I can't say the trailers have particularly moved me one way or the other but I loved 4 of the 5 Tarantino moves I've seen so I will almost certainly give it a watch when it comes out on streaming/blu-ray.
Probably Mass Effect: Andromeda for me. I did bail on RDR2 after 20-30 hours but I was impressed with the game even if I ultimately couldn't stick with it, so it's hard to say it was a bummer for me. But ME 2 is one of my favorite games, I like both 1 and 3 a whole lot, and as Vinny said, "They killed Mass Effect."
Wasn't it only Tyrese that went in a huff about this? Rock & Jason are better than him in the movies any way!
No, not exactly. The main beef appears to be between Vin Diesel and the Rock. There were apparently lots of tension between the two during the filming of F&F 8 to the extent that they wouldn't film a scene together. Diesel seems to think that the Rock is attempting to displace him as the central figure of the series, as evidenced in part by this new Hobbs & Shaw film, which strikes me as both somewhat paranoid and not entirely unwarranted. Tyrese kind of just got caught in the middle and picked Diesel's side because Hobbs & Shaw is delaying F&F9 and Tyrese wants to get his.
Yes, because I'm too much of a F&F fan not to, but I don't have high hopes. I also don't like how easily they let Statham into the crew in 8 and the trailers don't look great but eh. F&F is one of the only things that gets me into theaters these days.
F&F 9 looks to be shaping up nicely though. Justin Lin back in the director's chair (he did Tokyo Drift through 6), the return of Jordana Brewster as Mia, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron reprising their F&F 8 roles, no drama with the Rock...
Destiny 2, Apex Legends, and Forza Horizon 4 mainly. Just got into FH4 recently because of Game Pass and it's like gaming candy, very fun. Feels like the spiritual successor to last gen's Test Drive Unlimited (I loved those games!).