Hello and welcome to VultureHound‘s weekly news round-up, where we bring you the biggest and best news to come out of the film industry every Sunday.

This week, despite the Super Bowl being dubbed a bit of a disappointment both in terms of the game and the trailers, we’ve still got a fairly strong week for clips from upcoming films. On top of that, there’s a little bit of superhero/horror news to boot.

Read on to find out more!

spin-off plunges into horror territory

Picture credit: Warner Bros.

As you’re probably aware, Aquaman‘s done pretty well at the box office. So well, in fact, that it’s led Warner Bros. back into their old habit of greenlighting whatever superhero-related shit springs to mind, despite the fact they’ve yet to get a Superman sequel or a Flash solo film off the ground.

This week, the newest movie threatening to enter the DCEU is The Trench.

If the name sounds familiar, it’s because ‘The Trench’ is the name of those monstrous creatures Aquaman and Mera face off against in that horror-esque sequence of Aquaman, wherein they get ever closer to finding the lost trident of King Atlan.

What this movie will be about, however, is anyone’s guess. It’s meant to be a horror movie, which makes sense, but since it’s not actually an Aquaman sequel, so much as a spin-off, it presumably won’t feature any familiar heroic faces.

Will this movie actually go anywhere, or is it another idea waiting to be added on to the pile of failed DC productions? Only time will tell.

Aquaman is in cinemas now.


A ton of new trailers

Chris Evans / Picture credit: Marvel Studios

In terms of other news, while we could talk about the fact that World War Z 2 is no longer happening, or that Halloween 2 has found a new writer; those stories don’t necessarily feel like they need to be summed up any more than they just were. So instead, we’ll turn our attention to the ton of new trailers that came out this week, courtesy of the Super Bowl and fortunate timing.

First up, from the Super Bowl, we’ve got a teaser from  4, featuring the vocal talents of Key and Peele:

Alongside the Toy Story teaser, there were also trailers from the likes of Hobbs and Shaw that had already been released, as well as another tease for the highly anticipated :

Marvel was extra generous, also giving up another look at their next movie, :

In terms of actual trailers, this week also treated us to a look at the new, robotic Chucky in the Child’s Play remake:

And, perhaps best of all (in this writers opinion) comes ‘More Than You Can Handle’ as three generations of Shaft team up in the Kenya Barris-scripted Shaft:

Toy Story 4 hits cinemas on June 21st, Endgame on April 26th, Captain Marvel on March 8th, Child’s Play also on June 21st and Shaft on June 14th with an international Netflix release two weeks later.