While the low score and underwhelming halftime show didn’t inspire the positive vibes normally associated with the Super Bowl, there was one part of the evening that did deliver: the movie and TV trailers and teasers.
It was a pretty big night for Disney, which dropped trailers for Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, and Pixar’s Toy Story 4. Jordan Peele featured heavily, too. Alongside voicing a new Toy Story character, the director aired a new trailer for his Get Out follow-up, Us, and starred in the first teaser for CBS’ The Twilight Zone reboot.
Find all the trailers we’re hyped about most below.
Release date: March 22
The second trailer for Jordan Peele’s Get Out follow-up builds on the harrowing vibes delivered in the first. “You know how sometimes things line up?” Lupita Nyong’o’s character Adelaide Wilson asks. “Coincidences? Since we’ve been up here, they’ve been happening more and more. It’s like there’s this black cloud hanging over us.”
Release date: April 26
The Avengers have no plans to move on following the aftermath of Infinity War. While they might be mourning the loss of half the universe, the surviving Marvel superheroes are gearing up for their biggest fight yet.
Release date: March 8
Brie Larson continues to kick ass in the latest trailer for her debut as force officer Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel. The movie puts Danvers in the middle of a fight between two alien races and will set up her Avengers introduction in Endgame.
Toy Story 4
Release date: June 21
Bo Peep gets reintroduced to the Toy Story franchise after a 20-year hiatus in the trailer for the fourth installment in the series. While brief, the Super Bowl sneak peek gave us an added look at Key and Peele’s role in the movie — specifically, in this case, kicking at Buzz Lightyear’s head.
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
Release date: August 2
Building on the first trailer that dropped only a few days ago, the new Hobbs & Shaw clip delivers more of what we’re all expecting from this first Fast & Furious spin-off: ridiculous action, souped-up cars, and lots of Dwayne Johnson.
Release date: March
Based on the 2011 movie of the same name, Amazon’s Hanna follows a young girl stolen from a hospital as a child and then raised to become a savage fighting machine.
The Twilight Zone
Release date: April 1
The brief teaser for CBS’s The Twilight Zone reboot takes viewers into an alternate reality. Jordan Peele assumes Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic role as the host and asks the audience, “When truth is not the truth, what dimension are you even in?”
The Handmaid’s Tale
Release date: TBC
Fire and vengeance look to be the main motivations in the third season of The Handmaid’s Tale. The trailer starts out as an aspirational promotional government video and soon descends into the blazing flames of rage June is trying to instill in the handmaidens of Gilead.