Trailers You Missed: Surly Mustaches, Crazy Eyes, And A Dominatrix Who Talks To The Dead
In case you missed ‘em, we’ve rounded up new trailers featuring Kate Mulgrew, Uzo Aduba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon, Shia LaBeouf, Daniel Kaluuya, and Fairuza Balk. But that’s not all! We’ve got creepy intruders, brawling inventors, charismatic inmates, on-the-lam lovers, and a dominatrix who can see dead people. Let’s dive in.
Orange Is The New Black — the final season hits Netflix on July 26
Our stint at Litchfield prison is coming to an end this summer. What will become of Piper, Suzanne, Taystee, Dayanara, Nicky, Red and the rest of the women we’ve come to know, love—and sometimes fear—over the last six seasons? From the looks of this trailer, they’ll laugh, cry, dance, rage, and seek ice cream. And justice.
The Current War — in select theaters on October 4, everywhere on October 11.
This historical drama has been sitting on the shelf for a while following its lackluster debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2017. For reasons. But finally, Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon, and Nicholas Hoult will bring much glowering, questionable accents, and confounding mustaches to the tale of Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla! It’s electric. (Boogie Woogie Woogie.)
Trespassers — in theaters July 12
What would do if the quiet of a peaceful night with friends was interrupted by a Fairuza Balk at your door? Would you let her in? Like. You’ve seen her movies. You know this is probably the inciting incident of a horror movie. But she’s Fairuza Balk. Of course, you do. Maybe she’ll talk about The Craft and play Light as a Feather! Now, what do you do when her friends arrive?
Holy Trinity — world premiere at Outfest Los Angeles on Friday, July 19
Imagine The Sixth Sense, but instead of a mournful little boy having the power to communicate with the dead, it’s a tattoo-covered Millennial dominatrix who loves partying and huffing spray paint. And instead of being besties with Bruce Willis, she hangs with priests, drag queens, and a witch. Sold? Same. Same.
The Peanut Butter Falcon — in theaters August 9
This one seems to be a heartwarming story of unlikely friendships, big dreams, and a life-changing rafting adventure. Zack Gottsagen stars as Zak, a young man with Downs Syndrome who aspires to be a professional wrestler. To pursue this dream, Zak runs away from his group home and caretaker (Dakota Johnson). Soon, he crosses paths with a scruffy outlaw (Shia LaBeouf) with a big heart but a notable lack of common sense. And from there, a wild ride begins.
Queen & Slim — in theaters November 27
After making a string of music videos for Beyoncé, Kylie Minogue, and Rihanna, director Melina Matsoukas makes her feature debut with this drama about a couple whose first date is derailed when they are pulled over for existing while Black. What happens next turns these two into “the Black Bonnie and Clyde.” Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith star in this drama that’s sure to mess us up.
Stranger Things 3 — on Netflix July 4
And finally, the final trailer for Stranger Things season 3. More horror, more mayhem, more totally ’80s fashion. Are you ready?
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