While movie theaters languish in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic (“Tenet” remains wishy-washy on a final release schedule), TV is becoming more and more a goldmine, which makes sense, since we’re all hungry for new content from the comfort of our own homes.
We’re excited for “Utopia”, adapted from the short-lived and criminally underseen conspiracy series from the UK, with a new spin from “Gone Girl” writer Gillian Flynn, on headed to Amazon Prime Video soon.
There’s also “Don't Look Deeper” from Catherine Hardwicke, a trippy sci-fi series from the director of “Twilight”.
Here are the best new trailers you may have missed! We Are Who We Are
Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming HBO series is both different and the same as his masterpiece “Call Me By Your Name” in that it’s got more teenage ennui but the same brand of sensuality, of which the new trailer floats aplenty. Utopia
“Gone Girl” scribe Gillian Flynn pivots to TV and remakes “Utopia”, the UK show about a group of comic book fans who find themselves embroiled in the same stories they love. We are big fans of the original and are quite excited to see how this looks without David Fincher (he was originally attached, but things fell through). Don't Look Deeper
Sorry to say, “Twilight” fans, but “Don’t Look Deeper” looks a lot different, but if you trust director Catherine Hardwicke’s storytelling, this one should be a wild ride. The story follows a high school student who starts uncovering lost memories that suggest she might not be completely human. Bad Ideas with Adam DeVine
Adam DeVine stars in “Bad Ideas”, which looks like “Jack*ss” for modern audiences. It sees him doing all sorts of tomfoolery with celebrity friends—what could be better? Spree
“Stranger Things” star Joe Keery plays a cab driver who’s a bit of a fame wh*re in “Spree”, where he’s seen torturing his passengers and livestreaming it for everyone to see. If you’ve ever felt the need to see a deranged Joe, this is it.
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