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New trailers: Black Panther, Altered Carbon, Hellraiser and more

New trailers: Black Panther, Altered Carbon, Hellraiser and more

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Is everyone in your life talking about I, Tonya, or just me? I saw it last weekend, and I thought there was too much focus on the bumbling idiots and not enough skating. Also, as many other people have mentioned, it felt like the writer was trying really hard to get laughs at moments that weren’t really that funny.

Lucky for me, no one tries to be funny in the trailers below, unless you think baby pandas rolling around in the grass is funny.

Check out seven trailers from the week.

Hellraiser: Judgement

This is the tenth Hellraiser movie, can you even believe it? Pinhead seems really into torture in this installment, and he’s also apparently a serial killer. It’s out on DVD and digital platforms on February 13th.

Grand Prix Driver

This Amazon documentary about the McLaren Formula 1 racing team is narrated by Michael Douglas. The four-part series follows the drivers, engineers, and big bosses as the team tries to break a losing streak in the 2017 season. It premieres February 9th on Amazon Prime Video.


This is another documentary trailer, but it’s about pandas. That’s really it. It’s an IMAX movie about baby pandas. I’m sure a bunch of people will go see it. It’s out April 6th.

Altered Carbon

Netflix’s Altered Carbon, based on the novel by Richard K. Morgan, is about a soldier named Takeshi Kovacs, who is resurrected after 250 years, to solve the murder of a rich man. It lands on Netflix February 3rd.


Tully is directed by Jason Reitman and written by Diablo Cody, which might sound good to you if you liked the movie Juno. It stars Charlize Theron as a stressed-out mother of several young children, and Mackenzie Davis as a nanny named Tully. Mark Duplass and Ron Livingston also show up at some point, although Duplass isn’t in the trailer. The movie’s out April 20th.

Black Panther

Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther isn’t out until February 16th, but it’s already hugely popular. The newest trailer introduces villain Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis) who’s seeking revenge against T’Challa and Wakanda. It also features a new song from Vince Staples and Kendrick Lamar, who produced the Black Panther soundtrack.

Red Sparrow

Red Sparrow, based on a novel of the same name by Jason Matthews, stars Jennifer Lawrence as a Russian ballerina named Dominika Egorova. Egorova is a “sparrow” who manipulates and kills enemies of the state, but she falls in love with one of the traitors she’s meant to take out. It’s in theaters March 2nd.