Its trailer was one of a number of teasers released this week.
Christian Bale plays the fabulously named villain Gorr The God Butcher in the newly-released Marvel flick Thor: Love and Thunder but that’s not the only movie he has coming out this year.
He is also one of the leads of Amsterdama new crime comedy set in the 1930s, for which a trailer dropped this week.
The movie’s plot synopsis says it will follow three friends – a doctor (Bale), a nurse (Margot Robbie) and an attorney (John David Washington) who “witness a murder, become suspects themselves and uncover one of the most outrageous plots in American history”.
On top of the three leads, there are plenty of other big names among the film’s supporting cast including Alessandro Nivola, Andrea Riseborough, Anya-Taylor Joy, Chris Rock, Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Shannon, Mike Myers, Rami Malek, Robert De Niro, Taylor Swift, Timothy Olyphant and Zoe Saldaña.
Written and directed by David O’Russell (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook), people can find out if Amsterdam lives up to its starry ensemble when it arrives in Irish cinemas on 4 November, 2022.
Until then, its trailer can be watched below.
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Meanwhile, here are the other big trailers that were released this week in the world of film and TV.
Clip via Lionsgate Movies
Starting off with movies, Dante Hicks and Randal Graves are back in this long-awaited comedy sequel from writer-director Kevin Smith.
Clerks III is out in the US on 13 September so you can expect an Irish release date sometime after.
Emily the Criminal
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In this thriller that earned rave reviews on the festival circuit, Aubrey Plaza plays a woman who gets pulled into the LA criminal underworld.
Again, there is no Irish release date for this movie yet, but it is out in the US on 12 August.
Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul
Clip via Focus Features
Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown star in this satirical comedy coming to Peacock on 2 September.
Olivia Colman plays a new mother who winds up on the run with a young teenager in this Irish coming-of-age comedy out in cinemas on 29 July.
The Woman King
Clip via eOne UK
Oscar-winner Viola Davis stars in this historical epic based on the true story of the Dahomey Amazons which is set to arrive in Irish cinemas on 4 October.
Better Call Saul Season 6B
Clip via Breaking Bad & Better Call Saul
Moving onto TV, Better Call Saul will begin premiering its final batch of episodes from 12 July on Netflix.
Clip via Prime Video
Landing on Amazon Prime Video on 29 July, this series follows four young girls in the ’80s who get sent on an adventure through time.
Clip via HBO
Last but not least, this HBO series created by, written by and starring comedian Nathan Fielder (Nathan For You) has not got an Irish release date yet but premieres in the US on 15 July.