War movies, animations, and a new M. Night Shyamalan movie are all coming soon, and we have new trailers for each of them in this week’s movie trailers roundup.
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Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk
It’s got a strange name, but it tells a dark story. Joe Alwyn is a 19-year-old soldier who is honored back home for the worst day of his life upon his return from the war. A series of flashbacks will show us what really happened in Iraq in Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, which opens on November 11th. Kristen Stewart, Vin Diesel, and Steve Martin are also starring.
Shia LaBeouf’s Man Down is another war movie that appears to be set in a familiar landscape. But the action in Man Down happens in a post-apocalyptic America. LaBeouf’s character, haunted by his past military experiences is searching for his son. Man Down also stars Kate Mara, Jai Courtney, and Gary Oldman. The film opens on December 2nd.
We did talk about Moana before, and now it’s time to check out a brand new clip from the upcoming
My Dead Boyfriend
Mary’s got a lot of problems today, and the worst of them is her boyfriend who apparently died while she was at work. It turns out that her total loser boyfriend was a very exciting person to be around, at least for everyone else. My Dead Boyfriend stars Heather Graham and launches on November 3rd.
We already saw the first clip from Nocturnal Animals a while ago, so it’s time to check out a second official trailer. The thriller tells the story of a woman (Amy Adams) who’s haunted by the novel of her ex-husband (Jake Gyllenhaal), which sounds like a plan for revenge. The film hits theaters on December 9th
Starring James McAvoy, Split is M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller. It’s a story about a man with 23 different personalities who abducts three teenage girls. Plenty of things will probably go wrong.
Rules Don’t Apply
This is the final trailer for Rules Don’t Apply, which hits cinemas on November 23rd. The comedy tells the love story of an actress and her driver. Both of them work for billionaire Howard Hughes. Lilly Collins and Alden Ehrenreich play the two love birds, while Warren Beatty is Hughes.