- Netflix dropped a teaser trailer for Season 2 of “Alice in Borderland” over the weekend.
- The trailer features a plant-dominated Shibuya, Tokyo, and the return of protagonists Ryōhei Arisu and Yuzuha Usagi as well as the supporting characters from Season 1.
- Season 2 seems to center around uncovering more mysteries about the games and returning home.
- An exact premiere date has not been announced, but it will premiere in December just as the first season did.
It’s more fun and games for the cast of “Alice in Borderland” in the new Season 2 Netflix teaser trailer.
First revealed as part of Netflix’s Tudum livestream event over the weekend, “Alice in Borderland” Season 2 sees the return of protagonists Ryōhei Arisu and Yuzuha Usagi, played by Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya, respectively. Castmates Ayaka Miyoshi, Dori Sakurada, Aya Asahina, Nijiro Murakami, Yutaro Watanabe, Tsuyoshi Abe, Sho Aoyagi and Riisa Naka reprise their roles as well. Newcomers to the series Tomohisa Yamashita and Kai Inowaki play the characters the King of Clubs and Matsushita, respectively.
- Netflix has dropped the official trailer for Season 3 of “Bling Empire.”
- The trailer shows an appearance from Chrishell Stause of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” and a newcomer, Devon Diep, who is connected to Kim.
- The newest season of "Bling Empire" will premiere on Oct. 5.
Back for a three-peat, Netflix released the first trailer for the third season of “Bling Empire” on Wednesday.
The trailer opens with cast members Mimi Morris and Kelly Mi Li dressing up in Mimi’s glamorous and giant closet.
- A gory new trailer for Mappa’s anime adaptation of “Chainsaw Man” was released Friday, announcing an October Crunchyroll debut just in time for the Halloween season.
- Based on the manga written and illustrated by Tatuski Fujimoto, “Chainsaw Man” takes place in a world where monsters called Devils are manifested in reality by collective human fears.
- The new trailer boasts the stunning animation Mappa has become known for, having worked on anime such as “Attack on Titan,” “Jujutsu Kaisen” and “”Vinland Saga.”
- The cast includes Kikinosuke Toya as Denji, Tomori Kusunoki (Natsume in “Deca-Dence”) as Makima, Shogo Sakata (Karin Sasaki in Fire Force) as Aki Hayakawa and Fairouz Ai (Jolyne Kujo in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean) as Power.
A gory new trailer for Mappa’s anime adaptation of “Chainsaw Man” was released Friday, announcing an October Crunchyroll debut just in time for the Halloween season.
Based on the manga written and illustrated by Tatuski Fujimoto, “Chainsaw Man” takes place in a world where monsters called Devils are manifested in reality by collective human fears. Denji, a destitute teenage Devil Hunter living with his pet Chainsaw Devil Pochita, is killed trying to clear his late father’s debt. Betrayed and left to rot, Denji is resurrected after making a contract with Pochita, merging himself with the Devil and becoming Chainsaw Man.
Trailer for Korean adaptation of ‘Little Women’ features stars from ‘All of Us Are Dead,’ ‘Squid Game’
- South Korean cable network tvN unveiled a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Korean adaptation of “Little Women.”
- The K-drama is a modern-day adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s coming-of-age novel of the same name.
- The trailer highlights each of the three sisters featured in the show – In-ju, In-kyeong and In-hye – played by Kim Go-eun, Nam Ji-hyun and Park Ji-hu, respectively.
- “Little Women” premieres on tvN on Sept. 3 at 9:10 p.m. KST, with new episodes airing every Saturday and Sunday night.
- New episodes will also become available to stream on Netflix at the same time in selected regions.
South Korean cable network tvN has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Korean adaptation of “Little Women,” which will also be available to stream on Netflix.
The K-drama is a modern-day adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s coming-of-age novel of the same name.
- The Pokémon Company dropped a new trailer this morning to introduce the Paldea region for their new main series games, “Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.”
- The trailer expands on the mystery behind two legendary Pokémon — Koraidon and Miraidon — who are shown as rideable creatures on land, sea and air since they can be used as a bike and glider, respectively.
- A new Terastal form mechanic can boost a Pokémon's power in battle and may even change its type.
- New Pokémon are showcased in the trailer, including a doughy dog called Fidough and an ice-type whale-inspired Pokémon called Cetitan.
- “Pokémon Scarlet and Violet” will be released on Nov. 18 for the Nintendo Switch.
A new “Pokémon Scarlet and Violet” trailer released this morning introduces players to the Paldea region, rideable legendaries and the new Terastal form mechanic.
The trailer expands on the mystery behind two legendary Pokémon: Koraidon and Miraidon. They are shown as both partners for the player and rideable creatures on land, sea and air as they can be used as a bike and glider, respectively.
Hayao Miyazaki and Joe Hisaishi reunite to create a beautifully animated and scored trailer for Ghibli Park
- As preparations for the grand opening of the highly anticipated Ghibli Park are ramping up, the acclaimed animation studio shared a trailer for the park on Twitter.
- The clip depicts a host of some of the most beloved Studio Ghibli characters riding the Cat Train, which was inspired by the Cat Bus that appears in the film “My Neighbor Totoro.”
- The trailer, orchestrated by legendary composer Joe Hisaishi and animated by none other than Hayao Miyazaki, assures Ghibli fans that all are welcome and encourages them to “take their time coming.”
- The first three sections of the park — Ghibli’s Grand Warehouse, the Hill of Youth and Dondoko Forest — are scheduled to open on Nov. 1, while the second phase of the park will open in 2023 with areas inspired by Ghibli classics “Kiki’s Delivery Service” and “Princess Mononoke.”
As preparations for the grand opening of the highly anticipated Ghibli Park are ramping up, the acclaimed animation studio shared a trailer for the park on Twitter.
Clocking in at 15 seconds, the clip depicts a host of some of the most beloved Studio Ghibli characters — including No-Face and Totoro — riding the Cat Train, which was inspired by the friendly Cat Bus that appears in the film “My Neighbor Totoro.”
- The Season 3 trailer for Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” was released on Wednesday.
- All seems to be smooth-sailing now that Devi’s finally got what she’s wanted by going public with her relationship with Paxton Hall-Yoshida, until the insecurity sets in.
- To complicate matters further, a new boy, Des, is thrown into the series’ love triangle that was present in Seasons 1 and 2 with Paxton and Ben.
- “Did we discover that being in a relationship doesn’t solve all our problems?” Devi’s therapist is heard asking.
- Season 3 will be released on Aug. 12 on Netflix.
Devi’s complicated love triangle becomes even more tangled up in the Season 3 trailer for Netflix’s teenage dramedy “Never Have I Ever.”
Created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, the coming-of-age series follows Indian American teen Devi, played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, as she grieves the loss of her father while dealing with the pressures of high school.
- Amazon and MGM have released the trailer for the movie “Thirteen Lives,” directed by two-time Oscar winner Ron Howard.
- “Thirteen Lives” tells the true story of the mission to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach after an unexpected rainstorm traps them in Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, on June 23, 2018.
- The film stars Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, Viggo Mortensen, Tom Bateman and Paul Gleeson along with Thai actors Pattrakorn Tungsupakul, Tui Thiraphat Sajakul, James Teeradon Supapunpinyo, Sahajak Boonthanakit and Popetorn Soonthornyanakij.
- “Thirteen Lives” will premiere in theaters on July 29 before becoming available to stream on Amazon Prime Video on Aug. 5.
Amazon and MGM have released the trailer for Ron Howard’s film “Thirteen Lives,” which is based on the true story of an international rescue effort to save a trapped Thai soccer team in 2018.
“Thirteen Lives” tells the story of the mission to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach after they find themselves stuck in Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand, due to an unexpected rainstorm on June 23, 2018.
- The latest trailer for the upcoming film, “One Piece Film: Red”, focuses on Uta, the daughter of Luffy’s childhood hero, Shanks.
- The trailer depicts multiple interactions between Uta and Luffy set in the past and present.
- Uta will be voiced by Kaori Nazuka of “Fairy Tail” fame, and her singing voice will be performed by J-pop artist Ado.
- The film will be scripted by Tsutomu Kuroiwa, the writer of a previous “One Piece” film, and directed by “Code Geass” director Goro Taniguchi.
- “One Piece Film: Red” will be released on August 6, 2022.
The latest trailer for the upcoming film, “One Piece Film: Red,” focuses on a brand new character with strong ties to Luffy’s past.
The character in question is “the world’s greatest diva,” a singer named Uta, who is the daughter of Red Hair Shanks, Luffy’s childhood hero and one of the original owners of his signature straw hat. The trailer depicts multiple interactions between Uta and Luffy set in the past and present.
- Japanese video game developer and publisher Capcom revealed a new trailer for the upcoming game “Street Fighter 6” at the PlayStation State of Play event on Thursday.
- The gameplay trailer revealed a new voice actor behind Chun-Li, who has been replaced by Filipino American voice actor Jennie Kwan.
- The game will have a larger focus on story elements and includes returning fighters such Chun-Li, Ryu and Luke.
- “Street Fighter,” which first debuted in 1987 in Japanese arcades, is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.
- “Street Fighter 6” will be released sometime in 2023 on PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC through Steam.
Capcom revealed a new gameplay trailer for upcoming game “Street Fighter 6” at the Playstation State of Play event on Thursday, and it shows off Chun Li, now voiced by a new actor, Jennie Kwan.
The “Street Fighter” franchise first debuted in Japanese arcades in 1987 and is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.
- Netflix has dropped the official trailer for Season 2 of “Bling Empire,” premiering May 13.
- The new season adds two newcomers, former “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” star Dorothy Wang and businesswoman Mimi Morris to the original cast.
Get ready for more glitz and glamor as “Los Angeles’s beloved uber-rich Asians” gather for the second season of Netflix’s hit reality show “Bling Empire.”
Netflix officially dropped the trailer for the upcoming season on Friday.
- Netflix officially announced “Tekken: Bloodline,” a new anime based on “Tekken,” one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time.
- A new teaser trailer for the show was shared on Netflix’s official Twitter and YouTube accounts on Saturday.
- The show will tell the origin story of Jin Kazama, one of “Tekken”’s main characters. As hinted in the teaser trailer, familiar faces from the game franchise will appear throughout the show.
- No other details have been revealed about “Tekken: Bloodline,” which is scheduled to be released sometime later this year.
Netflix has announced a new anime based on “Tekken,” the massively popular fighting video game franchise from Japanese video game developer Namco.
The series, titled “Tekken: Bloodline,” was announced with the release of its first teaser trailer on Netflix’s YouTube channel on Saturday.