WATCH All the trailers released this week

It’s been a huge week for trailers, with film studios churning out plenty over the last seven days.

With the summer movie season approaching, the studios are keen to get their trailers out there, building hype for their releases.

So, here at Fantastic Fools, we thought we’ve give a quick run-down of all the week’s trailers.

Bumblebee

With Michael Bay replaced by Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight, things are looking up for the Transformers. The new direction looks solid and the cast, including Hailee Steinfeld and John Cena, is also looking good. Could now be the time we finally get a truly great Transformers movie?

The Lego Movie 2

The first Lego movie was a massive surprise. Nobody expected the film to be any good, and yet the film was a runaway success. The second film looks set to up the stakes with a new villain. The trailer offers a look at all the returning cast, including Chris Pratt’s Emmett.

Mortal Engines

This adaptation is being produced by Peter Jackson. The trailer promises a very odd film, with cities on wheels and all sorts of crazy action. It remains to be seen whether or not the film will able to successfully meet the potential of its premise

Halloween

Jaime Lee Curtis makes her long-awaited return to the Halloween franchise with this upcoming reboot. The trailer promises some solid scares, wouldn’t expect anything else from this series.

First Man

Damian Chazelle Re-unites with Ryan Gosling for this Neil Armstrong biopic. With Chazelle’s previous films being huge critical successes, the hype is building for this sure-fire awards contender.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

A stunning trailer that has many hyped for this unique project. The visuals and art style look incredible, and it looks like a superhero film unlike anything that we’ve ever seen before

More: Spider-Verse Trailer: This is what happens when you can’t stop printing money

Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet

Wreck-It Ralph is a fantastic film, and many are hoping that the sequel will live up to its predecessor. The trailer has plenty excited but also has plenty concerned. There are a few worries that the film is looking very similar to The Emoji Movie in concept.


It’s been a huge week, and these trailers represent a spectacular few months coming up in the cinemas. What’s your favourite of these trailers?

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