Superb Owl’s Trailer Hootenanny #4

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but sometimes we owls don’t mind the snow so much. Tasty prey leaves easy to follow tracks when we do need to pop out and, best of all, Gruffalos hibernate so we need not fear ending up as owl ice-cream.  So, as I nestle snug and warm in my tree-top house, what trailers have caught my eye this week?

Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (UK Release Date: 30 November 2018)

Disney’s reskinned continuation of the Tron franchise continues with our favourite characters Ralph (John C Reilly) and Vanelope (Sarah Silverman) embark on a brand new adventure to the wilds of the internet thanks to a newly installed arcade modem. The original was bags of fun and this one looks to be setting out not only to continue in the same way but throw some serious shade at “The Emoji Movie” by showing how these things should be done.

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Fahrenheit 451 (UK Broadcast Date: 2018)

Michael B Jordan is so hot right now, and this adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s seldom-more-timely novel sees him revisiting his Human Torch roots only this time it’s literature and knowledge which is getting his flame on. No scheduled broadcast date for this HBO production has been announced for the UK but in the meantime, allow the many, many images of warm, toasty fires chase away the outside cold once, you know, the chilling societal dread of book burning has subsided a bit.

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The Week Of (UK Release Date: 27 April 2018)

There’s some prey which is more fit for my cousin Adequate Vulture than me, and this carcass is one of them. Now, I actually quite like a lot of Adam Sandler’s stuff, certainly far more than you’re apparently allowed to but this looks really weak. Like, really, really weak. I’m not above picking off the weakest of prey but this is so close to deceased that I think I’ll pass. No wonder Netflix decided to bury it during the release of “Avengers: Infinity War” .

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That’s all for this week so until more new trailers hit, Owl be seeing you!

 

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