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New Trailers : Justice League, Come True, Gremlins ad, Boss Level, Rain Beau’s End

A bevy of new sneak peeks hit the interweb over the past couple of days – including a  highly-anticipated new trailer for  Zack Snyder’s four-hour (!) cut of “Justice League”, which airs on HBO Max in March.

 

JUSTICE LEAGUE : SNYDER CUT

On March 18, the heavily-petitioned “Snyder Cut” premieres on HBO Max (and, apparently, where they’re still open – theaters). This one, a lengthier, alternate cut of the 2016 film, will reportedly offer up a cooler storyline, lots more CGI (as the trailer suggests), and our first look at Jared Leto’s The Joker since “Suicide Squad” (2016).

COME TRUE

A new film from producer Vincenzo Natali (“Splice”) and filmmaker Anthony Scott Burns, “Come True” tells of a teenager who finds herself stalked by something sinister while participating in a sleep disorder study. Julia Sarah Stone (Honey Bee, Weirdos) and Landon Liboiron (Truth or Dare) star in the film, which premiered at Fantasia and receives a AU/NZ release on March 17 from Lightbulb Film Distribution.

 

BOSS LEVEL

Ahead of it’s U.S Television debut in March (it’ll air on HULU), the streamer has released a brand-new trailer for Frank Grillo-Mel Gibson starring “Boss Level”. “A-Team” director Joe Carnahan directs the movie, an action-packed yarn about a former special forces agent that is trapped in a time loop. Naomi Watts, Michelle Yeoh, Annabelle Wallis and Ken Jeong also star.

 

GREMLINS COMMERCIAL

A commercial for Mountain Dew Zero reuniting Billy (Zach Galligan) and Gizmo from the hit “Gremlins” films premiered on TV over the weekend.

 

RAIN BEAU’S END

Sean Young (“Blade Runner”, “Ace Ventura”, “Wall Street”, “No Way Out”) returns to the screen in a very topical new drama about a prominent, progressive lesbian couple that adopt a child mislabeled with a genetic predisposition for violence. “Rain Beau’s End”, also starring Ed Asner, Janelle Snow, Amanda Powell, Christian Stolte, Melanie Chandra and Kirk Kelleykahn , will release March 8 globally via Les Flicks.

 

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