New trailers of movies in the works just dropped on YouTube. I am most excited about “Bad Boys for Life” being around early enough to watch the first parts. Watch nine trailers from this week below.
BAD BOYS FOR LIFE
To keep up with what is happening in this part I recommend you go back and watch the previous parts to get the dynamic of the whole series. You can get a sense of what to expect and also see what has changed. Here is the trailer for the original Bad Boys. The film comes out on January 17th.
RHYTHM + FLOW
This is a Netflix original reality competition show, and a Netflix first at a music series. it has an excellent selection of judges, including Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and TI. The series starts on October 9th and releases weekly.
Scheduled to release on October 18th, Jojo Rabit is an offbeat take on a World War II story. It’s a clever satire that tackles issues of indoctrination that feel particularly relevant today.
BETWEEN TWO FERNS: THE MOVIE
This movie is absolutely star-packed and over-the-top I suspect it’ll be a great use of an hour and a half or so. It comes out on September 20th, watch out for it
The director behind It Comes at Night returns with a very different film: a quiet family drama that’s apparently good enough to shell out Frank Ocean-level money for the trailer. It comes out on November 1st.
GRETEL & HANSEL
This is surprising indie horror take on Hansel and Gretel, but it also just feels inherently ridiculous with the flipped name, The Witch-style vibes, and the perpetually perfect visuals. It comes out on January 31st.
Black Chrismas is a reboot of the 1974 horror film Black Christmas. It’s about sorority sisters dealing with a masked killer who maybe turns out to be an entire cult/frat or something like that. It looks like a fun twist on a horror movie. It comes out on December 13th. The movie is directed by Sophia Takal and writer April Wolfe.
Its the newest movie from Takashi Miike with a fun and ridiculous twist on a yakuza film. It comes out on September 27th in the US.
This piece is a take on the story of Walter McMillian wrongly convicted of murder in the 1980s. It casts Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson to name a few and it comes out on Christmas Day.