The Week in Trailers brings you all the cinematic teasers of movies to come from the last seven days – including the first trailer for the all-female Ghostbusters reboot, the first full-length trailer of Finding Dory, a new look at Tom Hiddleston in High-Rise and much, much more. Just click the images to watch…
The biggest trailer this week was undoubtedly the first look at Paul Feig’s all-female reboot/sequel/gender bender Ghostbusters. It hasn’t gone down too favourably in the Flickering Myth writers’ room.
Hot on its Ghostbuster car trails (now quite appropriately a hearse) comes the first full-length trailer of Finding Dory. Be warned of spoilers for the series’ first instalment, Finding Nemo: they found him.
Sticking with the animated genre, this week also saw new trailers for The Angry Birds Movie (yes, that’s actually a thing)…
…and Ice Age: Collision Course (yes, they’re still going).
Zoe Saldana will be playing the titular Nina Simone in next month’s biopic alongside David Oyelowo.
Also next month, shortly after seeing him as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’s Lex Luthor, Jesse Eisenberg will star in Louder Than Bombs, which has now received a new US trailer.
Ben Wheatley, he of Kill List and A Field in England, and one of the most distinctive directors working today, has a new international red band (which means ‘naughty’) trailer for his upcoming film High-Rise starring Tom Hiddleston.
J.K. Simmons, Susan Sarandon and Rose Byrne have a first trailer for their comedy The Meddler.
Because there’s always a British movie about football violence on the horizon, here’s Hooligan Legacy’s first trailer.
Private eye mystery Too Late.
Romantic dance drama High Strung, exhibiting the more tenuous kama sutra positions in the poster below.
Felipe Rodriguez’ upcoming drama Kidnap Central.
The sequel to the highest-grossing independent faith film of 2014 (that’s quite the specific accolade) God’s Not Dead 2: Resurrect Harder. Sorry, just God’s Not Dead. And yes, it does ironically star Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
And British crime drama Black Mountain Poets, starring the always wonderful Alice Lowe.
Here comes an impressively long list of upcoming horror movies. First The Black Coat’s Daughter starring Emma Roberts.
Havenhurst, starring Julie Benz and Danielle Harris.
Paranormal horror Dwelling.
Comedy horror Smothered.
And the thriller Girl in Woods.
That’s all from The Week in Trailers. Check back next Friday for another round-up.