Here are 6 trailers from anticipated movies coming out this September, October and November. Make sure you keep an eye out for these ones!
Stephen King's IT to Haunt Us Once Again!
I know I actually told you just now to keep an eye out for the films but maybe not this next one, as I would advise you to watch it with your hands on your eyes!
Stephen King's IT, the 1986 novel about a terrifying clown called Pennywise haunting children was first adapted to the screen as a miniseries in 1990. It is now being remade into a film, directed by Andy Muschietti and starring talented young actor Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise. The trailer built my expectation greatly and I've never been this excited to watch a horror film before. See for yourselves this September. Not recommended to those who have Coulrophobia (fear of clowns).
James Franco is Remaking the Worst Film in History
I have never seen The Room, supposedly it is the worst film ever made. However, the fact that the remake brought Hollywood bffs James Franco and Seth Rogan together is enough for me to want to watch this ridiculous looking film which apparently has a cult following. "So bad it's good" is what these people say to describe the film. Here's the trailer for The Disaster Artist with its all-star cast:
Another Biopic this year: Rebel in the Rye depicts American Author J.D. Salinger's Life
Ever since phenomenal UK teen drama series Skins, I've been a fan of actor Nicholas Hoult. So, I don't have hesitations of him playing Catcher in the Rye writer J.D. Salinger. However, after watching the trailer, but I am a little worried about how they will capture such a discreet man's life.
Adapted by Jordan Harrison's play, Marjorie Prime will highlight emotional dependance on technology like Her has
The film tells the story of 86 year-old Marjorie, played by Lois Smith, who's memories are slowly fading away. However, a hologram that appears as the younger version of her husband, played by Jon Hamm, is there to tell her their story again.
A Dark Comedy and Crime Set in the Suburbs: Suburbicon
Directed by George Clooney, written by Coen Brothers and starring Matt Damon, Oscar Isaac, and Julienne Moore, Suburbicon definitely looks interesting and is one to watch this October.
Wonder Woman Creator Professor Marston's Wonder Women
I know, that's a difficult title to read. A comic book writer and Psychology professor at Harvard, William Moulton Marston created the legendary comic book character Wonder Woman in 1941. Professor Marston & the Wonder Women tells the story of the women in Marston's life who influenced it, with whom he had a polyamorous relationship.
Discover more on this unconventional story on this article and here's the trailer:
More trailers here.