This week, there are some exciting movie trailers on the line with the package consisting various flavours. The lot includes thrillers, action movies and comedy.

Here’s a list of five movie trailers you must watch this week.

The Girl on the Train

It’s a story about a woman who takes a train to go to work in New York, everyday. One day while watching a couple outside through the train, she sees something troubling, says Variety.

It’s a thriller movie based on the novel by Paula Hawkins. The movie stars Emily Blunt as the titular girl. This disturbing story will hit theatres this fall on October 7th.

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The Magnificent Seven

The story of this movie revolves around seven gun men in the old west. They eventually come together to help out a poor village against savage thieves, says Cinema Blend.

The film is based on the Japanese movie – “Seven Samurai” by Akira Kurosawa and is a remake of the 1960 classic “The Magnificent Seven” starring Steve McQueen.

Through the trailer the movie looks promising. The film starts a flock of actors like Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt and others.

The Infiltrator

The film stars Bryan Cranston as a US Customs official. He exposes a money laundering method involving Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

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According to BGR, it will be fair to see Cranston as man who will be taking on a drug lord this time.

The Do-Over

A comedy film starring Adam Sandler and David Spade, “The Do-Over” hits Netflix on May 27.

The film talks about two down-on-their-luck guys who fake their deaths to start fresh with new identities. And that’s the beginning of trouble, says IMDB

Jason Bourne

Based on Robert Ludlum’s iconic assassin, “Jason Bourne” is directed by Paul Greengrass. In this film Bourne, now remembers who he truly is, says

He tries to uncover hidden truths about his past. This is the first “Jason Bourne” trailer.