Welcome to BoxOffice Trailer Throw Down! Where we round up the week’s finest trailers so you don’t get sucked down a YouTube rabbit hole.
We got tiny horses, robot dogs, robot cars, various talking tigers, something about butterflies, the internet coming to life, and even some movies about humans.
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
Eating burgers, hanging out with clones and fighting dragons. Classic Spider-Man hijinks.
It’s a robot that turns into a car that turns into a robot with guns.
Here is a trailer for a movie about war criminals, sandwiched between beatboxing robots and sentient video games.
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: WRECK-IT RALPH 2
Wreck-It Ralph sets out on a journey to prove that the internet is, in fact, just a set of tubes.
Dance studios are terrifying.
A bunch of husbands do bad stuff and then die, leaving it to their wives to tie up loose ends.
Following the tradition of Ghostbusters and Overboard, Peppermint brings us a gender-flipped version of The Punisher.
Same Mowgli, same talking animals, but not Disney’s Jungle Book.
Live action Pooh somehow looks even cuddlier than I ever imagined.
THE SISTERS BROTHERS
It’s a lot of horse-riding and face-punching for these gun slingers. Also, gun-slinging.
Papillon means “butterfly.” This movie is not about butterflies at all. This movie seems to be about everything but butterflies.
THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS (Red Band Trailer)
(presented without comment)
Robot dog and motorcycle dude jump off of stuff and fight helicopters. And drones. Pretty much anything in the sky.
Lil’ Sebastian returns for wacky, western adventures. Robert Pattinson is there, too.
BERNARD AND HUEY
Bro code states that if your childhood best friend eats half your pizza but you sleep with his daughter, then you are considered even.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT
Tom Cruise is Ethan Hunt. Everything blows up. Everyone gets punched. There’s also a motorcycle thrown in there for good measure.