JOE Trailers Weekly - Sylvester Stallone's new crime drama series should be a must watch 2 weeks ago

JOE Trailers Weekly - Sylvester Stallone's new crime drama series should be a must watch

It comes from Terence Winter, who created Boardwalk Empire and wrote the screenplay for The Wolf of Wall Street.

Welcome back once again to JOE's trailer column, where we compile the best movie and TV trailers released in the past week for your viewing pleasure.


You can check out the best offerings of the past seven days below.


Tulsa King


Clip via Paramount Plus

Our trailer of the week is for Tulsa King, a new crime drama series with some major talent involved both onscreen and behind the scenes.

Sylvester Stallone of Rambo and Rocky fame stars in the show as New York mafioso Dwight "The General" Manfredi, who has just been released from prison after 25 years.

Having been excited about his release, he is disappointed when his boss exiles him to set up shop all the way out in Tulsa in Oklahoma.


"Realizing that his mob family may not have his best interests in mind, Dwight slowly builds a "crew" from a group of unlikely characters, to help him establish a new criminal empire in a place that to him might as well be another planet," the plot synopsis reads.

Co-starring in the series with Stallone are Andrea Savage (Step Brothers), Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) and Martin Starr (Silicon Valley), as well as some familiar faces from some of the best crime dramas of recent years like Domenick Lombardozzi (The Wire), Max Casella (The Sopranos) and Vincent Piazza (Boardwalk Empire).

Meanwhile, the series is produced by Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone) and will be showrun by Terence Winter who wrote on The Sopranos, penned the screenplay for The Wolf of Wall Street and created Boardwalk Empire.

Can Tulsa King live up to some of those great projects? You can find out when it premieres on the Paramount+ streaming service on 13 November.


For the week's other big trailers, take a look below.


Clip via Universal Pictures Ireland

This romcom about two men (Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane) with commitment problems who attempt a relationship is out in Irish cinemas on 28 October.



Clip via Netflix

Ana de Armas plays Marilyn Monroe in this adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates's historical fiction novel of the same name.

JOE wrote about the trailer in greater depth here. The movie lands on Netflix on 23 September.


Clip via Netflix

Speaking of Netflix, Dakota Johnson stars in this Jane Austen adaptation arriving on the streamer on 15 July.

My Policeman

Clip via Amazon Prime Video UK

This romantic drama is set in the 1950s in Brighton and centres on a gay policeman named Tom (Harry Styles) who marries a school teacher named Marion (Emma Corrin) while being in a relationship with Patrick (David Dawson), a museum curator.

My Policeman is set for a cinema release on 21 October before it drops on Prime Video on 4 November.


Clip via Movieclips Trailers

Dublin actress Alisha Weir and Emma Thompson star in this musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's popular children's novel that arrives in cinemas on 2 December.

Only Murders in the Building Season 2

Clip via Disney Plus UK and Ireland

Moving onto TV, Martin Short, Selena Gomez and Steve Martin return for the second season of this acclaimed mystery comedy which premieres on Disney+ on 28 June.

Westworld Season 4

Clip via HBO

Last but not least, this epic sci-fi series about androids who become sentient is back for its fourth season on 27 June on Sky Atlantic and NOW.