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Trailer Round-Up: Looking Toward Valentine's Day Viewing and BEYOND!

By Kristy Puchko | Film | February 10, 2021 |

By Kristy Puchko | Film | February 10, 2021 |


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Whether you’re seeking tales of blossoming romance, sexual escapades, pensive drama, wacky mayhem, or something scary, we’ve got you covered with the latest from Cathy Yan, Chloé Zhao, Noémie Merlant, Radio Silence, Joel McHale, Jennifer Garner and—uh—Armie Hammer.

There Is No “I” In Threesome: Debuts on HBO Max on February 11.

Months ahead of their wedding, a New Zealand couple decides to give an open relationship a go. But more than that, they decided to make a documentary about it. Here it is just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Dead Pigs: Exclusively on MUBI on February 12.

Before she helmed Birds of Prey and The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, Cathy Yan directed this bold social satire, based on real events. Vivian Wu, Mason Lee, Zazie Beetz, Meng Li, Haoyu Yang, and David Rysdahl star.

RUTH: Justice Ginsburg In Her Own Words: Premiering in virtual cinemas on February 12, on Starz on March 1, and on TVOD March 9.

Featuring interviews from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Goodwin Liu, Delegate Jennfier Carroll Foy, Lilly Ledbetter, and more, this Freida Lee Mock-directed doc aims to explore the personal and professional life of the notorious RBG, as well as her legacy.

Young Hearts: Coming to select theaters and VOD on February 12.

Anjini Taneja Azhar and Quinn Liebling in a teen romance that weaves in the complications of social expectations, self identities and family standings. Alex Jarmon, Ayla Carda, Kelly Grace Richardson, Eric Martin Reid, and Tanner Orcutt co-star.

Shook: Premieres on Shudder on February 18.

Social media can be a hellscape. In this upcoming thriller that’s no metaphor as an influencer and her friends become the target of a mysterious murderer. Daisye Tutor, Emily Goss, Nicola Posener, Octavius J. Johnson, Stephanie Simbari, and Grant Rosenmeyer star.

Nomadland: Coming to theaters and Hulu on February 19.

Since its fall festival debuts, we’ve been singing the praises of Chloé Zhao’s ode to the modern American nomad culture. You can read Ciara’s beautiful review here. And you can see mine pull-quoted in the Frances McDormand-fronted film’s latest trailer.

Jumbo: Coming to theaters on February 19, hitting On Demand on March 16.

Zoé Wittock directs an unusual romance between a girl (Portrait of a Lady on Fire’s Noémie Merlant) and an amusement part ride.

Crisis: Coming to theaters on February 26 and On Demand and digital on March 5.

Armie Hammer and Gary Oldman headline this thriller, which might mark the last chance you’ll have to see Hammer in a new movie for a while.

Yes Day: Coming to Netflix on March 12.

Jennifer Garner and Édgar Ramírez front this cutesey comedy from Miguel Arteta, which follows a family that gives control over to the kids for a day.

Happily: Coming to theaters, On Demand, and digital on March 19.

Joel McHale and Kerry Bishé are such a happy, lusty couple that they’re the envy of their friends. However, the visit from an unexpected guest throws marital bliss out the window. Stephen Root, Paul Scheer, Breckin Meyer, Natalie Zea, and Natalie Morales co-star.

Phobias Coming to theaters, On Demand, and digital on March 19.

Radio Silence, the team behind Ready Or Not, has produced a new horror film that follows five inprisoned patients suffering from extreme phobias. Leonardo Nam, Martina Garcia, Hana Mae Lee, Lauren Miller Rogen, Alexis Knapp, Macy Gray, and Ross Partridge star.

Which movies are you most looking forward to?

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Kristy Puchko is the managing editor of Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.



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