Sundance Trailer Round-Up: 'Cop Car,' 'The End of the Tour,' 'Knock Knock,' 'A Walk in the Woods'

Sundance Trailer Round-Up: 'Cop Car,' 'The End of the Tour,' 'Knock Knock,' 'A Walk in the Woods'

May 27, 2015

You may have already forgotten about the buzz out of Sundance this year -- it's been four months, after all -- but fortunately some of the best movies from the fest are about to hit theaters, and that means we've got some new trailers to remind you that they exist and are worth checking out. Watch 'em below.


Cop Car 

Kevin Bacon and his sweet mustache star in this thriller as a corrupt small-town sheriff whose cruiser is stolen by two young kids. And it seems they have more to worry about than a felony conviction. The team behind the horror movie Clown -- writer/director Jon Watts and co-writer Christopher D. Ford -- are behind this well-reviewed feature, and it hits theaters on August 7.


Knock Knock

Clown producer Eli Roth also has a new movie coming out soon that also debuted at Sundance in January. This is different than the horror flicks he's best known for, but it still promises some thrills. Keanu Reeves stars as a married father who makes a big mistake with a pair of young women while his family is out of town. Now they're apparently going to make him and his furniture pay severely. June 26 is when you can find this one in theaters.


The End of the Tour

Jason Segel has been receiving Oscar buzz for his portrayal of the late author David Foster Wallace in this drama. Based on a memoir by journalist David Lipsky (played here by Jesse Eisenberg), who covered part of Wallace's 1996 book tour for Infinite Jest, the adaptation was penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies (Dinner With Friends) and directed by The Spectacular Now's James Ponsoldt. See the performance everyone's talking about when it hits theaters on July 31.


A Walk in the Woods

Based on the best-selling memoir by Bill Bryson, this movie stars Robert Redford (as Bryson) and Nick Nolte as old friends who decide to hike the Appalachian trail. In their adventure, they meet fun characters played by Nick Offerman, Kristen Schaal and Mary Steenburgen, all seen in the trailer below. Emma Thompson, meanwhile, co-stars as Redford's wife. Take the path to your local cinema and find this one opening on September 2.



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