Tom Holland in The Crowded Room, the final season of Never Have I Ever, and more: our trailer roundup is here!

This week has given us a plethora of trailers, from thriller films to new seasons of your favourite series. We see Amanda Seyfried investigating Tom Holland, Succession’s Sarah Snook battle with her daughter’s concerning resemblance to her long-missing sister, and a new story set in the world of Cruel Summer. From Meg 2: The Trench to Run Rabbit Run, keep scrolling to read our trailer roundup.

The Crowded Room

The first trailer for The Crowded Room, a crime thriller series starring Tom Holland and Amanda Seyfried, is here. Created by Akiva Goldsman, The Crowded Room was inspired by Daniel Keyes’ 1981 non-fiction novel, The Minds of Billy Milligan. Set in 1979, the 10 episodes centre around Holland’s character of Danny Sullivan, a man arrested for his involvement in a New York City shooting. Through interrogations by Seyfried’s Rya Goodwin, the story of the felony unfolds. In the trailer, we see Rya try to piece together Danny’s actions as he struggles to remember his own past, and the events that led him to the crime. As Rya questions Danny, we hear her ask him, “What are you not telling me? What are you not telling yourself?” The Crowded Room is out June 9.

Run Rabbit Run

Netflix has released a trailer for their upcoming horror film, Run Rabbit Run, and it’s bone chilling. Starring Succession’s Sarah Snook, it follows her character — coincidentally also named Sarah — as she grows concerned and then terrified of her seven-year-old daughter Mia’s behaviour. The trailer begins with Mia casually asking her mother if people can come back after they die, and as we see parts of the plot unfold, we’re honestly not so sure. We learn that Sarah once had a sister named Alice, who disappeared at age seven, and start to see similarities between the two young girls. Mia begins to adopt Alice’s personality traits, and goes so far as to declare that she is, indeed, Alice herself. Goosebumps.

Cruel Summer, Season 2

The new season of hit series Cruel Summer features a brand-new cast, and we got a first look at the tale they’ll tell. Sadie Stanley and Lexi Underwood play the characters of Megan and Isabella, who become fast friends — and then inseparable. While it begins with typical high school plotlines of love triangles and staying out too late, the story quickly turns dark as the duo becomes involved in a murder investigation. We see the duo struggle to get their story straight, try to cover up evidence, and at times turn on each other. With so many different sides to the narrative, it’s hard to know what’s the truth. Hopefully, we’ll find out on June 5, when the series drops.

Never Have I Ever, Season 4

The fourth and final season of Never Have I Ever is out on June 8, and Netflix has gifted us with some teasers for its plotline. In a new trailer, we see the show pick up exactly where it left off in its third season. After losing her virginity to Ben, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan’s Devi Vishwakumar begins her senior year of high school — and it’s more complicated and full of drama than ever. We see Devi hiding from Ben, reuniting with Paxton, and canoodling with Michael Cimino’s new hotshot character of Ethan. While stressing over her love life, Devi also plans for her future — a realistic combination of senior year debacles.

Meg 2: The Trench

Five years after the first film, Meg 2: The Trench will be out in cinemas on August 4. Promising heightened thrill and many more Megs, the trailer shows Jason Statham back in action as he leads a research team with Wu Jing. While the visuals leave us with more questions than answers, Warner Bros. pairs it with a synopsis. “Their voyage spirals into chaos when a malevolent mining operation threatens their mission and forces them into a high-stakes battle for survival”. it reads. “Pitted against colossal Megs and relentless environmental plunderers, our heroes must outrun, outsmart, and outswim their merciless predators in a pulse-pounding race against time”.


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