We didn’t have that many new trailers in our last week’s new movie trailers roundup, but that’s about to change. You’ll find below no less than 13 new trailers, including a few movies that you won’t want to miss when they hit cinemas this year. And don’t forget, Pixar’s Finding Dory is playing in a theater near you starting today.

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All Eyez On Me

Miss Tupac Shakur and his style? All Eyez on Me is a chronicle of the rapper’s life, starring Demetrius Shipp Jr., Danai Gurira, and Kat Graham. The movie opens on November 11th, but the first trailer for it is already out.

Almost Christmas

It is too early to talk about a dysfunctional family Christmas story, but Christmas movie fans should add this one to their list. Almost Christmas opens on November 11th, and it’s about the first Thanksgiving in a family since mom died.

Ben-Hur

The new Ben-Hur is set to debut August 19th, but the studio released a brand new trailer for the movie. We’re looking at the same drama we already know, but shot with modern technology. And yes, there’s a stellar cast as well for this Ben-Hur remake. Check out the new trailer:

David Brent: Life on the Road

If you loved The Office, including the original UK series, then David Brent: Life on the Road is a movie you must see this summer. If you haven’t, then you’ve got until August 19th to get up to date with the character. Best of all, Ricky Gervais, the genius behind The Office, reprises the David Brent role.

Denial

You might not know it, but there are people who deny the Holocaust ever happened. Denial is one such movie, starring Rachel Weisz, Andrew Scott, Timothy Spall, Tom Wilkinson, and many others. Weisz’s character has to prove in court that the Holocaust happened. And you have to jot down this date: September 30th, which is when Denial premieres.

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

Coming out on October 7th, this comedy about middle school seems hilarious. We’re looking at a quiet teenager who hates school so much he’s ready to rebel against it and all the rules.

I, DANIEL BLAKE

Even if it wasn’t the winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year, I, Daniel Brake should still make your must-watch this year – just watch the trailer. The movie launches on October 21st, telling the heartbreaking drama of a carpenter who’s got to find a way to get welfare after sustaining an injury. And battling bureaucracy is not easy.

Moana

Moana isn’t the commercial name of some ice cream you’re yet to try. It’s a new Disney movie about Moana’s quest to find to find a fabled island. Dwayne Johnson playing demi-god Maui is one good reason to watch it. You know, other than your kids dragging you to one more animation this year. Moana comes out on November 23rd.

Morris From America

Coming from Sundance, Morris from America is a story about a boy struggling in Germany. A hilarious story that hits theaters November 19th.

Pete’s Dragon

Pete’s got a dragon too. I’m just saying since it looks like everybody’s got a dragon nowadays. Pete’s Dragon is a new Disney movie that launches on August 12th, complete with an amazing cast. Also, there’s Elliot, the dragon.

Spaceman

Ready for a baseball movie? Good, because Spaceman will deliver. We’re looking at the story of Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee after his release by the Montreal Expos. Josh Duhamel plays Lee, and the movie hits on August 19th.

Storks

Storks don’t deliver children anymore, at least not in the Storks universe – they’re into a new type of business, delivering packages. However, the story is about a stork, her human friend, and a baby. Apparently, this baby needs to be given to its rightful owners, without the stork bosses finding out. Storks comes out September 23rd, with Andy Samberg, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Kelsey Grammer, Jordan Peele, Danny Trejo, and many others voicing all the characters.

The Last Treasure Hunt

The Last Treasure Hunt launches in just a few days (June 21st), and it’s a family drama about treasure hunting. But it’s mostly about family relationships.

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