naomi osaka trailer

Naomi Osaka is only 23 years old and has already been ranked No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association. Oh, and she is also the first Asian player to hold the top ranking in singles as well as a four-time Grand Slam singles champion and is currently the reigning champion at the U.S. Open and the Australian Open. To chronicle her personal and professional journey, Netflix announced a new documentary series, aptly titled Naomi Osaka, in Osaka’s honor and recently revealed its inspiring trailer.

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mccartney 3 2 1 trailer

I’d say it’s a good time to be a Beatles fan, but honestly the only time since the formation of the band it wasn’t a good time to be fan was when they broke up in the spring of 1970.

It might be cliche at this point to cite The Beatles as the best rock band of all time and it’ll also trigger the Contrary Trolls (TM) to come out of the woodwork to insist on a debate, but it’s just true. The Beatles changed music forever and it’s insane how their popularity hasn’t waned much in nearly 60 years.

This year alone we have two long form series dedicated to their music. One is from Peter Jackson, a three-part series called The Beatles: Get Back which will debut this November on Disney+, and then there’s a Hulu series called McCartney 3, 2, 1 which has Paul McCartney himself sitting down and going through his hits with producer Rick Ruben. The trailer for the latter was just released and shows McCartney and Ruben focusing on his Beatles work.

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encanto trailer

Hope you’re not all Lin-Miranda Manuel‘d out, because Walt Disney Animation’s Encanto trailer is here and it’s certainly whetting our musically-inclined appetites. To set the scene, this upcoming animated movie is described as “the tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a magical house, in a vibrant town, in a wondrous, charmed place called an Encanto.”

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife Release Date

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Since Ghostbusters: Answer the Call didn’t kick off a whole new franchise as Sony Pictures hoped, the studio is digging back into the original Ghostbusters franchise with a new sequel that picks up roughly 30 years after the events of Ghostbusters II. This time, director Ivan Reitman is handing the reins off to his son, filmmaker Jason Reitman, and the story focuses on the estranged family of one of the original Ghostbusters. Below, find out the Ghostbusters: Afterlife release date and everything else we know about the movie so far. Read More »

The 2021 Cannes Film Festival is now underway, and one of the films playing this year in the Un Certain Regard section is Lamb, an Icelandic thriller starring Noomi Rapace as the (adoptive?) mother of a half-human, half-sheep child. You heard that right. The film is set to premiere at the festival on July 13 but indie-horror distributor A24 has already acquired the North American rights and now we have a look at the first international teaser.

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val trailer

Amazon Studios and A24’s documentary VAL, about the life and career of actor Val Kilmer, just released its official trailer. The documentary boasts to have been “more than 40 years in the making” and features tons of unseen footage from Kilmer’s personal recordings. The actor brought his camera almost everywhere he went, and the trailer shows behind-the-scenes footage from classics like TombstoneTop Gun, and more.

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Masters of the Universe Revelation trailer

He still has the power. Fans of the original 1980s cartoon rejoiced when the news first hit that Kevin Smith would be leading a revival for the classic Masters of the Universe show. Picking up right where that story concluded all those years ago, Revelation is set to go all The Force Awakens on us and serve as a bridge for a whole new generation of fans. We recently covered the official teaser and now Netflix has released the full-length trailer. Check it out below.

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Have you checked out Fear Street Part 1: 1994, yet? If not, this is the only time I’ll tell you to stop reading one of my articles and fire up Netflix instead. Director Leigh Janiak‘s throwback horror homage flick is a total blast, taking the standard raised by the Scream franchise (the still-ongoing franchise, we should say; we’ll see how the next installment shapes up) and adding her own distinctive flair to all sorts of familiar genre tropes and archetypes. Of course, readers of R.L. Stine‘s novels are well-aware that this is only the beginning of the story and, after acquiring the trilogy from Disney-owned 20th Century Fox, Netflix is set to release the two sequels over the course of the next few weeks.

Now, we have the trailer for Fear Street Part 2: 1978 to contend with. As shown in Part 1‘s final shocker of a scene, that pesky witch clearly isn’t giving up without a fight. The answers that Deena (Kiana Madeira) and her brother Josh (Benjamin Flores Jr.) seek to save her witch-possessed girlfriend Sam (Olivia Scott Welch) just may lie in the past. Watch the Fear Street Part Two: 1978 trailer below.

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star wars visions special look

While Disney is full-steam ahead on The Mandalorian, its assortment of spin-offs, and other live action projects for the streaming service, little has been known about the previously-announced Star Wars: Visions. Until now, that is. Described only as “an Original Series of animated short films, [celebrating] the Star Wars galaxy through the lens of the world’s best Japanese anime creators” and set for release sometime in 2021, we finally received our first real look at the mysterious series thanks to a “Special Look” released this past weekend in conjunction with the 2021 Anime Expo. Check out the Star Wars Visions Special Look for yourself below.

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crime story trailer

I didn’t know I needed to see Richard Dreyfuss go the Taken route until I watched the newly released trailer for Crime Story. Granted, I’m an easy mark for anything Dreyfuss. Jaws is my all-time favorite movie and the man has delivered dozens of bangers since. Who else can still quote What About Bob? word for word? I bet there’s a lot more of us out there than you might think.

Now he’s pulling a Liam Neeson and getting into the schlocky action game and I, for one, am here for it.

The unoriginally named Crime Story is about an ex-mob guy named Ben Myers who is done dirty by some thugs and exacts his revenge. The trailer hints at a team up of sorts with his daughter, played by Mira Sorvino. Let’s take a look.

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