It seems like Breaking Bad meets Bourne in the latest Nicolas Cage thriller, Dying of the Light, as Cage’s legendary CIA agent gets a dementia diagnosis and decides to use the little time he has left to hunt down an old nemesis.
Dan Stevens of Downton Abbey stars in this upcoming thriller from the team behind You’re Next as a recently returned vet who visits the family of one of his friend’s who was killed but the visit is it not all it seems to be.
Idris Elba stars as an escaped convict who talks his way into Taraji P. Henson’s house before revealing his true intentions in the upcoming thriller, No Good Deed.
Tom Hardy plays Ivan Locke, a man out driving at night who has a series of phone calls that will have drastic impacts on his personal and professional life.
Liam Neeson is back for another action thriller, this time as Air Marshal Bill Marks trying to find a killer on a plane going from NYC to London in Non-Stop.
Joe Johnston goes from the battlefield of World War II and Captain America to a game of cat and mouse in an office building in the upcoming thriller, Not Safe for Work.
After seeing a movie where an actor seems to be his exact double, a shy professor tries to seek the actor out, only for things to quickly spiral out of control in the upcoming thriller, Enemy.
Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson struggle to survive in the post apocalyptic future of The Rover, coming sometime this summer.
Dominic Cooper plays a prosecutor who is involved in a hit and run but another man (Samuel L Jackson) is accused of the crime. Cooper drops the case but realizes that Jackson was trying to murder the victim and is then framed for a second murder by Jackson in the upcoming thriller, Reasonable Doubt.
Jason Reitman’s latest movie is departure from his usual dramedies with a mix of romance and thriller in Labor Day, where escaped convict Josh Brolin takes a single mother (Kate Winslet) and her son hostage in their home over Labor Day weekend.