Nexter Movie News: ‘Hellboy’, ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’, ‘Lion King’, ‘Detective Pikachu New’ Trailers, ‘Game of Thrones’ Fresh Posters

754 prepared for you a weekly dose of most interesting  premieres and announcements you might have missed this week.

‘Hellboy’ Trailer #2 

The latest Hellboy 2019 trailer is here and it reveals why the R-rating was given out earlier this week. The MPAA gave the reboot its rating “for strong bloody violence and gore throughout, and language,” and that is on full display in the new look at the upcoming movie.


‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ new trailer

The last X-Men movie by 20th Century Fox called Dark Phoenix is to hit the theaters on June 7, so the creators started teasing us with new posters and trailer for the upcoming movie. gathered all the references and Easter eggs from the last trailer. See if you’re attentive enough to notice them!


‘Lion King’ trailer

Disney studio has unleashed another stunning trailer for The Lion King, which, between the nostalgic appeal, the cutting-edge CG, and a handful of intriguing new twists, is sure to rake in all the money.

The Lion King lands July 19.


‘Detective Pikachu’ Trailer 

Pokémon aren’t the only recognizable faces popping up in the latest “Detective Pikachu” trailer. Diplo appears in a blink-and-you-miss-it cameo in the new trailer for Warner Bros.’ live-action Pokémon film.

Pikachu, voiced by Ryan Reynolds, hypothesizes in the trailer that Tim’s father, Harry, faked his own death years ago, which is why he’s been missing for so long.


‘The Irishman’ teaser

Netflix released the teaser for Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman — which is based on Charles Brandt’s novel ‘I Heard You Paint Houses’. The cast list includes gangster favorites Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel.

The Irishman is coming to Netflix this autumn.


New ‘Game of Thrones’ posters

To prepare fans for the upcoming final season, new character images of the hit HBO series were released.

Also new footage of Season 8 shows us a magical moment Arya sees a dragon for the first time.


‘Aquaman’ sequel confirmed for December 2022

Source: Giphy


The record-breaking Aquaman is officially getting a sequel, but don’t hold your breath for it to come out anytime soon.

According to The Wrap, the second instalment to the fishy franchise will be released December 16, 2022.

Digital Spy adds that all your favorite characters will be coming back, including Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard, who played Mera, Patrick Wilson, who portrayed Orm, Nicole Kidman, who starred as Atlanna, and Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko.


Will Smith exits ‘Suicide Squad’ sequel


Source: DC

Even though his return had not been made official, sources tell Variety that Will Smith, who played Deadshot in the original, is not expected to return for the studio’s upcoming sequel. Sources say scheduling was the ultimate factor and that the decision was made on amicable terms between both sides with no hard feelings.


‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ has been renewed for another season


Source: NBC

Praise be to the television gods as the hilarious Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been renewed for another season.

The news was announced to the cast and crew during a meeting this afternoon.


Rami Malek may play the next Bond villain


Source: REUTERS/Eddie Keogh


According to Collider, the actor is in “final negotiations” to play the villain in the upcoming Bond film. The news comes days after Malek won an Oscar for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody.

There aren’t really any character details available, though the villain has been rumored to be a blind man.


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Nexter Movie News: 'Hellboy', 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix', 'Lion King', 'Detective Pikachu New' Trailers, 'Game of Thrones' Fresh Posters
Nexter Movie News: 'Hellboy', 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix', 'Lion King', 'Detective Pikachu New' Trailers, 'Game of Thrones' Fresh Posters
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