Happy Wednesday,friend. As we settle into the first week of September, there are two new docs worth queuing up today. Plus, if you haven’t already snagged your tickets, it looks like Taylor Swift will give theaters a strike-era box office boost with a new movie about her Eras tour.
Tom Hardy narrates the docuseries about five species—cheetahs, lions, polar bears, pumas and wild dogs—fighting to survive in an ever-evolving world and maintain their dominance as some of the fiercest predators on the planet.
Scouts Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America
The investigative documentary from director Brian Knappenberger pulls back the curtain on the 100-year-old youth organization as it digs into an extended history of institutional cover-up that endangered the lives of its young participants.
This 2013 release marks Vin Diesel's first non-Fast and the Furious role since 2009.
Premiering nine years after the previous installment, the movie is actually the third in a sci-fi series about a mercenary-turned-soldier.
In 2006, Diesel agreed to make a cameo in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in exchange for the rights to the titular character so that he could make the third movie.
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What Happens Later
Meg Ryan makes her long awaited return to the romcom world with a new movie (that she also directed) about two ex-lovers stranded overnight in an airport who are forced to revisit their past as they contemplate what may happen in the future. What Happens Later arrives in theaters on Oct. 13.
With Thursday marking the return of Virgin River—now in its fifth season as it continues to follow a big city nurse adjusting to a simpler life in the redwood forests area—that inspired a look back on other, unforgettable small-town romances that are worth watching over and over again.
After leaving Manhattan for a remote town in Colorado, life drastically changes for a father and his kids—played by Treat Williams, Gregory Smith and Vivien Cardone—as they settle into a world that is far from the one they originally grew up in.
If there's one show many current small-town romances like Virgin River owe their existence to, it's this one starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel as the central mother-daughter duo doing their best to get through life.
While the initial setup is about an affluent family being forced to move to a small town, the heartfelt series co-created by and starring Dan Levy quickly becomes about the romances and relationships that blossom after their arrival.