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WATCH NOW: New Movie Trailers

Hey there, Hollywooders! Are you looking for the latest on new movie trailers for Hollywood’s biggest upcoming releases? Well, we’ve got you covered. So sit back, relax, and get excited about some of our favorite movies coming to theaters and streaming services later this year.


Can’t wait? Check out all of the newest movies that came out this weekend.

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Twisters — New Movie Trailers

Return to Tornado Alley with storm chaser’s Tyler Owens (Glen Powell) and Kate Powell (Daisy Edgar-Jones) in this summer’s Blockbuster update to the 1996 hit Twister. As with its predecessor, Twisters follows two storm chasers as they struggle to get an experimental weather alert system up and running before it’s too late. Twisters also stars Glen Powell, Katy O’Brian, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Maura Tierney, David Corenswet, Kiernan Shipka, Daryl McCormack, Anthony Ramos, Sasha Lane, Brandon Perea, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Nik Dodani.

You can “Ride it Out” when Twisters destroys the box office exclusively in theaters starting on Jul 19, 2024.

The Dead Don’t Hurt

Prepare for the adventure of your life when two of America’s greatest Eras combine in one movie. Watch as two frontiersmen go up against each other in an effort to survive the Civil War at all costs, while defending their way of life in the American Frontier. Viggo Mortensen writes, directs, and stars in this powerful western drama. The Dead Don’t Hurt also stars Vicky Krieps, Solly McLeod, Garret Dillahunt, W. Earl Brown, Danny Huston, Shane Graham, Rafel Plana, Alex Breaux, Jason Clarke, Arturo Coronado, and Marc Dennis.

Watch as The Dead Don’t Hurt fights for life and limb when it lands exclusively in theaters starting on May 31, 2024.

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MaXXXine — New Movie Trailers

The time, 1980s when everyone wanted to become famous and was willing to do whatever they had to break into the showbiz lifestyle, and aspiring actress Maxine Minx (Mia Goth) is no different. However, for Maxine, a woman with a rather dark and sinister past, her choice to pursue traditional acting roles came after an already established life in the adult film industry. Will her life ambition come to fruition, or will a mysterious stalker/murderer ruin her plans before she gets her shot? MaXXXine also stars Elizabeth Debicki, Moses Sumney, Michelle Monaghan, Bobby Cannavale, Lily Collins, Halsey, Giancarlo Esposito, Kevin Bacon, Uli Latukefu, Chloe Farnworth, and Ned Vaughn.

Watch as MaXXXine stalks its way exclusively into theaters starting on Jul 5, 2024.


Father and daughter bonding time is one of the most important times in a young girl’s life. So, when a father (Josh Hartnett) decides to take his daughter to see one of her favorite pop stars in concert, it seems like times couldn’t be better. Unfortunately, things aren’t always as good as they seem. The duo sudden;y find themselves thrust into the center of a dark and sinister event unlike anything they’ve seen before. Trap also stars Hayley Mills, Marnie McPhail, Vanessa Smythe, Saleka Shyamalan, Ariel Donoghue, Malik Jubal, Jonathan Langdon, Peter D’Souza, Ty Pravong, Kaitlyn Dallan, and Cali Lorella.

Can you escape when Trap lands exclusively into theaters on Aug 9, 2024.

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Harold and the Purple Crayon — New Movie Trailers

Inside of a book one can find themselves in a world of intrigue, mystery, and heart pounding adventures. But what is like for the characters in the book? What do they think about on a daily basis? For Harold (Zachary Levi) he wants nothing more than to escape the pages and live a life outside in the real world. However, life isn’t always sunshine and rainbows, as Harold quickly learns. Now, he must struggle to discover what it means to be alive and how to live life in the real world. Harold and the Purple Crayon also stars Lil Rel Howery, Benjamin Bottani, Zooey Deschanel, Jemaine Clement, Alfred Molina, Camille Guaty, Tanya Reynolds, Ravi Patel, Hillary Harley, Pete Gardner, and Danny Vinson.

Follow along as Harold and the Purple Crayon colors its way from the pages of a book and straight  into theaters starting on Aug 2, 2024.

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