As with every week, there are new trailers for many of the more anticipated productions this week. If there is a production that you said you’d have a ‘bari trailer’ for a long time, you should check out my list.
Many anticipated new fragments arrived this week including The Girl in the Spider’s Web and Kidding. If you like horror-thrillers, our list will surely please you. Although it’s hard to catch up to the speed of cinemas, we’ve listed 10 movies that we thought were interesting and interesting this week.
The Girl in the Spider’s Web
In a network of cyber attacks, intergovernmental tensions, and spies, two characters struggling to uncover the truth find themselves in a crowded crowd as they try to get themselves out of nowhere. The production, which is a novel adaptation, is expected to show off at the end of November.
Laurie Strode, who escaped from a brutal murder committed 40 years ago on Halloween night, and the struggle of the masked wild killer Michael Myers, who secretly followed him, will be released in October.
The first trailer came from Bumblebee, the first spin-off film in the Transformers series. If you look at the trailer, it will be a production that has plenty of action at Bumblebee like all Transformers movies. The film will enter the vision in December.
Widows tells the story of the struggle of four women killed during a robbery, their revenge for revenge.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
This Spider-Man animation, which will be released in December, is a successful production that will excite viewers who have recently cooled down from Spider-Man.
It is a re-adaptation of Suspiria, one of the cult horror films, and it looks like a horror film lover will be quite happy with both his ambitious actress and successful script. The film will be released in November.
The new comedy series Kidding, starring Jim Carrey, one of the most beloved of comedy films, will meet the audience in September.
The Old Man & The Gun
Based on a true story, The Old Man & The Gun tells the story of Forrest Tucker, who escaped from prison 18 times throughout his life, and at age 70, re-doing it, signing a series of big bank robberies. The production, with its trailer, attracted considerable attention and will enter the vision in September.
Let The Corpses Tan
Let The Corpses Tan, a spaghetti-Western, nostalgic and delightful film, has appeared in many film festivals. A limited number of seats are expected to be shown in August.
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
After the first two filming loved, the third is announced and the film we watch with the title “How to Train the Dragon” will enter the vision in 2019 with a big expectation.