Stargirl Trailer

Not to be confused with the forthcoming DC Universe superhero series of the same name, Stargirl is a new Disney+ original movie adapted from Jerry Spinelli’s New York Times best-selling novel. The coming-of-age tale follows an introverted young man named Leo Borlock (Graham Verchere) who likes flying under the radar. But when he meets an outgoing, quirky and confident new girl named Stargirl (Grace VanderWaal), everything changes. See for yourself in the first Stargirl trailer below. Read More »

BoJack Horseman Final Season Trailer

The final season of BoJack Horseman is almost upon us. The sixth season was split in two by Netflix, and now the remaining episodes will bring this strange saga to a close. Will BoJack be redeemed for all of his misdeeds? Is redemption even possible at this point? And will we finally learn the answer to life’s biggest questions: Hollywoo Stars and Celebrities: What Do They Know? Do They Know Things?? Let’s Find Out! Watch the BoJack Horseman final season trailer below.

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bloodshot trailer new

Vin Diesel is ready to live, die, repeat in Bloodshot, an action flick that finds the actor playing the Valiant Comics character. Diesel is Ray Garrison, a soldier who dies – only to be brought back with nanotechnology that turns him into an unkillable super-soldier. But Ray doesn’t realize the corporation in charge of the nanotech, RST, is up to no good. Watch the Bloodshot trailer below.

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Shrill season 2 trailer

In the raging seas of Peak TV, when more than 530 scripted comedies and dramas aired last year, the Hulu series Shrill was a pleasant surprise. Saturday Night Live star Aidy Bryant brought a relatable, messy energy to her role as Annie, an overweight writer who embraces her appearance and whose creativity begins to spark when she publishes an essay against her boss’s will. The second season is coming to Hulu in just a few days, and the latest trailer shows how Annie is dealing trying to take control of her life, both personally and professionally. Check it out below. Read More »

penny dreadful city of angels trailer

Victorian England is out and 1930s LA is in here in the trailer for Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. The new series isn’t so much a sequel to the previous Penny Dreadful, but rather something of a spiritual successor. The new show deals with grisly murders in 1938 Los Angeles, and how they tie into plots involving Nazis and a shape-shifting demon played by Natalie Dormer. Watch the Penny Dreadful: City of Angels trailer below.

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morbius trailer

Jared Leto is not joking around with Morbius. The Suicide Squad actor is totally fine with Joker‘s leading Oscar nominations this morning because he has an official trailer for the Sony comic book movie in which he stars as a living vampire. The next film in Sony’s Spider-Man-adjacent universe (after Venom), Morbius follows a scientist who accidentally turns himself into a vampire. Watch the Morbius trailer below.

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Fewer trailers

Nowadays, you’re spending roughly the first few minutes of your movie theater experience watching commercials for mattresses, dental offices, laser eye surgery, or Subway. But the rest of the pre-show is filled with at least a half dozen movie trailers. While we’ve established that there are plenty of tropes in movie trailers to keep an eye out for, each one has a story they’re trying to sell you on. However, what kind of movie trailer you get depends on how marketing departments and advertising firms see the best way to market your film. And that brings us to how movie trailers are created. Read More »

Standing Up Falling Down trailer

If you put Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation) and Billy Crystal (When Harry Met Sally) in a room together, comedic magic will happen. A new film called Standing Up, Falling Down bets big on this basic idea, and according to our review from last year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the film succeeds largely because of their standout performances. Check out the trailer for the indie comedy below.
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Fewer 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 go through a rough breakup, decide to spin the genetic wheel of fortune, find our kinda-sorta-soulmate, ask ladies what they’re really looking for when it comes to love, and do a huge roundoff to end on a big finish.

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breeders trailer

Parenting is hard. Who knew? Apparently not Martin Freeman in his new FX comedy series Breeders, which brings the Fargo star back to the network that earned him an Emmy nomination. But despite the common knowledge of the difficulty of parenthood, a whole FX comedy series about Freeman struggling to raise two kids with his equally tired wife (Daisy Haggard) does sound like the kind of show I want to see. Watch the Breeders trailer below.

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