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The Universe Knows What It Wants Trailer: The Wave!

Frank is just going out for a good time, but he will soon find himself on a wild trip – a trip that will change his life forever so, whether it’s a good trip or a bad trip will be irrelevant.

The Wave, starring Justin Long and Donald Faison, will premiere in select theaters and on VOD on January 17th.

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A Little Dream in Washington Heights Trailer: In The Heights!

The creator of Hamilton and the director of Crazy Rich Asians invite you to the event of the summer, where the streets are made of music and little dreams become big… In the Heights.

In The Heights will be in theaters on June 26, 2020.

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Unusual Circumstances Trailer: Promising Young Woman!

Cassie seemed destined to become a doctor but dropped out of school under unusual circumstances – but that’s not the end of her story.

Now she works a boring day job but does something very different by night.

Focus Features’ Promising Young Woman will be in theaters on April 17th.

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I Think It’s a Ghost Trap Trailer: Ghostbusters: Afterlife!

There hasn’t been a ghost sighting in thirty years – anywhere, let alone Summerville.

SURPRISE!

The trailer introduces four teens living in Summerville when something BIG happens – and hints strongly at how the original Ghostbusters might appear.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife is set for July 10th.

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Welcome to the Future Trailer: Wonder Woman 1984!

The first Wonder Woman trailer is very interesting for a number of reasons…

Reason one: this is the Steve Trevor from the first film (check the least few seconds of the trailer); reason two: Maxwell Lord and Cheetah are definitely the villains (Cheetah was known, but Lord is confirmed in the notes below the trailer on YouTube); reason three: Pedro Pascal seems to be channelling the late Rutger Hauer as Max Lord,  and reason four: the action looks even more insane than in the first one (and that was set in WWI!).

Wonder Woman 1984 will open on June 5th.

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