Leslie Bibb And Josh Duhamel Find Love On A Farm In ‘The Lost Husband’ Trailer

Based on the novel by New York Times bestselling author Katherine Center, The Lost Husband centers on Libby Moran, a woman who is still reeling over the death of her husband.

Libby movies into her estranged aunt’s (Nora Dunn) goat farm with her children in Central Texas, and this city girl is definitely out of her element. Josh Duhamel co-stars as James, the farm manager who, like LIbby, is also dealing with a past tragedy. Rounding out the ensemble are Sharon Lawrence (NYPD Blue), Kevin Alejandro (Lucifer), and Carly Pope (she worked with Bibb on TV’s Popular).

The Lost Husband, produced by Bibb, hits theaters and VOD on April 10. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!

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Sidney Flanigan Finds The Music Behind ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’

Sidney Flanigan makes her film debut in Never Rarely Sometimes Always, a story that centers on Autumn (Flanigan), a pregnant teen who travels with her cousin Skylar (Talia Ryder) to New York.

Autumn, who is getting an abortion, brings Skylar for moral support, but it’s clear from the outset that both girls know a thing or two about perserverance.

Although Flanigan is an inexperienced actress, her transition to the craft comes from an organic place. “I play music that is very emotional and requires me to get into a certain headspace where I deliver it to an audience,” said Flanigan. “I kind of transfered that into the acting experience and navigated it in that way.

During the opening sequence of the film, Autumn performs an acoustic song and is heckled by someone in the audience, but still she bravely marches on to finish her song. Click on the media bar to hear Flanigan discuss the resilience behind her character:

Never Rarely Sometimes Always, directed by Eliza Hittman, is now playing in select theaters.

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Alexandra Daddario Goes Heavy Metal In Horror Thriller ‘We Summon The Darkness’

Alexandra Daddario (Why Women Kill, Baywath) and Johnny Knoxville (Jackass) team up in We Summon The Darkness, and from the looks of the trailer this horror filck may be worth a look.

Alexis (Daddario) is off to a heavy metal concert with her two girlfriends, and after a heavy metal concert, they invite three guys to join them at the estate owned by Alexis’ dad (Knoxville). Her father, however, is a devout preacher who speaks his mind, so he may not approve of the gathering. When a local murder is believed to be tied to a string of satanic kilings. Alexis and her friends may be in for a very tragic evening. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!

The movie, co-starring Keean Johnson and Logan Miller, hits theaters, On Demand, and Digital on April 10.

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Hilary Swank Finds The “Color” And “Nuance” Of Riveting Thriller ‘The Hunt’

Directed by Craig Zobel ,The Hunt focuses on twelve strangers who are being tracked down and killed. This survivalist thriller, penned by The Watchmen producers Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse, stars Hilary Swank is Athena, the leader of these group of liberal elitists who have placed these people right in the midst of fatalistic nightmare.

“We haven’t really played with how social media can affect someone’s life and how social media can not only affect someone’s life but ruin someone’s life,” said Swank. “Something that is said about you becomes a reality if people don’t know the truth. So how do you get from under that.”

Click on the media bar to hear Swank discuss the nuances behind The Hunt:

The Hunt is currently in theaters, but with the importance of social distancing it is now available for streaming.

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George Mackay Takes On Iconic Figure In ‘True History of the Kelly Gang’ Trailer

Outlaw Ned Kelly has previously been portrayed by Mick Jagger and Heath Ledger, and now George Mackay is playing Kelly in True History of the Kelly Gang.

Directed by Justin Kurzel (Assassin’s Creed, Macbeth), True History of the Kelly Gang features an all-star cast (including Russell Crowe, Nicholas Hoult, Charlie Hunnam, and Thomasin Mckenzie) that attempt to bring a different take on the outlaw’s oft-told life.

Mackay’s work in 1917 has garnered him much more attention, and he has already proven he can carry his own film. Kurzel’s previous films are visually eye catching, and the trailer definitely shows his talents with shot composition. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!

True History of the Kelly Gang hits New York on April 24 and May 1 in Los Angeles.

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‘Onward’ Tops Box Office With $12.5 Million Showing

Due to the coronavirus, moviegoers are understandably staying home, and Onward was the top earner over the weekend with $12.5 million. Here’s the top 10:

  1. Onward – Animated film takes in $12.5 million.
  2. I Still Believe – Romantic drama starring Britt Robertson makes $10.9 million.
  3. Bloodshot Vin Diesel’s latest rounds up $9.3 million in its first weekend.
  4. The Invisible Man – Thriller collects $6.2 million and to date it has made over $65 million domestically.
  5. The Hunt – Feature debuts with $5.7 million.
  6. Sonic the Hedgehog – Hit film grosses $2.7 million.
  7. The Way Back Ben Affleck drama collects $2.5 million.
  8. Call of the Wild – Family film generates $2.4 million and to date it has made $62.2 million domestically.
  9. Emma – Latest iteration of the Jane Austen classic makes $1.39 million.
  10. Bad Boys For Life – Blockbuster hangs on to the top ten makes $1.1 million.

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