I could usually take this time to tell you what I think about Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread, which I saw last weekend, but people apparently have very strong feelings about this movie and feelings about what your reaction says about you. I do not want you to know! The reactions of Phantom Thread are the new astrological signs.
Fortunately for the astrological signs and all those who have one, the movies will continue to be released.
Check out six trailers of the week below.
Wreck-It Ralph 2
In the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz escape their arcade game once again, and "go online". If you like Internet references for the family in the form of a movie, this is the continuation for you.
He's in theaters on Thanksgiving.
HBO's adaptation of Ray Bradbury's 1953 novel stars Michael B. Jordan as Guy Montag, a firefighter who becomes disillusioned with his government-approved book-burning work.
The movie premieres this spring on HBO.
The week of
About a year ago, Netflix signed a contract with Adam Sandler to produce four more of his films, in addition to The Ridiculous 6 of 2015 and The Do Over of 2016. The Week Of, about two families that meet before their children casen, is Sandler's last function for the transmission service. It stars Chris Rock, Steve Buscemi and Rachel Dratch with Sandler.
It arrives on April 27 on Netflix.
Pureblood looks like a decently cheesy movie of evil rich teenagers. It stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke as Lily and Amanda, who plan to kill Lily's father (Paul Sparks).
It's in theaters on March 9.
Yellowstone is a series starring Kevin Costner about a family that owns the largest ranch in the US. UU If that does not tell you enough about it, this trailer quote should: "All men are bad, but some of us really try to be good."
It will premiere on June 20 on Paramount Network.
The next YouTube Red series is a sequel to the 1984 Karate Kid. In it, Ralph Macchio and William Zabka relive their old characters more than three decades later. This trailer just makes fun of Zabka as Johnny Lawrence, who now runs his own karate studio.
It will come out sometime this year.