Plus Timothée Chalamet Eats People; Tim Burton’s ‘Wednesday’; ‘Glass Onion’
Hi there! Give a double snap for the premiere of Tim Burton’s Wednesday, the much-anticipated first pairing of two icons of all things creepy, kooky, mysterious, and spooky. Then make room for Echo 3, a new action series from Mark Boal. And if you’re still hungry after Thanksgiving dinner, watch Timothée Chalamet in new cannibal romance Bones and All. Just maybe skip the wishbone.
What to say about a film described as a “coming-of-age romantic cannibal road film”? Timothée Chalamte reteams with Call Me By Your Name writer-director Luca Guadagnino to nibble his way across the country alongside Taylor Russell, Mark Rylance, and Chloe Sevigny.
Benoit Blanc and his vowels are back in another installment of the Knives Out franchise. This time, he brings his uniquely Southern charms to Greece to investigate a star-studded murder in which the suspects include Kathryn Hahn, Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., and Edward Norton. Plus, cameos by the late Angela Lansbury and Stephen Sondheim!
Bumper’s back, and Berlin’s got him! This six-episode continuation of the Pitch Perfect series follows Adam DeVine’s now-TikTok famous a capella singer to Germany, where Jamella Jamil’s Gisela attempts to block his path to stardom.
It’s the year of the fighter pilot. A few months after Top Gun: Maverick owned theaters comes this Korean War-set story about real-life heroes Jesse Brown (Jonathan Majors) and Tom Hudner (Glen Powell).
Starring Will Smith as Peter, the Apple Original Films trailer provides an intense new look at this highly anticipated movie that will dive into the many atrocities committed in the antebellum South—and the lengths that one man will go to reunite with his family. It debuts in theaters on Dec. 2 and will become available globally on Apple TV+ on Dec. 9.
Oscar winner Mark Boal’s 10-episode thriller series Echo 3 premieres today on Apple TV+. But if the week-to-week action series—about a scientist who disappears near the Colombia-Venezuela border and is looked for by a brother named Bambi and a husband named Prince (yes, really)—leaves you craving more, try these other tense dramas. Don’t have Apple TV+ yet? Sign up for $6.99/month to stream Echo 3 and discover more must-watch shows and movies.
Moving back and forth from the ‘90s to the present day, the fallout of a plane crash that strands a high school girls’ soccer team in the mountains ratchets up tension and scares as the supernatural slowly creeps into their struggle to survive.
A group of strangers is rounded up and arrested after a kidnapping on this Apple TV+ series. All protest their innocence, but as they find themselves pursued by the police and mysterious forces, the question of who is truly involved becomes deadly.
Any season of Friends has a strong Thanksgiving installment, but we’re partial to the first, in which the Underdog balloon gets away during the parade, and we learn how to very precisely ensure that someone has the keys when leaving an apartment.
The second season of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix series gave us one of the strongest Thanksgiving eps ever with Lena Waithe’s installment, which follows Dev and Denise through years of holidays and won Ansari and Waite an Emmy Award for their script.