Trailers you may have missed - 31 March 2017By Staff Writer 31 March 2017 | Categories: News
A number of trailers, movie, TV and gaming, were unveiled this week. As such, we're sure a couple may have passed you by. Luckily we've compiled a list of the most noteworthy ones for you to enjoy. Scroll down further and click on.
Silicon Valley (season 4)
Release date: April 23 2017 (United States)
Synopsis: Richard and the Pied Piper gang is back once again, but it seems there's quite a bit of trouble in paradise. The company's founder decides to split from the rest of the group to pursue a new venture, with things taking a turn towards the illegal.
Best bit: Jared's epic beatboxing at 0:32.
Game of Thrones (season 7 Long Walk promo)
Release date: 16 July 2017 (United States)
Synopsis: As Game of Thrones enters its penultimate season, the fate of Westeros will be reaching its conclusion. The latest promo for the upcoming series recently debuted and features Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister, as they each look to their respective roles as rulers.
Best bit: Hearing James' Sit Down playing in the background.
Release date: 14 July 2017 (United States)
Synopsis: The ongoing war between humanity and the intelligent ape population appears to be reaching critical mass, as both factions can only see one outcome. With Caesar (Andy Serkis) doing everything in his power to save his fellow ape, it's gonna be hard not to pull for humanity's destruction on this one.
Best bit: Caesar chanting as chaos ensues.
Release date: 26 May 2017 (United States)
Synopsis: A parody of the American military's involvement in Afghanistan, that also bears a striking resemblance of what actually happened there, it's hard to tell if War Machine is a dramatic satire or dark comedy. Featuring Brad Pitt in the lead role, putting his Inglorious Basterds accent to use, and sporting a white crop of hair, this could be a very interesting viewing experience.
Best bit: Pitt's mixed reception at 0:35.
Release date: 20 July 2017
Synopsis: Based on the graphic novel by Pierre Christin, Valerian (Dane DeHaan, The Amazing Spider-Man 2) is the protagonist in this Luc Besson piece. Joined by Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad), the pair are agents tasked with essentially saving the world of Alpha which houses knowledge from across the universe.
Best bit: The spectacular CGI visuals throughout.
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