Super Bowl roundup: Here are all the genre trailers from the Big Game
Another Super Bowl has come and gone and with it, the regular slew of teasers and trailers for some of the biggest movies and TV shows arriving over the next few months. From dinosaurs to superheroes to deadly Russian spies, the world of genre is going to visit some very exciting places in the very near future. Without further ado, here in one convenient place are all the genre teasers that aired during the game:
Is there a dinosaur more terrifying than the Indominus Rex? This trailer answers that with a long-clawed “YES!!!”
It’s like Die Hard meets The Towering Inferno. You heard us right. The full trailer airs tonight on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
A Quiet Place:
This movie is entirely devoid of dialogue and marks the debut of Office star John Krasinksi.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout:
Ethan Hunt and company are back for another impossible mission that brings back nearly every single face from the last few movies.
Jennifer Lawrence plays a deadly Russian spy trained to use her body to achieve the goals for the Motherland. Dasvidanya, Ms. Everdeen.
The Cloverfield Paradox:
In an unprecedented move, the entire movie will drop on Netflix as soon as the game is over. No waiting months to unlock the mystery of the third Cloverfield movie.
A tie-in ad to the MCU’s upcoming film promotes a car fit for a king.
Avengers: Infinity War:
It’s almost too beautiful for words! Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Infinity War is an effort 10 years in the making.
This show from producer J.J. Abrams takes place in a shared Stephen King universe. There’s nothing we don’t love about those four words.
Westworld Season 2:
You’ll be doing the opposite of ceasing all moto function after watching this ad!
Time travel. Superman. C’mon, what else do you need?
Solo: A Star Wars Story:
Many of us were doubtful that this spinoff would get a spot at the game or even make its Memorial Day release, but Ron Howard & Co. delivered. Oh boy, did they deliver. A full trailer is airing tomorrow during Good Morning America.