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Trailers to Check Out: Captain Marvel, Avengers: Endgame, Shaft, The Twilight Zone, and Doom Patrol

For all of you movie and show fanatics out there, I'm right there with you. If I could go to the movie theater and wastch all of my shows on a daily basis, I totally would, but that doesn't mean we can't plan for them.

In this edition of upcoming movie trailers, I'm going to go over five new movie trailers that you should check out:

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TRAILER 1: SHAFT

Created by Kenya Barris, the mastermind behind the sript for Black-ish, is back again with Shaft. The trailer looks like it will bring quite the fun, action, and a lot of comedy to the table. Catch the movie in theaters due for release on June 14th.

TRAILER 2: THE TWILIGHT ZONE

Brought back by Jordan Peele, CBS aired the first teaser during the Super Bowl last week. While we didn't get much of a preview in the trailer, we do get some interesting notes. Check out the trailer. The show is set to debut on April 1st on CBS All Access.

TRAILER 3: AVENGERS: ENDGAME

This, of course, doesn't need much mention but some new footage of Avengers: Endgame came out during the Super Bowl. While it is somewhat short, it does set the mood, giving us a clear understanding of the world that the movie takes place in. Not only that, the trailer gives some interesting clues for fans. The film is set to debut on April 26th, so mark your calendars.

TRAILER 4: CAPTAIN MARVEL

There's one thing we can agree one for sure: Marvel has done an amazing job in advertising Captain Marvel movie. The film's “Big Game” spot ran during the Super Bowl, and brought a lot of fun and energy that takes everyone for a rollercoaster ride. The movie is set to debut on March 8th, so it's not that far away.

TRAILER 5: DOOM PATROL

Quite honestly, DC has not given us too many details about Doom Patrol yet, but the short teaser we did get tells that it's definitely worth waiting for and watching. The show is about a team of negative superheroes (the somewhat bad guys?) that struggles with fully undrestanding their responsiblity given to them. The show is set to debut exclusively on DC's streaming service starting February 15th, so it's just a few days away.

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Hamza Khalid

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