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This film is not for the ticklish, nor for the faint at heart!
This week, Magnolia Pictures released the trailer for its new documentary Tickled, which received rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival.
The movie stars New Zealand journalist David Farrier who has a penchant for investigating the wackiest and most absurd subcultures out there.
When he begins examining the seemingly innocent sport of "competitive endurance tickling", he soon realizes that underneath the harmless fetish is actually a world of corruption and scandal.
Tickled comes out June 17.
In the meantime, ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!
This is the cutest!!!
Already turning heads — the movie has been nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival – the flick follows Barack and Michelle through the summer of '89, when they first met, and more specifically, for their first date!
With Tika Sumpter as Michelle and Parker Sawyers playing Barack, the coming attraction chronicles the future President and First Lady's struggles, hopes, and dreams on the south side of Chicago that summer.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and head back to that special point in the summer of '89, as on-screen Barack and Michelle go from the Art Institute of Chicago to a night time screening of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing!
Only one gripe… shouldn't the movie really be called First Date?! Right?? Ha!!
What a breath of fresh air!
But after watching the first trailer for Swiss Army Man, we can happily say the film looks like it stinks a lot less than we were expecting!
The trailer for the Daniels directed film looks insanely weird, wonderfully surreal, and contains the perfect amount of fart jokes — including one shot featuring Paul Dano riding Radcliffe like a fart-propelled human corpse jet ski!
Between the top notch acting, the stunning visuals, and the recurring practical uses of farts — we can't wait to see this gassy flick!
Ch-ch-check out the cray trailer (below) and go see Swiss Army Man in theaters June 17!
But the singer recently gave hope that another collaboration could eventually be in the works — between her and bestie Taylor Swift!
Speaking at the Sundance Film Festival to promote her upcoming film The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving, Selly revealed that she was definitely open to duetting with her Bad Blood costar!
After being asked about the possibility of collabing with Tay, the 23-year-old told E! News:
Queens will be Queens.
Ava DuVernay is not shy when it comes to her sharing opinions on Hollywood and how they treat both people of color and women.
In fact, as a black female director, the Golden Globe-nominee has a personal stake in the matter, which makes her latest news all that more exciting!
While interviewing with Reelblack at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday, Ava disclosed that in an effort to promote her peers, her upcoming OWN drama Queen Sugar will feature an all-female directorial team!
Rutina Wesley, Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Kofi Siriboe, and Omar J. Dorsey begin shooting in New Orleans this February, and we cannot wait to see the finished product next season.
Bet we don't see an #EmmysSoWhite later in the year.
Ch-ch-check out Ava's inspiring video announcement (below)!!!
"We're really excited to have our first child. This is a new experience for both of us."
As for having a girl, the Ordinary People singer said he would've been just as thrilled either way: