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Let’s look at a ton of interesting trailers that dropped this week, including some from the Super Bowl, Marvel’s class photo, and one bonus story because it is amazing.
Is this enough to make up for all the chaos behind the scenes and the up-and-down reception of new Star Wars films?
Jurrasic World: Fallen Kingdom
This draws from horror elements, which is an interesting play for the sequel of a blockbuster franchise with a trailer during the Super Bowl
Avengers: Infinity War
There’s not a lot new here, but Marvel knows they’ve already done enough. We’ll all line up to go see this one.
Marvel Cinematic Universe class photo
Speaking of having already done enough … here’s a behind-the-scenes look at a photo of everyone from the past 10 years of MCU movies.
Marvel Studios kicks off its yearlong 10th anniversary celebration with a behind-the-scenes look at the class photo featuring 79 actors and filmmakers from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe! pic.twitter.com/ZeUsdDNKkH
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) February 8, 2018
Ant-Man and the Wasp
This is where the MCU will pick up after Infinity War. I really love the fun, retro comic book feel to this trailer.
Here’s what happens next to one of The Defenders after their big Netflix team up. There’s some strong hints at some kind of return for Kilgrave, the villain from the first season.
A very teasing teaser trailer that never gives us a glimpse of Venom. We only see Eddie Brock, which may indicate the first Venom movie takes place before Brock joins with the symbiote.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Vegans?
I’ll give PETA this, they know how to get attention—even if it is absolutely stupid.
They now want the Ninja Turtles, who are synonomous with pizza, to eat vegan alternatives like dairy free pizza in the latest iteration of the show.
Just when I thought Michael Bay had ruined my childhood as much as possible, this comes along to remind me it could always be worse.