TGIF. While you’re planning for the long weekend ahead, we’ve rounded up the top movie and TV trailers that you may have missed during the week.
A new El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie trailer revisited Jesse Pinkman’s journey, while Archie, Veronica, Betty, and Jughead are getting ready for their senior year in Riverdale Season 4. From AMC’s The Walking Dead to Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing’s creepy documentary Wrinkles The Clown, here are the top movies and TV shows to keep on your radar.
The Walking Dead
“Now is the end of the world, we will raise all dead.” (All the chills here.) The Walking Dead Season 10, which stars Danai Gurira and Norman Reedus, premieres October 6 on AMC.
Watch Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson drive each other mad in A24’s The Lighthouse, a chilling film about two lighthouse keepers living alone near the sea, which hits theaters on October 18.
AppleTV+ dropped a trailer for See, a fantasy-meets-futuristic series about a pair of twins believed to be the only humans that aren’t blind after a virus kills most of mankind. The show, which stars Jason Momoa as their father, is coming to AppleTV+ on November 1.
Wrinkles The Clown
Explore the day-to-day activities of a real-life Pennywise in the haunting documentary Wrinkles The Clown, which will debut in theaters on October 4. Who’s the man behind the eerie mask? No one knows.
Into the Dark: Uncanny Annie
Game night takes a hellish turn in Into the Dark: Uncanny Annie, the next episode of Hulu’s Into the Dark horror anthology series that will air on the streaming service October 4. When a group of friends unboxes some fun on Halloween night, they realize they’ll have to play along and not break the rules to survive.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
A country’s on the brink of war and a superpower family may be broken apart in Black Lightning Season 3, which is coming to The CW on October 7.
Lupita Nyong’o plays a music teacher who gets caught in a zombie apocalypse in the Hulu movie Little Monsters. The cheeky film, which features Taylor Swift sing-alongs, furry koalas, and more swearing than you can imagine, will have a limited release in theaters on October 8 and be available to stream on Hulu on October 11.
Castle Rock, a horror anthology series set in the Stephen King multiverse, is returning to Hulu on October 23. Lizzy Caplan stars as Annie Wilkes, a nurse by day and a serial killer by night, as she finds herself in working in Castle Rock, Maine.
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