Another week over and another week of new film and TV trailers. A lot of superhero trailers in both TV and film. In film, we have the eagerly awaited Avengers: Endgame and an end of an era with the Dark Phoenix trailer. In TV, we have a season 2 trailer for Krypton and also a new TV series in the form of Swamp Thing. Cheers DC!
Also, be sure to check out the TV trailer of The Boys. If you don’t know what it’s about, the trailer is certainly worth a watch. Anyway, sit back, enjoy the list and happy viewing!
Once again, I’m just going to reiterate how excited I am for the Avengers: Endgame! Less than a week now. This one was the longest trailer Marvel released this week which is why it is up here. Although it features no new clips from Endgame, it is a nice roundup trailer of the past 21 films in the MCU. Oh, and if you scroll to the bottom and because I’m nice, I’ve added all the TV spot trailers. There’s a lot of them!
Avengers: Endgame will hit UK cinemas on 25 April and US theatres on 26 April. EEEEEK!
A new trailer for Dark Phoenix was released by 20th Century Fox this week. It shows a greater look at Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey and her power struggles. The movie does look good but I can’t help see comparisons to X-Men 3: The Last Stand. Still, I hope I’m completely wrong. Check the trailer out below and make your own opinion:
Dark Phoenix will release in the UK on 5 June and 7 June in the US.
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw
Yeah, you heard it right. If you didn’t already know the Fast and Furious franchise is having a spin-off featuring Hobbs & Shaw. Now don’t get me wrong, I love F&F, even though they’re wildly insane and unbelievable, but this is a film no one asked for. Why we couldn’t just have an action film with Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham I will never know. Oh, and it also features Idris Elba as a super enhanced human… did I use the word unbelievable somewhere?
Hobbs & Shaw will hit the US and UK at the same time on the 2 August
A new trailer for Child’s Play was released this week. The trailer shows more killer doll action, it isn’t something that appeals to me, but hey, I’m sure some people will watch it. After all, Mark Hamill is the voice of Chucky, so could be good.
Child’s Play will release in cinemas on 21 June.
Skin stars Jamie Bell in the main role and looking an absolute menace. Hard to think this guy was Billy Elliot at the turn of the millennium. The film takes a look at a white supremacist who desires to leave the life behind. I must admit, Jamie Bell looks as if he will be great in the role. Check it out below;
Skin will release in theatres on 26 July.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Sebastian Stan stars in We Have Always Lived in the Castle. The synopsis reads, “The arrival of a cousin with ulterior motives threatens the claustrophobic and isolated world of two sisters and their uncle.”
The film will hit theatres on 17 May 2019.
Playmobil: The Movie
Yes, that’s right, Playmobil is copying LEGO with their own film – Playmobil: The Movie. Need I say anymore really?
The lucky folks in the UK can see this on 9 August, whereas those in America have to wait until 22 November.
The Queen’s Corgi
The Queen’s Corgi is about Rex, the Queen’s errr… Corgi… Jack Whitehall features as Rex and Julie Walters as the Queen. Fun looking animation, check it out below:
The Queen’s Corgi will hit cinemas on 5 July.
The synopsis of The Perfection reads, “When troubled musical prodigy Charlotte (Allison Williams) seeks out Elizabeth (Logan Browning), the new star pupil of her former school, the encounter sends both musicians down a sinister path with shocking consequences.” The trailer is definitely worth a watch, something completely different from what I was expecting.
The Perfection will be available to watch on Netflix on 24 May.
Archer 1999 Season 10
Season 10 of Archer is finally here, and after two disappointing seasons, it looks like they’re trying to freshen things up. It looks like it’s back to the Archer we know and love, and with them taking it on a space route, it opens it up for even more adventures. The trailer is definitely worth a watch.
Archer 1999 will be shown on FXX on 29 May.
The Rain Season 2
I can’t say I’ve seen The Rain, but it’s got a trailer for its second season from Netflix. Something to do with a virus and it looks good, maybe I should give it a go.
The Rain Season 2 will be available on Netflix from 17 May.
Krypton Season 2
The first of the DC trailers this week which comes in the form of Krypton which has released it’s season 2 trailer. Krypton looks at the story of Superman’s grandfather on errr… Krypton. Yeah, the names of some of these things are really thought out. Anyway, if you watched season 1, check out the new trailer below;
Krypton season 2 premiere date is the 12 June.
The Boys Season 1
The Boys is another superhero drama based on a comic book which looks at a group of vigilantes that go after corrupt superheroes. It looks great, to be honest, and something I will probably add to my watch list!
Oh and there’s also an uncensored teaser trailer of The Boys. Be warned, it is very graphic!
The Boys will be released on Amazon Prime on 26 July.
Swamp Thing Season 1
The second and last of the DC TV trailers this week and this one is a teaser trailer for Swamp Thing. All it shows you is a look at the creature and that’s about it. Nothing exciting right now.
Swamp Thing Season 1 will premiere on 31 May.
Tuca & Bertie Season 1
By the makers of Bojack Horseman comes Tuca & Bertie. I’m not too sure what to make of it, but check out the trailer below:
Tuca & Bertie will air on Netflix on 3 May.
When They See Us Season 1
And last on the TV trailer list is When They See Us. It is based on a true story that gripped the US. The limited series will chronicle the notorious case of five teenagers of color who were convicted of a rape they did not commit. It looks like it could be good and worth a watch.
When They See Us will premiere on Netflix on 31 May.
Avengers: Endgame TV Spot Trailers
Just like I promised! A roundup of all those Avengers: Endgame TV spot trailers. Loads of them! Enjoy!
Oh, and there’s even an Audi advert featuring Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel! Check that one below;
That’s all I’ve got for this week, be sure to check to see what new trailers came out next week!