This week, many new movies and limited series TV series will debut, including the following titles that will hit theaters or be released via video on demand on a variety of streaming platforms:
‘Enola Holmes 2’
Cast: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Louis Partridge and Helena Bonham Carter
Director: Harry Bradbeer
Rated on: PG-13
Fresh from the triumph of solving her first case, Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) follows in the footsteps of her famous brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and opens her own agency – only to find this life as a female detective. employment is not as easy as it seems.
Resigned from accepting the cold realities of adulthood, she is about to close the store when the match girl penniless offers Enola her first official job: finding her missing sister. But this case turns out to be far more puzzling than expected as Enola is thrown into a dangerous new world – from sinister London factories and colorful music halls to the highest echelons of society and Baker Street 221B itself. As the sparks of a deadly conspiracy ignite, Enola must summon friends – and Sherlock himself – to unravel her mystery. It looks like the game has found its way again.
The movie is set to be released on November 4 via Netflix.
“Strange: The Story of Al Yankovic”
Genre: Biographical parody
Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Evan Rachel Wood, Rainn Wilson, Toby Huss, Julianne Nicholson and Quinta Brunson
Director: Eric Appel
Daniel Radcliffe is Al Yankovic’s “weird” in an uncommon, true story about a musician.
The film is set to be released on November 4 on the Roku channel.
Genre: historical drama
Cast: Florence Pugh, Tom Burke, Elaine Cassidy, Kíla Lord Cassidy, Niamh Algar, Toby Jones and Ciarán Hinds
Director: Sebastián Lelio
Rated by: R
It is 1862, 13 years after the Great Famine. English Nurse Lib Wright (Florence Pugh) is called by a devout community to the Irish Midlands for a 15-day examination for one of them.
Anna O’Donnell (Kíla Lord Cassidy) is an 11-year-old girl who claims she hasn’t eaten in four months, miraculously surviving thanks to “manna from heaven”. As Anna’s health deteriorates rapidly, Lib is determined to uncover the truth by questioning the faith of a community that would prefer to remain in the faith.
The movie is slated to hit select theaters on November 2, ahead of its Netflix streaming premiere on November 16.
Genre: Psychological drama
Cast: Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry
Director: Lila Neugebauer
Rated by: R
Two unusual strangers find comfort in a new friendship as they make their way from grief to healing.
The film is slated to be released in cinemas and on Apple TV + on November 4.
Cast: Sadie Sink, Theo Rossi, Kweku Collins, Jessica Capshaw, Justin Bartha and Vivien Lyra Blair
Director: Gren Wells
“Dear Zoe” follows Tess (Sadie Sink), her mother Elly (Jessica Capshaw), stepfather David (Justin Bartha) and younger sister Emily (Vivien Lyra Blair) after the unimaginable loss of Tess’s second younger sister, Zoe (Mckenzie Noel Rusiewicz).
Fighting a sea of excitement, Tess embarks on a journey where she finds support from surprising sources: her biological father, Nick (Theo Rossi), the lovable idler on the wrong side of the tracks, and the adorable juvenile neighborhood criminal Jimmy (Kweku Collins). Nick and Jimmy provide Tess with the time and space she needs to breathe, live, experience new adventures, and eventually be in a better place to deal with the loss of baby Zoe.
The film is slated to hit selected cinemas and on demand from November 4.
“Good night, Oppy”
Director: Ryan White
Rated on: PG
Good Night Oppy tells the inspiring true story of Opportunity, a rover that was sent to Mars on a 90-day mission but survived 15 years. The film follows Opportunity’s groundbreaking journey to Mars and the remarkable bond that developed between the robot and its humans millions of kilometers away.
The movie is slated for a limited theatrical release on November 4 by Amazon Studios, ahead of streaming on Prime Video on November 23.
Cast: Toni Collette, Anna Faris, David Duchovny, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ron Livingston and Kathleen Turner
Director: Dean Craig
Rated by: R
Two sisters try to win over their terminally ill, hard-to-please aunt in hopes of becoming the beneficiaries of her wealthy estate, only to discover that the rest of their greedy family members have the same idea.
The film is slated to hit theaters on November 4.
Genre: science fiction and comedy
Cast: Katie Parker, Rahul Kohli, Rose McIver, Karen Gillan, Tongayi Chirisa and Diva Zappa
Director: Mali Elfman
Next Exit follows a scientist (Gillan) who proves on national news that he can track people in the afterlife – Rose (Parker) sees the way out, and Teddy (Kohli) sees his chance to finally do so.
These two strangers, both hiding dark secrets, race to join the doctor’s controversial study and leave this life behind. While Rose is haunted by a ghastly presence she cannot escape, Teddy is forced to face her past.
When these two losers humorously argue across the country, they meet people along the way
who force them to take into account what really drives them.
The film is scheduled to be released on November 4 via Magnet Releasing.
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