Here are some trailers that caught our eye this week…
Trailer Agency: Zealot
BlackBerry is a Canadian feature based on the true story of the groundbreaking mobile phone company. The trailer gives a glimpse of the film's informative yet comedic take on 1996 Canada, with Jay Baruchel (This Is The End) and Glenn Howerton (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) creating technology that led us into the next century. Find out more on May 12.
Trailer Agency: Wild Card Creative Group
Chupa is a fantasy created by the team behind Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The trailer transports us to a world of epic adventure, enhanced by beautiful visual effects and viewed through the eyes of a boy who discovers a unique creature while visiting his grandfather in Mexico. Chupa will begin streaming on April 7.
Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All
Trailer Agency: Revolve Agency
An Ed Sheeran documentary! This four-part series highlights his fifth studio album ("Subtract," coming May 5). The trailer, set to Ed's music, shows some of the hitmaker's highs, lows and intimate moments around the world. Experience The Sum of it All on May 3.
Trailer Agency: BOND
Mrs. Davis is a new science-fiction series created by Damon Lindelof (Lost). Set to the throb of Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer," the clip teases a comedic adventure with Betty Gilpin (GLOW) as a nun who uses her faith to battle all-consuming technology. Mrs. Davis premiers on April 20.
Waco: The Aftermath
Waco: The Aftermath is a sequel to the 2018 series based on the tragic events of 1993. The trailer introduces some surviving Branch Davidians and explains the rise of various movements since the deadly siege 30 years ago. R.E.M.'s "Losing My Religion" provides the soundtrack. Start watching the five-episode series on April 14.