We’re entering into another week and since the world has gone into hybernation due to the Coronavirus, everything now takes place over the internet which is one of the best place to catch more fun from the self-isolation and distancing measures which had torn down families and loved ones apart from one another.
But thankfully, with really interesting movies coming on this year, the year can still be fun rather than boring and scary. There have been numerous trailers of games about the upcoming XBox Series X which were released by Microsoft to commemorate the launching of the console and these ones are also to entertain to the fullest.
Below are those interesting 9 movie trailers you should watch this week to clear yourself off the mood of boredom and loneliness.
While The Office is long gone, Steve Carell is back with another sitcom, Space Force which is a complete comedic show whereby Carell reprise the role of the boss again and his role is far different from Michael Scott. The show will debut on May 29th so expect some really cool laughing time while sitting and watching this.
THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND
Nothing much can be said about this other than being a new Judd Apatow comedy. Universal’s trailer for the film paints it as weirdly uplifting… which I have to imagine is not the primary tone of the movie? It heads on demand on June 12th.
If you’re a fan of Michelle Obama, then you might find this one interesting even though The NY Times had called the documentary as being less revealing as the book itself but if you don’t mid, then keep on as the documentary hits Netflix earlier this week.
I’LL BE GONE IN THE DARK
HBO has a documentary adaptation of Michelle McNamara’s investigation into the Golden State Killer, and like the book, it seems to pull in McNamara’s obsession around finding the culprit in a big way. The documentary comes to HBO on June 28th.
HAVE A GOOD TRIP
This is a comedic film which will be released on Netflix by May 11th and features everything entertaining especially if you’re high and can laugh out loud to dumb stuffs especially if you don’t mind your favorite popular person telling it.
THE BIG FLOWER FIGHT
It’s The Great British Bake Off, but with flowers — and that seems like a pretty good recipe. The show debuts May 18th.
The film comes from Josephine Decker, the director behind Madeline’s Madeline, and it looks similarly dreamy to her previous work. The film comes out June 5th.
This might just be some weird trailer which seems like a neo-noir gangster vampire movie about a hitman hunting a jazz musician unless the made-up plot isn’t correct but anyays, it will be released by June 5th.