There are many new trailers coming out for shows and movies due out for the 2021 winter season. With so many exciting options to choose from, we decided to sit down and collect a range of the most exciting trailers out there right now.
Let’s take a look at some of the most anticipated trailers out right now:
The concept of this Roland Emmerich film is “What if the Moon Fell to Earth,” and it looks like everything you’d expect from the director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow: loud, action-packed, and a desperate band of heroes that no one takes seriously yet must rescue the world. Oh, and guess what: “our Moon is not what we believe it is,” according to the official description. Moonfall, starring Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, Michael Pena, John Bradley, and Donald Sutherland, will be released in cinemas on February 4th.
The Wheel Of Time
This is another another long-awaited production that was put on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak, but is now available on Amazon Prime Video. The Wheel of Time follows Rosamund Pike’s Moraine, a member of the powerful all-female Aes Sedai organization, as she leads a group of five young people on a journey around the world, one of whom will fulfill the prophecy of the Dragon Reborn, based on the series of books started by the late Robert Jordan (and finished by Brandon Sanderson). The first three episodes of The Wheel of Time will be available on Amazon Prime Video on November 19th, followed by fresh episodes every Friday.
No Time To Die
I’ve lost track of how many trailers and teasers have been released for the new James Bond film, which will hit theaters in the United States on October 8th. It’s possible that it’ll be pushed back again. In No Time to Die, 007 is recalled to active duty to assist in the search for a missing scientist, but he encounters a terrorist commander out on vengeance. No Time to Die stars Daniel Craig (in what is expected to be his final Bond film), Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, Christoph Waltz, and Ralph Fiennes.
Kenneth Branagh wrote and directed this coming-of-age drama set in Dublin amid The Troubles in the late 1960s. It’s already generating Oscar hype, which seems justified considering the film’s stellar cast. Belfast, starring Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds, and Jude Hill, will be released on November 12th.