The first batch of trailers for the first Trailer Theater of the new year includes everything from David Bowie to wheeled cities and more. Check it out…
Coming soon to a theater near you…
Mortal Engines – As someone unfamiliar with Phillip Reeves’ Mortal Engines books, this first look teaser for the Peter Jackson produced film adaptation has me simultaneously perplexed and intrigued. I just might need to dive into the books before catching this steampunk epic when it hits theaters this December.
Annihilation – The first full trailer for Alex Garland’s adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s series of novels presents a unique sci-fi world of environmental and biological danger and beauty. Explore this new world when the film hits theaters on February 23rd.
Oceans 8 – An all-new Oceans caper produced by Oceans trilogy creator Steven Soderbergh and directed by Hunger Games director Gary Ross, this time with an all-female gang of thieves led by Sandra Bullock. I can’t wait for this one to steal the box office this June.
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms – Disney brings the Nutcracker story to new life, but it looks a lot like the Alice films to me. Disney is strategically releasing this one right around the start of the holiday movie season in November.
Coming soon to a streaming device or TV…
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 2 – Finally! A teaser and confirmation that season 2 of this incredibly fun family series is coming to Netflix in March!
The Polka King – Jack Black plays polka band leader Jan Lewan in this true story about polka and Ponzi schemes. The Polka King hits Netflix on January 12th.
Stargate: Origins – A new Stargate series with a nice Young Indiana Jones Chronicles vibe to it. The series is made up of 10-minute episodes that will air on MGM’s new Stargate streaming platform, Stargate Command, beginning on February 15th.
A Futile and Stupid Gesture – Will Forte leads a stellar comedy cast in the true story of National Lampoon. Prepare to laugh as this one arrives on Netflix on January 26th.
David Bowie: The Last Five Years – Get the tissues ready, Bowie fans. This new doc, looking at the exciting, artistically solid final years of Bowie’s career, premieres on HBO January 7th.
This post was last modified on January 6, 2018 3:15 pm