Nobody can blame you if you haven’t paid attention to any of the expensive ads that aired during Super Bowl LIII, but you should catch up with some of them, and I’m talking, of course about new trailers for movies and TV shows. We’ve already shown you the new Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel made for the big game, but we have plenty of other trailers and TV shows that were featured during the commercial breaks.
Alita: Battle Angel
It’s not the romance you expect for Valentine’s Day, but Alita: Battle Angel does launch on February 14th. We’ve got a live-action sci-fi adventure based on a James Cameron script, focusing on Alita, a young woman who’s trying to figure out who she is and what her purpose is supposed to be.
Easily the most exciting trailer of the night, Endgame deliver plenty of puzzling footage. And it’s all new.
Coming out in early March, Captain Marvel will be this year’s first MCU movie, supposed to set up both Endgame and the future of the MCU
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
We’ve got a few Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark clips for you, and they’re all, well, scary. This horror movie comes out on August 9th,
Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 is also a highly anticipated movie this year. The fourth and likely final story of the franchise premieres on June 21st, featuring some of the toys you’ve grown to love, but also new characters and new voices for them — Keanu Reeves, Jordan Peele, and Keegan-Michael Key being some of them.
Speaking of Jordan Peele, his second horror movie will be out soon. Us launches on March 22nd, telling the story of a family who’s terrorized by their spooky doppelgangers.
Toy Story 4 isn’t the only animated feature in this Super Bowl roundup. Wonder Park, out on March 15th will show you an amazing amusement park, based entirely on a girl’s imagination and creativity.
Game of Thrones
For some reason, HBO partnered up with Bud to promote the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, and that’s the only reason I’m including this Bud commercial in here.
If there’s one other TV show I’m waiting to see this year, other than the one with dragons, that’s the third season of Handmaid’s Tale. Here’s a look at what’s coming next in this chilling dystopian story. Apparently, it’s time to wake up.
The Twilight Zone
It’s Peele time again, only this time we’re looking at a Twilight Zone reboot, with the actor hosting it.