New trailers: King Richard, Uncharted, Ozark, and more

Succession is back! Thank goodness! And with it, the awkward bravado Kendall Roy. He would like his Twitter to be off-the-hook and whose plan for taking over his family's empire is basically a series hashtaggable platitudes. The squirmiest streaming show!
Here's the trailer roundup for this week:

King Richard

Will Smith stars as King Richard. This is the story about Serena Williams and Venus Williams. It tells the story from the perspective of their father, who was determined to help his daughters become the best tennis players in their generation. The Oscar buzz surrounding Smith's performance in King Richard is already high. This trailer shows why. Yes, it is a new Beyonce song. King Richard is executive produced by the Williams sisters. It also stars Saniyya, Demi Singleton and Aunjanue Ellis. It will be available in theaters and HBO Max starting November 19th.


This movie adaptation of Nathan Drake's adventures has been in production for over a decade. It is based on the videogame series. Uncharted is a prequel to Uncharted. It features Drake searching for Magellan's treasure, when he meets Victor Sully Sullivan. Fans of Uncharted 3 will recognize the cargo plane scene. Uncharted stars Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg and Tati Gabrielle. February 18th.

The Lost Daughter

Olivia Colman portrays a woman who watches a young mother while on vacation. It is almost unsettling and almost stalker-y. We feel that something is not right with the older woman and begin to wonder who the missing daughter might be. Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut is The Lost Daughter, which is based on Elena Ferrante's novel. The Lost Daughter will be available on Netflix December 31st and stars Colman, Dakota Johnson (with Ed Harris), Peter Sarsgaards, Jessie Buckley and Paul Mescal.

The Great

Catherine is finally crowned, and tells Peter that her title doesn't seem arrogant if you aren't great. It doesn't matter what youre good at, it's just saying the truth. The Great returns Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult and will air on Hulu November 19th.


The fourth and final season, which tells the story about the money-laundering Byrde clan, has finally been announced. This teaser/trailer doesn't offer much more, but we do see Jason Bateman walking through a gate, with his voiceover saying "Today is a beginning."