New Trailers: In the Heights, the WeWork Documentary, Concrete Cowboy and more

So I completely managed not to look Hannibal right in front of the bed; it certainly makes for strange dreams, but it is so well. I’m now about halfway through season 2 and getting very nervous for some of the characters I do not remember Silence of the lambs and / or Red dragon. I also havethe promising young woman rope and try to avoid spoilers for The falcon and the winter soldier until I can watch the first episode. Honestly too much good streaming content to keep up.

That said, however, I’m very excited about this week’s series because we have new plural trailers In the heights, the adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first play on Broadway (he also writes another one you’ve heard of, about Alexander Hamilton). Directed by Jon M. Chu, who directed Crazy Rich Asians, the trailers have very familiar faces of Hamilton, including Miranda as the Piragua Guy, Christopher Jackson (George Washington) as the manager of Mr. Softee, and as narrator and main character Usnavi is Anthony Ramos, who played both John Laurens and Philip Hamilton. Let’s go …

In the heights

Also in the lead role In the heights: Corey Hawkins, Melissa Barrera, Olga Merediz, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Gregory Diaz IV, Stephanie Beatriz, Dascha Polanco and Jimmy Smits.

In the trailer of the Heights- Washington Heights

I absolutely can not wait. In the heights comes to HBO Max and theaters on June 11 (the trailers say June 18, but Chu announced on Twitter that it would go up a week):

Yes, there are some other trailers this week too:

WeWork: Or making and breaking a $ 47 billion unicorn

This documentary tells the story of the collaborative enterprise that grew into a massive enterprise, only to flare up spectacularly after its bonkers S-1. There is also a TV show in the works (based on the WeCrashed podcast) which will feature Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto, but this document seems to be tightly focused on WeWork CEO Adam Neumann, who was the centerpiece. We work comes to Hulu on April 2nd.

Godzilla teen Kong

I have to state for the record that I think Godzilla would win a head-to-head with King Kong. This is the latest trailer for the big-or-home-trek monster movie starring Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall and Brian Tyree Henry. It is expected to hit HBO Max on March 31st.

Concrete Cowboy

Another movie long delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, Concrete Cowboy tells the story of a boy who reunites with his estranged father who works in a stable in the city center and rehabilitates horses. Based on the novel Ghetto Cowboy by G. Neri, Concrete Cowboy is directed by Ricky Staub and plays Idris Elba (honestly, so sonorous in the trailer), Jharrel Jerome, Byron Bowers, Lorraine Toussaint and Clifford “Method Man” Smith. It hits Netflix on April 2nd.

Four good days

Glenn Close is the mother of Mila Kunis’ heroin addict and tries to cleanse her once and for all. Glenn Close is so intense in the trailer in the very best watchful-worried-mom way. Four good days was co-written and directed by Rodrigo Garcia, and is based on the outstanding piece How’s Amanda? A story of truth, lies and an American addiction by Eli Saslow of the Washington Post. The film will hit theaters on April 30.

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