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Trailer trawl – this week's must-see previews and teasers

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Welcome to your summary of this week's breaking trailers. Missed some of these? Take a recap by scrolling down.

Red Sparrow

Jennifer Lawrence re-teams with her Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence for this intriguing espionage thriller, based on the novel by Jason Matthews.

Lawrence plays ballerina Dominika Egorova who, following tragic circumstances, enters the Sparrow School and becomes a deadly secret agent.

Joel Edgerton, Jeremy Irons, Charlotte Rampling and Ciaran Hinds co-star in the movie, due for release on 2nd March 2018. Expect plenty of seduction, ripe accents and engrossing Soviet atmosphere.


Coco

Pixar have shown us toys coming to life, introduced us to rats that can cook, redefined the superhero movie and more besides.

Yet even by their own glorious standards, new film Coco looks eye-popping and wondrous to behold. The first of their films to centre around Mexican mythology, it's the story of young aspiring musician Miguel (voiced by Antony Gonzalez) whose ambitions are mysteriously curbed by his family.

He then takes a trip into the country's fabled Land of the Dead to discover the truth, setting in motion an adventure that promises scrumptious visuals and enticing melodies by the guitar-load.

Check out the new trailer below. Coco is released on 19th January 2018.


All the Money in the World

Doesn't Ridley Scott ever sleep? Fresh from this year's sci-fi prequel Alien: Covenant the veteran director now sets about an altogether different kind of story. In fact, it's based on real events and features a stonking cast led by Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Spacey and Michelle Williams.

The film is based on the infamous 1970s kidnapping of 16-year-old Paul Getty (Charlie Plummer), in which the kid's rich tycoon grandfather Jean Paul (Spacey) refused to pay the $7 million ransom demanded. It then fell to mother Gail (Williams) to enlist the help of Getty's close advisor Fletcher Chase (Wahlberg) to get the money paid.

It certainly looks like a moody and twisty turn to more contemporary Counsellor territory for Scott. The movie's released on 5th January 2018.


The Commuter

You may have heard that Liam Neeson is retiring from action movies, but he's still got one final nail-biter to crank out. This reunion with Non-Stop and Unknown director Jaume Collet-Sera casts him as a family man who becomes embroiled in dangerous mind games en route to work.

Vera Farmiga is the alluring mystery woman who gets Liam in over his head – and yes, there's a fraught phone call scene to keep fans happy. The Commuter is released on 19th January.


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