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The Official Trailer For YouTube Red Series COBRA KAI Kicks Nostalgia In The Face

Weeks and weeks of short teasers and promos now bring netizens in full view of the official trailer for YouTube Red series, Cobra Kai. The first few seconds feel like a tiny spoiler if you have a keen eye and sense in comparing the footage to that of the original film, but what ensues is a raft of reasons to get into the narrative.
Roles swap in this new installment with actor Ralph Macchio taking on a more antagonistic persona for the show opposite William Zabka whose own arc is the crux of the series. Homages to the past film franchise are abound in addition to a fresher blood for this latest spin-off which also hails the emegence of actor Xolo Maridueña in a role that clearly echoes that of Macchio's in 1984. These ought to give way to understanding the mechanisms behind what drives this show ahead and otherwise seemingly invokes a little more than nostalgia to get people plugged in for the show's May 2 premiere date.
In the highly-anticipated return of two iconic characters,…

F. Gary Gray's MEN IN BLACK Reboot Will Reunite Tessa Thompson With Chris Hemsworth

Fans who enjoyed the life out of seeing Tessa Thompson in Thor: Ragnarok can expect to see the actress reunite with the lead actor once more by next year. As The Hollywood Reporter noted on Wednesday with Chris Hemsworth set to officiate his casting, Thompson is already in place for F. Gary Gray's forthcoming Men In Black reboot which will widen its U.K.-set narrative and casting on a global, ensemble scale.
Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald are back as producers following the hit successes they earned from the original trilogy which had Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones headlining. Steven Spielberg is returning as executive produce the film with Iron Man scribes Matt Holloway and Art Marcum penning for a June 14 release next year from Sony Pictures.

THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME: Action, Espionage, Suspense And Way TMI In The Official Teaser Trailer

Set the date for August 3 with the forthcoming release of Susanna Fogel's new action comedy, The Spy Who Dumped Me. The official trailer arrived in the minutes within The Ellen Show's segment on Wednesday with lead actresses Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon, and with full chemistry equally on display. Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon), two thirty-year-old best friends in Los Angeles, are thrust unexpectedly into an international conspiracy when Audrey’s ex-boyfriend shows up at their apartment with a team of deadly assassins on his trail. Surprising even themselves, the duo jump into action, on the run throughout Europe from assassins and a suspicious-but-charming British agent, as they hatch a plan to save the world. Justin Theroux, Gillian Anderson, Hasan Minhaj, Ivanna Sakhno, and Sam Heughan also star. Catch the trailer now!

WRATH OF SILENCE: Jiang Wu Brims With Sinister Appeal In The Newest Trailer

The time seems about right for things to pick back up with Xin Yukun's edgy new thriller, Wrath Of Silence after a delayed release last October. The official trailer for it's previously reset date for April 4 has arrived with an invite for fans that both seethes and stimulates with chilling mystery, grit, and brutal action. On a chilly winter's day in Northern China, a shepherd boy roams the mountains with his herd. Two days later, miner Zhang Baomin hurries back to his home - his son has disappeared in the mountains. Three days later, lawyer Xu Wenjie's daughter disappears as well. He picks up the phone and calls the only suspect possible. Mountains and the wilderness, people lose themselves in this no man's land in search of their blood. Oft Xu Haofeng collaborator, actor Song Yang leads the murky, suspenseful narrative preset by Xin's own pespective of the trials and tribulations of impoverished rural Chinese life. Also starring are Jiang Wu and Yuan Wenkang…

SNATCH-UP: Don't Miss The Official Trailer For The South Korean Bumbling Crime Comedy

Writer and director Heo Joon-Hyung's feature debut brings a rousing show of crime comedy and thrills in Snatch-Up. That's what we get to sample with in the latest trailer featuring actor Kim Moo-Yul who finds himself caught in a convoluted web of gangsters and seedy politicians after losing his mother's operation money to a bully only to mistakenly receive a gun when a loanshark desperate to assassinate a greedy politician botches its delivery.
The key cast includes Kim Min-Kyo, Lim Won-Hee, Jeon Kwang-Leol, Lee Kyoung-Young, Park Hee-Soon and Oh Jung-Se for the film's April 12 release. Catch the trailer below!

THE DEBT COLLECTOR Trailer: Big Balls, A Fast Fist And White Wall Tires Set The Pace For Another Johnson/Adkins Thrillride

The renaissance of late seeing stunt professionals taking to the helm and winning sizeably has all but been signature for action genre fans. Adding to the excitement is the work of director Jesse V. Johnson whose momentum simply continues to increase in the wake of titles like The Package and The Beautiful Ones, along with subsequent several pairings in the last few years with actor Scott Adkins.
Thus, gracing netizens everywhere this week is the latest trailer footage for The Debt Collector, pitching a swift crime thriller emboldened with dramtic wit and chemistry, and refreshing stunt sequences characteristic of Luke LaFontaine. There's no precise info on release dates safe for mention of a June deadline depending on where you look but I imagine official details will get sharper as the weeks pass. French (Scott Adkins, Marvel’s “Doctor Strange”) is running a martial arts gym, training promising new fighters– but it hasn’t exactly been paying the bills. To make ends meet, he begi…

Dave Bautista Action Comedy, STUBER, Casts Kumali Nanjiani To Lead

Headlines late last year were bolstering actor Dave Bautista for great prospects. December gave rise to then-breaking news of action comedy, Stuber, currently housed at 20th Century Fox with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley producing for Goon helmer Michael Dowse to direct.
This week, the Uber-themed spectacle is signaling its relevance once more with the addition of The Big Sick star, actor Kumali Nanjiani for the title role of Uber driver, Stu, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Tripper Clancy wrote the script which sees Bautista as a hard boiled cop hot on the trail of a brutal killer and desperate to catch him by comandeering an Uber and its reluctant five star-rated driver.
Jake Wagner and Nick Thomas are executive producing with Jeremy Kramer overseeing for Fox. Daley and Goldstein are also joined in with efforts at Warner Bros. Pictures to helm DC Comics adaptation, Flashpoint, for a 2020 release.
Bautista's next appearance will be in Anthony and Joe Russo's…

Nick Cheung Lines Up Courtroom Action Drama, GUILT BY DESIGN

Nick Cheung has been sweeping Filmart in the last two days with a number of projects. Perfect Village Entertainment's Guilt By Design is one of them, produced in association with Grand Canal Pictures and Mei Ah Films with Hong Kong film trio Lai Siu Kwan, Sze Pak Lam and Yongtai Liu helming the project in whole as their debut.
The film hails from its prior showing as an award-winning at the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum back in 2016. Per The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, Derek Yee, Jason Guo and Perfect Village president and CEO Ellen Eliasoph are producing the film which sees Cheung starring as a former hypnotist whose only solution for saving his daughter's life from mysterious kidnappers is to convince his fellow jurors to render a guilty verdict by meticulously hypnotizing them.
“Guilt by Design is a quintessential high-concept Hong Kong action/suspense thriller that marks the directorial debut of a brilliant trio of young Hong Kong writer/directors," Ellen Eli…

Zhang Peng's ASURA Teases More Visual Wonders, Action And Thrills In The Latest Trailer

Hollywood stuntman and coordinator Zhang Peng's directorial debut, Asura, is still due for a release date following a previous teaser arriving a few months ago. For this, we have a daunting new trailer lending a deeper look into the world that features fresh talents, actress Zhang Yi Shang (Railroad Tigers) and Lei Wu (The Shanghai Job, upcoming Nehza)

Buddhist mythology serves as the basis for the script by Kirk Caouette, Zhenjian Yang and Adam Chanzit which sees Wu's character forged into heroism upon learning of the pivotal he plays in the ultimate battle between heaven and hell. Seasoned and celebrated talents, actress Carina Lau and actor Tony Leung Ka-Fai lead the cast further with a raft of international talents such as actor Matthew Knowles, prolific stunt professionals Damien Walters and Caitlin Dechelle, and prolific contortionist Bonetics Junior known for wowing audiences on Britain's Got Talent. 
A late 2018 release may arise although it's reasonable to be…

TAG Teases A Proverbial Gangbang Based On A True Story In The First Trailer

Jeff Tosmic of Broad City fame is on par to get some attention at the movies this summer. For this, actor Jeremy Renner takes center stage as the man to beat in a longstanding game for the ages with Tag, written by Rob McKittrick and Mark Steilen for a June 15 release.
For one month every year, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running in a no-holds-barred game of tag they’ve been playing since the first grade—risking their necks, their jobs and their relationships to take each other down with the battle cry: “You’re It!”  This year, the game coincides with the wedding of their only undefeated player, which should finally make him an easy target.  But he knows they’re coming…and he’s ready. Based on a true story, the New Line Cinema comedy “Tag” shows how far some guys will go to be the last man standing.
Renner is joined by Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Annabelle Wallis, Rashida Jones, Isla Fisher, Leslie Bibb Hannibal Buress and Jon Hamm with a script adapted from Russell Adams…