The Superbowl has been and gone, and we all know what that means – new film trailers! With millions of people tuning in, movie studios often reveal their new projects or debut a long awaited trailer during the big game. We’ve compiled every trailer into one convenient list. Enjoy!

Solo: A Star Wars Story

First up, we have what is possibly the most highly anticipated trailer on the list. The fourth modern Star Wars film Under Disney’s leadership and the second Star wars ‘Anthology’ movie, the new trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story gives us our first glimpse of Alden Ehrenreich playing the young version of Harrison Ford’s famous character.

The Superbowl version was actually just a short teaser for the longer trailer released the next day – we’ve included both below:

Avengers: Infinity War

This isn’t the first trailer we’ve seen for the latest Avengers movie, but this latest version gives Marvel fans previously unseen footage of Captain America & co. gearing up for a final showdown with Thanos.

Mission: Impossible — Fallout

We finally get to see Henry Cavill sporting the infamous moustache that ruined the Justice League movie, joining series regulars Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames. Mission: Impossible — Fallout will be the sixth movie of the Mission Impossible franchise.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

After a short teaser earlier this year, we finally get a much better look at the follow-up to 2015’s mega-hit Jurassic World. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard both reprise their roles as they attempt to save as many dinosaurs as they can from an unstable volcanic island.

The Cloverfield Paradox

Netflix dropped a major bombshell on us all by announcing a surprise addition to the Cloverfield series. Much like 10 Cloverfield Lane before it, the The Cloverfield Paradox began life as a totally unrelated project bearing little resemblance to the original movie, before being swallowed up into the Cloverfield universe.

The new scifi thriller will skip the theatrical release and become a Netflix exclusive.

Skyscraper

Dwayne Johnson’s new action thriller has been compared to this generation’s Die-Hard, with Johnson playing a former FBI agent who now evaluates security at skyscrapers for a living. Unsurprisingly, things go wrong and Dwayne finds himself fighting for his and his family’s life.

A Quiet Place

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski star in a dystopian future where the few surviving members of the human race are hunted by creatures who apparently can’t see but have incredibly sensitive hearing. It’s a simple concept that creates some incredibly tense scenarios.

Red Sparrow

Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence reunites with director with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence for the story of a former ballerina who becomes a lethal secret agent.

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