Trailer Park–The “Mega-Sized, End of Summer” Edition

It’s time to catch up on some movie trailers, from DC Comics to Star Trek, and Star Wars to more Disney fairy tale movies, to a pair of new sci-fi series and a pair of British movies, a weird rock music biopic, and the return of Gregory Mcdonald’s intrepid reporter Irwin M. Fletcher aka Fletch.

Grab your coffee and get ready for a half hour of previews.

Where shall we begin?

How about DC Comics’ Hawkman taking the lead with the return of the Justice Society in this new trailer for Black Adam:

Here’s Jon Hamm and a fun cast in the first actual adaptation of a Gregory Mcdonald Fletch novel in Confess, Fletch:

Here’s two from the Star Wars series Andor:

Here’s some fun from the second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds:

The old is new again–again–in this trailer for the third season of Star Trek: Picard:

Chloe Moretz stars in this promising Prime Video sci-fi series, The Peripheral:

The greatest time travel story of them all returns in NBC’s reboot of Quantum Leap:

Along with popular live-action re-imaginings Ella Enchanted, Ever After, and The Huntsman movies, you have the magical and e delightful Enchanted, which is getting a cleverly named sequel, Disenchanted, and the return of stars Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, and James Marsden:

The long-announced live-action version of The Little Mermaid animated movie at last has a teaser:

The Love, Actually creators are back with their next rom-com, starring Lily James, Emma Thompson, and Shazad Latif, What’s Love Got to Do with It?

Another very British story is coming to theaters, starring Sally Hawkins, Steve Coogan, and Counterpart’s Harry Lloyd, all in The Lost King:

And last, but not least, the inspired casting of Daniel Radcliffe as Weird Al Yankovic in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story:

Confess, Fletch is coming September 16, 2022, to theaters and digital.  The new Quantum Leap begins September 19, 2022, on NBC.  Look for Andor on Disney+ beginning September 21, 2022.  Both Black Adam comes to theaters and The Peripheral arrives on Prime Video on October 21, 2022.  Weird is a Roku Original streaming on Roku November 4, 2022.  What’s Love Got to Do with It? is expected in theaters January 27, 2023.  The end of Star Trek: Picard begins February 16, 2023, on Paramount+.  The Little Mermaid arrives May 26, 2023.  The second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds doesn’t have an arrival date yet, but isn’t expected until 2023.

C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg

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