20 Best Action Movie Trailers of All Time

Movie trailers have a long history in Hollywood, dating back to the early twentieth century, and ever since, audiences have had a love-hate relationship with them. On one hand, movie trailers can clue you into the look, style, feel, and story of a film. On the other hand, movie trailers can reveal too much about a film, potentially ruining the surprise of critical moments or leaving viewers feeling as if they have already seen the film. Despite how viewers feel about trailers, they have only evolved as an industry and now, movie trailers are used more than ever. To that end, because movie trailers are so common, many of them are generic and forgettable. The action movie genre, surprisingly, has some of the blandest trailers ever made. However, there are also action movie trailers that stand out on their own as art pieces. These trailers not only manage to get viewers excited for the film’s release, but they also have their own way of telling a story. Here are 20 of the best action movie trailers of all time.


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20. Watchmen

Alan Moore’s Watchmen graphic novel is one of the most celebrated works in the history of comics, and its 2009 film adaptation directed by Zack Snyder is seen as a worthy successor. The trailer for Watchmen depicts the dark and gritty tone of its fictional dystopia. It also gives us a glimpse into Snyder’s striking visual style that captures the aesthetic of the graphic novel. The movie takes place in 1985 where former superheroes exist and the murder of a colleague sends active vigilante Rorschach into his own investigation where he uncovers something that could completely change the course of history as we know it.


19. District 9

District 9 was groundbreaking when it was released in 2009. The visual effects were technically brilliant and the story still has relevant messages about society and oppression. Directed and written by Neil Blomkamp, the film is regarded by many to be one of the best science fiction films in the 21st century. The District 9 trailer was created to pique curiosity about the film’s unique narrative. It doesn’t reveal much but what is revealed makes viewers curious for more information. District 9 is about the violence that ensues after an extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth finds a kindred spirit in a government agent exposed to their biotechnology.


18. 300

300 is a simple and effective film that transports viewers back to the violent past of Western civilization. Similar to Watchmen, Zack Snyder adapted 300 from Frank Miller’s graphic novel with the same name. The trailer shows the tone, visual flair, and general story of the film. All the while effectively convincing viewers to tune in to see the full-length film. 300 is about King Leonidas of Sparta and a force of 300 men who fight the Persians at Thermopylae in 480 B.C.


17. Mad Max: Fury Road

George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road is an unapologetic action movie in every sense of the word. The film is energetic, exhilarating, and an emotionally resonant cinematic experience. The trailer captures the high energy that exists all-throughout the movie and teases viewers with some of the best action sequences. Mad Max: Fury Road takes place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where a woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in search of her homeland with the aid of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper, and a drifter named Max.


16. Sicario

Sicario is a gritty and cynical look at the war on drugs and the toll it exacts. A brutal and visceral thriller that was critically acclaimed upon release,the Sicario movie trailer is just as intense as the film itself and gives viewers a good idea of what they’re in for without revealing anything at all. Sicario is about an idealistic FBI agent who is enlisted by a government task force to aid in the escalating war against drugs at the border area between the U.S. and Mexico.


15. Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Lord of the Rings is one of the most highly praised movie franchises of all time. Any follow up to the initial franchise had a lot to live up to. When The Hobbit was released, it got mixed reviews with most saying the film was competently made but lacked the majesty of the previous movies. Despite the mixed reactions, the movie trailer for The Hobbit promised a new epic with some of the characters we know and love. Underneath an awe-inspiring dwarf chant, the trailer teases a story centering around Bilbo Baggins and how he discovered the ring. The Hobbit follows a reluctant Hobbit as he sets out to the Lonely Mountain with a spirited group of dwarves to reclaim their mountain home and the gold within it from the dragon Smaug.



14. Prometheus

There were high expectations for Prometheus as it marked Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien franchise since directing the first movie in 1979. Many were expecting a film similar to Alien with better visual effects but instead got a deeply philosophical sci-fi that lays the groundwork for many sequels. The movie trailer for Prometheus is effective in depicting a thought-provoking science fiction film that turns into a horrifying fight for survival. Prometheus is about a team that follows clues to the origin of mankind and finds a structure on a distant moon, soon realizing they are not alone.


13. American Sniper

Clint Eastwood directed a biopic of Chris Kyle, an American war hero, in 2014. The film proved to be a tense war film that doubles as a contemplative study of the toll fighting in war has on a soldier. The trailer for American Sniper manages to convey everything you need to know about the movie by focusing on a single moral dilemma that Kyle has to face in the line of duty. American Sniper is about U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) who becomes one of the most lethal snipers in American history and struggles to leave the war behind when he returns home.


12. Mission Impossible: Fallout

Most movie franchises are inconsistent in quality after the first film, but the Mission Impossible films seem to get better over time. Mission Impossible: Fallout has everything you want in an action flick, and the trailer has everything you’d want out of an action movie trailer: crazy stunts, incredible action sequences, and a fast-moving story. Mission Impossible: Fallout is about Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies who race against time after a mission gone wrong.


11. 10 Cloverfield Lane

Dan Trachtenberg made his directorial debut with a movie that is unique and exhilarating, even though it was mostly set in a single location. The Cloverfield movies are known to have unorthodox marketing efforts and 10 Cloverfield Lane is no different. The movie trailer compellingly conveys the main conflict of the film while gradually revealing to us that there is something wrong with the bond between these three characters. 10 Cloverfield Lane is about a young woman who is held in an underground bunker by a man who insists that a hostile event has left the surface of the Earth uninhabitable.


10. Godzilla (2014)

Godzilla (2014) was the first movie about the King of Monsters since 1998. Critics and fans alike have remarked that the film effectively blends the visual spectacle of a disaster movie with enough human drama to provide stakes for the story. The teaser trailer for the Godzilla movie premiered at Comic-Con and thrilled the many fans who watched it. Godzilla is about a world beset by the appearance of monstrous creatures, although one of them may be the only one who can save humanity.


9. Avengers: Age of Ultron

Marvel Studios has become adept at creating movie trailers that are memorable and perfectly capture the tone of their films. The trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron is an exception, as it expresses a tone that is much darker than the film itself. Ultron’s menacing voice and the creepier version of Pinocchio’s “I’ve Got No Strings” in the background creates a grim atmosphere that is effective in conveying the threat of the film’s villain. Avengers: Age of Ultron is about Earth’s mightiest heroes who have to stop the villainous Ultron, a dormant peacekeeping program, created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner.


8. Inception

Inception was a groundbreaking sci-fi that accomplished telling an innovative original story as well as an intelligent one. The film is complex and has numerous layers that are best appreciated on a second or third viewing. The trailer for Inception was so successful that many trailer editors have since emulated it. If you’ve watched any of the trailers for blockbuster films in recent years, you’ve undoubtedly seen the inspiration. Inception is about a thief who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology and is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a C.E.O., but his tragic past may doom the project and his team to disaster.


7. Logan

Wolverine’s previous solo outings haven’t been well-received, but Logan provides Marvel Comics fans exactly what they’ve been wanting from a Wolverine film. Logan was well-received on release and marked Hugh Jackman’s final portrayal as Wolverine. The movie trailer for Logan grabbed fans by teasing a war-torn future with a battered Wolverine and decrepit Professor Xavier. It also features one of the best uses of a song in a trailer, with Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” playing over shots of a battered Wolverine and a devastated world. Logan is about a weary Wolverine who meets a mutant child pursued by scientists that comes to him for safety.


6. Man of Steel

Man of Steel received mixed reactions when it was released. People praised the visual style and action sequences while criticizing the narrative and characterization. Although thoughts on Man of Steel vary, the film’s trailers may even be  significantly better than the movie itself. Hans Zimmer’s score takes center stage in the trailer and drives the inspirational tone home. Man of Steel is about an alien child who is evacuated from his dying world and sent to Earth to live among humans. But, his peace is threatened when other survivors of his home planet invade Earth.


5. The Batman

The Batman was the first solo movie about the Caped Crusader since 2012. The trailers for the movie hyped up audiences because of the dark tone and the new portrayal of Batman by Robert Pattinson. The movie was well-received on release and the violent, dark atmosphere was a welcomed take on the popular superhero. The Batman follows Batman who is forced to investigate the city’s hidden corruption and question his family’s involvement when a sadistic serial killer, begins murdering key political figures in Gotham.

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4. Suicide Squad

David Ayer’s Suicide Squad may have been the most anticipated movie of 2016. Other than the incredible cast and talented crew, the trailers for the film also promised a unique and compelling movie based around iconic villains. However, Suicide Squad was hated by fans and critics alike, receiving a 26% on Rotten Tomatoes. A huge reason Suicide Squad had a lot of hype was because of the first trailer released for the film. The trailer promised a compelling narrative, a dark tone, and engaging characters but the film did not live up to those expectations. Suicide Squad is about a secret government agency that recruits some of the most dangerous incarcerated super-villains to form a defensive task force.


3. Cloverfield

Cloverfield is a film that caught a lot of viewers by surprise when it was released. No one knew much about the details surrounding the film but was praised for its clever narrative. The teaser trailer for Cloverfield was also clever as it revealed the appropriate amount of information to entice the viewers to want to see more. Cloverfield is about a group of friends who venture deep into the streets of New York on a rescue mission during a rampaging monster attack.


2. The Force Awakens

Star Wars is a series that has had its highs and lows when it comes to the reception of the audience. The first three movies are seen as classics while the prequel trilogy is seen as a blunder. After thirteen years, Star Wars released the first movie to another trilogy and announced it with an emotional teaser trailer. The movie trailer managed to capture the nostalgia of the original trilogy while also hyping viewers up for their new characters. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is about a desert scavenger and an ex-stormtrooper who join forces with Han Solo and Chewbacca to search for the one hope of restoring peace.


1. Alien

Topping our list of best action movie trailers of all time is Alien. Alien did not have any previous films to build from, nor an established director to intrigue audiences, nor well-known actors to lead the cast. The film almost solely depended on the trailers and its marketing to bring audiences into the theaters. The Alien trailer is vague but the clever editing draws you into the horrifying world that the characters are living in. The trailer promises a terrifying and suspenseful ride, which is exactly what the movie delivered. Alien is about the crew of a commercial spacecraft who encounters a deadly lifeform after investigating an unknown transmission.


10 Best Movies From 2021 (Guide To The 2022 Oscars)

We are three months into 2022, which means that we can look back at the movies of the previous year and decide which of them were the best. The Academy Awards have released their Best Picture nominations for the year of 2021 and many of those movies are held in high regard in the audience’s eyes. Even though 2020 and 2021 saw some of the lowest box office numbers in history, there were still many amazing movies released that deserve to be seen. Also, with streaming services becoming an integral part of the Hollywood engine and producing many of the best movies, you can find many of the nominated films available to watch on a streaming platform. Here are the 10 best movies of 2021, (in our humble opinion).


10. Spider-Man: No Way Home

After a year of movie theaters being shut down and limited in capacity, Spider-Man: No Way Home crushed box office expectations and managed to become the sixth biggest film of all time at the international box office. No Way Home continues from where Spider-man: Far From Home left off. Mysterio exposed Peter Parker as Spider-man to the entire world and now Parker has to deal with the ramifications. Wanting his old life back, he seeks out help from Doctor Strange but things go terribly wrong, which forces him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man. This Spider-Man film is 100% a crowd pleaser and if you are any semblance of a Spider-Man fan, then you will have a great time watching it.


Where To Watch Spider-Man: No Way Home

The film’s streaming date is TBD but it will first be available for streaming on Starz then Disney Plus.


Nicolas Cage in Pig

9. Pig

Nicolas Cage is known for his wide range as an actor. However, in recent years, Cage has been better known for his ridiculous performances that have popularized many memes over the internet. For those expecting another meme-able performance in Pig, they will be sorely disappointed. Pig is about a truffle hunter who lives alone in the Oregon wilderness and must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped. Cage’s performance in Pig reminds everyone why he is an Oscar-nominated actor and demonstrates the breadth of character that he can bring out when necessary.


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Matt Damon and Adam Driver in The Last Duel

8. The Last Duel

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon teamed up again to write the screenplay for and star in The Last Duel. Directed by Ridley Scott, the film was based on the book written by Eric Jager about one of the last officially recognized judicial duels in medieval France. The Last Duel is about a dispute between Knight Jean de Carrouges and his squire that King Charles VI declared to be settled by a duel. The film is a profound period drama that gives you a lot to think about.


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Emilia Jones in CODA (2021)


CODA is a remake of the 2014 French film titled La Famille Bélier. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role. Directed by Sian Heder, CODA is a coming of age drama that follows a CODA (Child Of Deaf Adults) girl, who is also the only hearing person in her deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, the girl finds herself torn between pursuing her love of music by wanting to go to Berklee College of Music and her fear of abandoning her parents. CODA tells a fresh coming of age story and is filled with terrific performances from the cast.


Where To Watch CODA

Apple TV


Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Mikayla Lashae Bartholomew, Saniyya Sidney, Daniele Lawson, and Demi Singleton in King Richard (2021)

6. King Richard

Will Smith is known to be an actor with plenty of talent and that can easily carry a film, but his last couple of films haven’t exactly been the best. However, King Richard looks to be a return to form for the Fresh Prince. Smith plays Richard Williams, the father of Serena and Venus Williams, in the movie and towers over the other cast members in the title role. King Richard takes a look at how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams became who they are after getting coached from their father Richard Williams. The film has been nominated for six Academy Awards and transcends typical sports biopics.


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Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in Spencer

5. Spencer

Kristen Stewart started out as the teenager from Twilight with muted expressions and little range as an actor. However, she has grown into a versatile actress with a slew of great films in her repertoire. Spencer is one of her more recent films that casts Kristen Stewart as the iconic  Princess Diana. The film follows Diana Spencer who struggles with mental health problems and decides to end her decade-long marriage to Prince Charles during her Christmas holidays with the royal family. The film may be slow but it takes its time to depict an artistic introspection of Princess Diana’s spiraling mental health.


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Andrew Garfield as Jonathan Larson in Tick, Tick...Boom!

4. Tick, Tick…Boom!

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s popularity has been increasing exponentially after the release of Hamilton and he has finally made his directorial debut with Tick, Tick…BOOM! The film is about the life of Jonathan Larson, the creator of RENT, and is based on his autobiographical stage musical of the same name. The movie follows a young Jonathan Larson who works as a diner waiter in NYC while attempting to write what he believes will be the next big American musical. When the composer reaches thirty years old, he must confront an age-old question that all of us face at some point: What are we supposed to do with our time? Tick, Tick… Boom! is an emotional and impressive tribute to the late Jonathan Larson and the legacy he left behind.


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Hidetoshi Nishijima and Tôko Miura in Drive My Car

3. Drive My Car

This Japanese film is directed by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi based on the short story by Haruki Murakami. Drive My Car is nominated for four Oscars including Best Picture and Best International Feature. The movie is about a renowned stage actor and director who learns to cope with his wife’s unexpected passing when he receives an offer to direct a production of Uncle Vanya in Hiroshima. Drive My Car is a slow and meditative film that explores loss and love.


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Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons in The Power of the Dog

2. The Power of the Dog

Slow, contemplative films are sometimes a hit or miss with audiences, but when they are done well, they can be some of the most powerful films around. The Power of the Dog is a slow-burn western that is nominated for twelve Oscars, which is more than any other eligible film. The movie is about a charismatic rancher that torments his brother’s new wife and son until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love. Jane Campion directed a powerful tour de force with The Power of the Dog that studies the traditional ideas of masculinity.


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Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet in Dune

1. Dune

With ten nominations, Dune is only second to The Power of the Dog in the number of nominations a 2021 film has gotten. Dune is the first of a two-part adaptation for Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel with the same name. The movie is about a brilliant and gifted young man who is thrown into a conflict between malevolent forces and entrusted to protect the most valuable element in the galaxy. Dune has a star-studded cast of Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, Josh Brolin, and Oscar Isaac. Denis Villeneuve created an immersive sci-fi epic with a sufficient amount of world-building along with a compelling narrative.


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Verdict: 2021 Was a Great Year For Movies

Although 2020 may have been a disappointment for film releases, many of the films scheduled to debut in 2020 were delayed until 2021. Because of this 2021 was a fantastic year for movies but still not a great showing for the box office. Despite box office performances, these ten films were some of the best that the year had to offer. Here’s to hoping that 2022 will be an even better year.


The Joker is Revealed in Newly Released ‘The Batman’ Deleted Scene


Warner Bros. has just released a deleted scene in which Batman meets with his arch nemesis The Joker in Arkham Asylum. The newly released 5-minute clip gives us insight into Batman’s relationship with Joker and teases Barry Keoghan’s performance as the Clown Prince of Crime.

The clip was released on rataalada.com as part of The Batman’s promotional alternate reality game where fans were tasked with solving three riddles in order to get access to the deleted scene.

The scene features Robert Pattinson’s Batman meeting with a locked-up Joker played by Barry Keoghan to get his perspective on the loose serial killer otherwise known as The Riddler.

The camera never gives us a clear view of The Joker, always having part of his scarred face blurred or out of frame. However, we hear his voice, his take on The Riddler, and a creepy cackle as Batman leaves the room.


The Joker in The Batman Deleted Scene

Originally, The Joker was going to have a larger role in the film and be a part of a criminal/consultant relationship with Batman similar to Clarice and Hannibal’s dynamic in Silence of the Lambs.

However, Matt Reeves ultimately decided that the scene detracted from the story he was telling and felt it was better to cut out The Joker entirely… well almost entirely.

“It was one of those scenes where, given how complex the narrative was, by taking it out, it kept the story moving in a way it needed to.” – Matt Reeves

At the end of The Batman, Riddler is throwing a temper tantrum in his Arkham Asylum cell as he watches Batman stop his plan to destroy Gotham City. Next door to him an unnamed inmate consoles him by saying, “You know what they say, one day you’re on top of the world and the next day you’re a clown.”

If that wasn’t enough of a hint, Matt Reeves confirms that this inmate’s identity is The Joker in an interview with Variety, and this new deleted scene adds context to Barry’s brief portrayal in the theatrical release.

The Batman takes place two years after Bruce Wayne has begun masquerading as the Caped Crusader and establishes that he already has a prior history with a rogues gallery. Although Joker was featured in a deleted clip and a short scene at the end of the film, Matt Reeves has no plans to bring him back for future films.

“It’s not an Easter egg scene,” Reeves says. “It’s not one of those end credits Marvel or DC scenes where it’s going, like, ‘Hey, here’s the next movie!’ In fact, I have no idea when or if we would return to that character in the movies.” – Matt Reeves

The Batman was released in theaters on March 4th, 2022 and will be available to stream on HBO Max on April 19, 2022.


Who Is ‘Ms. Marvel’ From Marvel Studios’ Upcoming Series?

Marvel Studios has debuted the trailer for Ms. Marvel, an upcoming TV series on Disney Plus. The series follows Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teenager, who fantasizes about being a superhero until one day she is gifted cosmic powers and can now become a hero herself.

The trailer features The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights song and reveals that the series will examine Kamala’s high school, family, and superhero life, similar to Spider-Man. If you aren’t a Marvel comics fan, then you may be asking on who exactly Ms. Marvel is and does she have any relation to Captain Marvel? Let’s begin by answering the former.


Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel


Who is Ms. Marvel?

Carol used the alias until she decided to change it to Captain Marvel in 2012. Kamala Khan, a 16 yr old muslim American who idolizes Carol Danvers, took her old name Ms. Marvel after she went through terrigenesis and became an inhuman.

In the comics, Kamala has the ability of elongation. Kamala can alter the shape and size of any body part or the body as a whole. She can also shapeshift, change her size, and has an accelerated healing factor.

Kamala Khan’s abilities in the trailer, however, appear to be significantly different than those depicted in the comics. The trailer shows her obtaining her abilities from alien bracelets rather than her inhuman DNA, as she does in the comics. Also, her abilities appear to be cosmic rather than elongation.


Ms. Marvel vs. Captain Marvel

Carol Danvers has gone by many names but her most notable name was Ms. Marvel. She went by the moniker for several years until her friend, Walter Lawson otherwise known as Captain Marvel, died in a comic book titled, The Death of Captain Marvel.

The original Captain Marvel died in 1982 and through the years, two characters claimed the superhero alias for themselves: Monica Rambeau and Genis-Vell (The original Captain Marvel’s son).

Genis-Vell was killed off in 2006 and 6 years later, Carol Danvers would finally adopt the name of Captain Marvel to honor her fallen comrade.

Then, as Kamala Khan discovers her latent superpowers, she decides to adopt the Ms. Marvel moniker as a way to emulate her hero.


Who Is The Cast of Ms. Marvel

Ms. Marvel is filled with many newcomers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The cast includes Aramis Knight, Saagar Shaikh, Rish Shah, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher, Laith Nakli, Azhar Usman, Travina Springer and Nimra Bucha.


Will Kamala Khan Be In The Marvels Film?

The sequel to Captain Marvel from 2019 is titled The Marvels and it’s set to feature Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel. Samuel L. Jackson will also return to play Nick Fury and Zawe Ashton is set to play the villain in a mysterious role. The Marvels is scheduled for release on February 17th, 2023.


What’s The Release Date For Ms. Marvel?

Ms. Marvel will be a miniseries released on Disney plus starting on June 8th. There will be 6 episodes and they will be dropped weekly on the streaming platform. Based on previous Marvel shows, the episodes are expected to be around 40 to 50 minutes each.

10 Best Timothèe Chalamet Movies, Ranked

Every once in a while there is a new, young actor in Hollywood that grabs the hearts of audiences and proves themselves to be an acting force in the industry. In 2010, the young and rising star was Jennifer Lawrence with the release of Winter’s Bone. 2 years later, she won an Oscar for her performance in Silver Linings Playbook and went on to become the highest-paid actress in Hollywood. Timothèe Chalamet is having a similar trajectory with his career.

The release of Call Me By Your Name in 2017 launched Timothèe Chalamet’s career into the spotlight and now he is one of the most prolific actors working today. In 2021, in fact, Chalamet starred in 3 major film releases (Dune, Don’t Look Up, and The French Dispatch).

Chalamet has proven himself to be one of the best actors working today but how does his performances stack up against each other? In this blog post, we rank the 10 best Timothèe Chalamet movies.

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10 Best Timothèe Chalamet Movies

Timothee Chalamet in Interstellar

10. Interstellar

Timothèe Chalamet may have had a minor role in Nolan’s sci-fi movie Interstellar but his performance still managed to have a lasting impact. At 19yrs old, Chalamet plays Tom who is the son of Cooper, played by Matthew McConaughey. Interstellar is about a team of explorers who travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity’s survival.


Where To Watch Interstellar

Paramount Plus


Timothèe Chalamet in Don't Look Up

9. Don’t Look Up

In Adam Mckay’s 2021 satire about the end of the world, Timothèe Chalamet plays a delinquent young man who is fascinated by Kate Dibiasky, played by Jennifer Lawrence. Chalamet doesn’t show up until around the 90 minute mark but when he does, his performance is electric. Don’t Look Up is about two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.

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8. Lady Bird

Timothèe Chalamet is no stranger to coming of age films. Even though he is now getting close to 30yrs old, Chalamet still manages to play teenagers with ease. In Lady Bird, he plays Kyle, a high school student who befriends and dates Saoirse Ronan’s character. His performance as the bad boy outsider archetype is fantastic, and he attracts viewers just as he attracts Ronan’s character. and he draws in the audience just as he draws in Ronan’s character. Lady Bird is about an artistically inclined seventeen-year-old girl in 2002 who comes of age in Sacramento, California.


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Timothèe Chalamet in The French Dispatch

7. The French Dispatch

Timothèe Chalamet may have been featured in the marketing for The French Dispatch a great deal, however, he actually only gets 20 minutes of screentime in the film. Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is formatted to depict a few short stories like articles in a magazine instead of having just one overarching story. Chalamet gives a charming and whimsical performance as a rebellious student activist.


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Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet in Greta Gerwig' LITTLE WOMEN.

6. Little Women

Saoirse Ronan, Greta Gerwig, and Timothèe Chalamet reunite after Lady Bird to work together on Little Women. After Little Women had been adapted to film 6 times starting from 1917, Gerwig tried her hand at adapting Louisa May Alcott’s novel in 2019. Chalamet portrays Laurie as a sympathetic and flawed individual with an ability to pull at the heartstrings. Little Women is about Jo March as she reflects back on her life and tells the beloved story of the March sisters – four young women, each determined to live life on her own terms.


Where To Watch Little Women

Hulu w/ Live TV


Timothée Chalamet in The King

5. The King

Timothèe Chalamet elevates what could’ve been a forgettable period piece along with the rest of the cast. His captivating performance as Henry V makes the film much more than just an entertaining medieval drama. The King is about Young Henry V as he encounters deceit, war and treachery after becoming King of England in the 15th century, in the aftermath of his brother’s death.


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Timothée Chalamet in Dune

4. Dune

Dune is a sci-fi epic based on the book with the same name written by Frank Herbert. The breathtaking cinematography and the immersive performances will have you completely engaged in the film. At the core of the film is Timothèe Chalamet, who gives a layered and enthralling performance as Paul Atreides. Dune is about the son of a noble family who is entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.


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Timothée Chalamet in Miss Stevens

3. Miss Stevens

Miss Stevens could be described as Timothee Chamalet’s first breakout role. Coming out a year before Call Me By Your Name, his performance as the young and troubled Billy is heart-wrenching and he easily stands out amongst the cast. The film is about a heart-broken teacher who chaperones a group of high schooners to a state drama competition.


Where To Watch Miss Stevens

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Timothée Chalamet in Beautiful Boy

2. Beautiful Boy

Timothèe Chalamet stars opposite of Steve Carrell in Beautiful Boy, a role that is more gripping and dramatic than any other he’s had yet. Based off the memoirs of David Shef and his son Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy tells the harrowing story of a journey to overcome addiction. The film chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years. David Sheff has praised Chalamet on the portrayal of his son.


Where To Watch Beautiful Boy

Prime Video


Timothée Chalamet in Call Me By Your Name

1. Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name is one of Chalamet’s most well-renowned performances. It was his breakout performance and he received an Oscar nomination for the role in the romance film. The movie is not only a beautiful tribute to Italy but is also a raw portrait of two people discovering they have a wonderful connection. Call Me By Your Name is about a romance that blossoms between a seventeen-year-old student and the older man hired as his father’s research assistant in 1980s Italy.


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Timothèe Chalamet’s Future Prospects

Chalamet has had an impressive start to his acting career. And even though he is usually typecast as the boy in a coming of age movie with behavioral issues, he has shown that his acting performances has a range far beyond that. As he grows and matures, time will only tell what opportunities his acting career holds.

This list will be updated as films are released like Wonka (2023) and Dune: Part Two.


Will There Be An I Am Legend 2? Will Smith Says Yes

I Am Legend had a successful theatrical release in 2007 and the reputation for the film has only grown over time. With Hollywood creating a plethora of sequels, I Am Legend was a prime candidate to get a follow up. However, Will Smith has denied rumors of a 2nd installment for over a decade and seemed against the idea overall.

In a surprising turn of events, Will Smith just announced that a sequel to I Am Legend is now happening – thanks to Michael B. Jordan.



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Michael B. Jordan played a role in creating the story concept for the sequel and when Will was presented with the idea he changed his mind on the project.

“It was one of those ones I was gonna leave alone, and then I heard the idea. That might work. I think we can do that.” – Will Smith

The plot is being kept under wraps but Will Smith has stated that he will return for the sequel. Jordan will also be produce and star in the film alongside Smith. This will mark the first time Will Smith and Michael B. Jordan will share the big screen.

It’s unclear what Michael B. Jordan’s role will be or how Will Smith’s character will return but it’s said to be a “really, really cool concept.”

The I Am Legend screenwriter will be writing the sequel and there has been no announcements about a director.

I Am Legend is a movie adaptation of the 1954 novel with the same name written by Richard Matheson. Francis Lawrence directed the post-apocalyptic film which followed the sole survivor of a plague in New York City who struggles valiantly to find a cure.

The 2007 film starred Will Smith, Alice Braga, Charlie Tahan, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Willow Smith, and Darrell Foster.