Sebastian Stan, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, and Chadwick Bosemen in Avengers: Infinity War

Top 10: Trailers for 2018 Movies

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2018 has a lot of potential films out there that may hit or miss, much like 2017.  On paper, you just can’t be sure until you start to see the trailers.  For 2018, the trailers that have been released so far are nearly all for films January to February or big blockbuster franchises.  So, there may be releases coming in the first half of the year that will blow us away that we just haven’t seen any footage for yet.  Solo: A Star Wars Story has had to sit on the bench until The Last Jedi fades at the box office, but I think we’ll see our first look at that fairly soon, since Disney has five months to hype a Star Wars film people are on the fence or completely oblivious about.  Of the 2018 trailers released thus far, here are my ten favorite (Disney has the top 3, so it looks like another huge year for the biggest studio on Earth).

1. Avengers: Infinity War Trailer #1 (May 4th)

2. Black Panther Trailer #2 (February 16th)

3, The Incredibles 2 Teaser #1 (June 15th)

4. Annihilation Trailer #2 (February 22nd)

5. Sicario 2: Soldado Trailer #1 (June 29th)

6. Ready Player One Trailer #2 (March 30th)

7. 7 Days in Entebbe Trailer #1 (March 16th)

8. The New Mutants Trailer #1 (April 13th)

9. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22nd)

10. Tomb Raider Trailer #1 (March 14th)

3 thoughts on “Top 10: Trailers for 2018 Movies”

  1. I am confident in Avengers, Black Panther, and Incredibles, and nothing else quite yet.

    A half a year would be a good amount of time to hype a film in a sane world. But since that world eludes us, Disney really screwed up with its SW release schedule. I do not understand why a Solo trailer was not attached to TLJ.

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  2. I don’t know when I’ll be near a cinema next year so I don’t know what I might get to see or not but to be honest, I’m feeling next year is looking a little average. More sequels, reboots and general franchise films. That said, I’m certain other projects will get more attention closer to their releases.

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