New Trailers You May Have Missed: F9, Old, Raya & the Last Dragon

If you checked out some of our most interesting Super Bowl trailers from the weekend, we were reminded a few more intriguing trailers were also introduced over the weekend. We may quibble about hoe “intriguing” these are, but you may find one or two interesting.


First up is the next M. Night Shyamalan thriller ‘Old’. The theatrical release calendar may remain in question as the industry weathers the pandemic; however, Universal, which has been devoted to the big screen experience throughout it all, is confident that the Shyamalan thriller will open on July 23 this year.


The studio, which has always had a presence during previous Big Games with trailers for F9, Jurassic World, and Skyscraper, revealed what Shyamalan’s new movie is all about as a trailer dropped at the Super Bowl.


Old - The Big Game Spot [HD]


Next is Disney’s upcoming heroine epic Raya and The Last Dragon scored a spot in the Super Bowl limelight on Sunday. Dropping a trailer during the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Disney gave viewers another look at its historic warrior flick featuring Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Gemma Chan, Sandra Oh, Daniel Dae Kim and more.

Raya and the Last Dragon comes from directors Don Hall and Carlos López Estrada and is set to premiere on Disney+ and in theaters on March 5


Raya and the Last Dragon | Big Game Ad


And finally, it’s been a while since we have heard from Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto and his ragtag group of speedsters — until the Super Bowl.


Universal Pictures dropped a new 30-second spot for Justin Lin’s F9: The Fast Saga, the next installment of the wildly popular box office blockbuster franchise. (via Deadline)


F9: The Fast Saga bows May 28, 2021.


F9 - The Big Game Spot




Did we miss any? Do you even care?

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Jamison Ashley

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