Coming Soon Trailers: Mission Impossible Fallout, Teen Titans Go!

Coming Soon Trailers: Mission Impossible Fallout, Teen Titans Go!
See, they have to call it MI: Fallout because MI:6 is another spy's digs.

Coming Soon Trailers: Mission Impossible Fallout, Teen Titans Go!

The Teen Titans get their first feature film while Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible franchise logs its sixth!

Coming Soon Trailers: Mission Impossible Fallout, Teen Titans Go!
See, they have to call it MI: Fallout because MI:6 is another spy’s digs.

It seems Impossible, but Teen Titans Go to the Movies is only the second movie that is NOT a sequel to get a wide release this month.  Luckily, Tom Cruise has got roman numerals to spare when it comes to his MI series.  Alongside these titans, the indie hit Blindspotting expands into 500 theaters this week, looking to compete with Leave No Trace and Sorry to Bother You.

Wide Release.

Mission Impossible: Fallout.

Ethan Hunt (Cruise) must join forces with a rival agent in the CIA (Henry Cavill) in order to prevent an arms dealing group called the Apostles from detonating bombs at the three largest religious sites in the world.

 

Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.

The teen titans live in the shadow of their adult DC superhero counterparts. Of particular concern is that Hollywood doesn’t care about their younger adventures!  That changes when their arch-enemy uses movies to brainwash the Justice League, making the titans the only heroes left in tinsel town.

Limited Release.

Blindspotting.

Two friends, one black and one white, try to make it through the last three days of Collin’s probation.  When they witness a shooting by a police officer, it threatens Collin’s chance at freedom and strains their friendship as they grapple with the legal, ethical, and racial implications of the killing.

Video on Demand.

Our House.

A desperate couple use a machine that promises to bring back lost loved ones.  It works initially, but repeated attempts bring back something sinister instead.

14 Cameras.

A family discovers a deal on a summer rental too good to be true.  The low price is masking evil intentions as the owner has installed cameras to spy on them, and sell their privacy to the highest bidder.

The Bleeding Edge (Netflix).

This documentary explores the 400 billion dollar market for American medical devices, and the often lax oversight and profit driven industries that surround them.

Extinction (Netflix).

A man with horrific dreams thinks he’s losing his mind…until Aliens invade and his dreams become the one hope of understanding and stopping them.

The Row.

Riley is a freshman exploring the sorority life on campus.  Her father is a detective investigating the deaths of several young women at the school.  Their paths both seem to lead to an enigmatic sorority house.

Dead Night.

A family vacationing in a remote Oregon cabin discover a young woman stranded in the snow.  By helping her they invite danger into their picturesque vacation.

The Barn.

Two teens road tripping with friends discover an abandonned barn along the way.  Postponing their “Devil’s Night” concert experience in order to explore, and find horror waiting for them.

About Neil Worcester 1162 Articles
Neil Worcester is currently a freelance writer and editor based in the Portland, Maine area. He has developed a variety of content for blogs and businesses, and his current focus is on media and food blogging. Follow him on Facebook and Google+!

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.