Here are some trailers that caught our attention this week…
A Christmas Story Christmas
Trailer Agency: MOCEAN
It wouldn't be Christmas without A Christmas Story, and now, there's a sequel. A Christmas Story Christmas follows Ralphie, played again by Peter Billingsley, as he navigates the holiday season—as an adult. The trailer teases adult Ralphie alongside the original's iconic lines. We triple dog dare you to watch A Christmas Story Christmas on Nov. 17.
Trailer Agency: Big Picture
Creed is back for round three. Following the last Creed in 2018, it's the ninth film in the Rocky franchise and Michael B. Jordan's feature directorial debut. The trailer shows that five years have passed, and Donnie, played by Jordan, is back in the ring, and this time, fighting his childhood past. Creed 3 comes out March 3.
The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself
Trailer Agency: Silk Factory
Now, that's a title! The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself is a new fantasy series based on the 2014 English young adult novel Half Bad. The trailer features an ensemble cast led by the main character Nathan, an illegitimate son of a dangerous witch, in this coming-of-age tale. The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself will be streaming Oct. 28.
Trailer Agency: Northern Lights Agency
The English is a modern take on the Western genre. The new miniseries is an internationally collaborated project that intertwines adventure, comedy and horror. The trailer reveals an Englishwoman, played by Emily Blunt, in 1890 in the American West, looking for revenge on the man responsible for her son's death. Find out more on Nov. 11.
Welcome to Chippendales
Trailer Agency: BOND
Welcome to Chippendales! This is a new American drama miniseries inspired by the true story of Somen "Steve" Banerjee, the founder of Chippendales. The trailer shows the rise and fall of Steve, played by Kumail Nanjiani, and the creation of the first female strip club in the U.S. A world of luxury, right at your fingertips, streaming Nov. 22.