Every week seems to bring an awful lot of new trailers. With Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Prime Video and Disney Plus streaming so much alongside traditional theatrical releases, there’s too much to keep up with and it’s easy to miss something you’d like to see.
To help you out, we’ve compiled the best and biggest trailers that have been released this week and put them all together.
This week we got a great look at Men, the spooky new horror from Alex Garland, Paramount Plus offered a full look at The Offer, the new drama inspired by the making of The Godfather, and Where The Crawdads Sing, from Sony new star-studded drama.
Let’s dive in…
Alex Garland’s first film since his trippy 2018 adventure Annihilation is something just as genre-defying, but far, far more terrifying.
The film stars Jessie Buckley as Harper, a young woman who goes on a solo holiday in the English countryside after the death of her ex-husband.
Renting a quaint house, Harper finds herself harassed by a mysterious male presence. In the latest trailer, Buckley co-star Rory Kinnear was revealed to play every man in the village, from the local priest to the bearded bartender, to a very useless policeman and a young boy wearing a clown mask.
We can’t wait to see this between our fingers…
Release date: May 20
Where can I see it: at the cinema
Ben Foster teams up with Barry Levinson, legendary director of Rain Man and Sleepers, for this new film.
Foster plays Harry Haft, a young man who is sent to the Auschwitz extermination camp when the Nazis invade Poland.
A powerfully built man, his presence is noticed by a charming but sadistic Nazi officer who offers him an impossible deal: fight fellow inmates in the ring to amuse his captors, or die.
Billy Magnussen, Danny DeVito, Vicky Krieps, Peter Sarsgaard and John Leguizamo star alongside Foster.
Release date: April 27
Where can I see it: HBO Max
Michael Bay returns to theaters with another explosive action thriller.
The film follows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Will Sharp, a war veteran who desperately needs $231,000 for his wife’s surgery. He reaches out to Danny from Jake Gyllenhaal, his foster brother and longtime criminal who convinces him to take part in a $32 million bank robbery.
The robbery goes awry when the two shoot a police officer and find themselves on the run in an ambulance with a paramedic and the dying officer as hostages.
Alongside Gyllenhaal and Abdul-Mateen II are Eiza González, Garret Dillahunt, A Martinez, Keir O’Donnell, Moses Ingram and Wale Folarin.
Bay is directing from a screenplay by Chris Fedak. The film is based on the 2005 Danish film of the same name by Laurits Munch-Petersen.
Release date: April 8
Where can I see it: theaters
Miles Teller, Juno Temple and Matthew Goode star in this lavish new tale of the iconic development and production gangster flick The Godfather.
Teller plays Albert S. Ruddy, the producer who found himself tasked with bringing Mario Puzo’s bestselling 1969 novel of the same name to the screen. We follow the ups, downs and deadly decisions Ruddy made to bring the story to screens.
Release date: April 28
Where can I see it: Paramount Plus
Where the Crawdads sing
Normal People and Fresh star Daisy Edgar-Jones stars in this adaptation of Delia Owens’ bestselling novel.
Edgar-Jones plays Kya, an abandoned girl who has risen to adulthood in the dangerous swamps of North Carolina.
When, as an adult, she tries to make her life in the city, she is attracted by two young men. But, when one of them is found dead, she is immediately named by the community as the main suspect and faces a legal battle to prove her innocence…
Olivia Newman, director of a highly acclaimed sports drama first game, supports this one, with Reese Witherspoon among the producers.
Release date: July 22
Where can I see it: theaters
An all-star female cast, including Nicole Kidman, Cynthia Erivo, Issa Rae, Merritt Wever and Alison Brie, come together for this unique new anthology.
Based on the 2018 short story collection of the same name by PS author I Love Cecelia Ahern, each episode of the eight-part series uses magical realism to shed light on women’s experiences and how women navigate through life. through the perceptions of others.
Release date: April 15
Where can I see it: Apple TV+
The hit BBC drama, where a family of family lawyers constantly cook up drama in and out of the courtroom, returns for a third season.
Directed by Nicola Walker and Stephen Mangan, the show’s third series finds Hannah and Nathan, two prominent divorce lawyers, who are now facing a divorce themselves and trying to navigate a fractured family life.
Release date: April 4
Where can I see it: BBC iPlayer