Trailer Roundup: Soul, Hamilton, Psych 2 and Much More

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.

1. Soul (Teaser Trailer)

Soul is Pixar’s latest animated movie which is scheduled to release on November 20 in theatres worldwide.

Joe dreams of being a jazz performer, but before he gets his big break, an unexpected accident causes his soul to be separated from his body. He’s then transported to The Great Before, a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks, and interests before going to Earth.

“Music is life. You just need to know where to look,” Joe says in the trailer. “Spend your precious hours doing what will bring out the real you — the brilliant, passionate you that’s ready to contribute something meaningful into this world. Get ready, your life is about to start.”

2. Hamilton

Launching on Disney Plus on July 3, the minute-long trailer shows off footage from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical. The film features footage with the original cast, including Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Daveed Diggs, Phillipa Soo, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Christopher Jackson, Anthony Ramos, Jonathon Groff, Okieriete Onaodowan and Jasmine Cephas Jones.

The trailer features the iconic opening number “Alexander Hamilton” and Goldsberry’s show-stopping song “Satisfied” interspersed with scenes from the show.

3. Over The Moon

Over the Moon is an upcoming animated film by Netflix and Pearl Studio. The film is a musical adventure about a young Chinese girl named Fei Fei (Ang), who builds her own rocket ship to travel to the moon in order to prove the existence of the legendary Moon goddess Chang’e (Soo). 

The film is scheduled to release in Fall 2020.

4. Broken Hearts Gallery

What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you’ve ever been in? The Broken Hearts Gallery follows the always unique Lucy, a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Hearts Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind. Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.

The Broken Hearts Gallery, from executive producer Selena Gomez, hits theatres on July 17.

5. Psych 2: Lassie Come Home

On June 25, streaming service Peacock released a trailer for Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, in which Shawn and Gus are back together because Lassie is “seeing things,” which are “probably not ghosts” but which may also be ghosts. Sarah Chalke appears in scrubs, but this won’t be a Scrubs-iverse crossovershe’s playing Lassie’s caretaker Dolores.

Psych 2: Lassie Come Home will stream on Peacock July 15th.

6. Little Voice

Apple TV Plus has released the trailer of its new drama series Little Voice. The half-hour coming-of-age series follows Bess King (Brittany O’Grady), a performer struggling to fulfil her dreams while navigating rejection, love, and complicated family issues. The show features new and original music from Sara Bareilles, marking her first foray into television. Little Voice is produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

The new series premieres on July 10.

7. The Handmaid’s Tale

Hulu released a teaser for the upcoming fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale, set to premiere in 2021. Based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, the series takes place in a dystopian America where fertile women, called handmaids, are forced into child-bearing slavery. 

8. Cursed

The new Netflix series stars the immensely popular Katherine Langford as a battle-ready hero around which the pieces of Arthurian legend slowly assemble. This time around, though, the tale centers not on the would-be king, but on Nimue, a woman who will go on to become the influential Lady of the Lake.

Season 1 of Cursed arrives on Netflix on July 17.

9. Stateless

Netflix released a trailer for Stateless, which streams July 8. The refugee drama follows four strangers whose lives collide at an immigration detention center in the middle of the Australian desert.

Watch it here.

10. Showbiz Kids

HBO has announced that its upcoming documentary “Showbiz Kids will premiere on July 14. Directed by former child actor Alex Winter, the film chronicles the unique experiences of working as a child actor in the entertainment industry through a combination of archival footage and interviews. The film comes from Ringer Films, with Bill Simmons serving as executive producer along with Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller for HBO.

11. Brave New World

Brave New World is an adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel of the same name. David Wiener serves as showrunner; Grant Morrison, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, and Owen Harris also executive produce the series; Brian Taylor served as an executive producer on the pilot.

Brave New World will stream from July 15 on Peacock.

12. World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji

Amazon Prime Video announced that World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji will premiere on Aug. 14.

The 10-episode adventure series follows an expedition race in which 66 teams from 30 countries race non-stop for 11 days across hundreds of miles of Fijian terrain.

13. Expecting Amy

HBO Max has released the trailer of Expecting Amy, a three-part docuseries that launches July 9. The episodes will take viewers behind-the-scenes as comedian Amy Schumer battles through her pregnancy while documenting the formation of a comedy special.

It focuses on pulling the curtain completely back on her marriage to husband Chris Fischer, and the journey to his diagnosis on the autism spectrum. Produced by Schumer, Expecting Amy is directed and edited by Alexander Hammer.


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