We have an exciting selection of new trailers to view this week.
Debris – March 1st (NBC in America; no UK release date as yet)
When mysterious wreckage starts falling from the sky, a secret international agency is tasked with figuring out what it is, where it came from, and most importantly, what it can do. British agent Finola Jones and American agent Bryan Beneventi are partners who have very different styles — she’s warm, intuitive, and detail-oriented, and he’s charming, confident, and guarded.
However, they have no choice but to trust each other as they track down the hundreds of pieces of debris scattered across the Western Hemisphere. Each fragment has an unpredictable, powerful effect on the everyday people who find it, changing their lives in unexpected and often dangerous ways. Every discovery is also a race against time because shadowy outside forces want these powerful objects for their own nefarious purposes. Together, Finola and Bryan will uncover a new mystery, and the truth unfolds piece by piece.
Starring: Riann Steele; Gabrielle Ryan.
Biggie: I got a Story to Tell – March 1st (Netflix)
Every legend has an origin story. Christopher Wallace, AKA The Notorious B.I.G., remains one of Hip-Hop’s icons, renowned for his distinctive flow and autobiographical lyrics. This documentary celebrates his life via rare behind-the-scenes footage and the testimonies of his closest friends and family.
SAS Red Notice – March 12th (SKY Cinema)
Tom Buckingham (Sam Heughan – Outlander, Bloodshot) is a suspended special forces operator, is taking Dr Sophie Hart (Hannah John-Kamen – Resident Evil, Ant-Man & The Wasp) from London to Paris to propose. When their train is deep inside the Channel Tunnel, heavily armed mercenaries, led by Grace Lewis (Ruby Rose – John Wick: Chapter 2, Batwoman), seize control of it and hold everyone hostage. Grace threatens to blow up the Channel Tunnel and declare economic war on a government that has its fair share of secrets to keep. Unarmed and cut off from his counter-terror team, Tom is the only hope that Sophie and the other passengers have to make it out alive. To save them he must embrace the unique psychology that makes Grace such a formidable adversary.
Starring Hannah John-Kamen; Noel Clarke.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League – 18th March 2021 (HBO Max)
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash-it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.
Happily – 19th March (On-demand, and on digital)
After 14 years of marriage, Tom and Janet still can’t keep their hands off each other. When they discover their friends are resentful of their constant public displays of affection, the couple starts to question the loyalty of everyone around them. Then, a visit from a mysterious stranger thrusts them into an existential crisis, leading to a dead body, a lot of questions, and a very tense vacation.
Starring Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Why Women Kill, The Good Place, Killing Eve).
Nobody – 23rd April (Netflix, DVD, Amazon Prime, Hulu, release dates & streaming)
Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk – Better Caul Saul) is a mild-mannered family man who suffers from PTSD. One night, when two thieves break into his suburban home, he declines to defend himself or his family, thinking it will cause another traumatic experience.
Nobody is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ilya Naishuller (Hardcore Henry), from a script by Derek Kolstad, the narrative architect of the John Wick franchise, and co-stars legendary Emmy winner Christopher Lloyd as Hutch’s father and multi-hyphenate musician-actor RZA as Hutch’s brother, whose own hidden talents aid Hutch in his quest for vengeance.
Starring: Colin Salmon; RZA.