For all of us who live outside of North America and China, our only chance to see Annihilation is on Netflix. Today, the well-known streaming platform has become official the film’s release date (March 12), and has launched a new poster and trailer. Here they are:
Only one still has been officially released from Annihilation so far, but the new trailer has allowed us to see new moments of the film starring Natalie. To make the wait more bearable until the premiere of the Alex Garland´s movie in two months, here are a few HD screenshots of the trailer. Enjoy:
Finally there is a date for the release of the new Annihilation trailer. Within a couple of days, on Wednesday:
According to Alberta rated trailers site, trailer runtime will be 2:24 minutes.
we will be attentive to it…
I would normally wait for a good source to post, but I think this is worth it. Here we have the last forty seconds of the teaser trailer of Xavier Dolan’s film, recorded directly from a cinema. The quality is terrible, but you can see a little hint of Natalie in it:
Updated: Original twitter link erased.
Planetarium, the film directed by Rebecca Zlotowski and starring Natalie and Lily-Rose Depp, finally got a US release. Months after its premiere in several countries (and even with Blu-ray & DVD editions in France), the movie will have a limited release on August 11 in New York and a week later in LA.
So maybe we have occasion to see some kind of premiere with Natalie and the rest of the cast next month. At the moment a subtitled trailer in English has seen the light in the last days. In essence is the same that we saw last September:
And more great news for Jackie. It seems that finally this week we have a teaser trailer for the film.
Meanwhile, the movie still adding festivals this month. In addition to New York, Larraín’s movie can be seen at Savannah, Austin, Philadelphia, Mill Valley… and Flandes, Belgium:
Yes, this time it’s real. A brand new Planetarium trailer has been officially launched today, with french subtitles, and in glorious HD.
The movie will be premiered on September 8 at the Venice Film Festival, and September 10 in Toronto.
Tip, a new still of film: