The new Tenet trailer is here (after debuting in…*checks notes*…Fornite), and to put it bluntly, it rules. Action-packed, full of stunning visuals, and, since it’s a Christopher Nolan movie, mysterious as hell. While this trailer reveals the most about the film so far – for instance, it’s not about time travel, even though it sure looked like it was – it’s still shrouded in secrecy. In an attempt to figure out what the heck is going on here, I’ve compiled a Tenet trailer breakdown, just for you. So put on your cool suit and oxygen mask, and get ready to communicate with the future.
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Last night during the Super Bowl, fans were treated to the first official look at the first three live-action Marvel Studios shows that will be coming exclusively to Disney+. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki all had footage shown in the Marvel Studios Disney+ trailer, but it all went by so fast that it requires a closer look to see exactly what’s going on. So let’s take at the footage from each of the new shows and see what we can discern about each of them. Read More »
Christopher Nolan loves playing with time. Films like Inception and Dunkirk are both based around a ticking-clock timeline, and Memento runs in reverse order. And now he might be going all-in with a time travel movie. Maybe. After a theater-only teaser, the first Tenet trailer has arrived online, and as is usually the case with a Nolan movie, it’s mysterious as hell. But based on the enigmatic footage on display, it really looks like Nolan has made himself a time travel movie. Unless he hasn’t. Let’s take a closer look with a Tenet trailer breakdown.
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We were blessed with the first official Wonder Woman 1984 trailer this weekend, and it instantly reminded us of how much we loved Patty Jenkins‘ sincere and aspirational vision of the Princess of Themyscira. Gal Gadot returns as Wonder Woman, now a longtime citizen of Earth who has been living amongst and saving humans for nearly 70 years. But the colorful ’80s don’t quite inspire the same excitement in her, and Diana finds herself pining for her first and last love: Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). But to her surprise, Steve suddenly comes back to life, and Diana must make sense of his return while dealing with two new villains, the ambitious businessman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and the powerful Cheetah (Kristen Wiig).
Let’s dive into our Wonder Woman 1984 trailer breakdown.
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The first Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer arrived this morning, delivering a heavy dose of nostalgia in the form of an Amblin-style adventure that looks like it came straight out of the ’80s. Even though the trailer does have plenty of fan service in it, this sequel, which is a direct follow-up to the first two films in the franchise, looks rather promising. Naturally, there were plenty of interesting details for us to pluck out and note, including a bunch of Easter eggs. Read More »
Disney is keeping a tight lid on all things The Mandalorian, the highly anticipated Star Wars series set to debut on Disney+ in two weeks. Set five years after the events of Return of the Jedi, this space western takes us to the outer fringes of a galaxy far, far away, following the adventures of the titular bounty hunter played by Pedro Pascal. We know little of who this Mandalorian is or where he comes from, but the newest The Mandalorian trailer teases a possible tragic past for the masked bounty hunter.
Let’s dive into our trailer breakdown.
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Last night, the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer debuted (and tickets went on sale a couple hours earlier at a record-breaking pace, even though they weren’t supposed to be available until after the trailer arrived), and it’s all anyone could talk about online afterwards. A plethora of new footage was unleashed last night, and while it doesn’t really give us any details about the actual story at the center of this last chapter of the Skywalker saga, there are plenty of interesting details to pick up on. So let’s dig into them with our extensive Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer breakdown. Read More »
The Birds of Prey trailer has dropped, and it’s absolutely fantabulous. Margot Robbie reprises her role as Harley Quinn after she stole the show in 2016’s Suicide Squad. Now she’s emancipated from that abysmal movie and her toxic relationship with the Joker in Birds of Prey.
With a new girl gang by her side and a host of colorful, much more comfortable costumes, Harley Quinn is ready to take Gotham by storm. But she and fellow female vigilantes Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez), and Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco) first must face one of the city’s most formidable crime lords, Black Mask (Ewan McGregor).
See our Birds of Prey trailer breakdown below.
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Before the weekend hit, everyone around the world was finally given a proper first look at the upcoming live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian, coming to Disney+ when the streaming service launches in November. The first teaser trailer introduced us to the bounty hunter with no name, and it set the stage for a much more grim, gritty series set in the Star Wars universe.
Even though this is just our first glimpse at The Mandalorian, there are plenty of details to dissect and call attention to, especially when it comes to the vibe of this particular trailer and the introduction of several key characters. So let’s dive into our The Mandalorian trailer breakdown. Read More »
This morning, the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker footage that played exclusively for The D23 Expo crowd on Saturday was released online. Taking a cue from the marketing campaign for Avengers: Endgame, half of the new sneak peek is a montage of footage from the previous films in the series before we get to see just under a minute of new footage from the final movie in the Skywalker saga. But damn, that new footage packs a punch, and we’re about to take a deep dive into it.
Find out what details there are to glean in our Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker trailer breakdown below. Read More »