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Cobra Kai Season 4 Trailer Announces A New Year's Eve Premiere

Fans of "Cobra Kai" already knew the fourth season of the "Karate Kid" sequel series would arrive before the end of the year, but thanks to a knew trailer, they can put the official premiere date in their calendar. "Cobra Kai" season four will arrive just in the nick of time to beat the end of 2021 with a release date scheduled for New Year's Eve on December 31, 2021. So you'll be able to ring in the New Year with some roundhouse kicks and punches, courtesy of Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and ...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Don, Daniel, Johnny, Miyagi, FANG, Karate Kid, Cobra Kai, Terry Silver, Jon Hurwitz, Daniel LaRusso Ralph Macchio, Kreese


Army Of Thieves Trailer: It's Time To Crack Some Safes Before The Zombie Apocalypse

"Army of Thieves" is a new Netflix movie taking us back before the events of Zack Snyder's zombie apocalypse heist movie "Army of the Dead." In this prequel directed by and starring the original film's co-star Matthias Schweighöfer, the United States has just started to feel the terror of the undead wreaking havoc across the country. Since this creates more than a little instability for the world's economies, master safe-cracked Dieter (Schweighöfer) gets recruited by a team of criminals who are...
Tags: Europe, Movies, News, Netflix, United States, Army, Trailers, Interpol, Richard Nixon, Dieter, Zack Snyder, Matthias Schweighofer, Jonathan Cohen, Army of the Dead, Europe Army, Bly Tanaka Hiroyuki Sanada


Cowboy Bebop: Watch The Jazzy Opening Credits For Netflix's Anime Adaptation

"Cowboy Bebop" is one of the most beloved anime series of all time. Now, Netflix has turned it into a live-action series, after years of whispers about a live-action project of some kind. Fresh from Netflix's big Tudum event this weekend, here's our first glimpse at Spike, Jet, Faye, and -- of course - Ein the corgi in the opening credits for "Cowboy Bebop." Let's have a look-see. Cowboy Bebop Opening Credits Like virtually every other streaming service out there right now, Netflix is trying v...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Shell, John Cho, Spike, EIN, Shinichiro Watanabe, Cowboy Bebop, Andre Nemec, Alex Hassell, Elena Satine, Jet Black, Daniella Pineda


Tiger King 2 Release Date Teaser: The Story Of Joe Exotic Continues In November

"Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness" took the world by storm last year while we were all stuck inside our houses trying to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic. But as we learned recently, the story isn't over yet."Tiger King 2" will continue the story of Joe Exotic, the fallen exotic animal zoo owner who may have had more scandals than he did tigers, lions, and other dangerous animals in his morally questionable animal sanctuary in in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. Netflix has announced the release date with...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Oklahoma, Nicolas Cage, Joe, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Jeff Lowe, Wynnewood Oklahoma Netflix


The Witcher Gets A New Season 2 Trailer, Clips, And Season 3 Renewal

Toss a coin to Netflix's TUDUM event today — we've got a new trailer for "The Witcher" Season 2! The show that stars a gruff and grunting Henry Cavill in tight leather pants earned itself a strong fan following with its first season, so much so that Netflix not only greenlit a second season but also moved ahead on two projects in the same universe: the live-action prequel "The Witcher: Blood Origin" and the animated feature "The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf.""The Witcher" even had its own stan...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Henry Cavill, Sabrina, Witcher, Geralt, Kristofer Hivju, Rivia, Yennefer, Cirilla, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, Liz Carr, MyAnna Buring


The Sandman Teaser Trailer: Neil Gaiman's Graphic Novel Comes To Life

Fans of Neil Gaiman's comic book series "The Sandman" have been waiting for a filmed adaptation for a long, long time. The series debuted at DC Comics in 1989 and completed its initial run in 1996. There have been several attempts at adapting the mammoth work into movies or TV shows, but they've never panned out. Finally, Netflix has released the teaser trailer for "The Sandman" TV series, and fans of the Endless can truly get excited.  The Sandman Trailer A "Sandman" adaptation has been in de...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Neil Gaiman, Netflix, Trailers, Tom Sturridge, Sandman, Gaiman, John Constantine, Gwendolyn Christie, Matthew the Raven Patton Oswalt, Johanna Constantine Jenna Coleman


Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer: Welcome To The Creel House

"Stranger Things" is arguably the show that took Netflix to the next level of having must-see content. Since the show aired in 2016, it's received over  175 award nominations and 65 wins, including Emmys and Golden Globes. When the third season dropped in July 2019, 40.7 million household accounts checked it out within four days — more than any other Netflix film or series in that timeframe — and 64 million member households tuned in within the first four weeks.The streaming platform is undoubte...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Hopper, Hawkins, Winona Ryder, Brett Gelman, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Hawkins Indiana, Karen Wheeler, Murray Bauman, Joyce Byers Finn Wolfhard, Monkey Massacre Productions


The Orville: New Horizons Gets Season 3 Release Date & Teaser Trailer

It's been a couple of light years, but the third season of Seth MacFarlane's "The Orville: New Horizons" is set to return in March of next year on Hulu. The move to Hulu from Fox was something we've known about since 2019, but things weren't clear about when (or even if, given the pandemic and other things) we'd see season 3.We now know the show will premiere on Hulu on March 10, 2022. We also know that the core cast — MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald, Scott Grimes, Peter Macon...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Fox, Trailers, Hulu, Seth Macfarlane, Orville, Macfarlane, Anne Winters, Star Trek Check


The Worst Person In The World Trailer: Love Is Complicated

After earning the love of critics and audiences alike at this year's Cannes Film Festival, "The Worst Person in the World" has dropped a new trailer. The darkly comedic drama is the third chapter of Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier's "Oslo Trilogy," following the films "Reprise" and "Oslo, 31 August." Check out the trailer for "The Worst Person in the World" below! Love And Life In Norway The trailer doesn't reveal much about the plot of "The Worst Person in the World," but we do get to see s...
Tags: Movies, News, World, Trailers, Norway, Cannes, Oslo, Julie, Trier, Anders, Joachim Trier, Anders Danielsen Lie, Askel, Eskil Vogt, Thomas Robsahm, Julie Renate Reinsve


Spencer Trailer: Kristen Stewart Is A Troubled Princess Diana

Kristen Stewart is Princess Diana in "Spencer," Pablo Larraín's haunting portrait of the Princess of Wales during one very long Christmas holiday. We seem to be overloaded with Princess Diana projects lately: there's "The Crown" and there's even a musical hitting Netflix in October. But that doesn't mean you should sleep on Larraín's movie, which is elegant, sad, and oddly even a little hopeful (despite the fact that we all know how things turn out for Diana in the end). A new "Spencer" trailer ...
Tags: Movies, News, Wales, Netflix, Trailers, Diana, Charles, Sally Hawkins, Kristen Stewart, Jackie, Sandringham, Spencer, Stewart, Larrain, Spencer Pablo Larraín, Kristen Stewart Timothy Spall Sean Harris


Muppets Haunted Mansion Trailer: Gonzo And Pepe Try To Survive The Night (And Ghost Puns)

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Halloween, that is. While the Muppets may be more commonly associated with Christmas Carols, the scare-filled festivities of Spooky Season mean that we can once again look forward to Jim Henson's puppet creations entertaining, enchanting, and distracting us from the ever-present worries of (gestures wildly) everything going on these days. Loaded with special guest stars, new original music, and -- of course -- all the Muppet characters we know and love, ...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Haunted Mansion, Muppets, Pat Sajak, Trailers, John Stamos, Will Arnett, Taraji P Henson, Jim Henson, Darren Criss, Ed Asner, Yvette Nicole Brown, Geoff Keighley, Chrissy Metz


I Know What You Did Last Summer Trailer: The Slasher Classic Becomes A TV Series

Halloween is right around the corner and horror fans are living it up! But don't party too hard, lest you get mixed up in all the sex, lies and murderous drama that drives slashers to their bloody conclusions. Should it happen to someone else though... why not watch along? Amazon Prime Video just gave us more than a quick glimpse at what's ahead for the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" reboot — we finally have a full trailer! Proceed if you dare. You can watch the first trailer for Amazon's "I ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, News, Trailers, Lennon, Amazon Prime Video, Brooke Bloom, Lennon Madison Iseman


The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain Trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch Will Change Your Mind About Cats

If dogs are man's best friend, then cats are ... well, some people might consider them to be more of an acquired taste. Luckily, that's precisely the mindset that Benedict Cumberbatch's artist Louis Wain seeks to change in "The Electrical Life of Louis Wain." The biopic premiered at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (you can read Chris Evangelista's review here) and Amazon Studios has released a new trailer for the film, which you can watch below. The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain ...
Tags: England, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, News, Trailers, Olivia Colman, Cumberbatch, Tom Hooper, Amazon Studios, Sylvie, Louis Wain, Will Sharpe, Chris Evangelista, Simon Stephenson, Electrical Life of Louis Wain, Electrical Life Of Louis Wain Review


Invasion Trailer: Aliens Invade Apple TV+ And Civilization Collapses In Upcoming Sci-Fi Series

In the upcoming Apple TV+ series "Invasion," we are not alone. Aliens are joining us on Earth, and they're far from friendly. The globe-trotting sci-fi series sees the collapse of civilization through the eyes of characters based around the world. The story jumps across continents to visit everyone from a soon-to-be retired police sheriff to a member of a Japanese space program. How will they handle this societal collapse? Come see for yourself in the new trailer for "Invasion." Invasion Trailer...
Tags: Apple, Japan, Television, Movies, News, Earth, Trailers, Deadpool, Ahmed, Sam Neill, Simon Kinberg, Golshifteh Farahani, John Bell Tyson, Aneesha Malik, Firas Nassar, Aliens Invade Apple


Britney Vs Spears Trailer: The Decade-Long Legal Battle To #FreeBritney

For better or worse, yet another streaming documentary is pushing Britney Spears back into the spotlight. As one of the most influential singers in pop-star history, Britney never truly left the public eye, but the recent uproar surrounding her conservatorship has really upped the amount of stares in her direction. Now Netflix is weighing in on the controversy with documentarian Erin Lee Carr and her latest film, "Britney vs Spears." After much speculation surrounding the documentary — including...
Tags: Movies, News, Instagram, Netflix, Trailers, Britney Spears, Hulu, Liz Garbus, Jamie, Britney, Simone, Spears, Farrow, Erin Lee Carr, Jenny Eliscu, Dan Cogan


Injustice Red Band Trailer: Superman Goes Dark In Blood-Drenched New Look

Zack Snyder's deeply held fever dream of an uber-fascist Superman murdering people by the score and obliterating folks with his scary laser eyes was heavily inspired by the 2013 video game "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and its comic book spin-offs. Now fans can see that terrifying "Knightmare" world glimpsed in "Batman v Superman" and "Zack Snyder's Justice League," brought to glorious blood-soaked life in a new red band trailer for "Injustice," Warner Bros. Animation's latest DC feature offering. ...
Tags: Movies, News, Youtube, Superman, Earth, Trailers, Justice League, Batman, Dc, Man Of Steel, Gillian Jacobs, Zack Snyder, Tom Taylor, Lois Lane, Truth Justice, NetherRealm Studios


Roh Trailer: Malaysia's Oscar Submission Offers Folk Horror Chills [Exclusive]

Film Movement has provided us with a stunning exclusive trailer for "Roh," a supernatural thriller that served as Malaysia's Oscar submission last year. It will arrive via Virtual Cinema and, day-and-date, on Digital/VOD this October 29.Here is the official synopses:"Cut off from civilization, a single mother puts her children on high alert when they bring home a strange young girl caked in clay. She tells of spirits and spirit hunters, and after spending the night she delivers an ominous prophe...
Tags: Usa, Movies, News, Indonesia, Malaysia, Trailers, North America, Edgar Wright, Soho, Shaun, Roh, Robert Eggers, Film Movement, Emir Ezwan, Carson Timar, Ezwan


The Execution Trailer: The Hunt For A Russian Serial Killer Begins [Exclusive]

There's simply no getting around it: Whether it's true-crime podcasts or based-on-true-events movies and shows, everyone (me included!) loves listening to or watching media that dives deep into the psyche of serial killers and those attempting to bring them to justice. "Zodiac," "Memories of Murder," "Mindhunter," and many more productions have all carved out their own niches and dramatized the real-life struggles involved in their respective stories ... and now it's time for "The Execution" to ...
Tags: Movies, News, Russia, Gorbachev, Trailers, Ussr, Issa, Scott Derrickson, Fantastic Fest, Lado Kvataniy, Issa Valentinovich, Victoria Tolstoganova


Sex, Love And Goop Trailer: 10 Things I Hate About Goop

As the modern day prophets Lit once said, "I am my own worst enemy." And with the news that Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle magazine/website/luxury cult has (another) brand new Netflix show, I am ready to disappoint myself once again.With this blink-and-you'll-miss-it teaser trailer, Netflix has announced their newest hot Goop collab, "Sex, Love and Goop." The show description promises a lusty and sex positive romp through the modern world of sex, where couples team up with "experts" to take their s...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Nasa, Netflix, Trailers, Gwyneth Paltrow, Goop, Paltrow, U K s National Health Service


Passing Trailer: Tessa Thompson And Ruth Negga Star In Rebecca Hall's Acclaimed Directorial Debut

Rebecca Hall makes her feature directorial debut with "Passing," a slow-burn drama about two very different women living in the 1920s. Both women are Black, but one of them, played by Ruth Negga, "passes" as white in public, while the other woman, played by Tessa Thompson, doesn't. At least not all the time. These two women are childhood friends who reconnect by chance, setting off a chain of events that will change both of them forever. "Passing" played at the virtual Sundance Film Festival ear...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Hall, Tessa Thompson, Rebecca Hall, Irene, Clare, Harlem Renaissance, Alexander Skarsgard, Andre Holland, Ruth Negga, Nella Larsen, Clare Kendry


A Mouthful Of Air Trailer: Amanda Seyfried Is Overwhelmed By Sadness In New Slow Burn Drama

Sony just unveiled the first trailer for the emotional drama, "A Mouthful of Air." Starring Academy Award nominee Amanda Seyfried and "American Horror Story" star Finn Wittrock, the film centers on a young, struggling mother haunted by her internal demons as the birth of her second child approaches.You can watch the full trailer for "A Mouthful of Air" below. A Mouthful Of Air Trailer The trailer introduces us to Seyfried's Julie Davis, a radiant young mother with a dark secret. Julie's mental...
Tags: Movies, News, Sony, Trailers, Hulu, David Fincher, Elizabeth Holmes, Amanda, Julie, Amanda Seyfried, Finn Wittrock, Seyfried, Julie Davis, Koppleman, Mank, Amy Koppelman


Escape The Undertaker Trailer: Netflix's Latest Interactive Movie Is A Wrestling Horror Story

Netflix has been vocal about their plan to have more interactive content, and now it's clear they're going to deliver. While they may not be releasing full-fledged video games on the streaming service just yet, they just announced a new interactive movie, "Escape The Undertaker." The interactive movie will star wrestling icon the Undertaker in a choose-your-own-adventure horror story, and you can watch the trailer below. Escape The Undertaker Trailer In "Escape The Undertaker," WWE Superstars ...
Tags: Movies, News, New York City, Netflix, Trailers, Giancarlo Esposito, Ben Simms


The Tragedy Of Macbeth Trailer Breakdown: Something Wicked This Way Coens

Is this a dagger which I see before me? No! It's the trailer for "The Tragedy of Macbeth," the new Shakespeare adaptation from writer-director Joel Coen. Starring Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington, this black-and-white retelling of the Scottish Play looks stylish as hell, and the pairing of McDormand and Washington is sure to get plenty of attention. There's a chance you're already familiar with the story of "Macbeth," since the play has been around for over 400 years, and there have been ...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Washington, Ireland, Frances Mcdormand, Trailers, Norway, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Duncan, Lady Macbeth, Malcolm, Banquo, Harry Melling, McDormand


Sankofa Trailer: Ava Duvernay Spearheads A 4K Restoration Of A Lost Classic For Netflix

Ava DuVernay ("Selma," "A Wrinkle in Time") and her ARRAY Releasing company are putting out a brand-new 4K restoration of legendary Ethiopian filmmaker Haile Gerima's "Sankofa," a groundbreaking 1993 film set around the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the powerful resistance of a group of enslaved Africans in the American South. The re-release is landing on Netflix this coming Friday, September 24, as the streamer has put out all of ARRAY's releases since 2016. If the mise en scène rings familiar...
Tags: Movies, News, Africa, Netflix, Atlantic, Ethiopia, Trailers, North America, Ava Duvernay, Janelle Monae, DuVernay, Shola, Charles Burnett, Sankofa, Cape Coast Ghana, UCLA Film School


The Beta Test Trailer: An Anonymous Tryst Descends Into Paranoid Chaos

One mistake is all it takes for your life to turn into complete chaos -- or so "The Beta Test" teaches us in the first trailer for the upcoming satirical thriller. The film introduces the world's "ultimate clickbait thirst trap," and sends its characters plunging into the world of sex, murder, and lots of paranoia. Tempted to join them? Check out the new trailer for "The Beta Test" down below! The Beta Test Trailer Watch the life of a ruthless Hollywood talent agent slowly unravel after he mak...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Trailers, Jordan, Cummings, Jordan Belfort, Patrick Bateman, Thunder Road, PJ McCabe, Jordan Jim Cummings, Bucheon International Fantastic Film


The Problem With Jon Stewart Trailer: Jon Stewart Is Back On TV, Baby

Jon Stewart is back, but with a new beard and, quite possibly, a worst world to dissect. Six years ago the famed comedian left his post at "The Daily Show" — impeccable timing on his part, given the painful lows of 2016. Sans some occasional guest appearances on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and the Trevor Noah-hosted "Daily Show," Stewart spent years avoiding the spotlight. But turns out he couldn't stay away for very long. Jon Stewart now returns as the creator and host of "The Problem ...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, America, Trailers, Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, Stewart, Stewarts


The Tragedy Of Macbeth Trailer: Joel Coen, Denzel Washington, And Frances McDormand Do Shakespeare

Joel Coen is flying solo with "The Tragedy of Macbeth," a new take on the Shakespeare classic. While Joel Coen almost always works side-by-side with his brother Ethan, "The Tragedy of Macbeth" has him on his own — although that doesn't mean the Coen Brothers have had a falling out. "Ethan just didn't want to make movies anymore," said longtime Coen collaborator Carter Burwell. "Ethan seems very happy doing what he's doing, and I'm not sure what Joel will do after this. They also have a ton of sc...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Frances Mcdormand, Trailers, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Coen Brothers, Joel, Ethan, Lady Macbeth, Coen, Joel Coen, Harry Melling, Denzel Washington Frances McDormand


The New Halloween Kills Trailer Teases A Key Flashback To The 1978 Original

When we first revisited Michael Myers in "Halloween" (2018), he had been locked away in Smith's Grove Psychiatric Hospital for 40 years following his killing spree in Haddonfield. Retconning the storylines of the entire franchise meant that we never found out what happened when he vanished off of the lawn after being shot by Dr. Loomis, disappearing into the night.2018's "Halloween" loudly declared that it was a direct sequel to John Carpenter's 1978 masterpiece of the same name. That said, the ...
Tags: Movies, News, Karen, Beverly Hills, Trailers, Annie, Smith, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, John Carpenter, Myers, Loomis, Carpenter, Judith, Laurie, Haddonfield


Marvel's Hit-Monkey Trailer Brings The Murderin' Macaque To Hulu

The folks over at Marvel have thousands of superheroes at their disposal, but we didn't expect to get a series about this one anytime soon. Hulu will be the streaming home for Marvel's "Hit-Monkey," an adult cartoon series about a Japanese macaque who learns martial arts and goes on a rip-roaring tale of revenge to destroy the humans who killed his family. Watch the first trailer for the wild new animated series below. Hit-Monkey Trailer The character of Hit-Monkey was created by writer Daniel...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Marvel, Monkey, Trailers, Tokyo, Hulu, Jason Sudeikis, Olivia Munn, Josh Gordon, Bryce, George Takei, Munn, Office Christmas Party, ITO


Halloween Kills Trailer: Michael Myers Is Back, Again

If fire or franchise continuity can't stop Michael Myers, nothing can. One of the most famous horror antagonists in genre history is back and more fearsome than ever in "Halloween Kills." Many fans thought that 2018's "Halloween" was a fitting enough end for Laurie Strode and her seemingly never-ending war with The Shape, but the announcement that filmmaker David Gordon Green would be returning to direct two more "Halloween" sequels means we're not quite done dealing with the collective trauma o...
Tags: Movies, News, Trailers, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, John Carpenter, Peacock, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Judy Greer, Michael Myers, Will Patton, Laurie Strode, Marshall Shaffer, Andi Matichak



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