9 Trailers You Should Watch Right Now

Check out the 9 coolest trailers which we have seen last week and all I can say is 2017 is going to be great.


Mythbusters may be over, but its spirt — and build team — live on over at Netflix. It’s brought Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara back together again for White Rabbit Project, a new series that has them exploring strange questions in much the same way that they did over at Mythbusters. The series premiers on December 9th.


James Gunn writing and producing this absolutely insane horror movie about office workers getting locked in a building and being forced to kill one another. It looks ridiculous in all the right ways. It’ll be out March 17th.


Sleight premiered at Sundance nearly a year ago, and while it certainly wasn’t the festival’s biggest movie, it did walk away with some warm reviews — and this first teaser hints at what people seem to have liked about it. The film is about a kid who makes Tony Stark-like gadgets to pull off some wild “magic” tricks, which eventually seem to be put to some much less conventional uses. hits theaters on April 7th.


Big Little Lies, otherwise known as the show with commercials you have to fast-forward through before Westworld, finally has a proper trailer out — and there’s a lot to like. The miniseries is about a group of rich, cliquey women who seemingly end up killing someone. The cast includes Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, and more, The series starts February 19th.


The film came out last year in Italy and begins opening in limited showings in the US this month.


This is like if a video game accidentally was made as a movie. This is like if a marketing executive said, “Oh no, that country can’t be the villain because we want to screen the film there. I wonder what else we could— my God, I have it.”


This starts out looking like a campy horror film but very quickly turns into something that seems much much creepier — it’s sort of like an escape room, if the room was a morgue, the clues were inside a corpse, and also the corpse was probably an evil-spirit-zombie-white-walker-thing. You will be able to watch it on December 20th.


Mad Max: Fury Road is remade in Chinese and it is all new type of insane. it’s completely ridiculous. But there’s something really fun about how its low-budget effects sort of make it look like what would have happened if Fury Road were done in the style of the original Mad Max.


Riverdale is an upcoming teen drama television series based on the characters by Archie Comics. It has been ordered to series at The CW and is scheduled to air during the 2016–17 television season, coinciding with the Archie character’s 75th anniversary. The pilot is set to premiere on January 26, 2017 and is written by Archie Comics’ chief creative officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and executive produced by Greg Berlanti.

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