More new trailers have been released and these upcoming movies have a variety of genres, such as action, comedy, drama and a documentary.
The Maze Runner sequel, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, goes to the top, while The 33 and Michael Bay‘s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi come in second and third place, respectively. A new documentary feature with Steve Jobs in Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine shows more of the late Apple Founder.
Take a look at this week’s new trailers below. ~Maria-Josee Martinez
2. The 33
In the next chapter of The Maze Runner saga, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his friends have to face their greatest challenge: searching for clues about the mysterious and powerful organization called WCKD. Upon discovering the maze, Thomas learns that the organization is testing young people, who are captives. Thomas and his friends plan to escape the facility but face an even greater challenge.
Based on the 2010 Chile mining disaster, The 33 tells the story of 33 miners trapped underground. Mario (Antonio Banderas) and his coworkers are trapped for 69 days and together, they find a way to survive while waiting for help from rescue teams.
On the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the American ambassador to Libya is killed by a group of Islamist militants in 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. A security team then fights to make sense of the chaos.
The documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine goes through Steve Jobs’ time at Apple. The film examines Jobs as being both a genius and a tyrant at the same time. It features interviews, early videos and takes a look at his untimely death.
Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie star in the Christmas comedy The Night Before. Three childhood friends have been reuniting on Christmas Eve for the past decade. But upon reaching adulthood, they realize this tradition is coming to an end. To make the last one memorable, they set out to find the Holy Grail of Christmas parties, which is the Nutcracka Ball.
Sicario means “hitman” in Spanish. Emily Blunt stars as FBI agent Kate Macy, who gets a first-hand view into the world of international drug trafficking between the U.S. and Mexican border when two members of the government draw her into their plan to bring down a Mexican drug dealer.
In We Are Your Friends, Zac Efron plays Cole, a 23-year-old aspiring D.J. who wants to break into the Hollywood electronic music scene. With dreams of being a major record producer, Cole spends his nights working on a track that will introduce him to the world. Cole meets James (Wes Bentley), an older D.J. who begins mentoring him. However, he makes a connection with his mentor’s girlfriend, which leaves him in a tough situation.
In the political thriller Zipper, Sam Ellis (Patrick Wilson) is a man on the rise with a bright political future. What was originally meant to be a one-time experience with a high-end prostitute becomes a growing addiction. His moral compass unraveling, his new demon threatens to destroy his personal life and career.
We get a glimpse into the unlikely friendship between a New York author (Patricia Clarkson) and an Indian driving instructor (Ben Kingsley) in Learning to Drive. Wendy learns to embrace her independence after separating from her husband, while Darwan prepares for an arranged marriage. Through their time together, they learn the values of life, love, and friendship.