5 Places to Watch Spanish Movie Trailers

Watching movie trailers is perfect for getting a glimpse of what different movies are about. And if you’re looking for Spanish movie trailers, you’ve landed in the right corner of the internet.

The following resources in this post offer websites to watch Spanish movie trailers for any taste, plus why you should consider learning Spanish with them.


1. Trailers in Spanish

Trailers in Spanish is a YouTube channel featuring many of the latest movie trailers from a wide array of genres. Plus, the trailers are neatly organized into convenient playlists based on genre. These categories include películas de acción (action movies), películas de comedia (comedy movies), películas de fantasía (fantasy movies) and more.

Additionally, Trailers in Spanish channel offers multiple trailers for some films. This way, if you like one trailer, you might be able to find similar trailers for that same film.

Some of the trailers are even subtitled in Spanish to help you read along. Just look for trailers subtitulados (subtitled) in the title.

Spanish trailer recommendation:

“El bebé jefazo”

If you like to see infants dressed as adults (and who doesn’t?) “El bebé jefazo” (“The Boss Baby”) might be right for you. The movie is an animated tale about a boy who discovers his baby brother is actually working for a secret organization of super intelligent babies.

2. FluentU

FluentU takes real-world videos—like music videos, movie trailers, news and inspiring talks—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons.

Other sites use scripted content. FluentU uses a natural approach that helps you ease into the Spanish language and culture over time. You’ll learn Spanish as it’s actually spoken by real people.

FluentU has a wide variety of videos topics, as you can see here:


FluentU brings native videos within reach with interactive transcripts. You can tap on any word to look it up instantly. Every definition has examples that have been written to help you understand how the word is used.

Plus, if you see an interesting word you don’t know, you can add it to a vocab list.


Review a complete interactive transcript under the Dialogue tab, and find words and phrases listed under Vocab.


Learn all the vocabulary in any video with FluentU’s robust learning engine. Swipe left or right to see more examples of the word you’re on.


The best part is that FluentU keeps track of the vocabulary that you’re learning, and gives you extra practice with difficult words. It'll even remind you when it’s time to review what you’ve learned. Every learner has a truly personalized experience, even if they’re studying with the same video.

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FluentU uses video clips from authentic Spanish media—including a large selection of movie trailers—to teach the language the way it’s really used by native speakers. 

The videos are organized by difficulty, making it easy to find trailers appropriate for your level. Every video comes with a transcript and interactive subtitles so you can learn new vocabulary while you watch. 


The program’s flashcard feature and personalized vocabulary quizzes will help you review these words and phrases so you can use them in your Spanish conversations. 

Spanish trailer recommendation:

FluentU videos are constantly being updated to show fresh content. Since videos are categorized by topic, format and difficulty, you can easily choose the “TV/Movie Trailers” trailer format to see the whole collection. 

3. SensaCine

SensaCine is a Spanish-language film website that offers trailers for new and upcoming movies, as well as a large archive of old trailers—so it’ll be hard to run out of interesting content on this site.

SensaCine maintains all of its trailers on file, so you can easily peruse thousands of different trailers, including modern classics like Harry Potter y la Piedra Filosofal (“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”). To see the Spanish-language trailers, you can simply filter your search results to versión doblada (dubbed version).

Spanish trailer recommendation:

“Piratas del Caribe: La venganza de Salazar”

“Piratas del Caribe: La venganza de Salazar” literally translates to “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Revenge of Salazar,” but the U.S. title is “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.”

This is the fifth installment in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise. It’s a traditional swashbuckling film that follows Jack Sparrow (played by Johnny Depp) as he faces a rival with a ghost crew.

4. Trailers y Estrenos

Trailers y Estrenos (“Trailers and Premieres”) is a YouTube channel featuring some of the latest trailers in Spanish. The trailers cover all genres, including animated films, action films and anything else you could possibly imagine.

Plus, Trailers y Estrenos doesn’t just have Spanish-language trailers for Hollywood blockbusters. It also has trailers for movies originally produced in Spanish.

This is a helpful way to get a taste of international film, while also absorbing the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

Spanish trailer recommendation:

“Capitán Calzoncillos: Su primer peliculón”

“Capitán Calzoncillos: Su primer peliculón” translates literally to “Captain Underpants: His first film,” but the English-language title is actually “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.”

This animated film is based on the “Captain Underpants” series of books by Dav Pilkey in which two boys transform their principal into a superhero and then must stop villains (including a huge toilet) from taking over.

5. Estrenos de cine

Estrenos de cine (“Film premieres”) also offers a nice selection of movie trailers, as well as descriptions and ratings of films and links to where they can be viewed. Trailers are organized chronologically so there’s a diverse array to choose from on the home page.

The trailers cover a wide variety of genres and focus primarily on current and upcoming releases.

Spanish trailer recommendation:

“Guardianes de la Galaxia Vol. 2”

“Guardianes de la Galaxia Vol. 2” (“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”) is the second installment in the popular “Guardians of the Galaxy” franchise. It follows the Marvel superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy as they travel to learn about one superhero’s parentage. The trailer primarily features common everyday vocabulary, so it’s great for general listening practice.

Why Watch Movie Trailers in Spanish?

First of all, Spanish movie trailers are short, so they’re easy to watch without being overwhelming. Most trailers hover around two minutes (plus or minus a minute), so they’re not intimidating.

Second, movie trailers are chock full of colorful and useful vocabulary words. Since movie trailers aim to entice audiences and hint at the movies’ content, the vocabulary is often fairly general but engaging and accompanied by attention-grabbing visuals.

Last but not least, movie trailers often provide themed learning. In other words, you can pick up thematic vocabulary and expressions based on the genre, style and subject of the movie trailer you’re watching.


So if you like action, adventure, comedy and/or Spanish language, don’t miss these entertaining, educational trailers!

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