In nine days, Netflix will release an original post-apocalyptic sci-fi film called IO, and they’ve just now unveiled the first trailer online. Directed by Jonathan Helpert, the film stars Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers) as a young scientist dedicated to finding a way for humans to adapt and survive on a poisoned Earth, which most people have abandoned for a colony on one of Jupiter’s moons. Her determination to remain behind is rocked by the arrival of another survivor, played by Anthony Mackie, and together the two aim to make it to the last shuttle leaving Earth before being left alone for good.

Aquaman was a smash hit, breaking records and becoming the highest grossing DC Extended Universe adaptation so far. A big part of that has to do with the film’s stunning visual effects. Although director James Wan has made it explicitly clear his displeasure of Aquaman not receiving recognition by the Oscars for its visuals, a new video showcases how much work went into producing the film’s VFX.

It’s a big year for Mads Mikkelsen in icy terrain, as both Arctic and Netflix’s Polar see him stranded in the cold. The trailer for the latter, based on a webcomic and graphic novel series by Victor Santos, has just dropped, and features the kinds of colorful villains and outrageous weaponry that should keep fans of John Wick sated until the third installment in that franchise comes out later this year.

To protect an heiress from highly trained kidnappers, a lone security expert (Noomi Rapace) must unravel a sinister plot — while striving to stay alive in this thrilling, female-driven action drama written & directed by Vicky Jewson.

“She’s running out of time… I have to find help.” Bleecker Street Films has debuted the first official trailer for survival thriller Arctic, the feature debut of filmmaker Joe Penna. This premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year and it’s one of the best survival movies ever made. Yes, seriously.

The newest trailer for The Prodigy has surfaced, featuring Robert Scott (Georgie from IT) as Miles — a disturbed young man that has possibly been overtaken by a malevolent force. The trailer showcases his mother Sarah (Taylor Schilling) grappling with her maternal instinct to protect him rather than investigating what or who could be the cause of her Miles’ dark turn.

In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he adapts a sprawling fantasy novel into a video game and soon faces a mind-mangling challenge. Welcome back.

Get your alien blasters ready because Sony Pictures has debuted the first trailer for its 2019 summer tentpole, “Men In Black: International.” The film is the fourth entry in the “Men In Black” film franchise, and it’s the first to not feature Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in the lead roles. Additionally, director Barry Sonnenfeld is sitting this installment out and F. Gary Gray is instead in the director’s chair.

If you watched Die Hard for the first time after watching that trailer, you wouldn’t understand how any idiot would say it isn’t a Christmas movie.

Remember Hellboy? He’s back, in David Harbour form. The Stranger Things actor takes up the mantle of the big red half-demon in a new take on the character. Guillermo del Toro already made two fine films about Hellboy, but now director Neil Marshall will try something different. After a long wait, the first Hellboy trailer awaits you.

Everyone knows who won. Not everyone knows how. Brexit premieres January 19, 2019 on HBO.

True Detective returns January 13, 2019 on HBO. From Creator and Executive Producer Nic Pizzolatto and starring Academy Award Winner Mahershala Ali, Stephen Dorff, Carmen Ejogo; the third season sees detectives investigating a grisly crime involving two missing children in the heart of the Ozarks.

Tony Stark is adrift in space, the other surviving Avengers are recovering and 50% of living creatures on Earth are gone.

This just gets us amped for the final season……Hurry up already! Fire and ice. The final season of Game of Thrones begins this April. #GoTS8

Similar to Making a Murderer, The Innocent Man will delve deep into the problems of cops coercing false confessions from innocent people. The six-part series, based off of John Grisham’s book The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town, will take a look at two men, Ron Williamson and Dennis Fritz, who were convicted of beating, raping and killing a 21-year-old waitress named Debra Sue Carter in Ada, Oklahoma back in 1982.

Japanese sci-fi icon Ultraman will make his Netflix debut in an anime adaptation from Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex‘s Kenji Kamiyama. The trailer showcases the series CG aesthetic, and a father passing down his powers as Ultraman to his teenage son, who was recently beaten by an impostor.

Hollywood loves remakes these days, and while most of them feel quite unnecessary, some of them actually put a welcome spin on the original that makes the concept feel refreshing. That’s exactly the cast with What Men Want, and the latest trailer for the R-rated comedy starring Taraji P. Henson has arrived, and it brings some salty language along with it.

Disney proves that there is still a demand for remakes of its classic animated films. The recent one and a half minute long trailer for The Lion King, released during NFL’s Thanksgiving segment, has just become Disney’s most-watched trailer in 24-hours — accumulating 224.6 million views globally, pushing Avengers: Infinity War to second place.