Tiger King 2, Cowboy Bebop, Eternals, Lightyear and Witcher Trailer Roundup

As fast as it started, October 2021 has already come to an end and also closes this year’s Halloween season. And while November is looming on the horizon, there are still plenty of tricks and treats to pick up! The Marvel Cinematic Universe returns to both the big and small screens next month, a whole wave of new anime premieres unfolds the rest of the year, and a new set of video games is launched before the holiday season really begins.

Here are all the biggest and best trailers, teasers and promos from the last week of October 2021, including a sneak peek at original shows coming to Amazon Prime Video, Disney + and Netflix in the coming weeks and months.


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Clerk

One of the most fan-friendly filmmakers in the game who helped bring nerd culture into the mainstream is Kevin Smith, who began his prolific career with the 1994 hit indie film Clerks. Smith’s life and career are the subject of the new documentary Clerk, with interviews from those who know the filmmaker best, as Smith regains his own personal drive and motivation to make the kind of film he would like to make.

Directed by Malcolm Ingram, Clerk premieres on November 23 in digital HD.

Cowboy Bebop

One of the biggest, most stylish premieres coming to Netflix in November is the live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, starring John Cho as the slick bounty hunter Spike Spiegel as he and his friend Jet Black sail around the cosmos and get into trouble. The latest trailer for the upcoming TV series shows the tense, trigger-happy dynamic between Spike and his new partner, Faye Valentine, while teasing some epic action sets.

Cowboy Bebop was developed for television by Andre Nemec and premieres on November 19 on Netflix.

Eternal

As Marvel Studios prepares its sweeping return to the big screen with Eternal, the latest promo for the film makes it explicitly clear that the film is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Eternal Kingo rejects Thor and Spider-Man for being considered among the Earth’s Most Powerful Heroes as the group prepares for a renewed showdown against the Deviants.

Eternals is directed and co-written by Chloe Zhao and premieres in theaters on November 5th.

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Extraterrestrial boys and girls

Renowned anime filmmaker Mitsuo Iso is back with his first original anime project in 14 years with Extraterrestrial boys and girls, set for a simultaneous cinema and home video release in two parts next year. The two-part film follows a young girl named Yasako in a near future story that causes her to investigate strange disturbances that blur the line between the real world and augmented reality.

Extra-Terrestrial Boys & Girls is written and directed by Mitsuo Iso and premieres on January 28 in Japan, with the second part scheduled to premiere on February 11.

The girls’ front line

A new anime adaptation for the popular mobile game franchise The girls’ front line comes to January with a new trailer showing a world where lifelike combat robots, called T-Dolls, perform dangerous missions across a war-torn landscape. However, T-Dolls quickly go from saving human lives to becoming the possible source of total annihilation when a malicious artificial intelligence takes over, pitting T-Dolls against humanity for an epic conflict.

Directed by Shigeru Ueda, Girls’ Frontline premieres in January 2022.

Hawkeye

Christmas is coming early for MCU, with Hawkeye to bring two avenging archers together to call in the Christmas holidays. The latest promo for the Disney + series has led Clint Barton to team up with aspiring superhero Kate Bishop to take up the fight against the lowlife Tracksuit Dracula gang, as the two heroes face gangsters with everything from trick arrows to molotov cocktails to ensure that they live long enough to see. the new year.

Hawkeye was developed for television by Jonathan Igla and premieres on November 24 at Disney +.

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Light year

While Buzz Lightyear may be essentially a live action character Toy Story series, the latest Pixar animated film Light year explores the man behind the legend. The animated film’s first teaser trailer reveals the fearless Space Ranger blasting away through space, teasing alien encounters before Lightyear is introduced to his iconic uniform, ready to go to infinity and beyond.

Lightyear is directed by Angus MacLane and opens in theaters on June 17.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation

While the first part of Masters of the Universe: Revelation had ended up on a gloomy cliffhanger where Prince Adam was stabbed and Skeletor claimed the sword of power, hope is reborn in the first trailer for next month Part 2. Adam reveals that he has survived, shocking Skeletor by intervening in the Power of Grayskull without his signature sword, transforming into Savage He-Man and turning the evil warlord into an epic rematch.

Created by Kevin Smith, Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 premieres on November 23 on Netflix.

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

The classic 2006 Pokémon game Pokémon Diamond and Pearl gets an improved remake next month for the Nintendo Switch with the appropriate title Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl as Nintendo’s bestseller series continues to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The latest trailer for the remake features the introduction of Team Galactic, ready to threaten the Pokémon Trainer protagonist as they explore the Sinnoh region.

Developed by ICLA and released by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl will be released on November 19 for the Nintendo Switch.

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The Quintuplets

After the successful first two seasons of the romantic comedy-anime series The Quintuplets, the story continues in an anime movie scheduled for premiere next year, with a teaser trailer revealing the eponymous quintet having fun in a water park. Based on the manga series by Negi Haruba, the series follows a young teacher named Futaro Uesugi, who is destined to marry one of the fives from the wealthy Nakano family he is hired to help with their studies.

The Quintessential Quintuplets anime movie is slated to premiere in the summer of 2022. The first two seasons of the anime series are currently available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation.

King Shaman

After the premiere in August last year, King Shaman the restart of the anime series is ready to launch its next story arc in Japan. The latest trailer for the anime, based on the manga series of the same name by Hiroyuki Takei, has Leaf and Anna meet Matamune, the spirit of a beloved domestic cat named Hao Asakura, who has since wandered around the world for centuries, and comes into all sorts of magical mischief.

Directed by Joji Furuta, the first 13 episodes of Shaman King’s restarted anime series are now available to stream on Netflix.

Star Ocean: The Divine Force

The popular RPG franchise The Star Ocean returns to modern consoles next year with the new game Star Ocean: The Divine Force. Unlike previous parts of the series, The divine power will allow players to more freely explore the game’s environments where movement is similar Monster hunter franchise as they cross new worlds as part of an epic adventure.

Star Ocean: The Divine Force was developed by tri-Ace and released by Square Enix and will be released for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC in 2022.

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Tiger King 2

One of 2020’s biggest surprise TV hits was Netflix’s original documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, which explores the ridiculously true story of rivalry and profit among private animal keepers specializing in big cats. While the documentary ended with the real character Joe Exotic behind bars for convicted crime, a trailer for its upcoming sequel suggests that only the surface of the story has been told so far, with even more shocking revelations waiting.

Directed by Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin, Tiger King 2 premieres on November 17 on Netflix.

Wheel of Time

One of Amazon Prime Video’s biggest original series premieres this year is the upcoming fantasy series Wheel of Time. Adapting the novel series of the same name by Robert Jordan, the series follows the powerful magician named Moiraine, who escorts a group of young people around the world and believes that one of them is destined to either save world or destroy it. The latest trailer for the series provides an innovative 360-degree look at the fantasy world to provide an even more immersive experience.

The Wheel of Time was developed for television by Rafe Judkins and premieres on November 19 on Amazon Prime Video.

The Witcher

The latest trailer for The Witcher Season 2 doubles on the monster hunting premise of the dark fantasy franchise, with Geralt of Rivia preparing to take on bruxa and a forest spirit known as Leshen when the series returns. Believing in Yennefer lost, Geralt escorts Princess Ciri to her old childhood home to protect her, while Ciri continues to come to terms with her own destructive potential.

Created by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, The Witcher Season 2 premieres on December 17 on Netflix.

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