▶ Madame Bovary – Official Trailer | YouTube


Mia Wasikowska is beyond amazing! If I could only ever watch her and Keira Knightley’s movies, I would still die happy. The upcoming gothic horror film she is cast in, Crimson Peak by Guillermo del Toro, sounds creepy and intriguing…to be released October 2015 and also stars Chastain, Hiddleston and Hunnan.

via ▶ Madame Bovary – Official Trailer – YouTube.

▶ The Librarians “The Upfronts” Trailer | YouTube


▶ The Librarians – “The Upfronts” Trailer | YouTube

‘Sherlock’ interactive trailer: Clues, and a magnificent mustache | CNET


The new trailer for season 3 of the BBC’s “Sherlock” debuts with never-before-seen video footage and photos embedded in the trailer itself. Be warned: Spoilers ahead.

The interactive trailer is great. Check it out here: ‘Sherlock’ interactive trailer: Clues, and a magnificent mustache | Crave – CNET.

Video: official trailer for Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten TV series | Quill & Quire


Canadian cable network Space has released the official trailer for Bitten, a television-series adaptation of Kelley Armstrong’s 2001 debut novel.

Published by Random House Canada, Bitten follows Elena Michaels, a Toronto journalist who also happens to be the only existing female werewolf. The fantasy novel turned Armstrong into a best-selling author and kicked off her popular 15-title Women of the Otherworld series. Bitten premieres on Space Jan. 11

via Video: official trailer for Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten TV series | Quill & Quire

‘Flowers In The Attic’ Trailer: Lifetime Takes On V.C. Andrews Novel | HuffPo


‘Flowers In The Attic’ Trailer: Lifetime Takes On V.C. Andrews Novel | HuffPo

Lifetime’s “Flowers In The Attic” has a spooky new trailer.

The hyped adaptation of V.C. Andrews’ classic novel will premiere on Lifetime on January 18. In the preview above, Kiernan Shipka (“Mad Men”) and Mason Dye (“Secret Diary of an American Cheerleader”) star as twins who develop a love affair while trapped in the family attic.

Featuring an all-star cast — Heather Graham plays the twins’ negligent mother and Academy Award-winner, Ellen Burstyn, is completely terrifying as the twins’ abusive grandmother — the trailer promises everything a Lifetime movie should: sex, terror and a whole lot of OMG-moments.

“Flowers in the Attic” premieres on Jan. 18 on Lifetime.