From a first look at Michael Fassbender in Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, to Oscar winners Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway uniting for The Intern, to the enigmatic Captcha and Set Fire to the Stars, this week has seen the premiere of several thrilling trailers for must-see movies. Join us as we preview these exciting sneak peaks of the best films still to come in 2015.

Steve Jobs:

Danny Boyle’s much-hyped take on the life and work of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs released its first teaser trailer this week. The upcoming film has a script written by Aaron Sorkin, Oscar-winning screenwriter of The Social Network. 12 Years a Slave actor Michael Fassbender leads a cast which also includes Kate Winslet as former Macintosh marketing chief Joanna Hoffman, Seth Rogen as Jobs’ Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Jeff Daniels as John Sculley, the former Apple CEO.

This new film promises a great script, strong visuals and impressive cast and crew. Steve Jobs will be released on 13 November.

Read the full Steve Jobs trailer chat article here.

The Intern:

Robert De Niro stars as Anne Hathaway’s intern in Nancy Meyers’ upcoming comedy, which premiered its official trailer this week.

The trailer opens with a job interview: ‘Where do you see yourself in ten years time?’ asks a youthful Nat Wolff to De Niro’s character Ben. ‘Ten years time?’ responds Ben, raising an eyebrow ‘When I’m eighty?’

The Intern looks set to be a fun, comic and heart-warming movie, due to be released in the UK on 2 October of this year.

Read the full The Intern trailer chat article here.

Captcha:

Could love be used as a weapon? This is the question behind intriguing new spy thriller Captcha, starring former Doctor Who actor Arthur Darvill, alongside Amy Beth Hayes, Kayvan Novak, Nigel Lindsay and Zoe Wanamaker.

The atmospheric, intense trailer is notable for its cinematographically stunning graphics and moody music, expertly channelling the ‘film noir’ genre and promising a high-octane thriller with a moving love story at its centre.

Darvill is having a career high of late. Following successful turns on the London theatre scene in The Globe’s Doctor Faustus, musical Once and the National Theatre’s Treasure Island, the actor has been cast as DC Comics character Rip Hunter in upcoming US TV series Legends of Tomorrow, as a time-traveller who assembles a team of heroes and villains to defend time itself.

Set Fire to the Stars:

Another visually intriguing trailer comes in the form of the first official preview for Set Fire to the Stars, an upcoming movie which stars Elijah Wood as John Malcolm Brinnin, the New York academic who brought Dylan Thomas to America. The film’s co-writer, Celyn Jones, plays the famous Welsh poet.

‘How much trouble can one poet be?’ questions John, but soon he finds himself answering his own question, as Dylan Thomas scandalises 1950s America. John decides the only choice is to take Thomas to a private retreat and there the two have a life-changing experience.

Intriguingly shot in black-and-white and evoking the Manhattan literary world of the fifties, the film’s official synopsis describes the movie as ‘Part literary biopic and part love-letter to the American B-movies of the Forties and Fifties’. The movie was directed by Andy Goddard, in his directorial debut and will premiere in the US in June, following a UK premiere at last year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.

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