New Trailers: Succession, You, Nightmare Alley, Hawkeye and more

OK so the last one Ted Lasso devotes almost the entire episode to Coach Beard in his most unusual, dreamlike episode ever. I didn’t hate it (and I know it’s one of the two episodes added to the mix after that Apple said it wanted 12 episodes instead of the 10 the writers had already outlined. The Christmas episode was the other), but I wish we had gotten to know Beard a little better. “I listen more than I talk” seems like a line that could be his mantra.

The morning show is back and frankly, the first episode seemed rushed to get certain characters to do certain things that we as audience know they have to do to have a show at all. I kind of stick with it, remembering that this was a show that took a while to find its groove in season 1, but the first offering felt a little more chaotic than usual. Billy Crudup keeps me coming back, to be honest; he makes Cory such a lovable weasel.

This week’s trailers feature a dysfunctional family, a serial killer, a carnival charlatan, and a classic musical. Never let it be said that I am not trying to add some variety to these roundups.

succession

The most squiggly show on streaming about horrible rich people (yes, even more horrible than you, white Lotus) returns for a third season and the Roy family has never looked more dysfunctional. The fallout from the bomb that delivered Kendall in last season’s finale seems to be a central plot line as the Roys decide which side they’re on and how to keep the family business – poisonous as it is – from going under. . Cousin Greg is as awkward as ever in this trailer when he informs Kendall that he’s the “number one trending topic for tater tots.” And Logan is as mad as ever, screaming that he’s ready to go “full fucking beast”. God I missed this show. Adrien Brody, as a billionaire activist investor, and Alexander Skarsgard, as tech founder and CEO, have joined the show for the upcoming season. Jeremy Strong, Brian Cox, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, Matthew Macfadyen and J. Smith Cameron return in season three of succession, coming until HBO Max October 17.

hawkeye

So I didn’t know this was going to be a Christmas show, but let’s just keep it going. hawkeye picks up after the events of the Avengers: Endgame movie, in which Clint Barton is just trying to enjoy a New York City vacation with his family, when he discovers a new vigilante with a bow in town. The trailer has a decidedly joking tone, which is a bit new for this character. Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James and Alaqua Cox star hawkeye, coming to Disney Plus on November 24.

you

Netflix’s show about the serial killer/stalker next door who found his perfect match in season 2 returns for a third season, and Joe and Love are parents now, which seems a bit problematic? Joe, of course, has fixated on a new target for his obsession and Love isn’t super happy about it. Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti and Saffron Burrows return for Season 3, with Tati Gabrielle, Dylan Arnold, Shalita Grant, Travis Van Winkle, Scott Speedman, McManus, Shannon Chan-Kent, Ben Menhl, Chris O’Shea and Christopher Sean to the cast. you is coming back to Netflix on October 15.

nightmare alley

Nightmare Alley, based on William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 novel, isn’t a supernatural film, director Guillermo del Toro said in a statement. interview with Vanity Fair. Given his body of work, it’s no surprise that people make that assumption. The story revolves around a con artist and former carnival worker who convinces people that he can read minds. The all-star cast includes Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Rooney Mara, Ron Perlman and David Straithairn. nightmare alley hits theaters on December 17.

West Side Story

We’ve got a teaser for Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of West Side Story in May, but this is the first official trailer and I’m a little flabbergasted that it focuses on the plot – of arguably one of the most famous American films based on a Shakespearean play that is itself very famous – rather than on the songs? In any case, we get to see snippets of the dance numbers and some wise words from Rita Moreno: Anita in the original 1961 film, who plays a small part in this remake and served as Spielberg’s advisor. Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose, David Alvarez, Mike Faist, Josh Andres Rivera, Ana Isabelle, Corey Stoll, Brian d’Arcy James also star West Side Story, which hits theaters on December 10.

Bonus: trailer of the first look at the foundation

With less than a week to go before this massive series hits Apple TV Plus, we get a first trailer with commentary from stars Jared Harris, Leah Harvey, Lee Pace and Lou Llobell, and writer David S. Goyer, who calls Foundation. (the book) “the greatest science fiction work of all time.” Adapted from the Isaac Asimov books, foundation drops its first episode on September 24.