Movie trailers far outweigh the amount of TV trailers this week. A lot of the TV trailers are mainly second trailers but still worth a watch.
On the movie front, we have new Aladdin, Men in Black International, and Detective Pikachu trailers as well as the first look at Will Smith’s Gemini Man. Without further ado, let’s check the trailers out:
First up on this week’s list is two TV Spot trailers for Disney’s Aladdin. They’re both a minute long and take a wider look at the relationship between Jasmine and Aladdin, whilst also showing more of Will Smith’s genie. The film looks pretty decent and should hopefully be a much better showing than Dumbo.
Aladdin has a release date of 22 May in the UK and 24 May in the US.
Another trailer for Detective Pikachu set to Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World song. It just gives you an even bigger look at some more Pokémon that are featured in the film whilst also trying to plug at your heartstrings. Take a look!
Detective Pikachu will hit cinemas on 10 May.
Men In Black: International
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson star in Men In Black: International which is classed as a spin-off from the original franchise. The film does look good considering what a great job Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones done with it, but Hemsworth and Thompson look as if they make it their own. Their chemistry from Thor Ragnarok looks to have continued in this film as well.
Men in Black: International will hit theatres on 14 June.
Will Smith stars alongside himself in Gemini Man directed by Life of Pi’s director, Ang Lee. The story is about a hit-man facing off against a younger clone of himself. Yeah, one of those stories!
Gemini Man will hit theatres in the US on 4 October and UK on 11 October.
Godzilla: King of Monsters
Godzilla: King of Monsters is a sequel to 2014’s Godzilla, with some of the cast returning. The first one was decent and made an alright sum at the box office so I can see why they’re making a sequel for it. This looks more epic than the first, so should be a good watch.
Godzilla: King of Monsters is hitting cinemas on 29 May in the UK and 31 May in the US.
This is more of a clip mixed in with a trailer for Ugly Dolls. It features a lot of musical stars in the film including Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas. Check it out below;
Ugly Dolls hits cinemas on the 3 May and 16 August in UK.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star in The Hustle, a film about female con artists. One is more upper class and the other not so much. I will let you guess who plays which one.
The Hustle will be available to watch in theatres on 10 May
See You Yesterday
An interesting film which is coming to Netflix. See You Yesterday looks at a women’s brother being killed by the police wrongfully, she builds two time machines – one for her and one for her friend to go back and sort it. Needless to say, things won’t end well.
See You Yesterday will be available to watch on Netflix on 17 May.
Knock Down the House
Another Netflix film, this time a documentary. The synopsis reads, “A young bartender in the Bronx, a coal miner’s daughter in West Virginia, a grieving mother in Nevada, and a registered nurse in Missouri build a movement of insurgent candidates to challenge powerful incumbents in Congress. One of their races will become the most shocking political upsets in recent American history.”
Knock Down the House will be available to stream on Netflix from 1 May.
Deadwood the TV series ran over 3 seasons between 2004 and 2006 before finishing. After it finished it was announced that it was going to come back for two movies. Well here are a fair few years later with our first look at it. It features most of the same cast as well!
Deadwood will be shown on HBO on the 31 May.
Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman stars in this thriller, 21 Bridges. A disgraced cop goes after a cop killer in his way of redeeming himself which leads him into a massive conspiracy in the force. Looks decent, check it out below;
21 Bridges is released in US on 12 July and the UK on 23 August.
The Poison Rose
This film stars John Travolta, Morgan Freeman and Brendan Fraser. Yeah Brendan Fraser, he used to be in everything around the 2000’s and then suddenly didn’t really appear in anything. Well here he is again in this thriller.
The Poison Rose hits theatres in the US on 24 May. No release date for the UK as of yet.
Another Netflix film! This time starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler so you can already tell what type of film this will be. Quite simply it’s a murder mystery, but the film is a comedy as well. If you’ve seen a Sandler film, then you know what you’ll get, whether that’s good or bad is down to you to decide.
Murder Mystery will air on Netflix on 14 June.
Dark Season 2
Netflix has dropped a teaser trailer for the German sci-fi series, Dark. The trailer shows the main character in a dystopian future where the apocalypse has happened, even though he thought he stopped it in the past. Looks really good and if you haven’t checked season 1 out, definitely watch it.
Dark Season 2 will hit Netflix 21 June.
Easy Season 3
Easy is also back for it’s third season on Netflix, which will also be it’s last. Can’t say I’ve ever seen it but if you have, be sure to check the trailer below:
Easy will be available to stream on Netflix from 10 May.
The Detour Season 4
I can’t say I’ve seen this as well, but The Detour is back for it’s fourth season. This season will feature the Parker family going after someone rather than them running away from the authorities. No idea what though!
The Detour will premiere on TBS on 18 June.
Swamp Thing Season 1
After showing the very brief teaser last week, DC Universe has released a more in-depth look at Swamp Thing. It looks like it could be scary, but definitely something that I will check out. Check the trailer below;
Swamp Thing will air on DC Universe on 31 May.
Lucifer Season 4
Another trailer for Lucifer Season 4. This trailer has more of focus surrounding Lucifer’s old flame Eve. If you saw the ending of season 3, then you know that probably isn’t a good sign!
Season 4 of Lucifer will air on Netflix on 8 May.
Sneaky Pete Season 3
Finally on the list is Sneaky Pete Season 3, showing much more than the other trailer that aired a couple of weeks back. I won’t say too much about this, but the series is definitely worth a watch!
Check Sneaky Pete Season 3 out on Amazon Prime from the 10 May.
That’s it for this week, be sure to check us out next week for even more trailers!