The new CBS series Clarice finds us following FBI agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) in her post-Hannibal Lecter career. And it will find the agent dealing with the aftermath of her experiences from the stories film fans will know. “One of the things I really love about Clarice is she’s succeeding in her workplace and as a young woman, and she’s having to sort out her mental health while she’s doing that,” showrunner and executive producer Elizabeth Klaviter told Rotten Tomatoes.Premieres February 11, 2021, on CBS. Old (2021) Night Shyamalan told Rotten Tomatoes that when his daughter gave him a copy of Pierre Oscar Levy and Frederik Peeters’ graphic novel Sandcastle, he read it and couldn’t stop thinking about it once he put it down. It stuck so much that he began to develop a film project inspired by the novel which would become Old, released by Universal this July. The Super Bowl gave us our first look at the mysterious film with a tense TV spot that showcased co-stars Gael García Bernal, Eliza Scanlen, Thomasin McKenzie, Alex Wolff, and more. The graphic novel focuses on a group of people who find themselves unable to leave a strange and secluded beach that – we soon discover – hides a terrifying secret: those gathered are ageing at a rapid pace.In theaters July 23, 2021. Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) Disney offered another look at its new animated epic, Raya and the Last Dragon, the first film from the animation giant set in Southeast Asia. The movie follows the journey of Raya (Kelly Marie Tran), as she endeavors to find the last dragon (Awkwafina) and fend off an evil that has returned to her land of Kumandra after centuries. Raya and the Last Dragon, like Mulan and Soul, will be available via Premiere Access on Disney+ for .99 (in the U.S.), but will also show in select theaters where they are open and safe.In select theaters and available on Premiere Access for Disney+ from March 5, 2021. Nobody (2021) Give me the kitty cat bracelet! : That s the sound of Bob Odenkirk making a play for mother-bleeping snakes on a mother-bleeping plane iconic-line glory in the new trailer for Universal s Nobody, a revenge thriller about a mild-mannered suburban dad whose inner ass-kicker is ignited after a break-in at his home. The movie has serious action-flick cred: it s directed by Hardcore Henry s Ilya Naishuller and written by Derek Kolstad, who is one of the major brains behind the John Wick movies. The story itself sprung from an idea Odenkirk himself had following break-ins at his own home.In theaters April 2, 2021.Yellowstone: 1883Yellowstone creator and writer of Hell or High Water Taylor Sheridan just signed a major new deal with ViacomCBS and MTV Entertainment group off the back of Yellowstone s success. No surprise then that the first big project announced as part of the deal is a prequel series to Yellowstone called Y: 1883, which according to a press release follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west through the Great Plans toward the last bastion of untamed America. Coming to Paramount+. F9 The Fast Saga (2021) It s been all quiet on the Fast front for some time, with the ninth film in the franchise delayed several times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But today we got another look at F9, which sees director Justin Lin – who breathed new life into the Furious films directing the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth movies – returning for helming duties. The movie, which promises to crank it all the way up, features John Cena and Cardi-B, and sees Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, and Sung Kang returning.In theaters soon.What was your favorite movie, TV, or streaming trailer from this year s Super Bowl? Let us know your pick from the Super Bowl trailers in the comments below.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Six years have passed since Frozen became one of the biggest pop culture phenomenons of the decade (maybe of all time?). Now Disney has finally made a sequel with the same team involved, and it’s sure to be one of the biggest movies of the year (maybe of all time?).But is Frozen II worth the wait, or is it just a pointless cash grab? The first reviews of the follow-up aren t as enthusiastic as they were for its predecessor, but most critics agree it s a worthy new adventure that should dazzle fans with its stunning animation, laugh-out-loud humor, and fun soundtrack.Here’s what critics are saying about Frozen II:How does the sequel compare to the original? The sequel is not only better than the 2013 original, but it also improves the original film by adding to its mythology and shining a light on the events of that story in a whole new way. Germain Lussier, io9