Is it just us that can’t believe it’s Monday already? Well, in a bid to distract you from this slightly sobering reality, we are back with another Screen Wonders. From the latest release born out of the haunting American Horror Story realm to Selena Gomez embroiled in a comedic murder mystery tale and a deeply moving true story regarding the events of 9/11, head below to enjoy the most exciting trailer drops from the week…
Modern-day murder mysteries, coming of age biopics and the latest from Ryan Murphy: the trailers for Only Murders in the Building, Colin in Black & White and AHS season 10 star in this week’s trailer round-up.
First up this week, is the internet-centric drama Clickbait. Opening up on an intense press announcement from a grief-stricken wife following the kidnapping of her husband, the trailer for Netflix’s latest mini-series promises pure chaos from the off-set. With character Nick Brewer being broadcasted to the world via a hostage livestream and a time limit put on his life, watch the police and those closest to him fall through investigations and unnerving revelations as disturbing allegations work to prove that nothing is as it seems and that everyone, including the victim himself, has something to hide. Starring Adrian Grenier and Betty Gabriel, the series is sure to have you on the edge of your seat upon its release on August 25th.
Only Murders in the Building
It has been a hot minute since we have enjoyed the scenes of Disney Channel sweetheart, Selena Gomez, on the big screen. Well, that is all about to change thanks to the release of the Only Murders in the Building trailer. Starring the pop sensation, alongside Steve Martin, Martin Short and Amy Ryan, Hulu’s latest film instalment promises mystery and intrigue as a band of hotel-bound guests are subject to an investigation following a homicide. Offering a healthy balance of comedic outbursts and intense murder-focused investigations, it is safe to say we can’t wait to watch Sel in action on August 31st when the film drops.
American Horror Story Season 10: Double FeaturePart 1: Red Tide
Ryan Murphy has been teasing the 10th instalment of American Horror Story for quite some time now, and, to the delight of fans everywhere, the director has finally dropped the official trailer for season 10’s Double Feature Part 1: Red Tide. Depicting a family hell-bent on perfection, a focus that promises to lead them to a gruelling demise, expect all of the gore and guts that are synonymous with the horror franchise. Oh, and of course, an appearance from a haunting array of mythical villains in true AHS style. Prepare for the fright of your life on August 25th, when the likes of Evan Peters and Macaulay Culkin grace our screens in Part 1 of the highly-anticipated series.
Next up is a star-studded film that promises to provide a new lens through which to view the tragedy that was 9/11. Based on true events, Worth follows the journey of an attorney who is tasked with deeming how much to compensate the families that suffered losses in the harrowing incident of 2001. Laced with trauma and tormented decision making, Michael Keaton, Stanley Tucci, Amy Ryan as set to put on a truly captivating display upon the drama’s release on September 3rd.
Colin in Black & White
Nothing beats a biopic, and what a biopic Colin in Black & White is shaping up to be. Co-created by Colin Kaepernick himself, Netflix is inviting watchers into the NFL quarterback’s coming of age tale that is riddled with a story of navigating race, class and culture as an adopted Black child in a white family. Narrated by the cultural icon and promising to school the world on activism and pure success, pen October 29th in your diary and brace yourself for a deeply educational look into the making of an inspiration.
Sweetheart is the indie film that wants to take you to a British Seaside Holiday Park for some coming-of-age comedy. Starring stars on the rise Nell Barlow and Ella-Rae Smith, a raw exploration of sexuality and friendship unfolds as watches can enjoy the scenes of teen angst and self-discovery in an irresistibly candid manner. Standing as a film that we all wish we could have watched whilst embroiled in our own teen years, the film’s release in September is set to be an important one.