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It’s that time of the week again when we round up all the best new movie trailers and TV teasers released over the past seven days. Today’s list includes all new titles headed to popular streaming platforms. We’ve got a mix of social drama, alien invasions, an interactive film starring The Undertaker, a deep dive into cancel culture, and more. So have a seat, hit play, and enjoy this week’s hot new trailers.

The best new movie trailers and TV show teasers for upcoming streaming titles

Britney vs Spears

A documentary that lays bare Britney Spears’ 13-year struggle against her conservatorship is coming to Netflix next week. Titled Britney vs Spears, the deep dive promises to uncover secrets gleaned from confidential reports and look at the failings in the US legal system.

See also: What to stream on Netflix this month

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Escape The Undertaker

Are you a wrestling fan? Well, The Undertaker is the star of Netflix’s latest interactive film. Dubbed Escape The Undertaker, the flick follows the terrible decision-making trio of The New Day, who visits the urn-wielding wrestler at his creepy home. Things seemingly go from bad to worse, but you can help decide the outcome just in time for Halloween.

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Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga star in one of the most visually arresting trailers we’ve seen for quite some time. Based on the 1929 novel by Nella Larson, Passing tells the story of childhood friends Irene and Clare in 1920s Harlem. Filmed in black and white, this social drama is anything but at its core, exploring the notions of self, the other, and the spaces between.

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The Sex Lives of College Girls

Mindy Kaling’s latest comedy is hitting HBO Max as a platform original. Starring Renee Rapp, Pauline Chalamet, and Amrit Kaur, the trailer doesn’t reveal much about the plot, but it will remind you just how annoying personalized alarm tones can be, especially during your college years.

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15 Minutes of Shame

Cancel culture goes under the microscope in this Monica Lewinsky-produced documentary. Directed by former Catfish host Max Joseph, the flick looks at what drives online outrage, talks to those most affected, and discusses how big tech companies are to blame.

See also: What to watch on Amazon Prime Video this month

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The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

Benedict Cumberbatch and Claire Foy star in this delightful, heart-warming period piece about an eccentric artist obsessed with cats. Based on the eponymous English artist, the film debuts in US theatres first on October 22 but lands on Prime Video on November 5.

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Apple TV Plus is bringing the latest alien invasion series to our screens next month. Titled Invasion, the series details the arrival of alien species through the eyes of five individuals dotted around the world. The show stars Sam Neill, Golshifteh Farahani, and Shamier Anderson and kicks off on October 22.

See also: Everything we know about Invasion on Apple TV Plus

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