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YOU season four, A24’s Beau Is Afraid, and Pamela, a love story feature in this week’s trailer round-up.

Pamela, a love story

At long last, the Pamela Anderson documentary is set to release on Netflix later this month. Following the release of Pam & Tommy last year, Anderson made it known that this sensationalised version of her sex tape leaking bears very little resemblance to reality. Speaking her truth, this new documentary will see Anderson open up her home, and her heart, in a searingly intimate portrait of the blonde bombshell. Chronicling her rise to stardom, the blow to her public image, and how she picked up the pieces – fans across the globe are raring to devour this tell-all.

YOU S4

“Heartbreak is always the catalyst for a new path” is the tagline of YOU’s fourth season; ain’t that the truth? Since the show’s debut in 2018, everyone’s been eating up the scary yet sexy vibe Penn Badgley pulls off ever so well. Providing us with even more material to swoon (while also being scared), the trailer of YOU season four has finally been unleashed. This season differs from the rest, as Joe undergoes a fair few changes. Embarking on a move to London, Joe finds himself amidst an entirely new friendship group at the university he now teaches at. Turning things on its head, an unknown person says uno reverse! and starts stalking Joe instead. Not to mention, our Winter 22/23 coverstar Tati Gabrielle reprises her role as Marienne, and a mysterious murderer wreaks havoc on London’s elite. With questions upon questions left waiting to be answered, February 9th couldn’t come sooner!

Beau Is Afraid

A24 is ready to hit us where it hurts, yet again, with the trailer release of Beau Is Afraid. Starring indie darling Joaquin Phoenix, and directed by cult favourite Ari Aster – this new film is sure to blow us away. The trailer already did the damn thing, with spellbindingly surreal shots sprinkled throughout. The film follows Joaquin Phoenix’s character over several decades, as he embarks on a journey to return home to his mother. Hard-hitting, yet humorous all the same – this film is sure to follow in the footsteps of Aster’s past endeavours, such as Hereditary and Midsommar, which released to a chorus of critical praise. Not a whole lot is out about the film, but with an April release date – we’re eagerly awaiting what else is to come.

Titanic: 25th Anniversary

If you’re anything like us, then watching Leonardo Dicaprio as Jack in Titanic was like love at first sight. Who could ever forget those swoon-worthy golden locks, and his gentle disposition? And, oh! How we resented Rose for not making space for Jack on that wretched plank of wood… As you can probably tell, Titanic elicits a rollercoaster of emotions in us. And we’re ready to relive it all, as 25 years on since its original debut – we’re being graced with a remastered version set to hit cinemas on February 10th. An instant classic, this star-crossed love affair holds up over two decades since it was first released.

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