Comic-Con delivered quite a few hot new trailers late last week, and we have a roundup of all the great movies unveiled during the event right here. However, there are plenty more trailers that have been released since then. Check them out below!
Ace the Case
Starring Susan Sarandon, Ace the Case is a sweet comedy about a 10-year-old girl who somehow discovers a kidnapping and enlists the help of a policewoman (Sarandon) to help. The movie comes out on August 26th.
Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving, Vince Vaughn, Teresa Palmer and Rachel Griffiths star in Hacksaw Ridge, a World War 2 bio pic. The film is about an army medic who consciously refused to carry any weapon during his service, becoming the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Medal of Honor
It might sound like a movie about games, but Level Up is something else. It’s about a bloke in London who’s about to have a crazy adventure to save his girlfriend following her kidnapping. The fast-paced thriller opens on August 26th.
Office Christmas Party
What do you think happens when you put Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn, Kate McKinnon and T.J. Miller in the same Christmas movie? I’ll tell you what, a messy but legendary Office Christmas Party, that’s what. The film comes out December 9th.
Remember this: Split. That’s one movie you won’t want to miss following its debut on January 20th, 2017. Why? Because M. Night Shyamalan made it. And because James McAvoy plays a character who has 23 different personalities. It even looks as crazy as it sounds…
We talked about Ben Affleck’s The Accountant before, a movie about an especially gifted person in the art of… accounting. The movie has an amazing cast and certainly looks promising. Catch it in theaters on October 14th.
The Great Wall
The Great Wall is a story that takes a different approach to explaining the creation of one of the greatest wonders of the world. Rather than keeping humans away, the Great Wall of China was raised to keep some sort of dangerous creatures away. In this movie, at least.
So no, this isn’t based on real-life events. And Matt Damon is on the other side of the evil things, manning the Great Wall kind of like Legolas. The movie comes out February 17th, 2017.