New Trailers: Newark’s Many Saints, Foundation, Beckett and more


Good fight returned to his very strange and fun roots this week and introduced Mandy Patinkin – let’s say an “unconventional” judge, and it’s like my favorite character Homeland got a new job. I know everyone probably has a maximum of how many streaming channels they can / want to subscribe to, however Good fight is reason enough to at least check out Paramount Plus. And I have no idea what will happen in the next episode Log but (mild spoiler in front!) I can’t imagine the two pruned characters staying pruned.

This week we will finally get the first review at the forefront Sopranoes and a new look for a new one Masters of the universe show.

Many Saints in Newark

In this foreword Sopranoes, Michael Gandolfini plays Tony Soprano, an iconic role that won several awards for his father James. Michael is a young Tony where directed by Alan Taylor tells the story of Dickie Moltisant (Alessandro Nivola) – Sopranoes‘Christopher – the man who made Tony the one he became. We get a glimpse of Vera Farmiga in Liviana, who seems to be playing the matriarch as ice cold as the late, gorgeous Nancy Marchand. Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll and Ray Liotta also act Many Saints in Newark, which will hit theaters and HBO Max on October 1st.


An American tourist vacationing in Greece gets into a car accident, and when he wakes up, he gets into a conspiracy and people shoot him. Mr. Beckett doesn’t seem to have the same skill as Jason Bourne, which, however, is likely to complicate matters a bit as he tries to figure out what the hell is going on and tries to get into the U.S. embassy. John David Washington and Alicia Vikander starring Beckett, which hits Netflix on August 13th.


Another teaser trailer Foundation finally gives us a release date for this long-awaited series based on Isaac Asimov novels. Hari Seldon (Jared Harris) has predicted the collapse of the Galactic Empire, so it must build a foundation for the preservation of human knowledge. Along with Harris, Lee Pace will perform as Brother Dayna and Lou Llobell as Gaal Dornick. Foundation premiere on September 24 on Apple TV Plus, new episodes every Friday.

Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Part 1

We got a teaser from Kevin Smith’s revival of He-Man’s adventures in June, and now we’re getting a full trailer. It’s not a retelling of the He-Man story, but rather continues after the end of the original TV show in 1985. Chris Wood, Mark Hamill, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Lena Headley and Mark Hamill (as skeleton) voices Masters of the Universe, which debuted on Netflix on July 23rd.


In this trailer, Kate Beckinsale kicks things and players up, but she’s not vampire; instead, he has a rare disorder that makes him furious unless he receives regular shock treatments from Stanley Tuccil. Naturally, he meets a guy who isn’t horrified by his shocking state (sorry), and of course he’s killed and the cops think he’s doing so, so he has to take a revenge kick. Bobby Cannavale, Jai Courtney, Laverne Cox and Susan Sarandon also star in Jolt coming to Amazon Prime Video on July 23rd.

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