Trailers of the Week: Divinity, Young Love, Lessons in Chemistry

Plus Fall of the House of Usher and Nyad

Trailer Agency: Silk Factory

Divinity is a science-fiction thriller, written and directed by Eddie Alcazar (Tapia, Perfect). The trailer transports us to a world of immortals that's not all it’s cracked up to be. Experience this skin-crawling story on Nov. 3.

The Fall of the House of Usher
Trailer Agency: MOCEAN

Director Mike Flanagan puts a fresh spin on Poe's classic tale. This version revolves around the head of a pharmaceutical company whose kids begin dying in horrific ways. Start binging on Oct. 12. 

Lessons in Chemistry
Apple TV
Trailer Agency: Wild Card Creative Group

A new miniseries, based on Bonnie Garmus' novel. Set to the tune of Harry Styles' "Sign of the Times," the preview takes us back to the '50s, where a former scientist, played by Brie Larson, starts a cooking show to educate and unite housewives. Episodes roll on Oct. 13.

Trailer Agency: GrandSon Creative

This sports bio-pic is based on the life story of long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad. Set to Love's "Everybody's Gotta Live," the clip features Annette Bening as Nyad, tackling the challenge of swimming 100 miles, from Cuba to Florida, at age 60. The film drops on Nov. 3.

Young Love
Trailer Agency: Aspect

Young Love is a 12-episode spin-off of Matthew A. Cherry's award-winning short film Hair Love. Through delightful animation, we follow the travails and triumphs of a young Black family. Issa Rae and Scott Mescudi provide voices. Feel the love on Sept. 21.

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