It’s been 14 years since The Incredibles introduced us to a family of superheroes. The new trailer for The Incredibles 2 picks up right where it left off, but it definitely feels more like a movie from 2018. Mom is getting the hell out of the house while Mr. Incredible stays home and deals with the bratty kids.…
Here is the trailer for Melissa McCarthy’s latest coproduction with husband Ben Falcone, Life of the Party, which follows the adventures of a newly single mother who decides to return to college for her degree. The same college, in fact, as her daughter attends.
From the looks of this season two trailer, the robots of Westworld are about to revolt in their frilly Western costumes and humans, picking up from the season one finale, where we discovered Maeve’s identity as the center of the Maze, which is the key to establishing the humanity of these manmade bots. It’s all a…
Here’s a trailer for On My Block, a coming-of-age comedy from Netflix featuring a bunch of cute teens just trying to live, which I will probably describe at some point towards the end of March as something I’ve been “meaning to watch.”
Anytime a trailer begins with a violent spike of strings, you know you’re not exactly in for something pleasant or relaxing. As proof, I give you the trailer for Hereditary, the upcoming horror film about a dollhouse aficionado (Collette), her family, and an angry dead grandmother who’s not quite ready to exit the…
Step Sisters, a forthcoming Netflix movie about a black sorority teaching a white sorority how to step, might be fine. It could also be terrible. I guess we’ll find out!
The only sell you need for this movie is that Nicolas Cage scream-sings “Hokey Pokey” while cursing and wielding a sledgehammer in one scene. Mom and Dad is set in a crazy dark-comedy fantasy world where parents become murderous toward their children in droves, almost like the opposite of Boss Baby, where babies got…
It’s a good thing the remake of Overboard is coming out on 4/20 because I will certainly need 100 pounds of marijuana to get through this trainwreck!!
And now, the trailer for the fourth season of Mozart in the Jungle, a prestige-adjacent television show that I have not watched yet but have considered at least three times before settling on yet another episode of Rupaul’s Drag Race!
The first 30 seconds of the Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom trailer had me convinced that a thick-necked Chris Pratt and freshly bang-ed Bryce Dallas Howard were going to give up this dino shit to fuck in that dive bar, but sadly, I was mistaken.
Boo! Pizza! Scared yet? Well, you will be. A trailer for Slice, a somewhat mysterious project from Austin Vesely, has dropped. Before this, his film debut, Vesely previously directed Chance the Rapper videos like “Angels” and “Sunday Candy.” Slice finds him reteaming with Chance, one of the movie’s stars, as well as…
Your favorite enterprising village bartenders will soon return to ruin each others lives for our pleasure and for the opportunity to hold onto the dying embers of fame while still working as bartenders. This is the trailer for Season 6 of Vanderpump Rules.
Maria Bamford is a damn delight and watching her struggle with a relationship, work, and mental health issues is actually fun.
After two seasons of digging into everything about The Bachelor franchise and its maniacal manipulation, UnREAL is centering its third season around a woman suitor—a “suitress”—and here is the trailer.
The full trailer for the second season of Stranger Things is out and whuddya know! The whole gang is back! Except for Barb. Who is dead.
The 2014 science fiction novel by Jeff VanderMeer, Annihilation, seemed almost impossible to visually adapt, but there’s one thing director Alex Garland seems to have nailed: how creepy it is.
The original Peter Rabbit was a child rabbit, a disobedient scamp who ignored his mom’s advice and ventured into Mr. McGregor’s garden, then reaped the consequences. The trailer for the new movie adaptation of the book shows us a rabbit who is far too grown and knowing for these antics. He’s just a plain old jerk.
After last year’s infamous, bizarre mid-reunion unraveling, Phaedra Parks is nowhere to be seen in the trailer for this season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. No matter. Making up for her absence, two of the show’s original cast members—Kim Zolciak-Biermann, and Nene Leakes in her precarious wigs—have returned to…
Think about it—I might be right.
Blake Lively’s post-Gossip Girl pivot into film seems to consistently place her in peril.