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Still Scary After 100 Years Trailer: The Turning!

A spooky manor house in the country; creepy kids; ghostly figures and creepy crawlies, a terrified nanny – a combination we’ve become familiar with over the years. Henry James novel, The Turning, put these elements together over a hundred years ago and has been scaring readers ever since.

Now The Turning is coming to a theater near you (on January 24, 2020) and the trailer suggests the film will carry on that tradtion.

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Human Evolutionary Change Trailer: Hobbs & Shaw!

Once they were enemies; now they are… frienemies?

Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw find themselves in an uneasy alliance when a cyber-genetically enhanced anarchist steals a bio-threat that could alter humanity – and bests the MI6 agent who’s Shaw’s sister to do it! (The guy has a very strange family!)

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw opens on August 2nd. Check out the mind-altering trailer below.

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Gidget’s How to Be a Cat Trailer: The Secret Life of Pets 2!

The Secret Life of Pets 2 – Gidget (Jenny Slate) – Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures.

Gidget is training to act like a cat.

Why?

We’ll find out when The Secret Life of Pets 2 opens on June 7th.

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A Lot You Don’t Know About That Dog Trailer: A Dog’s Journey!

It doesn’t matter what he looks like; he’s still BaileyBaileyBaileyBailey – and he has a new purpose in A Dog’s Journey, the sequel to the surprise hit A Dog’s Purpose.

Check out the trailer below.

A Dog’s Journey opens on May 17th.

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Glass Is a Solid Conclusion to A Splendid Trilogy!

Glass – (L-R) Elijah Price/Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), Kevin Wendell Crumb/The Horde (James McAvoy), David Dunn/The Overseer (Bruce Willis), and Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson as Dr. Ellie Staple) – Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures.

M. Night Shyamalan got his career back on track with a couple of self-financed films (The Visit, Split) that did well critically and at the Box Office.

The revelation that Split was a sequel (to Unbreakable, to my mind his best film) provoked a lot of speculation – along with the critical acclaim and financial success.

Glass is neither as deliberate and moody as Unbreakable nor as spectacular as Split, but it is a solid conclusion to the trilogy.

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Wifh Fulfillment Trailer: Little!

In a film that takes the premise of the classic comedy Big and flips it on its head, Little is the tale of a hotshot thirtysomething that ticks off the wrong kid – who wishes she was little.

And it happens!

Little stars Regina Hall as the hotshot, Jordan Sanders; Issa Rae as her longtime assistant, April and introduces Marsai Martin as Little Jordan.

Little opens on April 12th. Check out the trailer below.

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