40 years in the making, the final film from the legendary Orson Welles, The Other Side of the Wind, will be available to cinephiles on Netflix and in select theaters in November.
Ryan Gosling steps into the spacesuit of Neil Armstrong to tell the story of the Apollo 11 mission from his perspective with La La Land director Damien Chazelle behind the camera in October’s First Man.
A group of friends head to a giant traveling horror attraction called Hell Fest but become the target of an actual killer hiding in plan sight.
Drew Goddard is finally back behind the camera to follow up Cabin in the Woods with the 60’s set horror(?)/thriller Bad Times at the El Royale.
Tons of TV seasons out this week as we get closer to the fall TV season starting like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Flash, Chicagos Fire and Med and NCIS: LA along with movies from earlier in the summer like Tag and Upgrade.
Crazy Rich Asians remained on top of the box office for another weekend with one of the lowest drops ever between a first and second weekend while The Meg remains strong domestically and worldwide and the other new releases disappointed, if not outright bombed in the case of AXL.
It’s kind of appropriate that “Fire in the Hole” off of Van Halen III was featured on the soundtrack for 1998’s Lethal Weapon 4 as they put their band and franchise respectively into hibernation for over a decade due to mixed critical reception and lower than expected sales.
True Detective returns after it’s rocky and convoluted second season with Mahershala Ali and Stephen Dorff investigating a crime that covers three different time periods in and around the Ozarks area of Arkansas.
The Happytime Murders arrives but, according to critics, it’s an unfunny mess and there’s also the, not screened for critics, AXL and critically acclaimed thriller Searching.