New Trailers: Moonfall, The Wheel of Time, Belfast, and more

I must say that I really appreciate Ted Lasso's work in season 2. This week's episode featured some great work by Jason Sudeikis, Sarah Niles and Sarah Niles. It was amazing how the couch scene which could have been another Ted loopy scene used for comic effect in season 1 hit so completely differently now that Teds has realized that he needs to get help with his mental health. This profile by Niles from the New York Times is a great way to see Dr. Sharon fit in with the Lasso team. It's only a few weeks old, but it captures her vision well.
Let's now move on to the trailers and teasers for this week.


This Roland Emmerich movie is about what would happen if the moon fell on earth. It features a lot of action and loud music, as well as a group of desperate heroes that nobody takes seriously, but must save the world. And guess what? According to the official description, our Moon is not what it seems. Moonfall will be in theaters on February 4th.

The Wheel of Time

The long-awaited series, which was delayed by the coronavirus epidemic, is now available on Amazon Prime Video. The Wheel of Time is based on the books of Robert Jordan, which was completed by Brandon Sanderson. It features Rosamund Pikes, a member of Aes Sedai, who leads five young people on an adventure around the globe, where one of them will fulfill the prophecy of Dragon Reborn. The Wheel of Time's first three episodes will be available on Amazon Prime Video on November 19, with new episodes arriving weekly on Fridays.

There is no time to die

I have lost count of the number of trailers and teasers that have been released for James Bond's latest movie. Its US theatrical release date is October 8th. It is possible that it could be pushed back. In No Time to Die, Bond's 007 is re-enlisted to find a missing scientist. He meets a terrorist leader who seeks revenge. In No Time to Die, Daniel Craig stars in what he says will be his last appearance as Bond. Rami Malek and Lea Seydoux star alongside Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Wright.


This coming-of age story was directed and written by Kenneth Branagh. It is set in Dublin during the 1960s when The Troubles started. The all-star cast is already making Oscar buzz. Belfast will be in theaters on November 12th, with Jude Hill, Judi Dench and Jamie Dornan.