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Trailers You Missed: We're Still Processing It Too, Sean Astin

By Tori Preston | Streaming | May 27, 2018 |

By Tori Preston | Streaming | May 27, 2018 |

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There are some shiny new trailers available this week. But fuck it — this is my house, and I’m gonna start with this Fandango/MovieClips “exclusive” Ocean’s 8 trailer. Because I don’t care that we’ve seen trailers for this movie before now. THIS one right here actually shows a bit of interaction with each of the 8 women. And also Cate Blanchett’s accent is straight-up doing things for me today. What kinds of things? Shhhhhh just watch the pretty trailer:

And speaking of accents… here’s a movie that doesn’t seem to have any, even though all the characters are French?

Papillon — In theaters August 24th
Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek try to escape from prison. Shirtless. Well, sometimes. Based on a true story!

Also out this week in Trailer Land:

Wildlife — In theaters October 19th
This might be the indie-est movie to indie this year. Directed by Paul Dano based on a screenplay he co-wrote with Zoe Kazan, Wildlife tells the story of a teenage boy watching his parents’s marriage slowly fall apart in the 1960’s. Oh, and his parents are played by Jake Gyllenhaal and what appears to be a scene-stealing Carey Mulligan.

City of Lies — In theaters September 7
Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker try to solve the murder of The Notorious B.I.G. Um. I mean. I love you, Forest Whitaker, but I’m probably not going to watch this.

And from Netflix:

The Break with Michelle Wolf — Streaming every Sunday, starting May 27th
I have no fucking idea what to expect from this show, but it turns out “I don’t have time for emotion in my sex” is a line I could listen to on repeat forever. Kudos, weird trailer. Kudos to you.

Finally… you know what? I’m not even going to describe this one. I’m not emotionally ready to.