Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This Week

first_img TGIF. While you’re planning for the long weekend ahead, we’ve rounded up the top movie and TV trailers that you might have missed during the week.Stranger Things Season 3 is weeks away, while Amazon Prime’s The Boys turns the “good superhero” concept upside down in a dark new series. From the bone-chilling AMC series The Terror to Blue Fox Entertainment’s R-rated crime thriller Killerman, here are the top movies and TV shows to keep on your radar.Ready or NotA bride has to win a deadly family game before her wedding day in Ready or Not, a dark comedy starring Adam Brody, Melanie Scrofano, Mark O’Brien, and Samara Weaving, which hits theaters on Aug. 23.The BoysCIA agents are tasked to fight the evil superheroes (also known as ‘The Seven’) in the new Amazon Prime series The Boys, which premieres on Amazon Prime Video on July 26.GLOWGLOW, Netflix’s ’80s glam wrestling series, is returning for Season 3 on Aug. 9. This time, the ladies are hitting up Las Vegas to compete and the adventure gets superheated.KillermanLiam Hemsworth plays a baddie on the run in Killerman, a crime thriller where his character wakes up after an accident and can’t recall past memories. Killerman debuts in theaters on Aug. 30.The Angry Birds Movie 2The cute birdie squad is back for The Angry Birds Movie 2.  Red and the rest of the gang, voiced by Jason Sudeikis, Leslie Jones, Awkawafina, and other noteworthy actors, return to the big screen on Aug. 14.The Terror: InfamyThe Terror, a creepy AMC series that explores unexplainable events in history, has a second season in the works. This time, Japanese Americans during World War II find that they are dealing with a shape-shifting paranormal force on U.S. soil. This eerie show returns to AMC on Aug. 12.Stranger ThingsHawkins, Indiana is in for a terrifying summer in Stranger Things Season 3, which premieres on Netflix July 4. The final trailer teases a new “host” and a possibly bigger Demogorgon that’s threatening Mike, Eleven, and the rest of their crew.MidsommarThe summer solstice is officially here, which means it’s almost time for Midsommar, a creepy movie where a group of young adults heads to Sweden for a weird warm weather festival that comes with plenty of dances, drinks, rituals, and sacrifices. Midsommar hits theaters on July 3.More on‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Final Trailer Is a Horrifying Summer Adventure ‘The Boys’ Amazon Series Trailer: CIA Agents Take on Evil SuperheroesMark Hamill Might Be Coming Back for ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Stay on target Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This WeekWatch These Movies Before ‘Hustlers’ last_img