photos from the film, which will be out May 22 in theaters and On Demand.
There are some new photos of The Falcon in Captain America 3: Civil War.
David Oyelowo is featured in an extended featurette of the HBO film Nightingale. Also, here’s the trailer and poster.
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