New TV and Movie Trailers Released This Week [Mar 27]

New TV and Movie Trailers Released This Week [Mar 27]

It’s a new week, and that means a new batch of trailers and movie releases to look forward to! Here are the exciting TV and movie trailers and releases that dropped this week, Mar 27, 2023.

Check out the trailers and let us know what you are looking forward to watching.

PS. We’re adding new tv and movie trailers everyday so be sure to check back!

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Shooting Stars | Jun 2

Based on the book by LeBron James and the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Friday Night Lights, Buzz Bissinger, Shooting Stars is the inspiring origin story of a basketball superhero, revealing how LeBron James and his childhood friends become the #1 high school team in the country, launching James’s breathtaking career as a four-time NBA Champion, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and the NBA’s all-time leading scorer.

Cast: Wood Harris, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalie Paul, Algee Smith, LeBron James, Sterling Hurst, Brayden Cross, Dermot Mulroney
Where to Watch: Peacock



Biosphere | July 7

Billy (Duplass) and Ray (Brown) are lifelong best friends, brothers from another mother —they also happen to be the last two men on Earth. Their survival is largely due to Ray, a brilliant scientist who designed the custom biosphere they call home, outfitting it with both creature comforts and the necessities to sustain life on a doomed planet. When the population of their fishpond — which supplies essential protein — begins waning, the men find themselves facing an ominous future. But life may yet find a way…

Director: Mel Eslyn
Writer: Mel Eslyn and Mark Duplass
Cast: Sterling K. Brown, Mark Duplass
Where to Watch: In theaters and VOD



Elemental |

Element City, where a host of elements live and work. The trailer showcases each element—air, earth, water and fire—and what sets them apart according to Ember, a quick-witted and fiery woman who’s always stayed close to home in Firetown. In “Elemental,” which opens in theaters on June 16, she finally ventures out of her comfort zone to explore this spectacular world born from the imaginations of Pixar’s filmmakers and specifically crafted for the big-screen experience. Element City is inspired by big cities around the globe and embraces theorized contributions from each elemental community—from giant pine-tree-like buildings and waterfall skyscrapers to a tornado-shaped arena called Cyclone Stadium.

Cast: Leah Lewis, Mamoudou Athie, Ronnie del Carmen, Shila Ommi, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Catherine O’Hara, Mason Wertheimer, Joe Pera
Where to Watch:



Citadel (S1) | Apr 28

Citadel follows Mason Kane’s journey to discover who he was before his accident. He fails to remember anything or anyone significant except for Nadia Sinh, a fellow spy with whom he shares a close bond. Despite struggling with his mind, he and Sinh are tasked with bringing down a traitor to save the future.

Director: Josh Appelbaum & Bryan Oh
Cast: Richard Madden, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Stanley Tucci, Lesley Manville
Where to Watch: Prime Video



Asteroid City | Jun 16

The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention (organized to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events.

Director: Wes Anderson
Writer: Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola
Cast: Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, and much more
Where to Watch: In theaters



Dead Ringers (S1) | Apr 21

A modern take on David Cronenberg’s 1988 thriller starring Jeremy Irons, Dead Ringers stars Rachel Weisz playing the double-lead roles of Elliot and Beverly Mantle, twins who share everything: drugs, lovers, and an unapologetic desire to do whatever it takes—including pushing the boundaries of medical ethics—in an effort to challenge antiquated practices and bring women’s health care to the forefront

Director: Sean Durkin, Karyn Kusama, Karena Evans, and Lauren Wolkstein
Cast: Rachel Weisz, Britne Oldford, Poppy Liu, Michael Chernus, Jennifer Ehle, and Emily Meade
Where to Watch: Prime Video



Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields | Apr 3

Follows actor, model, and icon Brooke Shields as she becomes a woman who discovers her power after being a sexualized young girl. She shows the dangers and triumphs of gaining agency in a hostile world.

Director: Lana Wilson
Cast: Brooke Shields, Gregory Butler
Where to Watch: Hulu



My Name is Mo’Nique | Apr 4

Mo’Nique delivers a career defining, powerhouse stand-up performance in her unprecedented return to the stage. Filled with laugh till you cry stories as well as soul baring emotion, Mo’Nique promises that by the end of the show you will understand why she is the way she is.

Where to Watch: Netflix



Dance For Me | Mar 30

After exotic dancer Isis falls in love with up-and-coming politician Osiris, a band of criminals from her past threatens the couple’s future together.

Where to Watch: BET Plus



Florida Man | Apr 13

Under the sun. Under the gun. Discover the mystery behind the meme in FLORIDA MAN, a new Netflix limited series that follows a struggling ex-cop (Edgar Ramírez) forced to return to his home state of Florida to find a Philly mobster’s runaway girlfriend. What should be a quick gig becomes a wildly spiraling journey into buried family secrets, and an increasingly futile attempt to do the right thing in a place where so much is wrong.

Director: Donald Todd
Cast: Abbey Lee, Anthony LaPaglia, Otmara Marrero, Lex Scott Davis, Emory Cohen, Clark Gregg, Isaiah Johnson, Paul Schneider and Lauren Buglioli.
Where to Watch: Netflix



Obsession | Apr 13

An intense affair between a talented surgeon and his son’s fiancée spirals into a dangerous, all-consuming obsession, with devastating consequences for the whole family

Director: Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa
Writer: Morgan Lloyd-Malcolm and Benji Walters
Cast: Richard Armitage, Charlie Murphy, Indira Varma and Rish Shah
Where to Watch: Netflix



Love and Death | Apr 27

Love & Death takes a close look at Candy Montgomery’s shift from a bright, devout Christian housewife to a merciless ax-murderer and the peculiar affair that started it all. Set in a close-knit, trusting Texas community full of carefree families and faithful churchgoers, it’s an idyllic picture–and the perfect cover for dangerous secrets and vicious jealousy left unchecked.

Director/Created By: Lesli Linka Glatter
Cast: Elizabeth Olsen, Jesse Plemons, Lily Rabe, and Krysten Ritter
Where to Watch: HBO Max



The Good Mothers | Apr 15

Based on a true story, The Good Mothers recounts the lives of three women who dared to defy the ‘Ndrangheta mafia: Lea Garofalo’s daughter Denise, Maria Concetta Cacciola and Giuseppina Pesce. Helping them is the prosecutor Anna Colace, who had an intuition as soon as she arrived in Calabria: to defeat the ‘Ndrangheta clans, she needs to focus on the women. It is a risky strategy, as the ‘Ndrangheta is infamous and feared for its iron fist and insidious power. The Good Mothers follows Denise, Giuseppina, and Maria Concetta in their attempt to free themselves from the criminal power and collaborate with the authorities.

Where to Watch: Hulu



Barry (S4) | Apr 16

While out on a mission to kill a target in Los Angeles, Barry stumbles his way into an acting class led by the egocentric but weirdly charming Gene Cousineau (Henry Winkler) where he not only falls in love with the aspiring actress Sally (Sarah Goldberg) but falls in love with the art of acting.

Cast: Bill Hadar, Henry Winkler, Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, Anthony Carrigan, Robert Wisdom
Where to Watch: HBO



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