Winter came and went, but now it’s April and we’re waiting with baited breath for the start of the final, and what’s looking to be the most epic, season of Game of Thrones. From the trailer, we see Arya frantically fleeing (from what?), mad queen Cersei tearily smirking (because of what?), Sansa seeing the dragons for the first time, and Brienne of Tarth facing the White Walkers for what looks like a savage face-off. Everything will become clear on the 14th April. It’s t-minus 2 weeks, people.
All the films and TV trailers to watch right now.
Game of Thrones
The Perfect Date
Last summer, Noah Centineo became the internet’s boyfriend after playing love interest Peter Kavinsky in Netflix’s hit romcom To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. And now he’s fast cementing his permanent status as high school heartthrob – this time in new Netflix hit, The Perfect Date. Opposite Riverdale’s Camilla Mendes, Centineo plays a student who saves up for college by creating an dating app where he earns money as a stand-in boyfriend.
The Last Black Man In San Francisco
For a complete and utter visual sucker punch, A24’s upcoming heartfelt drama follows a man who dreams of rebuilding his family home in his beloved, but swiftly gentrifying hometown. Lush slow-motion scenes, a beautiful score, and emotional portrayals of male friendship fill the impressive Kickstarter-funded film.
Stranger Things: Season 3
Set in the fictional town of Hawkins, a couple of years ago, Netflix’s 80s-fabulous series Stranger Things became a rabid internet phenomenon. We were instantly obsessed with the retro style, adorable pre-teen gang, Winona Ryder as mum of the year, the creepy Upside Down dimension and let’s not forget, #JusticeForBarb. The trailer has now dropped for the third season, and although we’ll be waiting for a while for it to air (expect it on Netflix on the 4th July), the trailer is a hair-raising and hilarious snapshot into what we can expect.
Lucy In the Sky
No, we’re not talking about the Beatles’ song. Natalie Portman’s forthcoming lead role sees her as an astronaut who begins to lose touch of reality after experiencing a life-changing space mission. Based on the true story of American astronaut Lisa Nowak, Portman stars opposite Jon Hamm, Dan Stevens and Atlanta’s Zazie Beetz in this trippy drama.