Flip and watch the new movie trailers for Kicks, Mechanic: Resurrection + Loving…
Checkout this round of movie trailers:
Growing up in the East Bay area life is hard, but on the street its a battlefield. What will push you over the edge and into the world of gun violence?
When his hard-earned kicks get snatched by a local hood, fifteen-year old Brandon and his two best friends go on an ill-advised mission across the Bay Area to retrieve the stolen sneakers. Featuring a soundtrack packed with hip-hop classics, Justin Tipping’s debut feature is an urban coming-of-age tale told with grit, humor – and surprising lyricism.
Focus Features presents Kicks hits theaters on September 9, 2016
2011’s The Mechanic may have been lost somewhere in Jason Statham’s endless parade of action movies, but that hasn’t stopped a sequel from being made. The trailer for Mechanic: Resurrection has reminded us of one thing, Jason Statham action movies are fun.
In Mechanic: Resurrection, our hero has retired from the life, but is forced back in by people who want him to perform some key assassinations for them. In order to convince him to do the jobs, they’ve kidnapped his girlfriend, played by Jessica Alba. Not before she has a chance to don a bikini of course, in case you were worried about that.
Mechanic: Resurrection hits theaters on August 25, 2016
Loving tells the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, Virginia natives who traveled to Washington, D.C. in 1958 to marry. In doing so they evaded Virginia’s Racial Integrity Act Of 1924, which was imposed to make marriage between whites and non-whites a crime.
After returning to Virginia they were arrested and sentenced to prison in 1958, and, in order for their sentence to be suspended for 25 years, they soon made their home in Washington D.C. However, by 1964 the couple had become frustrated by their inability to travel to see their families in Virginia and they began legal proceedings against the state, which went all the way up to the Supreme Court who found that laws prohibiting interracial marriage were unconstitutional.
Written and directed by Jeff Nichols, Loving’s trailer immediately teases superlative and stirring performances from its leading stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga, who play the aptly named Richard and Mildred Loving, respectively.
Loving hits theaters on November 4, 2016