From Cobra Kai to The Matrix Resurrections, Here Are This Week’s Biggest Trailers

More than a week into December and the holiday season still looks fun and bright, with plenty of new movies, TV shows, and video games coming up in the coming weeks and months as 2021 comes to a close and 2022 looms. From season premieres to blockbusters coming in just in time to well into the end of the year, there have been plenty of trailers to keep audiences excited and warm in the final weeks of the year as winter approaches.

Here are all the biggest trailers, teasers, and promotions released in the second week of December 2021, including new original programming set to premiere on Disney+, Netflix, Peacock, Hulu, HBO Max, and Paramount+. Trailers that debuted during The Game Awards 2021 have received their own collection, available to read here.


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belle

The latest project from popular anime film maker Mamoru Hosoda will hit the big screen in the US next month with belle. Originally titled Japan original as Dragon and Princess Freckles, The North American Limited Theatrical Show has revealed its official English-language cast while providing its own twist on Beauty and the beast fairy tale.

Directed by Mamoru Hosoda, Belle will receive a limited theatrical release in North America on January 14.

boba fett book

After his death-defying return to the world of Star Wars on… The MandalorianCelebrity bounty hunter Boba Fett is back with a vengeance in his Disney+ series, boba fett book. The latest trailer for the upcoming series picks up a place Mandalorian The end of Season Two is interrupted, as the armored mercenary and his assassin partner, Fink Shand, begin to make a name for themselves across the outer edge.


Boba Fett’s book premieres December 29 on Disney+.

Cobra Kai

The fate of the martial arts scene in the San Fernando Valley hangs in the balance as old rivalries reignite and new alliances form in the Cobra Kai Season 4: The latest trailer for the upcoming season Daniel Larseau and Johnny Lawrence struggle to work together and train their joint students for a local martial arts championship while villainous Terry Silver re-emerges with his old friend John Chris.

Season 4 of Cobra Kai premiered December 31 on Netflix, written by Josh Held, John Horowitz, and Hayden Schlossberg.

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Demon Slayer

Demon SlayerThe story of the popular manga “Entertainment District” is adapted in the second season of the popular animated series, in which Tanjiro and his friends help Sound Hashira in a neon-lit area of ​​a major city on a new mission. With demons linked to a series of disappearances, monster hunters will get their hands dirty as the new story arc begins to pick up on the stakes.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba releases new episodes on Sundays and is available to stream via Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Dragon: The Nine Realms

Popular How to train your dragon The franchise is making the leap from the fictional Viking period to the present with its upcoming TV animated series Dragon: The Nine Realms. Following a group of teenagers at a research facility located near a gigantic cleft deep in the earth, the reappearance of dragons from the chasm sets the group of friends on a soaring adventure of legend and magic.


Developed for TV by John Tellegen, Dragons: The Nine Realms premieres December 23 on Hulu and Peacock.

Hello

After years of developing Hell, as a feature film and television series, the popular video game franchise Hello It’s finally set to come to Paramount+ next year with a live-action TV adaptation on a big budget. As humanity is pushed to the brink by a devastating war against an extraterrestrial charter, Master Chief prepares to end the fight and lead his fellow Marines against overwhelming opposition.

Developed for television by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane, Halo premieres in early 2022 on Paramount+.


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Harry Potter

The latest special coming to HBO Max repackages Harry Potter The cast and crew of the film series reflect on the 20th anniversary of the release of the incredibly successful film series. .’s latest trailer Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Back to Hogwarts It reveals the lead actors are back together to explore familiar sets while showing previously unseen footage to commemorate the milestone.

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Back to Hogwarts premieres January 1st on HBO Max.

hook

with hook The trailer for the series’ penultimate episode is fast approaching, and Clint Barton and Kate Bishop realize they’ll have to pull all attempts if they hope to survive the growing number of enemies they pursue. And with a new threat targeting Clint and the Tracksuit Mafia still at large, the Archers will need plenty of trick arrows to survive.


Written by Jonathan Igla, Hawkeye releases new episodes every Wednesday on Disney+.

McGruber

After a popular line Saturday Night Live Sketches and feature film adapted in 2010, re-produced by Will Forte MacGyver A satirical character MacGruber in the eponymous TV series is coming to Peacock this month. Even on TV, the upcoming sitcom doesn’t pull the punches, with characters just as hilarious as ever as MacGruber breaks out of prison in time to save the day.

Directed by Jorma Taccone, MacGruber premieres December 16 on Peacock.

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Resurrection Matrix

Eighteen years since 2003 Matrix RevolutionsFilm audiences are preparing to re-enter the digital surreal world created by the Wachowskis more than twenty years ago Resurrection Matrix. The film’s final theatrical connection reconnects Neo and Trinity as they struggle to remember their past lives together as the ghost of Agent Smith looms over a renewed war between humanity and machines.

Directed, produced and co-written by Lana Wachowski, The Matrix Resurrections opens in cinemas and arrives at HBO Max on December 22.

Operation Fortune

Celebrity director Guy Ritchie reunites with his longtime collaborator Jason Statham for a new free-form game Capper Operation Fortune: The Rise of War To start the new year. Starring Statham as international spy Orson Fortune, the film prompts him to recruit an American movie star played by Josh Hartnett to his team of crack agents to stop a deadly weapons deal.


Directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie, Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre opens in theaters January 21.

Riverdale

as Riverdale Season 6 continues, with the five-part “Rivervale” story ending as Jughead Jones struggles with his vision of an alternate universe version of his hometown. Much to Jughead’s concern is the return of Cheryl Blossom’s long-deceased brother Jason, as Jughead sees his doppelganger dead as he fears a paradox may form between the parallel universes.

Developed for television by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Riverdale Season 6 airs on Tuesdays on The CW, with new episodes available to stream the next day on the CW app.


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Sonic the Hedgehog 2

After the resounding success of last year’s Sonic the Hedgehog movie, the popular Sega video game character is back in theaters for an all-new sequel in April with… Sonic the Hedgehog 2. After the previous movie, mad doctor Robotnik teams up with Knuckles the Echidna to collect the Chaos Emeralds, with Sonic and Tails reuniting to prevent the evil duo from unleashing destruction.

Directed by Jeff Fowler, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 opens in theaters April 8.

Spider-Man: There is no room for home

with Spider-Man: There is no room for homeTheatrical release soon, almost every day sees a new teaser or TV ad heralding the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest promo has bruised and bloodied Spider-Man as he finds himself mired in familiar super-villains from other worlds, outnumbering the MCU webslinger in an epic battle to be remembered.


Directed by John Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in theaters December 17.

Star Wars: Hunters

Online players are about to reach that galaxy far, far away with the upcoming battlefield game Star Wars: Hunters. The new trailer for the game features plenty of classic planets and locations from across the Star Wars Universe as players battle them out in frantic gameplay of four to four battles, with each playable character featuring their own unique fighting abilities.

Star Wars: Hunters is developed by Zynga and NaturalMotion and published by Zynga in 2022 for Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices.


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Superman and Louis

The Man of Steel feels the pressure in the latest trailer for Superman and Louis Season two, from his relationship with the US Army to the tension with his family life. As Superman faces questions about his loyalty to the United States, Lois Lane admits that her dynamic with her husband Clark Kent has been on hold for months, as their children notice that everything seems to be on the home front.

Developed for television by Greg Berlanti and Todd Helbing, the second season of Superman & Lois premieres January 11 on The CW.


Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The classic slasher movie of 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre Gets a fresh new movie on Netflix in February, titled Simply Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Following the example he set in 2018 Halloween Revival and its sequel Halloween killsThe upcoming horror film ignores all events except for the 1974 original where Leatherface threatens a new generation of victims for what is guaranteed to be a bloody showdown.

Directed by David Blue Garcia, Texas Chainsaw Massacre premieres February 18 on Netflix.

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