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Make Me Believe, Tour de France: Unchained, I Love You, Fool’s Paradise: New teasers and trailers

Here’s what kept the world of cinema and web buzzing today

Entertainment Web Desk Calcutta Published 03.06.23, 04:02 PM
Make Me Believe, Tour de France: Unchained, I Love You and Fool’s Paradise.

Make Me Believe, Tour de France: Unchained, I Love You and Fool’s Paradise. YouTube

Make Me Believe

Netflix released the official trailer of its upcoming Turkish-language romantic comedy film Make Me Believe on Friday. It stars Ayça Ayşin Turan, Ekin Koç and Zerrin Sümer in lead roles.


The two-minute-two-second-long trailer shows two grandmothers conspiring for their grandchildren to fall in love.

Make Me Believe will arrive on Netflix on June 23.

Tour de France: Unchained

The official trailer of Netflix’s upcoming sports documentary series Tour de France: Unchained was released by the streaming platform on Friday. It is produced by Quadbox — a collaboration between Quad and Box to Box Films.

The one-minute-59-second-long trailer uncovers the personal journeys, sacrifices and relentless dedication of the cyclists who participate in the tournament. It will follow the cyclists for 23 days of the gruelling race in 21 stages.

Tour de France: Unchained will be streaming on Netflix from June 8.

I Love You

Jio Cinema dropped the official teaser of its upcoming romantic psychological thriller film I Love You on Friday. Written and directed by Nikhil Mahajan, the film stars Rakulpreet Singh, Pavail Gulati and Akshay Oberoi in lead roles.

In the 57-second-long teaser, we see a man (Pavail Gulati) talking about his undying love for a woman (Rakulpreet Singh). We soon realise that he is obsessed with that woman and is stalking her. At the end of the video, we see the girl lying unconscious with a tape wrapped across her mouth.

Fool’s Paradise

Lionsgate Movies unveiled the official trailer of its upcoming American satirical comedy film Fool’s Paradise on Friday. Written and directed by actor-turned-director Charlie Day, it stars Day, Ken Jeong, Kate Beckinsale, Adrien Brody, Jason Sudeikis, Edie Falco, Jason Bateman, Common, Ray Liotta and John Malkovich.

The one-minute-32-second-long trailer shows a publicist (Ray Liotta) discovering a mute man (Charlie Day). The man has been released from a mental health facility and looks exactly like his method actor client who refuses to leave his trailer during a shoot.

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