Trailer Roundup: Bobby Deol’s Class of ’83, Abhay 2, Dangerous and more

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While the whole world is sitting at home and binging on new series and shows, new trailers and announcements have made their way to various platforms. If you’re wondering what’s coming next, here’s a list of latest trailer releases for you to add new shows and movies on your watch list. Trailer Roundup – August 2020.

Class of ’83

Class Of ’83 is a story of ‘Bombay’ Police in 1983 and how they came together to eradicate gangsters from the city. Bobby Deol plays the role of Dean Vijay Singh who leads the team of cops and the encounter operation of gangsters.

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The film stars talented actors like Anup Soni, Prithvik Pratap, Joy Sengupta, and others. It will be a treat to watch them on screen.

Release Date: 21st August 2020 on Netflix.

Abhay 2

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Starring Kunal Khemu as an investigative officer who solves crimes by thinking like a criminal. In this season, Abhay will be up against a formidable supervillain played by Ram Kapoor. 

Release Date: 14th August 2020 on Zee5

Dangerous

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A troubled husband looking for his missing wife. Will he find her or will we uncover some #Dangerous hidden secrets? – Zee5, YouTube.

Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover make their way back to the streaming world with Dangerous!

Release Date: 14th August 2020 on MX Player

Churails

The trailer shows how women operate a detective agency of sorts, which they’ve named ‘Halal Designs’. Churails depicts feminism of a different, hard-hitting sort, where women hit back at society and its hypocrisy with spunk and spirit.

Release Date: 11th August 2020 on Zee5.

Away

From the visionary who brought you Friday Night Lights comes an epic, emotional story of love and sacrifice, starring two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank. – Netflix, YouTube.

Release Date: TBA.

Ratched

The three-minute trailer introduces Mildred, who moves to Northern California for a job at a leading psychiatric hospital. She presents herself as a perfect delicate nurse, but the ominous cinematography and music highlight the underlying suspense.

“You have been subjected to enough pain, but you deserve someone to show you mercy,” she says to a patient in the trailer. “How different I would be if someone had.”

Release Date: 18th September 2020 on Netflix.

I’m Thinking Of Ending Things

“Loneliness and hopelessness and regret — these are things that are part of the fabric of this film,” Kaufman said.

The new psychological horror film, “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” based on Iain Reid’s book and adapted into a screenplay by director Charlie Kaufman. The plot centers around the woman’s realization that something isn’t quite right on a trip to meet his boyfriend’s parents. She begins to have strange experiences that she can’t quite explain.

Release Date: TBA.

Power Book II: Ghost

Power Book II: Ghost, which premieres on 6 September at 9 p.m. The new ten-episode show is an extension of the Power series, picking up as Tariq St. Patrick begins to cope with the death of his father and his mother facing charges for a murder he committed – all while attending an Ivy League university. Tariq eventually turns to the drug trade to pay for his mother’s legal fees and discovers that the only way to avoid ending up like his father is to become an even better version of him. 

Release Date: 6th September 2020 on STARZ.

Judas And The Black Massiah

The trailer emphasizes the juxtaposition between the two men by cutting between Hampton leading powerful chants at Black Panther meetings and O’Neal watching him nervously, painfully aware of what he must do.

The preview also provides a bit of context to the betrayal, showing how O’Neal’s arrests for car theft and impersonating a federal officer leave him with the decision of going to prison or helping the FBI takedown Hampton by infiltrating the party!

Release Date: In Theatres, 2021.

The Boys S2

The Boys vigilante group, led by Karl Urban, striking back against the superheroes known as The Seven, who are abusing their powers. It shows more about the secret agenda of The Seven to build an army of superheroes that’ll do their bidding!

Release Date: 4th September 2020 on Amazon Prime Video.

DC Fandome (Teaser Trailer)

The teaser trailer for the DC FanDome Event teases exclusive reveals from some of the brand’s biggest upcoming movies, including the much waited for Snyder Cut. There is also a short glimpse of previously released footage of Darkseid from the Snyder Cut of Justice League, hinting that there will at least be some new footage from the movie.

Explore every corner of the DC Multiverse on 22 August 2020

Did we miss any show/ movie you’re excited about? Tell us in the comments!

Read our other roundups here.

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