The Week in Movie Trailers: ‘The Grudge’ Reboot, ‘Knives Out,’ ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ and More

The Week in Movie Trailers: ‘The Grudge’ Reboot, ‘Knives Out,’ ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ and More


The Grudge won’t let you go: Screen Gems released the first trailer for the next incarnation of The Grudge, based on the Japanese horror classic Ju-on. Watch the twisted and terrifying new spot, which features John Cho and Andrea Riseborough below and see the movie in theaters on January 3, 2020.


Knives Out promises a fun time at the movies: Fandango shared an exclusive new trailer for Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, the star-studded ensemble mystery movie that’s receiving rave reviews. Check out all the fun below and see the festival favorite in theaters on November 27.


21 Bridges looks like a thrill ride: Fandango also revealed the final trailer for 21 Bridges, the new action movie from the Russo Brothers and starring Marvel’s Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman. Get a thrill from the new spot below and head to see this on the big screen on November 22.


Jumanji: The Next Level teases new environments: Sony released the final trailer for the next Jumanji movie, which takes its players beyond the jungle. Watch the latest desert-focused spot for Jumanji: The Next Level below and catch the sequel in theaters on December 13.


Midnight Family spotlights Mexico’s healthcare system: From Movieclips Indie comes the first trailer for Midnight Family, a stunning documentary that premiered at Sundance this year. Watch the spot for this look at a family-run ambulance in Mexico City below and find the movie in limited release on December 6.



Terminator: Dark Fate brings the action: New Terminator Gabriel Luna pursues his target in an early chase sequence from Terminator: Dark Fate, which is now in theaters. Watch Mackenzie Davis as an augmented human from the future protecting Natalia Reyes in this action-packed clip:


Harriet proves an American icon’s strength: Cynthia Erivo stars as Harriet Tubman in a new biopic about the African-American icon. In this clip from Harriet, the actress shows award-worthy talent while stressing that the titular historical figure can do anything necessary of her to help free slaves:



The Terminator starts a franchise: With Terminator: Dark Fate retconning much of the Terminator franchise, we’re obviously looking back at the two installments that still matter in the canon. Here’s the original trailer for James Cameron’s The Terminator, which hit U.S. theaters on October 26, 1984:


Terminator 2: Judgment Day brings it all back: The first Terminator sequel again featured Arnold Schwarzenegger, this time as a good guy, plus Cameron as director and Linda Hamilton as the true lead. Watch the original trailer for T2, which opened in the U.S. on July 3, 1991:




Looking back at the stars of The Irishman: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman hits theaters this weekend ahead of its Netflix debut. The movie re-teams the director with a number of actors he’s worked with in the past while also reuniting those actors with each other. So, here are some NSFW classic scenes featuring their greatest previous pairings:


Mean Streets: Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel in their first collaboration in Scorsese’s first gangster picture, which opened in the U.S. on October 14, 1973.



Taxi Driver: Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel were first reunited in Scorsese’s most famous movie of the 1970s, released in the U.S. on February 9, 1976. Spoiler alert on this one:



Raging Bull: Robert De Niro first acted opposite Joe Pesci in this boxing biopic, also directed by Scorsese, which debuted in U.S. theaters on November 14, 1980.



Casino: Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci worked together in many more movies, including Scorsese’s gangster movie Casino, which hit U.S. theaters on November 22, 1995.




A look at the spectacle of Midway: Roland Emmerich’s upcoming World War II epic Midway, opening November 8, depicts the events of the titular battle as an action spectacle. This new featurette presents footage from the historical movie plus behind-the-scenes commentary from the cast:

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