The best weeks for trailers are the ones when there's a ton of variety, and this week is definitely among them. There are great-looking films big and small, loud and quiet, with subjects and stories new and old. Point being: there's plenty to check out. You can see this week's 13 best below.
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
The new Mission: Impossible trailer is just Mission: Impossible doing what it does best. There are gadgets, stunts, wild break-ins, wild escapes, and lots and lots of spy talk and attitude. It'll be in theaters July 31st.
The Good Dinosaur
Inside Out doesn't hit theaters until later this month, but Pixar is already starting to tease the film it's releasing after that. The first teaser for The Good Dinosaur makes the movie look as beautiful as any Pixar film before it. I'll be honest: the sizzle reel at the end covered with soaring, emotional music feels a touch Dreamworksy, but it's probably not reasonable to judge off of 10 seconds in a teaser. It'll be out November 25th.
I Am Cait
Following her appearance on the cover of Vanity Fair, Caitlyn Jenner will be the focus of an E! documentary series about her life after publicly identifying as a woman. It looks incredibly sweet and honest, and you have to imagine that a lot of people are going to want to watch this. It begins July 26th.
Several years ago, you may have seen the phenomenal documentary Man on Wire, which tells the story of a man who broke into the World Trade Center so that he could string a wire between its two towers and then walk back and forth between them. It's a stunning film and a stunning story, and now it's being dramatized by director Robert Zemeckis (who made Forrest Gump) and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (who's awesome). There's so much in this that makes for a great story — it's an inspirational heist, after all — but this film may push it a bit far. Plus, what's up with JGL's accent? It's in theaters October 2nd.
The Vacation reboot is trying to please a wide audience, and there's an equally wide range of humor in its latest trailer. That's both good and bad — there's some stuff in here that's not so entertaining, and there's some stuff in here that's surprisingly enjoyable. There are bound to be at least a few parts of this that everyone could like. It opens July 29th.
Suffragette follows a group of women in early 20th-century Britain as they fight for the right to vote. It's a powerful subject, and it looks like it has the tone and cast to pull it off. Meryl Streep and Helena Bonham Carter have roles, and the incredible Carey Mulligan stars — basically, this should be great to watch. It opens October 23rd.
Film nerds and Shakespeare nerds alike are going to love this. Michael Fassbender plays Macbeth and Marion Cotillard plays Lady Macbeth in this gorgeous adaptation of Macbeth. What more is there to say? It'll be out this fall.
Crazy! Who would have thought to pair Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach together? But seriously, this movie looks like it'll be absolutely wonderful for certain people. You know who you are. I do. It opens in a small number of theaters on August 14th.
Larry Kramer in Love & Anger
Another one of our favorite documentaries at Sundance is heading to HBO. Larry Kramer in Love & Anger is supposed to be a compelling look at a major figure in the history of LGBTQ rights, and this first trailer touches on just how wide of an impact he had. It'll air June 29th.
This movie seems pretty straightforward… it's part disaster, part adventure, and all inspirational, just a bunch of people trying their best to get up and down Everest alive. The real story here is the cast: Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Robin Wright, Michael Kelly, Sam Worthington, Keira Knightley, Emily Watson, and Jake Gyllenhaal. I don't know how you get that many great actors in one movie. It's out September 18th.
Black Coal, Thin Ice
I love the tone and style of this crime drama, which is finally opening in the UK after premiering (and taking in a big award) last year. It's a pretty standard setup — two former cops get pulled back to the job to solve a case that got away — but where it goes from there doesn't seem to be what most films would do. It opens in the UK on June 5th. There's not yet a US release date.
One of our favorite films from Sundance is heading to Netflix, and there's finally a good trailer to see what it's all about. If you want to know more, read our full thoughts from Sundance. It's out June 23rd.
7 Days in Hell
How does this exist? Andy Samberg and Kit Harington star in this tennis mockumentary for HBO, and it's at least as ridiculous as you'd expect. It's out July 11th.