Hope you aren’t already overwhelmed from Comic-Con. The huge convention isn’t even halfway through, and we’ve already gotten looks at some of the most exciting movies and TV shows coming up over the next year. And while Comic-Con may be the epicenter of entertainment this week, there have been a good number of movie trailers coming out around it too. Below is five of our favorite new trailers and three that you’ll want to watch if you missed them earlier.
Crime’s a lot easier to solve when you deal with it before it ever happens. Predestination has Ethan Hawke and Noah Taylor (of Game of Thrones) traveling through time to fight some seriously mysterious crime. It’s coming to Australia next month, but additional premiere dates haven’t been announced.
Dear White People
The first full trailer for Dear White People makes it perfectly clear why everyone whose seen this film has been raving about it: it’s smart, sharp, and seriously hilarious. It’ll be in theaters October 17th.
Honeymoon may start out like the gorgeous and serene trip that it’s supposed to be, but things start to change fast. Something happens to the newlywed wife, and way out in the woods, things get pretty strange. It’ll be released September 12th.
Desperate for a job, the star of Nightcrawler makes his way into the terrifying world of crime journalism in LA, where he chases cop cars to be the first on the scene of the latest tragedy. At first it’s the portrait of a driven man, but that's only until the job starts getting to him. It’ll be out in theaters October 17th.
Out of Print
It’s no secret that film is dying in favor of digital, but some movie theaters are trying to stand up for the classic format. The documentary Out of Print looks at just what’s happening and asks a few film lovers who you may recognize — including Kevin Smith, Rian Johnson, and Patton Oswalt — to chime in.
Aside from being a totally gorgeous sci-fi set out in the desert, Young Ones just happens to feature a replica of Google’s creepy BigDog robot. You can read more about the movie in our report from its debut at Sundance, and you’ll be able to see it in theaters on October 17th.
The Imitation Game
Computer-science pioneer Alan Turing’s work as a World War II codebreaker is the subject of The Imitation Game, which will head to theaters on November 21st. The film doesn’t just touch on Turing’s work, but on his personal life too, including his struggle as a gay man in England at a time when homosexual acts were illegal.
When Marnie Was There
Hayao Miyazaki may have retired, but his animation studio is still turing out some absolutely beautiful new work. Its next film comes from the director of The Secret World of Arrietty and is an adaptation of a children’s novel about a girl becoming friends with someone a bit more ethereal than herself. The trailer is only in Japanese for now, but you can bet that it’ll be translated soon enough.