September 2nd- 8th
Versatile writer and director Taika Waititi takes comedy to a whole new level in the first trailer for 'Jojo Rabbit'- an anti-hate satire that tells the story of a young boy named Jojo whose imaginary friend (Hitler- played by Waititi) guides him through life.
When Jojo finds out about the Jewish girl that her mother is hiding in their home, everything becomes complicated.
It is an amazing teaser for an amazing film, which includes many exciting details, such as having David Bowie's German version of 'Heroes' part of the soundtrack.
The cast features Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie, Academy Award winner Sam Rockwell, Scarlett Johansson, Rebel Wilson and Alfie Allen.
Between Two Ferns
"Have you ever seen a chicken strip?"
"I've never seen a chicken wear clothes"
"Between two ferns" movie is Hollywood's attempt at self mockery and sarcasm.
Join Zach Galifianakis as he takes his celebrity talk show on the road across the US, joined by Awkwafina, John Legend, Matthew McConaughey and Benefit Lumberjacks. Benefit Cumbers. Bene- ok, I'm sorry, Benedict. Benedict Cumberbatch and many more.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie will premiere on Netflix on the 20th of September. Until then, you can check out the episodes online.
Byran Stevenson (Michael B Jordan) is a Harvard-educated lawyer who decides to dedicate himself to finding justice for death row inmates that have been wrongfully convicted. He sets up a legal centre to aid his purpose, helped by Eva Ansley (Brie Larson), an Alabama advocate.
Branded the "Anti Green Book" (Matt Goldberg, Collider), "Just Mercy" tackles a broken judiciary system and stereotypes rooted in society. Let's hope it does the story justice.
Inspired by a true story, 'Hustlers' is a film about 6 former strip club employees that decide to team up and go after their Wall Street clients.
Ramona (Jennifer Lopez), Destiny (Constance Wu), Mercedes (Keke Palmer), Annabelle (Lili Reinhart), Diamond (Cardi B) and Liz (Lizzo) are expected to be a dynamic crew on screen. After receiving both positive and negative reviews, I guess it's up to you to give a verdict.
Julia Stiles, Madeline Brewer, Mette Towley and Trace Lysette join the cast.
Disenchantment: Part 2
From acclaimed animated series creator, Matt Groening, comes the second part of the series that will continue Princess Bean's endless cycle of unfortunate events.
In a tale filled with exciting characters, where magic and laughter interfere at every turn, get ready to travel to hell and back only to realise that the world is just one big messed up place.
Join this hilarious adventure on the 20th of September.
Bad Boys For Life
For old times' sake join Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in what seems to be the last instalment of 'Bad Boys'.
After a long absence, detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett team up for one last time in a mission that will bring a huge dose of action and excitement to the big screen.
Vanessa Hudgens,Alexander Ludwig, Joe Pantoliano, Happy Anderson and Charles Melton are part of the cast. The film is expected to premiere on January 17th, 2020.
This year's 'Black Christmas' is a remake of the 1974 horror film with the same name. A group of students are being chased by an odd stranger during their Christmas break.
Apart from looking quite weak on its own, the plot seems very predictable judging by the trailer. What's even worse is that we pretty much end up with the entire film in the two minute trailer.
We already know about the 'strangers', so the film will probably be kind of pointless. Well, if you want to watch it, it will hit theatres on Friday, the 13th of December.
Catherine the Great
Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke reunite on the small screen to depict the powerful Catherine the Great, Russian empress, during her affair with Grigory Potemkin (Clarke).
The show is bound to be a delight with a very capable cast and a rich story to be illustrated. It remains to be seen whether the show would take a stand, by mentioning Catherine's orders to inoculate her "subjects" against smallpox or her support of the Enlightenment.
Wow. Absolutely wow.
Forget Disney World, welcome to Stephen King World.
Doctor Sleep is an adaptation of Stephen King's eponymous novel, and a direct sequel to the acclaimed and cult film The Shining.
The trailer depicts a movie picture masterfully executed, with Ewan McGregor playing Danny Torrance, "the kid from The Shining".
Years after the events at the Overlook Hotel, Danny is still traumatised and meets Abra (Kyliegh Curran), a girl who shares his gift.
From then on it should be an all-you-can-stomach buffet of suspense and writing mastery.
The second trailer prolongs the suspense and immerses us deeper into the film. Can it be out already?
Bonus news of the week
This week, Todd Phillips` "Joker", starring Joaquin Phoenix, was awarded the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
There have already been discussions about future Oscars nominations. Isn`t it October 4th yet?
`The Crown`: Season 4 news
It has been confirmed that actress Gillian Anderson will play Margaret Thatcher in the upcoming season of `The Crown`, that is now in production.
Amazon`s "Lord of the Rings" news
Bandersnatch actor Will Poulter has been cast in Amazon`s newest TV show following events related to `Lord of the Rings`.
Wild Mountain Thyme
Emily Blunt, Jon Hamm and Jamie Dornan have been cast in `Wild Mountain Thyme`.
HBO`s series will premiere with its first episode on the 20th of October.
James Gunn`s "The Suicide Squad"
Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who) joins the cast of James Gunn`s latest film. It is also rumored that SNL`s Pete Davidson will have a small cameo.
Guillermo del Toro`s "Nightmare Alley"
Rooney Mara officially joins "Nightmare Alley", starring alongside Cate Blanchette and Bradley Cooper.
Hayley Atwell (Marvel) will be joining Tom Cruise in the next film of the beloved franchise.