Posts Tagged ‘Ki Hong Lee’

WISH UPON – New Trailer

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

Here is the new trailer from the upcoming film “WISH UPON” The film is directed by John R. Leonetti, starring Joey King, Ryan Phillippe, Ki Hong Lee, Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Alice Lee, Kevin Hanchard, Sherilyn Fenn.

WISH UPON – In Theaters July 14, 2017

WISH UPON – Trailer

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Here is the trailer from the upcoming film “WISH UPON” The film is directed by John R. Leonetti, starring Joey King, Ryan Phillippe, Ki Hong Lee, Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Alice Lee, Kevin Hanchard, Sherilyn Fenn.

WISH UPON – In Theaters July 14, 2017

Twelve years after discovering her mother’s suicide, 17-year-old CLARE SHANNON (Joey King) is bullied in high school, embarrassed by her manic, hoarder father JONATHAN (Ryan Phillippe) and ignored by her longtime crush. All that changes when her father comes home with an old music box whose inscription promises to grant its owner seven wishes. While Clare is initially skeptical of this magic box, she can’t help but be seduced by its dark powers, and is thrilled as her life radically improves with each wish. Clare finally has the life she’s always wanted and everything seems perfect – until the people closest to her begin dying in violent and elaborate ways after each wish. Clare realizes that she must get rid of the box, but finds herself unable and unwilling to part with her new-and-improved life – leading her down a dark and dangerous path.

Be careful what you wish for…



THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT – Trailer

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Here is the trailer from the upcoming film THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT. The movie is directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, starring Ezra Miller, Tye Sheridan, Olivia Thirlby, Michael Angarano, Logan Miller, Thomas Mann, Keir Gilchrist, Johnny Simmons, Moises Arias, Jack Kilmer, Chris Sheffield, Ki Hong Lee, and James Frechville.

THE STANFORD PRISON EXPERIMENT Opens in Theaters July 17th via IFC Films

It is the summer of 1971. Dr. Philip Zimbardo launches a study on the psychology of imprisonment. Twenty-four male undergraduates are randomly assigned to be either a guard or a prisoner. Set in a simulated jail, the project unfolds. The participants rapidly embody their roles—the guards become power-hungry and sadistic, while the prisoners, subject to degradation, strategize as underdogs. It soon becomes clear that, as Zimbardo and team monitor the escalation of action through surveillance cameras, they are not fully aware of how they, too, have become part of the experiment.