HBO Max has released a new trailer to promote this year’s film releases, which will stream on the streamer on the day of their theatrical release. The video features new footage from much anticipated films. From Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat to Suicide Squad and Heavyweight: The Devil Made Me Do It, there is something to be excited about, as the trailer has everything for the big premieres that are scheduled each month.

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In the trailer, we see new footage from The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel to HBO’s hit series The Sopranos. Directed by Alan Taylor, the film is set in the 60s and 70s and stars Michael Gandolfini as a young Tony Soprano, the same character originally played by his late father James Gandolfini. Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr. and John Bernthal are also on hand. The prequel will be published simultaneously on the 24th. Published in September.

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Horror fans can look forward to the release of The Conjuring : The devil made me do it. The third installment of the Hard Times series reprises Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. In the new HBO Max trailer, we get a little preview of the Warren’s return, with Ed picking up the phone and asking questions: How can we help you? The film, directed by Michael Chaves and written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, will be released on the 4th. June on HBO Max and in cinemas.

 

There are also some good shots of Suicide Squad, including a funny scene between John Cena as Peacekeeper and Idris Elba as Bloodsport. When Bloodsport warns the Peacekeeper that nobody likes to brag, the annoying Cena character responds unless what he’s showing is dope, like…. Before cutting the clip. This is consistent with writer-director James Gunn’s promise that the film will be R-rated.

Suicide Squad also stars Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Viola Davis, Peter Capaldi, David Dastmalchian, Alice Braga, Sylvester Stallone and many others. The trailer from HBO Max gives us a better idea of the team. The film will be a standalone re-imagining rather than a direct sequel to the 2016 film, directed by David Ayer. Gunn’s suicide squad comes out on top in the 6th. August in theaters.

In addition to the above titles, the HBO Max trailer includes clips from Dune starring Timothée Chalamet; Little Things starring Jared Leto, Rami Malek and Denzel Washington; Crying Macho starring Clint Eastwood; Judas and the Black Messiah starring Daniel Kaluuya; King Richard starring Will Smith; Reminiscence starring Hugh Jackman; and short clips from Mortal Kombat, Tom and Jerry : Godzilla vs Kong and the movie In the Heights, as well as the logos for Maleficent and The Matrix.

 

It’s important to remember that these movies will only be available on HBO Max for one month after their release, but the good news is that they can be watched at no additional cost. The first of these films to be released simultaneously in cinemas and on HBO Max is The Little Things. This psychological thriller, directed by John Lee Hancock, is set in 1990s Los Angeles and follows detectives pursuing a suspected serial killer. You can see it on the 29th. The January experiment. The first trailer for Same Days comes to us via HBO Max on Twitter.

Topics: HBO Max, streaming, The Conjuring 3, Suicide Squad 2, Newark’s Many Saints

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