Watch the Top 10 Trending Movie Trailers

What's on the way? These are the latest and greatest movie previews you absolutely need to see.

By Jesse Conner

Top 10 Trending Movie Trailers

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We'll have trailer breakdown stories for a lot of these videos, but for a quick look at the ten movie trailers folks are buzzing about, bookmark this page. We'll be updating it constantly to provide the latest for your viewing pleasure.

1) Luca – Summer 2021 – Theaters

Get ready to have a blast with Luca and friends this summer with adventures by land and by sea. Luca and Alberto can go anywhere and do anything because if they get bored of their life on land, they can just as easily return to the ocean for some more outrageous escapades.

2) Cruella – May 28, 2021 – Theaters

One of Disney's most fashionably wicked villains is crashing the party because she was born brilliant, bad, and a little bit mad. Watch Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil.

3) Nomadland – Feb. 19, 2021 – Theaters and Hulu

The life of a nomad is one that doesn't require a house because home is wherever you want it to be. Fern (Frances McDormand) is packing up her life to travel the world for places where society's expectations and rules don't exist. Her journey might be lonely at times, but that doesn't mean she won't make some friends along the way. With her lifestyle, she's trying to take in the world for everything it has to offer, which means not sticking around one place for too long.

4) Coming 2 America – Mar. 5, 2021 – Prime Video

Three-plus decades later, Eddie Murphy's back as Prince Hakeem of Zamunda. After finding out he has a long-lost son in America, Hakeem and bff Semmi (Arsenio Hall) head back to Queens to welcome the newest heir to the throne (Jermaine Fowler). Also returning are James Earl Jones, Shari Headley, John Amos and Louie Anderson, along with new company Wesley Snipes, Tracy Morgan and Lesley Jones.

5) Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar – Feb. 12, 2021 – PVOD

Looking to lighten the mood? Barb (Annie Mumolo) and Star (Kristen Wiig) are ready to lower the temperature in the room as a couple of fun-loving midwesterners who head to Vista Del Mar, Florida, for colorful adventures, a bit of romance and possibly even some heroics as they battle a bad guy ready to destroy the town.

6) Raya and the Last Dragon – Mar. 5, 2021 – Theaters and Disney+ Premium

Kelly Marie Tran leads the way in Disney's first animated Southeast-Asian adventure, providing the voice of Raya, a spirited warrior who sets off with a ragtag group (sort of an ancient world "Ocean's 11" ensemble) to find the last dragon and restore peace between the warring lands. The first full trailer proves that Raya's not the only one with spunk – the last dragon, Sisu (voiced by Awkafina), has lots of colorful attitude.

7) Godzilla vs. Kong – Mar. 26, 2021 – Theaters and HBO Max

The two monster titans square off in a cinematic battle for the ages. The trailer finds Godzilla in a particularly irritable mood, and Kong ready to take him out of it. Meanwhile, lots of humans stand around in awe, trying to figure out what the next moves will be.

8) Cherry – Feb. 26, 2021 – Apple TV+

MCU veteran directors Joe and Anthony Russo re-team with "Spidey" star Tom Holland for a much different kind of story, adapting the novel "Cherry" by Nico Walker. The plot follows an Army vet who resorts to bank robbing to fund his PTSD-triggered addiction to opiates.

9) Judas and the Black Messiah – Feb. 12, 2021 – Theaters and HBO Max

Potential awards favorite "Judas and the Black Messiah" features a stellar cast, with LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya playing real-life figures William O'Neal (Stanfield) and Fred Hampton (Kaluuya). In the late '60s, the FBI recruits small-time criminal O'Neal to infiltrate the Illinois chapter of the Black Panthers to gather intel on leader Hampton. Expect lots of social drama fireworks that will be completely relevant to our current times.

10) The United States vs. Billie Holiday – Feb. 26, 2021 – Hulu

Filmmaker Lee Daniels ("The Butler," "Precious") takes on the case of "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," starring singer-songwriter-actress Andra Day as the legendary icon Billie Holiday. As Holliday's singing career soars and one of her notable songs challenges the racism of her day, she's targeted in a sting operation by the Federal Department of Narcotics.