shang-chi and the legend of the ten rings teaser

“You can’t outrun who you really are.” Nor can Marvel outrun the tides of change, as we begin a new post-Avengers: Endgame era with one of the biggest “firsts” for Marvel Studios: the onscreen debut of its first Asian superhero. Simu Liu stars in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which introduces the titular Shang-Chi, a martial arts master with superhuman abilities. Watch the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings trailer below.

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12 Mighty Orphans Trailer

Luke Wilson is the latest actor to take the lead of a ragtag sports team in an inspiring drama full of life lessons. Heading all the way back to the time of The Great Depression, 12 Mighty Orphans follows the true story of a team of Fort Worth orphans known as the Mighty Mites and their surprising journey to the Texas state championships. We also would have accepted Remember the Mitans or Any Orphan Sunday. Anyway, watch the 12 Mighty Orphans trailer below. Read More »

flashback trailer

In the trailer for FlashbackDylan O’Brien is a bored office worker who suddenly starts having creepy visions of a girl (Maika Monroe) who vanished when he was still in high school. Is the disappearance related to a mysterious drug? Is O’Brien’s character suffering from some sort of strange drug trip? Is this trailer maybe too vague for its own good? You can see for yourself below!

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This Week in Trailers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising?

This week, we try to solve a mystery, talk with some aging Nazi accomplices, discuss what it means to be a man, and get literary.
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riders of justice trailer

Mads Mikkelsen is…well, extremely mad in his latest Danish-language movie, Riders of Justice. The Another Round actor dons a bushy beard and a shaved head to play the latest middle-aged dad you don’t want to mess with, in a revenge thriller about a former soldier who seeks revenge for the death of his wife in a tragic train accident that may have been an act of sabotage. Watch the Riders of Justice trailer below.

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Resident Evil Infinite Darkness Trailer

Not only is there a new Resident Evil game and a new live-action Resident Evil movie on the way this year, but there’s also a Netflix anime series coming out. It’s called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, and from the looks of the first trailer for the series, it’s set at the White House, which is a neat little twist.

The series comes from director Eiichiro Hasumi and will feature a musical score courtesy of Yugo Kann. This specific trailer introduces us to familiar Resident Evil characters Leon S. Kennedy (voiced by Nick Apostolides) and Claire Redfield (voiced by Stephanie Panisello). Leon “is investigating a hacking incident, and Claire, visiting to petition the government to construct a welfare facility, have a chance reunion at the White House. A strange drawing from a little boy and an unexpected power outage in the White House mark the beginning of the infinite darkness.” Watch the trailer below.

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We Are Lady Parts trailer

Peacock has so far been largely catering to the nostalgic or The Office-loving crowds, but the NBCUniversal streaming platform is branching out in a big way with its newest Peacock Original. We Are Lady Parts is a comedy series created by Nida Manzoor (Doctor Who) about a Muslim female punk band just trying to get a proper gig in London – and maybe a proper guitarist, too. Watch the We Are Lady Parts teaser below.

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Selena: The Series Part 2 Trailer

Before the end of last year, Netflix kicked off the first part of Selena: The Series. Focusing on the early years of the future Queen of Tejano Music, the series followed Selena (Christian Serratos) as she began her journey to fame. Now the second part of the series is coming to Netflix in May, and we find Selena on the brink of stardom, trying to balance her personal and professional life as her entire world begins to change. Read More »

borat supplemental recordings trailer

Amazon is ramping up its Oscar campaign for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (nominated for two Oscars!) with the release of Borat Supplemental Recordings, a multi-part special featuring new, unreleased footage from the comedy sequel. Well, specifically, it’s called Borat Supplemental Reportings Retrieved From Floor Of Stable Containing Editing Machine. You get the gist. Watch the Borat Supplemental Recordings trailer below.

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the underground railroad trailer new

The Underground Railroad, the new limited series from director Barry Jenkins that’s based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colson Whitehead, has already released several gorgeous teasers. Now, as we get closer to the premiere date, there’s a new trailer, and it once again makes it clear that this is going to be an absolute must-see. Featuring gorgeously lit cinematography via James Laxton, the look of this series alone puts so many other shows to shame. Watch The Underground Railroad trailer below.

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