New Trailers: The Stand, A Teacher, The Watch, The West Wing, and more

I do know I’m very late to the get together (by like 5 years) however simply began watching Grace and Frankie on Netflix and can I simply say how fantastic it’s to see wonderful actresses like Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on the peak of their powers? Goals, I inform you.

Lots of recent trailers this week, together with one I’m extraordinarily excited for: The new sequence based mostly on Stephen King’s 1978 e-book The Stand, a couple of lethal pandemic that forces survivors to decide on between good and evil factions. Hey, how’s that for newly related?! One of the characters within the trailer even remarks about somebody who will “keep us safe in these uncertain times,” so.

The Stand

The Stand stays certainly one of King’s finest novels, an enormous tome with more than 100 characters and intertwining plots. It was the topic of a 1994 miniseries (which King additionally wrote) on ABC that acquired a bunch of Emmy nods. I did like Gary Sinise as Stu Redman within the 1994 model however actually wanting ahead to seeing what James Marsden does with the lead position. King will reportedly write the ninth and remaining episode of the sequence, with a brand new coda. The solid additionally boasts Whoopi Goldberg as saintly Mother Abagail and Alexander Skarsgård as villainous Randall Flagg. The Stand involves CBS All Access (or no matter they’re calling it) on December seventeenth.

The Watch

Fans of the late Terry Pratchett have been ready for this one for nearly a decade, and it seems to be like The Watch is lastly going to debut early subsequent yr. Based on the Ankh-Morpork City Watch police pressure from Pratchett’s Discworld sequence, The Watch stars Richard Dormer as Vimes and Lara Rossi as Lady Sybil Ramkin. It hits BBC America in January 2021.

A Teacher

Kate Mara stars as a trainer who begins an unlawful relationship along with her scholar. A signal that the filmmakers are dealing with the subject utilizing an applicable 2020 lens (and not simply making a titillating fantasy): there’s an accompanying PSA produced in partnership with the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN). A Teacher hits FX on Hulu (can we get much less complicated names on your streaming output please, leisure business) on November tenth.

The West Wing Special

Members of the unique solid of the long-running NBC sequence reunited on stage to recreate the 2002 episode “Hartsfield’s Landing.” I’ve to say, I beloved this present throughout its first run and it was so comforting to listen to the hovering theme music and see Toby, Sam, Josh, and CJ once more. The efficiency is supposed to lift consciousness for nonpartisan voter participation group When We All Vote, and contains Martin Sheen as President Bartlet, Richard Schiff as Toby Zeigler, Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman, Allison Janney as CJ Cregg, and Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn, together with a lot of the remainder of the unique solid. President Obama, Michelle Obama, President Clinton, and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among the many “special guests” listed to seem. A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote debuts on HBO Max October fifteenth.


Robert Kirkman’s comedian e-book sequence about an adolescent who discovers his superpowers has an all-star solid that features Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson, J.Ok. Simmons as his dad, Omni-Man, in addition to Mark Hamill, Sandra Oh, and Seth Rogen. Be suggested that Kirkman guarantees the sequence will embody the gory violence of the comics, plus “a little bit of spice.” Invincible will debut on Amazon Prime Video in 2021.


Here’s a bonus trailer (with no obvious launch date for the film) that half my Twitter feed was puzzling over final week. Is it a darkish comedy? Is it satire? Is it some type of allegory? Or is it only a actually dangerous concept for a film? Wait for that second if you understand who Fatman is meant to be. I received’t spoil, simply watch.

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *