September 18, 2020

Open Road's 'Monsterland' and 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' Trailers Featured on Muse by Clio

"When a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic Convention turned violent, the whole world was watching. This new drama from Aaron Sorkin, which includes an incredible cast—Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton—details the trial that followed those events. The powerful trailer unravels the narrative, but it's the sound mixing that keeps viewers on edge. The chanting reminder that "The whole world is watching" transports you into the movement. The poster design smartly demonstrates the subject matter while also speaking volumes to current events and the civil division. See The Trial of the Chicago 7 on Oct. 16."

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August 25, 2020

Open Road's 'Enola Holmes' Trailer Featured on Cinema Blend

"The first trailer for Netflix's Enola Holmes starts with the narration from Millie Bobby Brown's character, which will presumably continue throughout the course of the upcoming movie's 123 minute runtime. Enola gives the public some backstory, revealing the origin of her unique name and her loving relationship with her mother Eudoria Holmes (Helena Bonhman Carter). She learns a ton of skills in the process, which must be used when Eudoria suddenly vanishes without a trace.

Enola quickly gets to business in order to try and track down her missing matriarch, but doesn't decide to have this type of adventure alone. Instead, she's joined by her brothers Mycroft and Sherlock, played by actors Sam Claflin and Henry Cavill respectively. The latter actor's hair is particularly glorious for this movie, with waves that will no doubtlook surprisingly perfect throughout the adventure.

From the moment she meets up with her brothers in Enola Holmes' trailer, it's clear that the talented title character is missing one crucial skill: how to be a lady. They admonish her appearance, calling her a "wild woman." And as a result, she runs away to continue the search for her mother. That's when the action really begins.

As Elona trains in etiquette, she meets some friends along the way. The action of the Enola Holmes trailer picks up, as Hole's iconic track "Celebrity Skin" fuels action sequences with appropriate language for Millie Bobby Brown's protagonist. She'll have to use the various skills taught by her mother to find Eudoria, with her fourth wall breaking narration helping to buoy the trailer's runtime."



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August 17, 2020

Collider on Open Road's 'Departure' Trailer

"If you’re anything like me, you love a good plane mystery, and Peacock’s upcoming limited series Departure looks like it’s going to scratch that very specific itch judging by its brand new trailer. The show stars Archie Panjabi and Christopher Plummer as investigators brought on to locate a passenger aircraft that mysteriously vanished mid-flight and try to determine what happened to it. The investigation becomes more complicated when a survivor is rescued from the ocean and quickly becomes a terrorism suspect."

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August 10, 2020

Forbes on Open Road's "Powerhouse Trailer" for 'Judas and the Black Messiah'

"We got a teaser trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah on Thursday night, which was a surprise since getting any new theatrical trailer these days is cause for celebration. The Warner Bros. release, about the FBI’s attempts to bring down Black Panther party chairman Fred Hampton in the late 1960’s, stars Daniel Kaluuya as Hampton, Lakeith Stanfield as “turncoat” William O’Neal and Jesse Plemons as the cop who corralled O’Neal into becoming an informant, is scheduled to open at some point next year. As for the trailer, it’s a dynamite piece of movie marketing, something that will play quite well on an IMAX screen prior to showings of Tenet and yet another example of Warner Bros. marketing at its best. It’s a trip wire-intense trailer for a non-tentpole that nonetheless sells the flick as an event movie.

The brief tease is centered around a single scene, namely Hampton preaching to the proverbially converted and calling for revolution while the narrative shifts in and out of that core moment to provide context on the moment in time and the specific narrative, climaxing with a brief “action” montage before returning to the same key moment, with Kaluuya calling for revolution, liberation and freedom as Stanfield nervously applauds while Plemons watches in the crowd. It’s such a powerhouse trailer that it’s really all you need to make the sale, although I’m sure there will be a more conventional plot-centric trailer dropping sometime before release. If the structure seems similar, it’s because it plays not unlike “lightning in a bottle” teasers for Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper in 2015 and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born in 2018.
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August 7, 2020

Essence on the Powerful History Behind 'Judas and the Black Messiah'

"While the FBI labeled the party as terrorists and portrays them that way to O’Neal in the trailer, Black people knew that the Black Panther Party was a positive force in the community, organizing free breakfast programs and children’s events. In the sneak peek, when O’Neal witnesses the party’s generosity that inspires him to try to convince the authorities that they are mistaken. The information on the free legal services, medical clinics and research into sickle cell anemia O’Neal obtained did nothing to convince the FBI to dismantle their attempts to put a stop to the party.

The trailer features a battered O’Neal being held captive by authorities and being forced to decide between his own fate and that of his people as blood gushes from his forehead."

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June 29, 2020

E! Online on Open Road's 'Dr. 90210' Trailer

"A cut above the rest.

In this first look for the fall return of Dr. 90210, viewers are introduced to the all-female, powerhouse plastic surgeons starring in the revival. As the footage above details, "Beverly Hills is the Mecca of plastic surgery, but only 15 percent of plastic surgeons are women."

Thus, the surgeons—including Dr. Cat Begovic, Dr. Kelly Killeen, Dr. Michelle Leeand Dr. Suzanne Quardt—are essentially rock stars in the medical field.

"Who knows better than a woman what a woman wants to feel like," one patient remarks.

"Absolutely," Dr. Lee responds. Later on, Dr. Lee reveals she specializes in facial plastic surgery.

As for Dr. Killeen, she teases her special relationship with breasts. "Being a female plastic surgeon gives me a special edge," she expresses. "I have a different relationship with boobs than guys do."

Speaking of the female anatomy, Dr. Begovic is the pioneer of "vaginal cosmetic surgery."

Whether it's "the snooter" or "the cooter," Dr. Quardt reveals she tackles it all."

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