New Trailers: Army of the Dead, The Underground Railroad, Resident Evil, and more

I completed This is a Robbery, and I received’t spoil the ending however in the event you’re considering there might be an enormous reveal at the finish, properly, you is likely to be dissatisfied. What I discovered attention-grabbing all through the four-part sequence was how the storyline relied on the voices of newspaper reporters who’ve lined the heist —and its aftermath —over the years. Considering the filmmakers are Colin and Nick Barnicle, sons of longtime Boston Globe columnist and present MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle, it is smart they’d heart journalists in the story. Go watch it, Boston seems completely stunning and the Boston accents are more genuine than the rest you’ll watch this yr. Plus, in the event you can determine the central thriller of the sequence there’s a $10 million reward in it for you.

Here are this week’s trailers (that are heavier on the zombie content material than regular):

Army of the Dead

We received a teaser a pair of months in the past however that is the first official full-length trailer for Zack Snyder’s big-budget heist flick. A bunch of mercenaries shoot their method into Las Vegas to get $200 million buried beneath the Sunset Strip earlier than the authorities nukes the total metropolis. Plot twist: Vegas has been overrun by zombies— not the shambling, senseless creepers from The Walking Dead, thoughts you; these zombies are organized and sensible. And quick, like the World War Z zombies. (Side notice: Kenny Rogers’ The Gambler is the good music for this trailer: “you got to know when to hold ‘em/Know when to fold ‘em/Know when to walk away/ Know when to run.”)

Dave Bautista performs the zombie struggle hero who leads the ragtag group into battle. Army of the Dead hits Netflix May twenty first.

The Underground Railroad

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colson Whitehead, The Underground Railroad is ready in the novel’s alternate historical past, making the railroad of the title an precise Nineteenth-century railroad that helps slaves escape the South. Thuso Mbedu performs Cora Randall, who’s fleeing a Georgia plantation and being pursued by a bounty hunter (Joel Edgerton). Directed by Barry Jenkins, all episodes of The Underground Railroad— a positive Emmy contender that appears hauntingly stunning— will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on May 14th.

Fast & Furious 9

This is one of many motion pictures delayed by the coronavirus pandemic (the final trailer was in January 2020 and the film was supposed to come back out final May) however is lastly again on the schedule with a brand new launch date. Many acquainted faces will return for F9, together with (of course) Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, John Cena and Helen Mirren. The newest installment in the Furious franchise hits theaters June twenty fifth.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Don’t you hate when zombies invade the White House and you must go in and save the day? This teaser trailer offers some more clues into Netflix’s new anime sequence set two years after the occasions of Resident Evil 4. While an earlier teaser confirmed Claire strolling round in what gave the impression to be a haunted home, this newest teaser reveals that she and Leon are in the White House for separate causes, and then: zombies. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness hits Netflix in July.

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