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Trailer trawl! Your round-up of the hottest new movie previews

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It was an epic week of trailers last week as we got insight into three of 2017's most exciting movie releases. We've rounded them up for your viewing pleasure.

T2: Trainspotting

Do you choose life? You soon will after watching the epic first trailer for Danny Boyle's Trainspotting sequel, one reuniting the old gang for another round of drug-fuelled, pop-filled mayhem. Ewan McGregor, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle and Ewen Bremner are all back after 20 years for the long-awaited sequel to one of the most influential and sensational British movies of all time. Will it live up to the considerable hype? Check out the trailer and judge for yourselves. T2 is released on 27th January 2017.


Wonder Woman

Hard as it is, it's time to put Lynda Carter's snazzy costume and armbands out of our minds – because Gal Gadot's warrior princess is set to tear up the macho DC superhero rulebook. This fresh glimpse at Monster director Patty Jenkins' comic book epic teases a look at the stylish World War I setting, across which our title character is set to blaze a trail with her distinctive shield. Check out the trailer below. The film is released on 2nd June 2017.


The LEGO Batman Movie

This Dark Knight might be pint-sized and made of plastic, but in terms of attitude and sheer hilarity he puts his live-action rivals in the shade. Will Arnett's LEGO Movie scene-stealer gets his much-deserved solo movie and it looks an absolute blast, with rib-tickling vocal support from Michael Cera as Robin and Ralph Fiennes as Alfred. Take a look at the trailer for the movie, released on 10th February 2017.


Which of the above trailers is your favourite? Tweet us @Cineworld with your thoughts.