Must-Watch Movie Trailers: July 29 – Aug 04

Must-Watch Movie Trailers Week of July 29 – Aug 04

Let’s check out some interesting movie trailers released this week. This includes Sam Mendes’ 1917, Scorsese’s crime drama The Irishman, Blumhouse thriller The Hunt, and few more. Most of the films we are listing here are promising with interesting storylines of varied genre.   

‘1917’ – Sam Mendes’ World War I Epic

This upcoming World War I epic 1917 is coming from the Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes and has an incredible cast, including Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch.

While we can for now feel this something in line with Saving Private Ryan, the story is set during the First World War, and here the key characters are assigned a mission to save not just one but hundreds of British soldiers. 1917 is slated for a January 10 worldwide release.

‘The Irishman’ – Directed by Martin Scorsese

For all those fans of Goodfellas, the showman Martin Scorsese is back to the crime drama genre with his latest creation The Irishman. While we will be seeing Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci together once again in key roles, Al Pacino is working for the first time with Scorsese.

The film is based on “I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa” by author Charles Brandt. So, this might throw some light on the rise of Frank Sheeran from a war veteran to a hitman and might also include the circumstances leading to the Jimmy Hoffa disappearance. This Netflix film will release in New York Film Festival on September 27.

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‘Queen & Slim’ – Story of a black couple

It’s a story about a black couple Queen and Slim who is pulled over for a minor traffic violation. The situation takes an unfortunate turn resulting Slim shooting the cop in self-defense. That was caught on camera and goes viral forcing the couple to go on the run.

Soon they unwittingly become a symbol of trauma, terror, grief, and pain for people across the country. As they run from one hiding place to another, they will discover themselves and each other. Queen & Slim is releasing on November 27.   

‘The Hunt’ – Blumhouse’s new thriller

Producer Jason Blum’s upcoming action thriller The Hunt looks terrific in the trailer as we see humans hunting human for sport. This sounds strange but the storyline, as we can see in the trailer, has a twist and might be a successful one like the earlier The Purge movie series.

The Hunt is directed by Craig Zobel and has an ensemble cast that includes Hilary Swank and Emma Roberts. The film is coming to cinemas on September 27, 2019.

‘Little Monsters’ – In a zombie outbreak

With Little Monsters, Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong is returning to the horror genre after her last outing ‘Us’. In the upcoming horror-comedy, we see her trying to protect kindergarten kids when they are on a field trip to a nearby zoo where a sudden zombie outbreak unsettles the scene.

Written and Directed by Abe Forsythe, Little Monsters will be in cinemas on November 15. Watch the trailer here that promises much gore and at the same time few elements of comedy.

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‘The Lighthouse’ – From the director of “The Witch”

Starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson, The Lighthouse is an upcoming psychological thriller directed by Robert Eggers, the director of the 2016-released satanic fairytale The Witch.

The plot line of the film looks interesting as we see two lighthouse keepers struggling to fight with their loneliness and weird psychological state in a stormy weather. The film will be in theaters on October 18.

‘American Dreamer’ – Jim Gaffigan in this fast-paced thriller

American Dreamer is an upcoming thriller from director Derrick Borte. The trailer looks unsettling and intense when a struggling cab driver — out of desperation from his financial constrain — decides to kidnap the son of a drug dealer.

American Dreamer features comedian Jim Gaffigan, who is all in a new avatar in this fast-paced thriller. The film is releasing on September 20.

If you liked some more trailers released this week ending on August 04, 2019, please let us know in the comment section below.

This post is written, edited and published by the Cinecelluloid staff.

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