I’ve noticed this irritating thing where more and more trailers have a scene to introduce the trailer. It is already an introduction! You’re wasting precious seconds telling me what I’m about to see instead of showing me!
OK end vent. I finished my (belated) binge of housekeeper on Netflix and now I’m really interested in reading the book. It may have been one of the most realistic depictions of poverty I’ve ever seen, where even the smallest setback can have a devastating effect, and you are painfully aware of every penny you make and where it will go before you even get it. paid. Like this The morning show finally had a good comeback episode with Ruthless Cory, Spiraling Chip and Awful Alex each at their peak. The best scene, however, belonged to Mia (Karen Pittman) as she tried to make sense of the episode’s big event on a personal level. More of her, please, show (albeit with two episodes left in the season and Alex just back from Italy and breathing and hugging everyone … maybe not?).
This week’s trailers: Villains take center stage.
The power of the dog
Benedict Cumberbatch plays a bad cattleman who mistreats his brother, sister-in-law and son in this absolutely gorgeous film directed by Academy Award winner Jane Campion and based on Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel of the same name. The film is already generating (I know, but it is it really is) Oscar-winning buzz for Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst. Along with Cumberbatch, Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee star in The power of the dog, which will be released in theaters on November 17 and on Netflix on December 1.
Boba Fett’s book
“Every galaxy has an underworld” is the slogan of this series and hell yeah, come on. The long-pending series on Star Wars The most popular villain in the movies (note that the first thing we hear in the trailer is: “I’m not a bounty hunter”) is almost here, and this first trailer should go a long way in whetting fans’ appetites. We took our first look at the series in a post-credit scene from the second season finale of The Mandalorian, where Fett kills Bib Fortuna and takes the throne once occupied by his late employer Jabba the Hutt. Faithful Fennec Shand sits beside him. The new trailer shows Fett trying to negotiate with some of Jabba’s former associates: “Jabba ruled in fear. I intend to rule with respect. “Bring on the miserable hive of scum and evil! Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen star in Boba Fett’s book, coming to Disney Plus on December 29th.
Maybe this movie will be good! Big, loud, disaster films directed by Roland Emmerich they’re … well they’re big and loud and usually very popular. The premise here is that the guys on the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969 found something spooky that was kept under wraps for 50 years, but now it’s like, out? And the moon is about … to fall? And is it also empty and is there something in there? Either way it’s going to be very bad for the Earth, and the only one who can save us all is Halle Berry (who tracks, actually). He stars alongside Patrick Wilson, John Bradley and Donald Sutherland (who will apparently play The Voice of Doom) in Moonfall, which will be released in theaters on February 4th.
Perhaps this the film will be fine! It’s been almost two years since we last saw a trailer for this movie about a lesser known anti-hero Spiderman and I think our review of the first trailer for January 2020 holds up quite well. Dr. Michael Morbius has a blood disease for which he must find a cure and accidentally transforms into some kind of vampire with perfect abs “and some form of bat radar” (literally a quote from the trailer) and can even fly, also he needs to drink blood. Ok nice. Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Al Madrigal and Tyrese Gibson star in Morbius, which hits theaters in January.
There is also a new trailer for Resident Evil: Raccoon City which I will link here but decided not to incorporate as it is pretty creepy throughout. It comes out to the cinema on November 24th.