‘Halloween,’ ‘Spider-Man,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ + More: All the TV + Movie Trailers You Missed This Week
Summer movie season may have only just begun, but Hollywood is already looking forward, beginning with a recent spate of trailers for upcoming releases — assumedly to be played before many a maybe-blockbuster across the coming months.
This week alone has seen more than a dozen teasers for end-of-year and early 2019 films, including the Lady Gaga-powered A Star Is Born, the celebrity-stacked Lego Movie sequel, and a Matthew McConaughey double feature comprised of crime drama White Boy Rick and neo noir-style thriller Serenity.
Below, see all the movie trailers (plus one for TV) you may have missed amid all the hubbub this week.
A full four decades after John Carpenter's original 1978 slasher, Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers (Nick Castle/James Jude Courtney) reunite for a final showdown in Halloween.
Release date: October 19.
Following in the footsteps of the near-incomparable Rooney Mara, Claire Foy takes up the torch as badass hacker Lisbeth Sanders in this long-awaited follow-up to 2011's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Release date: November 9.
Marvel continues its big-screen reign with this animated epic, set in an alternative universe from the other Spider-Man properties.
Release date: December 14.
Lady Gaga makes her feature film debut alongside Bradley Cooper in the A Star is Born remake, a turbulent love story of two musicians: One rising, one sinking.
Release date: October 5.
After a heartwarming first run, Netflix's new Fab Five return for another tear-streaked season.
Release date: June 15
The Transformers franchise time warps to the '80s with Hailee Steinfeld at the helm.
Release date: December 21.
The LEGO franchise's star-packed cast is back for another round of gut-busting but high-stakes antics in The LEGO Movie 2, featuring Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Elizabeth Banks, Tiffany Haddish, Jonah Hill, and many, many more.
Release date: February 8, 2019
Ralph and Vanellope venture into the vast world of the world wide web in this animated sequel.
Release date: November 21
New evils threaten to destroy Hiccup's dragon utopia in the third installment of Dreamworks fantasy film series.
Release date: March 1, 2019
Dario Argento 1977 Italian horror classic gets a fright-filled remake from Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino in Suspiria, starring Dakota Johnson.
Release date: November 2
Produced in part by The Lord of the Rings' Peter Jackson, Mortal Engines is a post-apocalyptic epic about two twentysomethings who suddenly find themselves exiled from the safe haven of their city.
Release date: December 14
Robert Redford delivers his final performance before retirement in this true story-inspired crime comedy about a career criminal, fittingly, on one last hurrah after escaping from San Quentin.
When his ex-wife (Anne Hathaway) tries to tempt him into killing her rich, violent new husband, fishing captain Baker Dill (Matthew McConaughey) finds himself haunted by a difficult past.
Release date: October 19
Another McConaughey-fronted drama, White Boy Rick follows the propulsive tale of Richard Wershe Jr. (Richie Merritt), who in the 1980s became the youngest FBI informant ever at only 14 years old.
Release date: September 21
Seven strangers, each with a secret, check into a seedy motel for one last shot at redemption in the 1969-set Bad Times at the El Royale.
Release date: October 5