A bunch of interesting trailers for various non-tentpole films have been released over the past 48 hours. Things kick off with "A Most Wanted Man," the film adaptation of the John le Carre novel and the final ever film of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Then there's the first trailer for "Pioneer," an "inspired by true events" thriller set in the North Sea in the early 1980s. Askel Hennie, Wes Bentley, Stephen Lang and Jonathan LaPaglia star in the story of a team of American divers helping Norway extract oil from the ocean floor - a tragic accident leads to one of the team realising his life is at stake - and not just from the elements.
Then there's a new and quite dark trailer for "Deliver Us from Evil," the supernatural thriller starring Eric Bana as a disbelieving cop and Edgar Ramirez and an unconventional priest who partner up on an exorcism case.
Finally there's a featurette for Phil Noyce's upcoming young adult novel adaptation "The Giver" in which a young man inherits all the knowledge of the human race while the rest of the society chose to 'forget'.