At The Movies
The nightmare isn't over as unstoppable killer Michael
Myers escapes from Laurie Strode's (Jamie Lee
Curtis) trap to continue his ritual bloodbath.
Injured and taken to the hospital, Laurie fights through
the pain as she inspires residents of Haddonfield, Ill.,
to rise up against Myers. Most of the original cast of
this iconic series reprises their roles for an movie
that is one part nostalgia, and two parts classic horror
The Many Saints Of Newark (HBO Max)
Young Anthony Soprano is growing up in one of the most
tumultuous eras in Newark, N.J., history, becoming a man
just as rival gangsters start to rise up and challenge
the all-powerful DiMeo crime family. Caught up in the
changing times is the uncle he idolizes, Dickie
Moltisanti, whose influence over his nephew will help
shape the impressionable teenager into the all powerful
mob boss, Tony Soprano. The Many Saints of Newark
featuring Alessandro Nivola and Leslie
Odom Jr. is streaming with subscription on HBO
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The Guilty (Netflix)
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a 911 operator
during a forest fire that's getting closer to LA. It's
clear from the outset that his character Joe is not your
ordinary operator. Just before his shift ends he gets a
panicked call from Emily, a woman abducted, before Joe
can get enough information she hangs up. What then
ensues is a frantic scramble to find the truth.
Gyllenhaal delivers his usual manic best, sliding from
amiable colleague all the way to a crazed mad man
struggling with not only the search for Emily but also
his own guilt. The Guilty is streaming with a
subscription on Netflix.
Duchess Kate is reportedly in talks to make a documentary about
early childhood development. The royal is said to have held talks earlier this
week with TV executive David Glover, who previously worked with
physicist Stephen Hawking on several projects.
Saturday Night Live saw another hosting debut this weekend,
this time in the form of a celebrity who could possibly even be called the
complete opposite of last week’s host, Owen Wilson: Kim
Kardashian West. The influencer reality TV star mogul took the stage
at Studio 8H for the first time ever on Saturday night, poking fun at herself
and her family in the process.
No Time to Die, the latest installment in the James Bond
franchise, debuted to $56 million at the domestic box office, a result that fell
somewhat short of expectations and signals that even one of the most storied
brands in film history is still being forced to contend with a moviegoing
landscape that has been dramatically altered by the pandemic.
Kate McKinnon is here as the most suitable copycat embodying
Carole Baskin. The Saturday Night Live star, who
signed on to star as the big cat enthusiast in the Tiger King
miniseries coming to Peacock, NBC and USA, was spotted in
her Baskin best while filming in Queensland, Australia. For her on screen look,
the 37 year old actress wore a leopard and floral patterned sweater paired with
a pair of denim and a cardigan with long blonde extensions to boot.
The holiday collection for Joanna Gaines' Target line,
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia, dropped, and the internet is freaking out. The
highly anticipated collection features dozens of insanely cute products like a
Letters to Santa Mailbox, cozy knit throws and pillows, plus kitchenware and
wrapping essentials that will impress your guests all season.
Christina Ricci is officially off the market. The Addams
Family actress surprised her Instagram followers with an exciting
life update: She's married! The A-lister tied the knot with celebrity
hairdresser Mark Hampton, who she's expecting a baby with.
Squid Game is the massive hit of the year that nobody saw coming.
The Korean language Netflix survival drama premiered September 17 and
steadily became a sensation in America as well as the rest of the world, despite
the series’ initially minimal stateside marketing. The show has been a leading
topic on social media and entertainment news for weeks.
Cillian Murphy has reteamed with Christopher Nolan
for the filmmaker’s latest project, now officially titled Oppenheimer.
Universal called the project an “epic thriller that thrusts audiences into
the pulse pounding paradox of the enigmatic man who must risk destroying the
world in order to save it.”
It was another banner week for Netflix’s Clickbait drama series,
which was the most viewed original streaming television show for the third week
Streaming viewership for David Chase’s The Many
Saints of Newark is coming into focus, as is the massive bump it gave
the series that inspired it, The Sopranos, according to
Netflix has given a formal series green light to That ’90s Show, a
followup to Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner’s hit
That ’70s Show. Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp
will anchor the spinoff, reprising their roles as Red Forman and Kitty Forman,