We’ve already pointed out that the rigins of the play “In The Heights” go back as far as 1999, and it finally got a trailer clip which we helped to broadcast back in 2019 which many of us refer to as “The Before Times” based on how many things were pushed back based on the pandemic. If you didn’t see that post click HERE to be up to speed. Now it’s time to enjoy a brand-new trailer which is listed as the “Powerful” Trailer. Enjoy.
Storyline: “Lights up on Washington Heights… The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community. At the intersection of it all is the likeable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi, who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life.” (c/o Warner Brothers Pictures) Continue reading Warner Brothers Pictures: “In The Heights” Powerful Trailer→
It was only a few short days ago when Netflix released the Final Trailer for the action-adventure film “6 Underground” and if you didn’t see that you should click HERE to be up to speed. This film is now available to stream on the service so if you don’t have it yet, I must ask what you are waiting for. This Michael Bay film stars Ryan Reynolds and looks like a lot of explosive fun. Take a look at the Official Poster, premise and casting down below before you hit play on your means of streaming. It’s better to go into things like this with a little bit of background.
The origins of the play “In The Heights” go back as far as 1999, and now it’s creator Lin-Manual Miranda helps us all see it come to life on the big screen. Take a look down below at the first full trailer for “In The Heights” which comes at us next summer of 2020.
It was back in October that I first shared the trailer for the new Michael Bay film that will be premiering on Netflix in the coming week. This action-adventure flick features Ryan Reynolds who most know from the role of Deadpool. If you’ve interest in seeing that first clip just click HERE before moving on to the second one. It’s the Final Trailer for the release and I’ve even made sure to repeat the premise, casting and add the Official Poster. Enjoy.
There are those who have been convinced that Netflix is on the way out thanks to the cancellation of the Marvel Studios series but when you have films from Martin Scorcese on the “coming soon” sheet, I have to disagree. There is also a slam-bang action film from Michael Bay that star’s Deadpool’s own Ryan Reynolds and the first trailer for this exclusive is presented to you down below. Take a look at that and the premise and casting. I’ll return with some editorial after that.