“Solo” to Premiere at Cannes, ‘A Quiet Place’, CW 10 Renewed Projects + More Hot Movie News


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‘A Quiet Place’

A new modern horror-thriller about a family of four that must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threatens their survival.

“A Quiet Place” hits theaters on March 6.

Solo to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival

Solo: A Star Wars Story will premiere at the international cinema event on May 15, just 10 days before debuting worldwide on May 25.

Check out if it’s worth watching here.

CW renewed projects 

On Monday, The CW revealed that it gave early renewals to 10 of its current shows for the upcoming 2018-2019 season.

Here are they: “The Flash”, “Supernatural”, “Arrow”, “Black Lightning”, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Legends of Tomorrow”, “Dynasty”, “Jane the Virgin”, “Riverdale”, “Supergirl”.


Source: CW

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

The very first trailer of “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” was released!

The movie features Adam Driver, the main actor of the new “Star Wars” trilogy.

‘Cargo’ trailer

New Netflix project”Cargo”, starring Martin Freeman as a conflicted man facing a zombie apocalypse.

Freeman’s character Andy is a father of a young baby girl, and since he soon becomes infected by the very devils he’s been avoiding, his quest is not to survive his fate at all, but to provide for his infant child.

 ‘Upgrade’ Trailer

The film stars Logan Marshall-Green as Grey Trace, whose wife is murdered in front of his eyes in a mugging that also leaves him paralyzed.

Trace is approached by a billionaire investor who offers him an experimental cure to his paralysis with an implant called STEM, as he is thirsty for revenge.

But the implant offers a lot more than a pair of working legs and when he starts to explore the newfound possibilities, he becomes a high-tech killing machine.

Fahrenheit 451 trailer

HBO launched a new trailer of “Fahrenheit 451” and it’s just fantastic!

The new HBO movie is based on Ray Bradbury’s 1953 dystopian novel of the same name. It is a futuristic story about the society where books are burned to censor and destroy knowledge.

Read more about it here.

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