This week marks the debut of the highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War if you’re anywhere else other than America. That said, we’ve got a new clip from the Marvel blockbuster, as well as 10 other trailers you should check out from this past week.
It’s a fabulous life in London, and around the world, in this adventure. It’s Absolutely Fabulous. Yes, you might be aware of a BBC series of the same name, but this time around we’re getting a full feature-length film. We’ve got Joanna Lumley, Jennifer Saunders and a bunch of stars playing themselves in this one – be on the lookout for Absolutely Fabulous on July 22nd.
Batman: The Killing Joke
Want a Samuel L. Jackson / John Cusack type of action movie that’s anchored in our modern smartphone-dependent lives? Want a pinch of Stephen King in it? Here comes Cell, a film about smartphone-zombified humans. In theaters July 8th.
Captain America: Civil War
Did I say Civil War is already playing in some theaters? Do you already know there will be post-credits scenes? OK good, now check out a new clip showing Spidey.
Florence Foster Jenkins
Florence Foster Jenkins is the true story of a rich woman (Meryl Streep) who thought she could become an opera singer and did everything in her power to pursue her dream. Of course, she couldn’t sing, but that’s beside the point.
I can’t wait to see Streep in this one, coming August 12th. Joining her is Hugh Grant, who plays her husband.
Looking forward to new horror stories? In Here Alone, a woman is trying to survive on her own as the world falls victim to a massive epidemic. Is this a new zombie plague? It would appear so, though the trailer doesn’t quite show any walking dead – pun intended.
Cancer. Love. Parenthood. Pregnancy. Life. Death. In short, that’s what Ma Ma, starring Penelope Cruz, is about. The movie premiered in Spain last September, but it’s yet to reach your neighborhood.
Southside With You
The best date ever is the one between Barack and Michelle Obama, if you believe Southside With You critics. The movie premieres August 26th, starring Tika Sumpter (Michelle) and Parker Sawyers (Barack).
We’ve already talked about Oliver Stone’s Snowden, a movie that’ll turn the current debate about privacy, security and encryption into a real-life action movie.
Set in 17th century Amsterdam, this adultery story has an amazing cast, which makes Tulip Fever a must-see movie this year. We’ve got Alicia Vikander, Cara Delevingne, Christoph Waltz, and Judi Dench in Tulip Fever, which is set for a July 15th premiere.
Wolverine is back, baby! Check out the latest clip of X-Men: Apocalypse, which happens to be the final one before the movie is released on May 27th.