Small Trailers: 10/29 – 11/4

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

A Weekly Look at Movies and (sometimes) Series Trailers From the Past Week 

In addition to the weekly blog articles initiative that started with the first Small Films issue. We’ll look back at each trailer with Small Trailers, a new series that will come out every weekend. Trailers are a work of art on their own and can sometimes be even more exciting than the movie they’re advertising.  

So enjoy our first edition of Small Trailers and follow us on every social media for more content and updates of reviews, movie lists, articles, and the weekly trailers each weekend. Did we miss one trailer? Please let us know in the comments. 

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

Let’s start this week by looking back at a trailer that I’m very excited about. The new Planet of the Apes trilogy blew my mind with their cutting-edge photorealistic effects and body motion technology. 

In this upcoming sequel, ape societies have grown in this sequel, reducing humans to feral status. According to the trailer, the world-building and visuals won’t disappoint. 

Directed by Wes Ball, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes will be released on May 24th, 2024.

The Fall Guy

First of all, Bon Jovi sucks, and that song was a terrible choice for a movie trailer. However, Ryan Gosling plays a stuntman, Emily Blunt a bossy stunt coordinator, and the direction of former stuntman and coordinator David Leitch is enough to forget this was a generic movie trailer with a Bon Jovi song and see what they can do together. 

This action comedy about an unlikely hero hits theaters on March 1st, 2024. Let’s hope we get another fun flick from the director of Deadpool 2 and Bullet Train. 

The Boy and the Heron

The legendary Hayao Miyazaki is back, and as one of the trailer critics says, it does look like his magnum opus. Though the trailer doesn’t give too much about the plot, it has enough visuals to know it will be an adventure in the same vein as some of his best movies. So, let’s get ready for another epic animated adventure. 

The English version, with an incredible cast of voice actors, will be in theaters nationwide this December 8th. If a new Studio Ghibli film directed by the legendary filmmaker himself wasn’t enough. It will be available in IMAX. I can’t wait to be immersed in it. 

Godzilla Minus One

Though the new Godzilla film looks like a remake of the 1954 film that started it all, we can trust Japanese film veteran Takashi Yamazaki. He’s done many successful film adaptations. This new iteration of post-World War 2 Gojira promises not to be an exception in Yamazaki’s illustrious career. 

December looks exciting for Japanese pop culture lovers cause this one’s in theaters nationwide on December 1st. 


In case you didn’t know, Marvel Studios would bring the original Avengers for a new movie. That’s obviously a bad idea and a sign Disney is struggling with their properties, but this trailer gives me hope. It starts with the title character as a child, being bullied by an adult on the street. It is followed by Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk looking as close to the comic books as ever and punching the hell out of the bully. 

As soon as I watched the blood on Kingpin’s hand, I was sure I wasn’t the only one getting his blood pumping for this new gritty, TV MA-rated Marvel series. By the look of it, this will be a good cross between the comic book look of the MCU and the realistic take on the comics from the Netflix shows. And I wouldn’t want it any other way. 

Set your Disney+ profile for adults and binge all episodes on January 10th. 

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