Wednesday, March 15, 2023


The Last Kingdom Seven Kings Must Die Movie Trailer

Today we have new trailers for:
  • Netflix's upcoming medieval epic "Seven Kings Must Die", which is a feature-length sequel to the hit series "The Last Kingdom", which in turn was based on the best-selling "The Saxon StorieS" books by Bernard Cornwell. Alexander Dreymon is back as Uhtred of Bebbanburg.
  • The sci-fi thriller "Simulant" starring Robbie Amell, Jordana Brewster, Alicia Sanz, Simu Liu and Sam Worthington.
  • The MGM+ movie "The Portable Door" starring Christoph Waltz, Sam Neill, Patrick Gibson, Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto and Rachel House.
  • The horror drama "Adalynn" starring Sydney Carvill, Wade Baker and Janet Carter.
  • Peacock's music comedy "Praise This" starring Chloe Bailey, Anjelika Washington, Philip Fornah, Tristan Mack Wilds, and Quavo. The film is directed by Tina Gordon ("Little", "What Men Want", "Drumline").
  • Disney's new live-action remake "The Little Mermaid"

Watch all the new trailers after the jump.

Seven Kings Must Die (April 14, 2023 - Netflix)


Director: Edward Bazalgette

Starring: Alexander Dreymon, Harry Gilby, Mark Rowley, Arnas Fedaravicius, Rod Hallet, Ross Anderson, Ingrid Garcia-Jonsson, James Northcote, Cavan Clerkin, Tom Christian, Ewan Horrocks, Zak Sutcliffe, Nick Wittman, Alexandra Toth


"Alexander Dreymon reprises his lead role as the great warrior Uhtred of Bebbanburg, who must ride once more across a fractured kingdom with several of the series' much-loved returning characters, as they battle alongside, and against, new allies and enemies. Following the death of King Edward, a battle for the crown ensues, as rival heirs and invaders compete for power. And when an alliance comes seeking Uhtred's help in their plans, Uhtred faces a choice between those he cares for most, and the dream of forming a united England."

Simulant (June 2, 2023 - in theaters and on VOD)


Director: April Mullen

Starring: Robbie Amell, Jordana Brewster, Alicia Sanz, Simu Liu, Sam Worthington


"A humanoid A.I.'s attempt to win over a widow's heart places it in the path of a government agent trying to stop the rise of machine consciousness."

The Portable Door (April 8, 2023 - MGM+ in the US)


Director: Jeffrey Walker

Starring: Christoph Waltz, Sam Neill, Patrick Gibson, Sophie Wilde, Miranda Otto, Rachel House, Jessica De Gouw, Chris Pang, Damon Herriman, Christopher Sommers


"THE PORTABLE DOOR centers on Paul Carpenter and Sophie Pettingel, lowly, put-upon interns who begin working at the mysterious London firm J.W. Wells & Co., and become increasingly aware that their employers are anything but conventional. Charismatic villains Humphrey Wells, the CEO of the company, and middle manager Dennis Tanner are disrupting the world of magic by bringing modern corporate strategy to ancient magical practices, and Paul and Sophie discover the true agenda of the vast corporation."

Adalynn (March 28 - digital/DVD)


Director: Jacob Byrd

Starring: Sydney Carvill, Wade Baker, Janet Carter


"Releases on digital platforms and DVD later this month from Summer Hill Films, LLC.

Byrd’s debut, ADLYNN follows a mother fighting postpartum depression and slipping over the edge. It becomes hard to distinguish where depression ends, and her nightmares turn real, as she and her newborn are haunted by a stalker unlike any other. ‘Adalynn’ trades in a space between horror, fantasy, ghosts, demons, the Satanic occult and dreams. Jerrod D.Britto (13 Slays Till X-Mas, The Grass is Always Greener) wrote the pic. The film stars Sydney Carvill known for 'Keep in the Dark' (2022) and 'Moon Students' (2022), with Wade Baker of ‘Division 19’ (2017) and ‘Airliner Sky Battle’ (2020) and Janet Carter from ‘Revenge for My Mother’ (2022) and ‘Swim Instructor Nightmare’ (2022). The film is produced by Malati ‘Mala’ Patil & Jake Byrd and co-produced by filmmaking veteran Straw Weisman.

The film, also starring Sydney Carvill (Keep in the Dark), Wade Baker (Division 19), and Janet Carter (Revenge for my mother) is available in North America on VOD from Amazon, YouTube Movies, Microsoft Movies, Google Play, and Vudu. It will also be available on Amazon UK and internationally licensed through Summer Hill Entertainment.

“It’s shocking and artfully horrific at the same time,” says Producer Mala Patil.

ADLYNN, which has been accepted into 22 festivals thus far, winning awards for Byrd as Best Director, Sydney as Best Actress, and Mala as Women Filmmaker, is described as a “darkly visionary and disturbing” piece by Summer Hill Films President, Ted Chalmers.

Adds Chalmers, “‘Adalynn’ showcases the postpartum experience real life mothers face while giving viewers an insight into their inner demons”.

“It’s quirky and strange, an art house psychological thriller with shocking twists,” says Weisman.

“I don't want to scare you. I want to scar you,” says Jake Byrd. “ ‘Adalynn’ tells a powerful story exploring the ideas of postpartum depression, grief, fear and more, and I am excited to distribute this film through Summer Hill Films”.

Summer Hill Films LLC is a U.S. distributor and international sales and licensing company that attends all the major film sales markets including EFM, Marché du Film, AFM and Hong Kong Filmart."

Praise This (April 7, 2023 - Peacock)


Director: Tina Gordon

Starring: Chloe Bailey, Anjelika Washington, Philip Fornah, Tristan Mack Wilds, Quavo, Birgundi Baker, Crystal Renee Hayslett, Loren Lott, Jekalyn Carr, Koryn Hawthorne, Drew 'Druski' Desbordes


"Sometimes the music can lift you higher than you've ever been. Five-time Grammy nominee Chloe Bailey (star of Grown-ish and half of the sibling musical duo Chloe x Halle) stars in a new cinematic musical event set in the world of Atlanta's competitive gospel youth choir praise teams.

From director Tina Gordon (writer-director of Little and the writer of What Men Want and Drumline), PRAISE THIS follows aspiring musical superstar Sam (Chloe Bailey), a young woman driven, at almost any cost, to break into the music business. So, when her father (Philip Fornah), worried that Sam is associating with a dangerous crowd, moves them from Los Angeles to Atlanta to live with Sam's sunny cousin, Jess (Anjelika Washington), Sam is... not happy. But when Sam is forced to join her cousin's struggling, underdog praise team in the lead-up to a national championship competition, she sees an opportunity to finally make her dreams come true. What she discovers, though, is that ambition can command a high price and that praise is not about glory, but gratitude."

The Little Mermaid (May 26, 2023 - in theaters)


Director: Rob Marshall

Starring: Halle Bailey, Daveed Diggs, Jacob Tremblay, Awkwafina, Jonah Hauer-King, Art Malik, Noma Dumezweni, Javier Bardem, Melissa McCarthy


"THE LITTLE MERMAID is the beloved story of Ariel, a beautiful and spirited young mermaid with a thirst for adventure. The youngest of King Triton's daughters, and the most defiant, Ariel longs to find out more about the world beyond the sea, and while visiting the surface, falls for the dashing Prince Eric. While mermaids are forbidden to interact with humans, Ariel must follow her heart. She makes a deal with the evil sea witch, Ursula, which gives her a chance to experience life on land, but ultimately places her life -- and her father's crown -- in jeopardy."


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