Another busy week is beyond us. We’ve seen Samsung launch the most important Android phone of the year, while CinemaCon brought us exciting news about some of the most anticipated films of the year. But we also got to see plenty of new trailers, so let’s check out all the hot movie clips that were released last week.
A Ghost Story
On July 7th, a ghost returns to its home to try to reconnect with his wife. Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara star in this Ghost Story.
Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt star in Berlin Syndrome, a thriller due May 26th that tells the story of an Australian journalist who wakes up one morning in an apartment in Berlin unable to leave. Oh, did I say she’s caught in some sort of love story turned wrong?
Coco is a new Disney-Pixar animation, but you probably knew that. We already saw the first trailer for the movie, so let’s enjoy the new short teaser the company released earlier this week. Meet Dante’s Lunch. Coco, meanwhile, launches on November 22nd.
Ferdinand is also a new animation story, but this one is coming from 20th Century on December 15th — yeah, that date will not be good because Star Wars. That said, Ferdinand seems like an interesting story, about a darling of a bull who desperately wants to go home. John Cena voices the bull, and the trailer follows below.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.
Ok, so this is not a trailer, it’s a TV spot for the next chapter in Guardians of the Galaxy, supposed to hit theaters on May 5th. But call it trailer or TV spot, it’s one clip you need to see.
Stephen King’s IT is coming to the big screen this fall. On September 8th, we’re going to be terrified by an especially scary creature. In other words, if you loved Netflix’s Stranger Things, this is about to be similar. Only with spooky clowns.
After teasing the new trailer last week, Warner Bros. finally released the first trailer for the Justin League movie. So let’s check the heroes that make up this particular team of gifted individuals who’re determined to defend Earth together.
Paris Can Wait
Alec Baldwin can play other roles other than the president on SNL. In Paris Can Wait, he’s the inattentive husband of Diane Lane, who’s the real star of the film. We’re treated to an unexpected road trip from Cannes to Paris with Diane Lane and Arnaud Viard in the front seats.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales
In theaters on May 26th, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales already promises to be a smash hit for Disney. The movie was previewed at CinemaCon, but we only get to see a brand new clip
Queen of the Desert
Fans of movies inspired by real-life events should jot down this title: Queen of the Desert. It’s a biographical drama based on the life of Gertrude Bell, an important figure of the British Empire at the beginning of the 20th century. Joining Nicole Kidman, who plays Bell, are James Franco, Robert Pattinson, and Damian Lewis.
Who’s ready for more Amy Schumer comedy? 20th Century Fox released a new clip from the movie, which is also starring an ungracefully aging Goldie Hawn. That said, Snatched hits theater on May 12th.
The second trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming is already here. And, unfortunately, there’s too much Iron Man in it. But then again, we’re just getting ready for the future Avengers movies, where we’re going to need Iron Man. On the other hand, we do get to see more of the Vulture, the villain of the movie that’s going to be played by Michael Keaton. Homecoming hits cinemas on July 7th.
The Book of Henry
Susan is the mother of a gifted boy who realizes that his neighbor has done something that’s terribly wrong, and there’s only one way to fix it. The Book of Henry stars Naomi Watts and Jaeden Lieberher, and it’s directed by Colin Trevorrow, who’s better known for Jurassic World and Star Wars: Episode IX.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Valerian is one of the sci-fi movies you’ll have to see this year, not only because Luc Besson made it, but also because these trailers look absolutely mesmerizing.
War for the Planet of the Apes
This is the war we’ve been waiting for. Apes and man will fight for this planet, and from the looks of it, it’s going to be brutal. Will the superior race win?
War Machine is a war satire movie hitting Netflix on May 26th. We saw a teaser a few weeks ago, but now it’s time for a full-fledged trailer that show’s us what this Brad Pitt movie is all about.