It’s been another interesting week for movies and TV trailers. It seems we can’t get enough of The Avengers as Marvel have released another trailer for Endgame. Though on the other side of the comic book fence, we have our first look at DCs Joker.
This summer is certainly looking like it’s going to have plenty to keep us occupied.
Probably the biggest movie on the list this week which sees Joaquin Phoenix take on the role of the famous Batman villain. It looks at the life of Arthur Fleck and how he turns into the Joker. The film will take on a dark and gritty tone and will be the start of DC movies away from the DCEU.
Joker will hit theatres on 4 October 2019.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
Sky Cinema and Netflix are teaming up to bring you the story about Ted Bundy – a famous American serial killer. He killed thirty people in more and more grisly murders, but people saw him as ‘charming’. Who better to play the role than Zac Efron then!
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile will be released on 3 May.
A new trailer for Long Shot was released this week starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen. The movie is a romantic comedy and it just looks like Rogen is doing whatever Rogen normally does.
Long Shot will hit theatres on 3 May.
Dave Bautista stars in this family film as a CIA agent. Yes that’s right, another wrestler as the main star in a film! If you’re not getting too fed up of seeing them then check the trailer below.
There’s no official release date for My Spy but it will be later this year.
Shaun the Sheep 2: Farmageddon
Aardman have released a full length trailer for Shaun the Sheep’s next movie, Farmageddon. This is more aimed for the kids, but fans of Aarman animation and the work they do will take pleasure from it.
Shaun the Sheep 2: Farmaggedon will be shown in cinemas in the UK on the 18 October, and for those of you in USA, it will hit the theatres on the 13 December.
The Dead Don’t Die
Adam Driver and Bill Murray star in this comedy film with zombies. Yes, zombies again. That old chestnut.
The Dead Don’t Die will hit theatres 14 June.
JT LeRoy is based on the real life persona of author Laura Albert. It follows Kristen Stewart’s character Savannah Knoop and how she pretends for six years to be the made up literally persona, even though it is her sister in law.
J.T LeRoy will hit theatres in the US on 26 April, and cinemas in the UK on 12 August.
Game of Thrones Season 8
Winter is coming! Oh no, Game of Thrones is actually. Season 8 is round the corner and another teaser of the show has been released. I mean everyone watches this, don’t they?
Game of Thrones Season 8 is being shown on the 14 April. So close now!
NOS4A2, a book written by Joe Hill is being adapted into a TV Series, featuring Zachary Quinto. He always has played creepy well!
This will premiere on 2 June.
Fear the Walking Dead Season 5
Season 5 of Fear the Walking Dead is here and it’s showing off it’s new trailer. Can’t believe the Walking Dead is still going, aren’t we fed up of zombies yet?!
This premiere’s just before NOS4A2 on 2 June, literally right before it! You can watch both one after another if you really wanted!
Dead to Me
Netflix have created yet another new show. The official synopsis reads, “A powerful friendship blossoms between a tightly wound widow and a free spirit with a shocking secret in this darkly comic series.” Check the trailer out!
This is set to premiere on Netflix on 3 May.
Yellowstone Season 2
Can’t say I’ve ever watched Yellowstone, but it’s got Kevin Costner in it so it must be good! If you watched the first season, well the second season trailer is here!
Yellowstone is due to premiere 19 June.
Cobra Kai Season 2
Cobra Kai has released a trailer for it’s second season. Just in case you don’t know, it’s an American comedy drama based on The Karate Kid.
Cobra Kai season 2 will premiere on 24 April.
Yes, more Avengers! This one minute snippet shows a reunion between Tony Stark and Pepper Potts, a truce between eerrrr Tony Stark and Steve Rogers and a proper look at Thanos meeting errrrr Tony Stark. Yeah he’s everywhere now!
Avengers: Endgame will hit theatres on 25 April! Getting even closer now!