I know, I’ve descended into just posting about TV and movies again in the past weeks. It’s been quite busy for me, but I vouch to bring some bookish content before the end of the month as well. Maybe something on writing as well? We shall see what the future holds. For now, let’s check out the latest trailers!
I love me some cute romcoms.
The Greatest Beer Run Ever
The title seems weird, but Apple TV+ does some really good stuff. Also, my boy, Archie Renaux, is in it, so I’m gonna show up for it.
I Used to Be Famous
They showed too much in the trailer again, even though I’m sure it’s a nice movie.
This movie release feels … timely. I mean, let’s just take a look at what’s going on in the US.
End of the Road
Queen Latifah is in more action stuff and I’m not mad at it.
The cinematography looks really beautiful.
This doesn’t necessarily look like something made for me, but Paul Mescal is an argument.
Doesn’t look great, to be honest.
I’d never go someplace in the middle of nowhere with a bunch of people I don’t know. Seems like a generally bad idea.
I think we’ve had this one before, but maybe the release was postponed and they redid the trailer.
On the Count of Three
Again, pretty sure I shared a teaser before. Content warning for suicide.
Speak No Evil
Scandinavians know how to do creepy stuff.
There’s more AI movies coming out again. I see what you’re doing, Hollywood.
This is actually about history from my own country. I won’t know peace until people stop depicting the relationship between Sisi and Franz as the ultimate romance though. Still, it looks good visually. I’ll likely watch it.
Wednesday Addams (Teaser)
I’ve always loved the Addams family. Very interested in this take.
Everything’s getting remade. We shall see if it’s any good.
Still wish JP wasn’t involved in this series, but I’m definitely going to watch.
A Friend of the Family
This is SO creepy, but I think it’s going to be really good. It’s scary, because stuff like this happens for real.
I said it with the teaser already, but this is a remake/reboot of a 90s show from Australia.
I feel like I’ve shared a trailer or teaser before, but I love Jon Bernthal, so why not.
Giving me Empire, Nashville and Dynasty vibes and I like it.
Guess this was inspired by the blackouts we’re being warned about.
Abbott Elementary (Season 2 Teaser)
They are the best. Can’t wait for the return of the show.
Cobra Kai (Season 5)
I honestly am behind on the show. I still haven’t watched Season 4.
8 thoughts on “Trailers You Might Have Missed … (Aug 15-21/2022)”
1. God’s Creatures: Not for me, either.
2. Pretty Problems: I stopped watching the trailer when I saw it involved inviting strangers together. I mean, that’s never a good idea.
3. Railway Children: I thought this might be an adaptation of the Boxcar Children books (which I saw a play about when I was a kid). Also, I bet that American kid is just trying to reunite with his dad or brother or something because his home life sucks without him.
4. Speak No Evil: Looks really dark.
5. Blank: Right up my alley. Also, I would love to have a retreat in an old house with an AI assistant! That sounds like a great way to get the work done. Just minus the malware and other issues, of course.
I don’t think I know the Boxcar Children books, but I’ve seen stories like the Railway Children a couple times before.
I would love to have an AI assistant too, but I’d treat them so well and kind. When the robot uprising comes, no one will be able to claim that I was treating them bad.
I forgot to mention, I’m psyched for Wednesday. And I’m almost done with Sandman.
Wednesday looks great! I’m not really a Burton fan, but Jenna Ortega is great.
Do you have a favorite Sandman episode for now? Mine will forever be “The Sound of Her Wings” but “Calliope” is also a great one.
I’m not sure. Though episode 5 and episode 6 were amazing for each their own reasons.
If anybody can pull off Wednesday, it would be Burton wouldn’t it?
I’m mostly putting my faith in Jenna Ortega for this one. That girl is a star on the rise.
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Agreed. Liked her in a couple of films…and looks like a perfect casting decision to roll with her in this one.
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