September 16th- 22nd
Living With Yourself
Living with yourself
If you are having a bad day everyday, why don't you just rebuild your DNA and create a better version of yourself?
Join Paul Rudd and Paul Rudd in a brand new Netflix original series as his life turns upside down once he gets the chance to meet his other self- the one that has been in charge for the past days.
'Living with yourself' sure gives you a lot to think about. The cast includes Aisling Bea, Alia Shawkat, Karen Pittman and Desmin Borges. Premiering on Netflix on October 18th.
Dark Waters is an intense drama who explores the true story of a corporate defence attorney taking on an environmental case against the chemical giant DuPont.
Robert Bilott (Mark Ruffalo) fights hard to reveal the truth and to connect animal deaths and people's illnesses to the chemical company.
Ruffalo is joined by Anne Hathaway who plays Sarah Bilott, Robert's wife, and Tim Robbins, among others.
If we're to judge by the trailer, this will be a heavyweight film and major Oscar contender. Let's see what January 2020 brings.
In the Tall Grass
After "Pet Sematary" and "It Chapter Two", comes another adaptation of Stephen King's work.
"In the tall grass" is an adaptation of the eponymous novella co-written by King and his son, who writes under the pen name "Joe Hill".
The trailer is disturbing, suspenseful and draws the audience in, just as siblings Becky (Laysla de Oliveira) and Cal DeMuth (Avery Whitted) are drawn to a field of grass after hearing a boy's cry for help.
The scenes become more and more sinister as they discover that the field seems to be inhabited by an evil presence which has a mind of its own.
It looks like quality horror drama is heading our way, and I, for one, cannot wait to see it.
The Rhythm Section
Stephanie Patrick (Blake Lively) sets out to uncover the truth behind a plane crash in which she lost her family. Lively is joined by Jude Law, Sterling K Brown, and Max Casella in what looks like a role of a lifetime. Judging from the trailer, we expect her performance to be a masterclass in acting.
In the trailer she effortlessly goes from upset to happy, to mad and desperate, as she becomes an assassin.
Bonus news of the week
Join Adam Sandler in the promo for the `Uncut Gems` teaser trailer. Coming this 24th of September.
`Cruella` casting news
Emily Beecham has officially been cast alongside Emma Stone in Disney`s live-action `101 Dalmatians` prequel.
`A Christmas Carol`
Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell showed interest in developing a musical production based on Charles Dickens` `A Christmas Carol`.
`The Grudge` reboot
The upcoming horror reboot of `The Grudge` has released new images. It will hit theatres in January, 2020.
`The Craft` reboot
The leading cast of `The Craft` reboot has been revealed. Cailee Spaeny (Vice), Gideon Adlon (The Society), Lovie Simone and Zoey Luna (Pose) will be starring in the remake.
`Fate: The Winx Club Saga`
`The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina` star Abigail Cowen, has been offered the lead in Netflix`s upcoming series.
This past week, a brand new `Joker` poster featuring Joaquin Phoenix has been released. Put on a happy face on the 4th of October.
`Black Widow` casting news
Robert Downey Jr. is reportedly returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe next year by starring in Scarlett Johansson`s "Black Widow".
`Knives Out` news
Director Rian Johnson shared new character posters for his latest film- Knives Out, starring Chris Evans, Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lakeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford, Jaeden Martell, Christopher Plummer, Ana de Armas, Don Johnson, Michael Shannon and Toni Collette.
`The Irishman` news
The first official poster for Martin Scorsese`s "The Irishman" featuring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, has been released.
`The French Dispatch' news
The official cast for 'The French Dispatch' has been released and includes: Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan, Elizabeth Moss, Jeffrey Wright, Bill Murray, Kate Winslet, Christopher Waltz and other A-listers.
`Little Shop of Horrors' news
According to US Weekly, Lady Gaga ('American Horror Story', 'A Star is Born') has reportedly been offered a role in the 'Little Shop of Horrors'reboot.