Gourmet food truck originator Roy Choi consulted on this L.A.-set comedy starring and directed by Jon Favreau. Restaurant scenes were shot at Hatfield’s.
Kristen Bell reprises her role as Veronica Mars in the film adaptation of the hit series that was canceled in 2007. The neo-noir mystery, partly paid for with funds raised on Kickstarter, brings back Mars to her hometown nine years later after her ex-boyfriend is accused of murder.
The R-rated comedy stars Seth Rogan and Rose Byrne as a couple who moves to a neighborhood with a newborn baby only to find themselves living next to a fraternity house. Zac Efron, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco, Ike Barinholtz, and Lisa Kudrow star co-star in the Universal Pictures comedy, which opens nationwide May 9.
A horror film by Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard about two children, played by Karen Gillan and Brendon Thwaites, who witnessed their parents’ death. Ten years later the siblings reunite to destroy the evil mirror that killed their parents.
Only Lovers Left Alive
<p>A festival favorite directed by Jim Jarmusch, starring Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as two vampires who have been in love for centuries.</p>
A Night In Old Mexico
A narrative feature starring Robert Duvall as Texas rancher who is forced to give up his land, but instead hightails it to Mexico with his grandson for one last adventure.
Directed by Lenny Abrahamson, the comedy follows a young wannabe musician played by Domhnall Gleeson as he joins a band of eccentric musicians led by Frank, who is played by Michael Fassbender. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Scoot McNairy, and Carla Azar also star in the quirky feature, which premiered at Sundance.
Nicholas Cage stars as Joe Ransom, an ex-con who meets a 15-year-old boy and is faced with redemption or ruin in the film adaptation of Larry Brown’s novel set in the contemporary South.
COSMOS: A Space Time Odyssey
Featured in the episodic category, the 13-part adventure across space and time explores humanity’s heroic quest for a deeper understanding of nature.
Richard Linklater’s 12-year odyssey was a highly buzzed about last-minute entry at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it received solid praise from critics and festgoers. The film starring Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette and newcomer Ellar Coltrane, all of whom were filmed at various stages over the decade-long shoot, went on to play at the Berlin Film Fest a month later.