If you thought last week’s trailers were awesome, then grab some popcorn. We have a few exciting clips for you, including the first full trailers for Beauty and the Beast and Ghost in the Shell, two highly anticipated titles.
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A Kind of Murder
Walter is a regular guy, living a normal life in the 1960’s New York. The architect has a secret passion, however, and that’s figuring out an unsolved murder. A Kind of Murder launches on December 16th, starring Patrick Wilson, Jessica Biel, and Haley Bennett.
Beauty and the Beast
It’s finally here, the first trailer for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast remake was released a few days ago. March 17th can’t come soon enough.
Before I Fall
Come March 3rd, we’re going to see a different kind of Groundhog Day movie. Sam relives the same day over and over, the day of her death. No matter what she does, the outcome seems to be the same. Oh, and it all happens in highschool.
Ghost in the Shell
Just like Beauty and the Beast, Ghost in the Shell is also one of the pictures that many people are looking forward to. The first full trailer was released a few days ago, complete with plenty of Scarlett Johansson action.
The real story of how the NASA hired a team of African-American women to work on the maths needed to launch the first successful space missions is hitting cinemas on January 6th.
Live by Night
If you can’t live by day, you Live by Night, right? The movie launches on January 13th, starring Ben Affleck, who’s also sitting in the director’s chair. It’s a mob story, set in the Prohibition Era, so that’s a good enough reason to want to watch it.
There are monster trucks that pull off incredible stunts, and then there are monster trucks who are creatures living inside trucks. They too can pull off amazing stunts. Monster Trucks hits cinemas on January 13th.
Natalie Portman plays Jackie Kennedy in a biography about the wife of one of the most beloved presidents in US history. The movie tells Jackie’s story in the days following JFK’s assassination, as she deals with her universe crashing down around her. Jackie hits theaters on December 2nd.
Kong: Skull Island
Looking to find out more about King Kong’s origin? That’s what Kong: Skull Island sets out to tell us. The new King Kong flick launches March 10th and has an incredible cast including Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, John C. Reilly, and others.
Patriots Day is a historical drama that tells the story of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing from the point of view of local police. The movie launches on January 13th, starring Mark Wahlberg, J.K. Simmons, John Goodman, Melissa Benoist, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Bacon, and others.
The Zookeeper’s Wife
There are plenty of World War 2 movies currently in the works, telling various stories inspired by the greatest war humanity has ever witnessed. The Zookeeper’s Wife is one such story, an account of the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo who saved hundreds of people during the war.
Why Him? can’t come soon enough. It’s the silly story of dad tries to get rid of daughter’s boyfriend. But Bryan Cranston plays the dead, and James Franco is the boyfriend. December 23rd is almost here.