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When Ryan Phan’s (Phi Vu) physics thesis spikes its energy field, it sends Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) back into the same time loop she just escaped (in the previous film).

This time, she enlists Ryan and his physics crew to help. The physics students struggle to get the programming correct while they avoid being shut down by the Dean. Meanwhile, Tree must stop an escaped killer and also must choose to save one of two loved ones.

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Kurt Barnert (Tom Schilling) is a boy in 1940s Germany experiencing the unrepentant Third Reich. Kurt witnesses the atrocities of war first hand when his Aunt Elizabeth (Saskia Rosendahl) is taken away by the SS for exhibiting schizophrenia. Professor Carl Seeband (Sebastian Koch) is the physician who sends Kurt’s aunt away to be exterminated in order to purify the German gene pool.

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Check out the new teaser trailer from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2,” which opens in U.S. theaters on Nov. 22, 2019.

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On behalf of CBS Films, we're excited to share the New Trailer for FIVE FEET APART starring Haley Lu Richardson & Cole Sprouse!

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Our heroes, Emmet (Chris Pratt) and Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), return five years later, but cheerful Bricksburg has given way to brooding, invaded by aliens disguised as cute Duplos and turned into a Mad Max movie-looking Apocalypseburg. They must save their city and restore harmony to the Lego universe, where everything was once “awesome.”

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An Oscar nominee this year for Best Foreign Language Film and winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, we learn about Zain, a 12-year-old boy who sues his parents for the “crime” of giving him life.

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Taking 100-year-old footage from World War I, Director Peter Jackson has transformed disjointed history into an emotional experience. Taking raw black and white, choppy images of British soldiers on the Western Front, Jackson reconstructs them into a remarkable documentary. Narrated by veterans of this war, Jackson has colorized, slowed and converted this ancient footage into a 3D splendor –awakening a chapter from history to create an emotional experience.

The world’s most famous comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song - a grueling variety hall tour of post-war Britain and Ireland. But lo and behold, the magic is still there.

Set against the background of the Cold War in the 1950s, two people of different backgrounds – and ages – fall in love, and through the years and various places in Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, can’t be together nor apart.

Alex (Louis Ashborne Serris) and friend Bedders (Dean Chaumoo) are little fish in a big pond at their new school, and they are bullied almost daily.

Alex inadvertently launches an epic quest when he stumbles across a sword bound in stone and pulls it free.

In order to complete his quest, he must follow the code set forth by King Arthur. Recruiting bullies Lance (Tom Taylor) and Kaye (Rhianna Dorris) and encouraged by the feisty Merlin (Angus Imrie/Patrick Stewart) Alex and his newfound allies must stop an age-old enemy and an army of angry demons.

When vigilante David Dunn (Bruce Willis) confronts the split personality killer named “The Beast” (James McAvoy), their showdown is interrupted by the authorities.

Captured, both men are sent to Raven Hill Memorial Psychiatric Hospital for evaluation by Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson).

Dunn soon discovers that his nemesis, Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) is also incarcerated here.

Dr. Staple is convinced that these men suffer delusions of grandeur in thinking they are superheroes. She is certain that these men are influenced by comics – does life imitate art or does art imitate life?

LAPD Detective Erin Bell (Nicole Kidman) discovers a link to her past is back in town. Years ago, she infiltrated a gang, which ended badly and forever altered her life. A broken woman, she engages in a cat-and-mouse game of revenge on the city’s gritty streets.

Ray Marrow (Zane Holtz) and his young son Lawrence (Azhy Robertson)return home after the sudden death of Ray’s wife and Lawrence’s mom. Ray lost his wife in a car accident and now must figure out how to parent a son he hardly knows.

When Lawrence begins exhibiting unusual memories and mentions July Rain’s name, it send the small town into a tizzy. . .

In 2000, artist Mark Hogancamp, a cross-dresser, was attacked by five men and left for dead outside of a bar in Kingston, NY...

“Vice” is an inside look at former Vice President Dick Cheney, a longtime Republican bureaucrat who was a power player for a couple of decades.

Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) arrives home on Christmas Eve. Mother Holly (Julia Roberts) is thrilled to see her son.

As Ben tries to charm his siblings, his parents aren’t buying his demeanor. Ben is an addict and the next 24 hours will test this family’s mettle as addiction comes home for the holidays.

Scotland 1561, Mary Stewart, Queen of Scots (Saoirse Ronan) arrives to reclaim her throne. Her rival queen in England, Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie) holds a lesser claim to the throne than Mary but is queen of a larger, more powerful country.

As Mary exerts her rule, the men in her court seek to influence, deceive and dethrone this independent ruler.

Elizabeth and Mary both fear and admire the other. Yet, their treacherous advisors introduce doubt and betrayal to keep them from uniting their countries.

One queen finds bitter loneliness and the other finds her final sacrifice for her country.

In the early 18th century, Abigail (Emma Stone) arrives to the estate of ailing Queen Anne (Olivia Coleman) looking for employment from her cousin, Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz). Lady Sarah is the Queen’s favourite and helps her rule the country while also being her personal attendant.

England is at war with France and as the coffers run dry, so does the patience of the politicians – adding to the stress of the Queen.

Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio) is a young maid for a middle class family in Mexico city in 1971. Her job consists of housekeeping, cooking and attending to three children.

As her life and her employer’s life changes with both tragedies and triumphs, the common thread that weaves its way through each moment is the strength of love and family.

After his run-in with a radioactive spider, Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-man (Chris Pine) fights crime protecting the citizens of New York.

However, that radioactive spider is still on the loose, and bites Miles Morales (Shameik Moore). He gains the same powers of Spider-man, but lacks the prowess.

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Check out the new teaser trailer from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2,” which opens in U.S. theaters on Nov. 22, 2019.

  • Updated

On behalf of CBS Films, we're excited to share the New Trailer for FIVE FEET APART starring Haley Lu Richardson & Cole Sprouse!

  • Updated

Our heroes, Emmet (Chris Pratt) and Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), return five years later, but cheerful Bricksburg has given way to brooding, invaded by aliens disguised as cute Duplos and turned into a Mad Max movie-looking Apocalypseburg. They must save their city and restore harmony to the Lego universe, where everything was once “awesome.”

  • Updated

An Oscar nominee this year for Best Foreign Language Film and winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, we learn about Zain, a 12-year-old boy who sues his parents for the “crime” of giving him life.

  • Updated

Taking 100-year-old footage from World War I, Director Peter Jackson has transformed disjointed history into an emotional experience. Taking raw black and white, choppy images of British soldiers on the Western Front, Jackson reconstructs them into a remarkable documentary. Narrated by veterans of this war, Jackson has colorized, slowed and converted this ancient footage into a 3D splendor –awakening a chapter from history to create an emotional experience.

The world’s most famous comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song - a grueling variety hall tour of post-war Britain and Ireland. But lo and behold, the magic is still there.

Set against the background of the Cold War in the 1950s, two people of different backgrounds – and ages – fall in love, and through the years and various places in Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, can’t be together nor apart.

Alex (Louis Ashborne Serris) and friend Bedders (Dean Chaumoo) are little fish in a big pond at their new school, and they are bullied almost daily.

Alex inadvertently launches an epic quest when he stumbles across a sword bound in stone and pulls it free.

In order to complete his quest, he must follow the code set forth by King Arthur. Recruiting bullies Lance (Tom Taylor) and Kaye (Rhianna Dorris) and encouraged by the feisty Merlin (Angus Imrie/Patrick Stewart) Alex and his newfound allies must stop an age-old enemy and an army of angry demons.

When vigilante David Dunn (Bruce Willis) confronts the split personality killer named “The Beast” (James McAvoy), their showdown is interrupted by the authorities.

Captured, both men are sent to Raven Hill Memorial Psychiatric Hospital for evaluation by Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson).

Dunn soon discovers that his nemesis, Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) is also incarcerated here.

Dr. Staple is convinced that these men suffer delusions of grandeur in thinking they are superheroes. She is certain that these men are influenced by comics – does life imitate art or does art imitate life?

LAPD Detective Erin Bell (Nicole Kidman) discovers a link to her past is back in town. Years ago, she infiltrated a gang, which ended badly and forever altered her life. A broken woman, she engages in a cat-and-mouse game of revenge on the city’s gritty streets.

Ray Marrow (Zane Holtz) and his young son Lawrence (Azhy Robertson)return home after the sudden death of Ray’s wife and Lawrence’s mom. Ray lost his wife in a car accident and now must figure out how to parent a son he hardly knows.

When Lawrence begins exhibiting unusual memories and mentions July Rain’s name, it send the small town into a tizzy. . .

In 2000, artist Mark Hogancamp, a cross-dresser, was attacked by five men and left for dead outside of a bar in Kingston, NY...

“Vice” is an inside look at former Vice President Dick Cheney, a longtime Republican bureaucrat who was a power player for a couple of decades.

Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) arrives home on Christmas Eve. Mother Holly (Julia Roberts) is thrilled to see her son.

As Ben tries to charm his siblings, his parents aren’t buying his demeanor. Ben is an addict and the next 24 hours will test this family’s mettle as addiction comes home for the holidays.

Scotland 1561, Mary Stewart, Queen of Scots (Saoirse Ronan) arrives to reclaim her throne. Her rival queen in England, Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie) holds a lesser claim to the throne than Mary but is queen of a larger, more powerful country.

As Mary exerts her rule, the men in her court seek to influence, deceive and dethrone this independent ruler.

Elizabeth and Mary both fear and admire the other. Yet, their treacherous advisors introduce doubt and betrayal to keep them from uniting their countries.

One queen finds bitter loneliness and the other finds her final sacrifice for her country.

In the early 18th century, Abigail (Emma Stone) arrives to the estate of ailing Queen Anne (Olivia Coleman) looking for employment from her cousin, Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz). Lady Sarah is the Queen’s favourite and helps her rule the country while also being her personal attendant.

England is at war with France and as the coffers run dry, so does the patience of the politicians – adding to the stress of the Queen.

Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio) is a young maid for a middle class family in Mexico city in 1971. Her job consists of housekeeping, cooking and attending to three children.

As her life and her employer’s life changes with both tragedies and triumphs, the common thread that weaves its way through each moment is the strength of love and family.

After his run-in with a radioactive spider, Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-man (Chris Pine) fights crime protecting the citizens of New York.

However, that radioactive spider is still on the loose, and bites Miles Morales (Shameik Moore). He gains the same powers of Spider-man, but lacks the prowess.

Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) becomes the heavyweight champion but has yet to face his biggest challenge. Viktor Drago (Florian Munteanu), the son of his father’s boxing foe and killer Ivan (Dolph Lundgren), wants to take him on in the ring. But Adonis also faces challenges outside the ring, trying to balance his personal life and his family legacy.

During his campaign to become the Democratic candidate for President in 1988, U.S. Sen. Gary Hart is derailed by an extramarital affair.

Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen) is an Italian bouncer from the Bronx. It’s 1962 in New York and Tony suddenly finds himself unemployed. Recommended for a job as a driver for Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), Tony can’t pass up the good pay.

Dr. Shirley is a black piano virtuoso touring the Midwest and Deep South.

As Tony and Dr. Shirley get to know one another, they only see the others’ flaws. Dr. Shirley is an inflexible, over-educated diva, while Tony is seen as a crass, under-educated heavy.

Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) bask in the success of both their lives and friendship. Working all day in their video game and then hanging out sipping root beer at night.

Yet, their idyllic world is upset when Vanellope’s game, “Sugar Rush” breaks. Unable to find a reasonably priced replacement, Vanellope and her fellow racers become displaced – maybe permanently!

Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) remains unable to travel abroad due to limits set by the Ministry of Magic.

When rumors abound that Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller), a young man with strange powers, has surfaced in Paris, Newt escapes the prying eyes of the Ministry, heading to Paris to find Credence before Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp).

Grindelwald knows that the only person powerful enough to defeat his arch rival Albus Dumbeldore (Jude Law) is Credence. If Grindelwald’s plan is enacted, muggles will become endangered and enslaved. . .