New Movie Trailers From The Past Week: ‘Blade Runner 2049’, ‘The Emoji Movie’ & More

As an early Christmas present, Hollywood gave us new trailers for some movies we’re looking forward to in 2017.

Enjoy the trailers, and we wish you a happy holiday season to you and your loved ones!

 


Blade Runner

Blade Runner is the latest classic movie to get an unexpected sequel, and with Ridley Scott directing and Ryan Gosling starring alongside Harrison Ford, Blade Runner 2049 looks like it’ll be more than just a cash-in on 80’s nostalgia. Unfortunately, we’ll have a while to wait before we find out if they did the original justice because Blade Runner 2049 won’t be in theaters until October 6th, 2017.


The Emoji Movie

How you feel about this movie will probably be strongly correlated to how you feel about emojis in general. The first trailer for The Emoji Movie features a “meh”, which happens to be how I feel about it. But just based on how much a lot of people love emojis, this animated flick will probably be a hit. T.J. Miller, Ilana Glazer and James Corden are confirmed to have lent their voices to The Emoji Movie, which hits theaters August 4th, 2017.


How to be a Latin Lover

I’m not sure how I feel about this movie. I didn’t find the trailer particularly funny but I like everybody in the cast that includes Salma Hayek, Rob Lowe and Kristen Bell. In all likelihood I won’t see this one in theaters, but you can beginning on April 28th, 2017.


The Lost City of Z

Based on true events from the 1920’s, The Lost City of Z tells the tale of British explorer Percy Fawcett’s quest to find an ancient lost city in the Amazon. Given that setting, it’s fitting that the film is produced by Amazon Studios. There aren’t any A-listers in the cast that has Charlie Hunnam in the lead role, but Brad Pitt is one of the film’s producers.

The film debuted at the New York Film Festival in October to mostly positive reviews, and is scheduled for a wide release on April 21st, 2017.


 

Brian FeibusCOED Writer
New York-based writer. Emory University graduate. @BrianFeibus on Twitter. Infinitely go against the grain.
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