The new Jackass movie, a Kanye West documentary and 5 more trailers you might have missed this week 8 months ago

The new Jackass movie, a Kanye West documentary and 5 more trailers you might have missed this week

There were also trailers for a new horror from the studio behind Hereditary and a thriller from the director of the Ocean's Trilogy.

Welcome back to JOE's weekly trailer column where we cover some of the best movie and TV teasers to be released over the past seven days.

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In separate articles, we already covered newly dropped footage for Netflix's true crime documentary The Tinder Swindler and the gritty remake of '90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

However, plenty of other notable trailers came out in the last week which we've compiled for you below.

Jackass Forever

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Clip via Paramount Pictures

After 12 years, the Jackass crew - along with Eric André - are back for more outrageous pranks and stunts, the latter including bullfights, electrocutions, explosions, snakes and tarantulas.

For devotees of the franchise, the movie is set for an Irish release on 4 February.

Kimi

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Clip via Warner Bros. UK & Ireland

On top of playing Catwoman this year in The Batman, Zoë Kravitz will star in this new thriller from Steven Soderbergh, the director behind a number of acclaimed movies, including Contagion, Out of Sight and the Ocean's Trilogy.

Set during the Covid pandemic in Seattle, Kimi centres on an agoraphobic tech worker (Kravitz) who discovers evidence of a violent crime while reviewing a data stream and is met with resistance and bureaucracy when she tries reporting it to her company.

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Looking like a timely, techno-riff on a Hitchcockian thriller, Kimi will be released in the US on 10 February and will get a digital release in Ireland sometime after.

X

Clip via A24

Film distribution and production company A24 has been involved with some of the best horror movies of the last few years including but not limited to Hereditary, Midsommar and The Witch.

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Its hot streak in the genre looks set to continue with X, a new chiller from writer-director Ti West (The House of the Devil).

Set seemingly in the 70s or 80s, it centres on a film crew (including Jenna Ortega, Mia Goth and Scott Mescudi) who arrive at a secluded farmhouse in Texas to shoot an adult film but wind up in a scary situation.

Based on the stylish trailer, horror fans should be excited for X, which people can expect to come out in Ireland sometime after its US release on 18 March.

The Bob's Burgers Movie

Clip via 20th Century Studios IE

Popular animated sitcom Bob's Burgers will make the leap to the big screen with this movie scheduled for an Irish release on 27 May.

The plot description reads:

"The story begins when a ruptured water main creates an enormous sinkhole right in front of Bob's Burgers, blocking the entrance indefinitely and ruining the Belchers’ plans for a successful summer.

"While Bob and Linda struggle to keep the business afloat, the kids try to solve a mystery that could save their family's restaurant."

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

Clip via Netflix

One for music fans, Jeen-yuhs is a three-part documentary over 20 years in the making that bills itself as an "intimate and revealing portrait" of Kanye West.

Netflix says the project, which will be released over three weeks, will showcase both the rapper's formative days trying to break through and his life today as a global brand and artist.

The first part of the trilogy arrives on the streamer on 16 February.

Suspicion

Clip via Apple TV

Moving onto television, this Apple TV+ series centres on five ordinary British people accused of kidnapping the son of a prominent US media mogul (Uma Thurman) who embark on a desperate race against time to prove their innocence.

Consisting of eight episodes, Suspicion lands on the streaming service on 4 February

Raised by Wolves: Season 2

Clip via Sky TV

Raised by Wolves, a sci-fi series executive produced by Ridley Scott, returns for its second season on NOW and Sky Atlantic very soon.

For those unaware, the beautifully shot and thematically rich show tells the story of androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious planet.

If you haven't watched its first season, which premiered in 2020 to pretty good reviews, now is the time to catch up as the series is back sometime in March, though an exact date is yet to be confirmed.