While many Netflix series’ have had the ability to stir up hype, none have had quite the impact that The Witcher has had. With this in mind, Netflix has unveiled the explosive trailer for season 2 of the beloved fantasy drama. Transporting us back into the mythical realm known as the Continent, the trailer sets in on the scene of a white-haired Henry Cavill which promises to instantly sen fans into an anticipatory frenzy, something that is only furthered by the promise of more monster-slaying, torturous journeys galore and a deeper look into the life of Geralt of Rivia. And, with cast additions such as Kristofer Hivju and Kim Bodnia also being revealed, it becomes clear that season 2 is set to be as binger-worthy as the first. Set for release on December 17th, this is a release that you won’t want to miss.
The Witcher season two, A Man Named Scott and The Unforgivable star in this week’s trailer round-up.
The Witcher Season two
What is better than a murder-centric drama featuring Sandra Bullock? Well, the trailer for the upcoming Netflix film The Unforgivable proves that the answer is: nothing. Following the tale of Ruth Slater, a woman fresh out of prison after serving a 20-year sentence for a violent crime, as she embarks on a mission to find the younger sister she raised, we are taken on a deeply emotional tale through societal rejection and a search for redemption. With Viola Davis and Vincent D’Onofrio also starring in the film, set for release in theatres on November 24th and the streaming service on December 10th, the film becomes one sure to have viewers gripped.
Whenever the entertainment company A24 announces a new title, it is instantly regarded as one of award-winning status and akin to art. And, C’mon C’mon is no exception. A modern-day black-and-white film, the Mike Mills-written and directed display can best be described as an intimate ode to the power of family. Set to follow Joaquin Phoenix’s character on a cross country voyage with his nephew, the promise of lessons learnt and adventure had hangs in the balance, meaning that viewers can expect to cry and laugh in equal measure upon its release on November 19th.
Next up is the trailer for Ambulance, featuring the on-screen duo we never knew we needed. The plot that sees Candyman‘s Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Jake Gyllenhaal, who play the adopted brothers Will and Danny, as their getaway from a $32 million bank robbery, carried out in the name of hoping to cover the medical bill of Will’s wife and line their pockets, goes askew. As we are taken on an intense car chase in which the brothers occupy an ambulance with a police officer on the brink of death and a terrified EMT on board, there is no telling how the intense tale will end. Both an adrenaline-pumping drama and gut-wrenching social commentary, Universal’s latest film is sure to cause quite a stir upon its release on February 18th.
A Man Named Scott
We all remember when Kid Cudi dropped his now famed Man on the Moon LP. A project that shot Scott Mescudi into the depths of fame and musical domination, it is a project that is sure to be marked in the history books. And now, in a bid to give a raw and unfiltered look into how that project changed the artist’s life for better and for worse, the rapper unveils his documentary, A Man Named Scott. With director Robert Alexander tapping into Cudi’s struggles and fortunes, things we get to learn about through a series of sit-down interviews with the rapper himself as well as through an array of candid home videos, fans are promised a documentary that focuses on the making of a legend. A BTS look at the rise and rise of one of our generation’s most beloved rap forces, A Man Named Scott is a must-watch for all music lovers.