I Know What You Did Last Summer reboot and 6 more big trailers you might have missed this week 2 years ago

I Know What You Did Last Summer reboot and 6 more big trailers you might have missed this week

All the best new TV and movie trailers from the week gone by...

Hello there and welcome to JOE's round-up of the most eye-catching movie and TV trailers that happened along this week.


From big names tackling Shakespeare to horror reboots to what at least one of the team has dubbed 'Collateral but with sexy vampires', there's plenty to sink our cinematic teeth into.

So let's get to it...

I Know What You Did Last Summer


Clip via Amazon Prime Video

The long-awaited (?) reboot of the popular enough 90s Scream knock-off – which spawned a bunch of sequels, but only the first one was really worth checking out – has Olivia Rodrigo on the soundtrack so you know it's a cool, contemporary and youthful approach.

You should also know the gist; a bunch of photogenic teens live to regret the car accident they caused. It's a TV series this time around, however, one landing on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, 15 October.

The Tragedy of Macbeth


Clip via A24

Denzel Washington as Macbeth.

Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth.


Corey Hawkins as Macduff.

Brendan Gleeson as King Duncan.

Directed by Joel Coen.

Shot in moody black and white.

We're in, of course.


The film arrives on Apple TV+ on Friday, 14 January, 2022.


Clip via Apple TV

Tom Hanks goes all vibrant science fiction – alongside a very cute dog and a strange robot – in what appears to be some kind of riff on Interstellar, The Martian, Death Stranding and Chappie.

Let's hope it's more like those first three than the last one.

Finch hits Apple TV+ on Friday, 5 November.

Night Teeth

Clip via Netflix

This would be the 'what if Collateral but with sexy vampires?' one.

Night Teeth takes a bite out of your Netflix queue on Wednesday, 20 October.


Clip via Apple TV

Does exactly what it says on the tin, this one.

"We are not alone," says the official Invasion plot synopsis. "Extraterrestrial beings have made their way to Earth from across the universe. Civilisation could collapse. And survival is up to you."

The great Sam Neill heads up the cast of this new TV show which debuts on Apple TV+ on Friday, 22 October.


Clip via STXfilms UK & Ireland

Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.

What more do you need?

Spencer hits cinemas – we still have those, you know – on Friday, 5 November.

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

Clip via STUDIOCANAL International

Benedict Cumberbatch and Claire Foy lead the line in the biography of Louis Wain, an English artist whose vivid work proved extremely divisive amongst the general public.

The film is set to arrive in Irish cinemas in early 2022.