Matthew Vaughn returns to direct the sequel to the high-octane British spy film starring Taron Egerton and Colin Firth, featuring a lot of well-known new comers.
The first trailer for ‘Looper’ director’s Star Wars instalment provides a sample of the spectacle and scale you’d expect, with a brief glimpse of Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Adam Driver and Carrie Fisher in her final performance as the famed Princess Leia.
Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson gets his kit off in a telephone box as he struggles to get changed into his Deadpool costume in a spoof of the classic Superman movies.
There is more of Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller in the new trailer for James Gray’s story of British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) who, in 1925, disappeared with his son Jack (Tom Holland) in the Amazon while looking for an ancient fabled civilisation, which looks to be a tense action thriller in addition to being a historical biographical adventure.
The epic drama stars Hera Hilmar as Lillie, a strong-willed American woman who sets off to the Ottoman Empire with doctor Jude (Hartnett), but falls for her perceived enemy – a Turkish soldier (Huisman).
The new trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders’ live action film adaptation of the popular Japanese manga series offers a more detailed look at the surreal imagery and a veiled glimpse at Michael Pitt as the mysterious robotic Kuze.
The action packed psychological thriller also stars Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette, John Malkovich and Michael Douglas.
In this coming of age romantic drama Skarsgård plays Henry, a reclusive painter who suffers from a rare skin disease which means he must avoid sunlight. He lives his life in isolation in a small Southern American town, until a mysterious girl shows up.
The Polish-language adults only musical is about two murderous mermaid sisters, one who falls in love with a handsome guitarist, and the other who develops a taste for human flesh.
The final trailer for Disney’s live action reworking of the classic fairytale showcases a lot of the action that hasn’t yet been seen in previous trailers and debuts Ariana Grande and John Legend’s rendition of the iconic theme song.