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Welcome back to Trailer Happy Hour, where we round up the day’s movie, TV, and gaming trailers into one convenient tasting menu of quick video clips. Today, we’ve got a Steven Tyler rock doc, an unconventional Arrested Development reunion, and two very different takes on Batman’s nemesis The Joker.


First up: Duck Butter, a new love-and-or-sex story produced by mumblecore kings Jay and Mark Duplass. Starring Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa as a pair of new lovers attempting to get 10 years of dating out of the way in a single night, the film—debuting next month at the Tribeca Film Festival— also has a pretty healthy run of big-name guest stars, including the Duplassi, Kumail Nanjiani, and Shawkat’s old Arrested Development buddy Mae Whitman. (Yes, her.)

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Next, we’ve got Steven Tyler: Out On A Limb, an effusively glowing documentary chronicling the Aerosmith frontman’s recent efforts to make a solo country album. If you’ve ever wanted to watch a dozen talking heads all try to find different ways to say “Steven Tyler is really cool!”, keep an ear and eye out for its VOD debut on May 15.

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Less optimistic: The date announcement trailer for Netflix’s new post-apocalyptic teen drama The Rain (out May 4). All due credit to the teaser: It makes the show look a lot less goofy than that “Stay dry, stay alive” tagline might suggest.

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Finally, we’ve actually got two trailers for the same project—each presenting a very different take on one of its most iconic characters—in the form of a pair of Joker-themed vignettes for the final episode of the second season of Telltale Games’ Batman series, The Enemy Within. Playing on the studio’s reputation for big, plot-diverging choices, one video shows how players’ decisions can turn “John Doe” into Batman’s buddy, a laughing, maniacal (and still pretty murderous) vigilante, while the other sees him transformed into the more classic cackling villain that we all know and love. The final episode of Batman: The Enemy Within arrives on March 27.

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