From Flash to One Piece, here are this week’s best trailers

Although Thanksgiving may take place and November 2021 draws to a close, there is still plenty to be thankful for as this year’s holiday season begins in earnest. From an impressive wave of anime to be launched over the coming weeks and months to superhero TV series that continue to roll out before the Christmas holidays next month, plenty of trailers and promos have been unveiled to tease what the public can expect by the end of the year going into 2022.

Here are all the major trailers, teasers and promos released the last full week of November 2021, including upcoming original shows for Peacock, Disney + and HBO Max, which premiere in December and early 2022.


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Bel-Air

The classic sitcom series The fresh prince of Bel-Air is being rethought as a dramatic series by Morgan Cooper, simply with the title Bel-Air. Inspired by Cooper’s short fan film released in 2019, Bel-Air retells the story of Will Smith, who was sent to live with his family in Bel-Air, California after a shocking act of gang violence in his native Philadelphia, though without the usual sitcom tropes that made the original series so endearing in the first place. .

Bel-Air is directed by Morgan Cooper and premieres in 2022 at Peacock.

DC League of Super-Pets

A new side of DC Universe’s greatest heroes is explored in the upcoming animated film DC League of Super-Pets as Superman’s loyal pet dog Krypto takes points on his first adventure on the big screen. As Lex Luthor renders Superman incapacitated, Krypto joins a group of pets who have received mysterious powers from a strange meteorite that crashes nearby as they battle to save the world.

DC League of Super-Pets is directed and co-written by Jared Stern and opens in theaters on May 20th.

Lightning

The recent Arrowverse crossover event “Armageddon” has already demanded a particularly big prize Lightning en Barry Allen has been predicted to become the world’s biggest nightmare. In a promo for the crossover’s third episode, Barry admits to Black Lightning that his growing mental instability, which coincides with the arrival of Despero, makes him question whether he has become a threat to Team Flash as Black Lightning tries to talk sense back to his friend.

The Flash Season 8 airs Tuesdays at 20 ET / PT at The CW.

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Hawkeye

The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues on Disney + with Hawkeye brings Clint Barton into the spotlight. With Clint’s bloody past as the deadly vigilant Ronin appearing prominently in the series’ premiere, the latest promo for the Marvel Studios show has prompted Clint to unveil his new, purple Hawkeye costume, while openly considering he can not run from his past as he and Kate Bishop prepare to continue fighting the training mafia.

Made by Jonathan Igla, Hawkeye releases new episodes on Wednesdays at Disney +.

In the land of Leadale

Ceez and Tenmaso’s popular light novel series In the land of Leadale is being adapted for an anime series in January, after a young girl named Cayna who comes across a terrible accident. Referred to being hooked on life support, Cayna enters Leadale’s virtual world as her game avatar only to find the fantasy land very different than she originally remembered.

Directed by Takeyuki Yanase, In the Land of Leadale premieres in Japan on January 5 and will be available to stream through Crunchyroll.

Made in Abyss

After a successful first season that ran in 2017, and a sequel to anime movies released in 2020, Made in Abyss is ready to return for its long-awaited second season in 2022. Based on the manga series by Akihito Tsukushi, next season – subtitled The golden city of the scorching sun – have the four adventurers looking for a mythical city to find lost family and a fabled treasure that can change their lives forever.

Produced by Kinema Citrus, Made in Abyss: The Golden City of the Scorching Sun premieres in 2022.

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One piece

Like the hugely popular anime series One piece has reached its milestone 1,000. episode, the franchise is ready to release its fifteenth anime film One Piece Film: Red, focusing on antagonist Patrick Redfield, Red the Aloof. Supervised by franchise creator and manga series writer Eiichiro Oda, the upcoming film is canonical for the series as it follows the Red-Haired Shanks and his usual team of Red Hair Pirates.

Directed by Goro Taniguchi, One Piece Film: Red premieres in Japan on August 6, 2022.

Pokémon Evolutions

Second half of Pokémon Evolutions, an anime series that revisits the older games in the eternally popular Pokémon franchise, launched in early December. With the return of Team Galactic in the Sinnoh region, a teaser trailer for the last four episodes of the series also features appearances by Johto Tower and the fearsome Mewtwo, while the Pokémon Trainer protagonist begins to become the very best.

Directed by Daiki Tomiyasu, Pokémon Evolutions returns on December 2 with new episodes released on Thursdays on YouTube.

Santa Inc.

With Thanksgiving finally in the back window, Christmas time is officially upon us, including a more subversively comic look at the Christmas holidays. HBO Max kicks off the spirit of the season with the mature animated series Santa Inc., in the stop-motion style popularized in the 1960s by Rankin / Bass. The series stars Sarah Silverman as an elf named Candy Smalls, vying to take over Santa’s position at the North Pole.

Made by Alexandra Rushfield, Santa Inc. premieres on December 2 on HBO Max.

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Sesame Street

For over fifty years, millions of children around the world have been entertained and educated by the lovable Muppets and their friends who live on Sesame Street. The creation of the beloved children’s program is explored in the documentary behind the scenes Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street, which resumes the origin of Sesame Street to its premiere in 1969, mixing archival footage and modern interviews.

Directed by Marilyn Agrelo, Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street premieres Dec. 13 on HBO Max.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

With advance sale of tickets for Spider-Man: No Way Home by going live, the upcoming MCU film has steadily increased its marketing campaign, with a whole wave of TV spots giving new glimpses of Peter Parker’s multiverse adventures. From offering a better look at Electro to more interaction between MCU Spider-Man and Doctor Octopus, masses have been teased to whet fans’ appetite for the epic sequel to Spider-Man: Far from home.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is directed by Jon Watts and premieres in theaters on December 17th.

Tokyo 24th Division

The acclaimed anime production studio CloverWorks’ next major project is the original series Tokyo 24th Division, which premieres in Japan in early 2022. The upcoming anime series follows three childhood friends who break up after going through a catastrophic incident, where they each move to defend the eponymous, fictional city department that hovers over Tokyo Bay in their own way, while receiving a spectral weapon call from a deceased mutual friend.

Directed by Naokatsu Tsuda, the Tokyo 24th Ward premieres on January 5 in Japan.

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