The Kissing Booth is back open for business! After having spent the summer with bad-boy Noah (Jacob Elordi) , everything seems perfect – until Noah leaves for Harvard. Now left in a long-distance relationship and with looming college applications, Ellie’s world is rocked when new kid on the block Marco overheads Ellie calling him “a snack”, With more drama, romance and heartache on the horizon this teen flick is about to give us the perfect dosage of summer love.
From Jennifer Hudson’s portrayal of Aretha Franklin to Zac Efron’s Down To Earth: check out all the new trailers.
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Down to Earth With Zac Efron
It’s time to get educated with Zac Efron’s new Down To Earth. Focusing on finding solutions to the climate crisis, the actor sets out to travel the world with wellness expert Darin Olien to learn about sustainability and the ongoing climate issues. Efron has been passionate and outspoken about environmental issues in the past, as earlier this year he hosted the Discovery Channel’s Greet Global Cleanup – focusing on young activists and how they are helping to clean up the planet. The trailer sees Efron travel to The Blue Lagoon in Iceland to eating organic dung smoked pasta. The series aims to rethink how we consume everything and how we can take action into creating a sustainable future.
Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin? We’re already obsessed. Based on the Queen of Soul’s life, the film will follow the star’s career from a child singing in her father’s church choir to her international superstardom. The remarkable true story documents the music icon’s journey as she finds her voice. Starring The Butler’s Forest Whitaker and singer Mary J. Blige, the film is set for release January 2021.
The Old Guard
Based on the comic book of the same name, Charlize Theron and If Beale Street Could Talk actress Kiki Layne star as centuries-old mercenaries in this is action-packed film. Following a covert group of mercenaries with mysterious abilities, Andy (Charlize Theron) is left to train the newest soldier Nile (Kiki Layne) to help eliminate a threat who seeks to replicate and monetise their power. Directed by Gina Prine Bythewood, the gritty action-packed story is set the land on Netflix July 10.
The King’s Men
Following the success of The Kingsman: The Secret Service, we are finally able to discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency. Directed and written by Matthew Vaughn, the prequel is set around World War One as we see a collection of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to wipe out millions. The film starring Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Stanley Tucci and Aaron Taylor-Johnson is set for release this September – mark your calendars.