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JOE Trailers Weekly is Sylvester Stallone’s new crime drama series worth watching

It belongs to Terence Winter, who created Boardwalk Empire and wrote the screenplay for The Wolf of Wall Street.

Welcome once again to the JOE trailer column, where we collect the best movie and TV series trailers released in the last week for your enjoyment.

You can check out the best offers from the last seven days below.

TRAILER OF THE WEEK

Tulsa King

Clip through Paramount Plus

Our trailer of the week focuses on Tulsa King, a new crime drama series that features some of the biggest talents both on and off screen.

Sylvester Stallone, of Rambo and Rocky fame, stars in the series as New York mobster Dwight “The General” Manfredi, who has just been released from prison after 25 years in prison.

Excited about his release, he is disappointed when his boss kicks him out to open a shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“Realizing that his mafia family may not have his best interests in mind, Dwight is slowly assembling a ‘team’ of a group of unlikely characters to help him establish a new criminal empire in what could be another planet to him. “The plot synopsis reads.

Starring alongside Stallone are Andrea Savage (Step Brothers), Garrett Hedlund (Tron: Legacy) and Martin Starr (Silicon Valley), as well as some familiar faces from the best crime dramas of recent years, such as Domenic Lombardozzi. . (“The Wire”), Max Casella (“The Sopranos”) and Vincent Piazza (“Boardwalk Empire”).

Meanwhile, the series is being produced by Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone) and the show will be hosted by Terence Winter, who wrote The Sopranos, wrote The Wolf of Wall Street and created Boardwalk Empire.

Will Tulsa King be able to live up to some of these great designs? You can find out when the premiere will take place on the Paramount+ streaming service on November 13.

Check out other big trailers of the week below.

Bros

Clip through Universal Pictures Ireland

The romantic comedy about two men (Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane) who have commitment issues and are trying to form a relationship hits Irish theaters on October 28.

Blonde

Clip through Netflix

Ana de Armas plays Marilyn Monroe in this film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ historical fantasy novel of the same name.

JOE detailed the trailer here. The film releases on Netflix on September 23rd.

Belief

Clip through Netflix

Speaking of Netflix, Dakota Johnson is starring in this adaptation of Jane Austen, which hits the streamer on July 15th.

My policeman

Clip through Amazon Prime Video UK

Set in 1950s Brighton, this romantic drama centers on a gay cop named Tom (Harry Styles) who marries a schoolteacher named Marion (Emma Corrin) while in a relationship with Patrick (David Dawson, curator of the museum.

My Cop is released in theaters on October 21st and on Prime Video on November 4th.

Matilda

Clip through Trailers

Dublin actress Alisha Weir and Emma Thompson star in this musical adaptation of the popular children’s novel by Roald Dahl, which opens in theaters on 2 December.

Only murders in the building season 2

Clip through Disney Plus UK and Ireland

Moving to TV, Martin Short, Selena Gomez and Steve Martin return for the second season of this acclaimed detective comedy, which premieres on Disney+ on June 28.

Westworld Season 4

Clip through HBO

Last but not least, this epic sci-fi series about androids who have become sentient returns with a fourth season on June 27 on Sky Atlantic and NOW.

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