Trailers of the week: Steve Jobs, Creed & London Has Fallen


Loads of movie trailers seem to have dropped this week so here is my round-up of the ones you really need to see and why.

Steve Jobs 

I know nothing about his man beyond his position at Apple so I found this trailer fascinating. Michael Fassbender is Jobs, Seth Rogen is Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Kate Winslet Joanna Hoffman. This looks very dramatic and I knew nothing about Jobs’ situation with his daughter. Wozniak has already come out to say Rogen’s performance isn’t like him and the script isn’t totally accurate, but it still looks damn exciting.


I am not well-versed in Rocky. Watching the whole franchise is on my to-do list before Creed comes out. I don’t know if it’s worth doing another one, but I like boxing dramas and Michael B. Jordan is a talented actor so I’m prepared to give this a try. Obviously Sylvester Stallone is back too. This has potential.

London Has Fallen 

This is the teaser trailer for the sequel to 2013’s White House Down, errr sorry, Olympus Has Fallen. Gerard Butler is back to kick ass and take names as a terrorist attack hits as the world leaders gather in London for the funeral of the British Prime Minister. The trailer has been blasted for its insensitive timing, given that the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 bombings in London approaches.

Secret in Their Eyes

This crime thriller stars an all-star cast of Nicole Kidman, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Julia Roberts, who work in the FBI and their lives are torn apart when Roberts’ daughter is found brutally murdered. It jumps forward 13 years when Ejiofor thinks he had found a lead. This the remake of the Oscar-winning Argentinian film. Looks like harrowing stuff but great performances all round.

Which one are you most looking forward to and why?

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