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May 15, 2017

David, Devindra and Jeff re-affirm that Doug Liman’s still got “it,” debate the merits of naming your child Kylo, and praise the new season of Master of None. Be sure to read how Matt Zoller Seitz inspired this week’s Leftovers. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like …

Today brings some good and some bad news when it comes to the next film from Alfonso Cuarón. First up, we’ll deal with the latter: once imagined to be a fall 2017 premiere, it looks like Roma won’t get a release until 2018. As for the good news, our first official …

“We’re trapped by this giant ant!” File this one under “Wait, this film really exists?!” Roger! Pictures out of Finland has launched the first trailer for a movie called It Came From the Desert, adapted from a video game in the 1980s about giant ants. The game is obviously inspired by the sci-fi classic Them! (also about giant ants) and thus this is clearly an updated version of the giant ant sci-fi story. Sadly, it looks more like a SyFy movie than anything I’m excited to see, but maybe I should’ve expected that. This film stars Mark Arnold, Harry Lister Smith, Vanessa Grasse, Alex Mills, James Alper, Claudia Trujillo, Callum McGowan, and Aino Sirje. The coolest part in this is the first reveal of someone being impaled through the chest, but the ants themselves look terrible. Hopefully they’re much better in the final version. Have fun. Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Marko Mäkilaakso’s It Came From the Desert, from …

“What the hell is Rendel?” The first official trailer has arrived online for a Finnish, futuristic superhero film titled Rendel, which is the name of the masked superhero character that it’s about. Created by the film’s director, Jesse Haaja, Rendel is a “faceless” superhero fighting against the VALA criminal organization in the “cold dystopia” of a fictionalized version of a Finnish city called Mikkeli. This “superhero story” is a bit darker and grittier than what we see out of Hollywood, but still has some of the same tropes of the genre. Starring Finnish actor Kristofer Gummerus as Rendel, along with Matti Onnismaa, Minttu Tamski, Roosa-Maria Makinen, Alina Tomnikov, Bianca Bradey, and Johnny Vivash. This looks it could be cool, but I’m also a bit worried it might also be straight-to-VHS level terrible. Check out the footage below. Here’s the first official trailer (+ poster) for Jesse Haaja’s Rendel, direct from YouTube (via TMB): A faceless hero Rendel is at open and ruthless …

Andrey Zvyagintsev‘s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated, Cannes-winning 2014 drama Leviathan is Loveless, co-written with creative partner Oleg Negin (also of Elena and The Banishment). Following an estranged couple who are going through a divorce, their relationship shifts when their 12-year-old son disappears. With that set-up ripe for an exploration about a flailing relationship, with …

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