Tuesday, August 1, 2017


FBI Agents Dig Deep Inside the World of Serial Killers in Netflix's 'Mindhunter' Trailer

David Fincher and Netflix‘s Mindhunter has an official trailer showing off two FBI profilers and a myriad of psychopaths. The series — which is co-produced by Charlize Theron — is based on John Douglas’ memoir of the same name and centers around two FBI agents (Jonathan Groff & Holt McCallany) who track down serial killers. The trailer asks the question if serial killers are born or formed, which sets our protagonists on a trajectory of a sinister investigation.
Check out the trailer above and check out the new series on October 13.
Image CreditNetflix
Netflix's 'Voltron: Legendary Defender' Season 3 Trailer Showcases Prince Lotor's Wrath

Airing only eight months after the second season dropped its 24 episodes on NetflixVoltron: Legendary Defender has released an action-packed trailer to promote its next season. From what’s seen in the trailer, Prince Lotor is rallying support from the Galra empire in wake of Zarkon’s defeat. After losing Shiro and now with an unpredictable new enemy arriving, the paladins are struggling to find their bearings and without being able to form Voltron, they’re at a huge disadvantage this season.
Can they come together in time to fight Lotor? Check out the new episodes on Netflix August 4 and watch the trailer above for now. Netflix has also recently released the trailer for Mindhunter, a thriller that follows FBI agents searching for psychopaths.
Watch Noomi Rapace Play Her Toughest Role yet in Netflix's 'What Happened to Monday' Trailer

Netflix has dropped a trailer to promote their upcoming movie What Happened to Monday, which features a future facing overpopulation and famine. The government puts a one child policy into effect, which forces seven twins (all played by Noomi Rapace) to undertake a single identity in society for decades until they’re discovered. The film stars Rapace alongside strong names like Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe, who is hot off of Netflix’s Death Note adaptation.
What Happened to Monday is directed by Tommy Wirkola and is set to debut on August 18.

No comments:

Post a Comment