New Trailers: 'The Magnificent Seven,' 'The Girl On the Train' and 'Star Trek Beyond'

New Trailers: 'The Magnificent Seven,' 'The Girl On the Train' and 'Star Trek Beyond'

Jul 18, 2016

It's a new week, and we've got some new trailers for you to focus on what good things are headed your way. Check out new trailers for a highly anticipated Western remake, a positively buzzing sci-fi sequel and an adaptation of a hit crime novel below.

 

The Magnificent Seven

If you've had any doubts about this redo, they'll be over once you watch this international trailer with its introduction to each member of the titular septet and their signature character traits. Denzel Washington looks tough, Chris Pratt looks like a lot of fun, as does Vincent D'Onofrio as a "bear wearing people clothes," and the Gatling gun brings the big action. Now we just need a little more focus on the black hat of this Western, played by Peter Sarsgaard. The movie hits theaters on September 23.

 

The Girl On the Train  

Even if you've read the book and know how the story ends, the new trailer for this movie is very appealing for the tone it's selling and especially the performances. Emily Blunt seems to be going above and beyond to portray the lonely alcoholic woman who can't remember the details of a murder she may have witnessed... or caused. Joining her for the intense-looking thriller are Rebecca Ferguson, Luke Evans, Allison Janney and Justin Theroux. See it in theaters starting October 7.

 

Star Trek Beyond  

"It's going to be so much fun," says Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) at the end of the final trailer for the latest Star Trek. And the sequel does certainly look like it, too. You don't even need to know that it's been getting terrific reviews. Just look at all the space spectacle and genuine good time being had by the winning ensemble. If you have any interest in this sort of movie, you have to be on board by now. Anything else would be illogical. Check out in theaters this weekend. 

 

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