The trailer for Jack & Diane, a story of teenage lesbian love and monster transformation.
This little ditty, starring Juno Temple and Riley Keough, has been in development hell for the last five years, causing original lead actress Ellen Page to drop out.
Jack & Diane will nab a November 2 theatrical release, but VOD has it as early as September 28.
There's a lot of talent behind DreamWorks' latest feature, but Rise of the Guardians might go down as one of the most generic titles in movie history. That is, until Tales of the Magic Guardians of the Dark Legend Protectors eventually becomes a thing.
Look out for Alec Baldwin as Russian Santa Claus.
Film festival darling The Loneliest Planet stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg as a young engaged couple on a twisted backpacking trip through the wilderness of Georgia (the country, not the state).
From David Thomson's review in The New Republic:
A film you will never forget because it turns on the kind of small incident that could happen to any of us and alter our life in just a few seconds... You have to see The Loneliest Planet, for it is one of those works that prepares you for life, that make you wary, alive and responsible, and which well, you'll never forget it... [Director Julia] Loktev is one of the most radical, intelligent and talented filmmakers now at work. The Loneliest Planet is an experience you deserve. So search it out.
The film is in theaters August 24.
Why Stop Now stars Jesse Eisenberg as a piano prodigy whose mom Melissa Leo is a drug addict. The same day of his audition for a prestigious music program, mom tries to enter rehab, but a glitch in the system forces them to track down her drug dealer, Tracy Morgan, to get her high enough to qualify for treatment.
The indie film, which premiered at Sundance, is in theaters August 17.