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Watch the Trailer for Chris Evans’ ‘Before Sunrise’-esque Directorial Debut, ‘Before We Go’

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“But what I really wanna do is direct,” goes the cliché, and yet the skepticism that tends to greet a marquee actor trying their hand at directing isn’t altogether fair—after all, the first marquee director, D.W. Griffith, started out as an actor, and the legacy of actor/directors (from Chaplin to Eastwood to Allen to Affleck) is a daunting one.
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Here’s the First Full Trailer for the Tina Fey/Amy Poehler Comedy ‘Sisters’

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Since its announcement last year, Sisters has been one of our can’t-miss movies for 2015, pairing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler onscreen for the first time since Baby Mama, with a script by Paula Pell, a 15-year veteran of Saturday Night Live. After a teaser back in January, Universal is releasing (presumably attached to Trainwreck, which is some A+ target marketing) the first full trailer for the movie, and it looks pretty great:
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Watch the US Trailer for Xavier Dolan’s New/Old Psychological Thriller, ‘Tom at the Farm’

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Xavier Dolan’s Mommy was one of last year’s unlikely sleeper hits, a well-crafted, difficult, and often divisive familial drama that had its share of both champions and detractors, but, at the very least, confirmed that the 26-year-old Canadian filmmaker/wunderkind is a filmmaker of real skill. And, as with this year’s long-delayed US release of Asghar Farhadi’s About Elly, a new indie hit can mean a dip into the back catalog, which is why Dolan’s Tom at the Farm will hit U.S. indie houses this summer (two years after the rest of the world saw it).
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Watch Lily Tomlin Kick Ass in the First Trailer for ‘Grandma’

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Since its debut at Sundance in January, Paul Weitz’s comedy/drama Grandma has been wowing festival audiences and critics (including this one), thanks to its low-key charm, warm vibe, and first rate cast, which includes Julia Garner, Marcia Gay Harden, Laverne Cox, Sam Elliot, Judy Greer, and Lily Tomlin in the title role. The story of a desperate young woman (Gardner) — who goes to her grandmother to help pay for her abortion — turns into a journey through the older woman’s past, and the kind of shambling character piece that Hal Ashby or Paul Mazursky might’ve directed back in the ‘70s (when we first met Ms. Tomlin).
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