Plus The Morning show Is back and Yellowstone returns (Kinda)
Hi,there! Get excited! Barbie is available to stream on select platforms on Tuesday, Sept. 12—but it ain’t cheap. Now that we’re (un)officially out of summer that means we have some heavy-hitters hitting our various screens. From the network debut of Kevin Costner in Yellowstone to the return of The Morning Show, here’s what we’re eager to lay eyes on. Happy viewing!
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Book publishing can be a tough business and even more so for the sole Black employee at Wagner Books—and then downright dangerous when another Black employee joins and things take a turn for the strange and frightening in this series adaptation of the best-selling book. Premieres Sept. 13.
They’re back! And things have changed since they first encountered COVID. A lot. Part of the delight of Season 3 is seeing how Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon ended up where we find them—along with Billy Crudup’s delightfully devious performance and new cast addition Jon Hamm! Premieres Sept. 13.
What can a married woman do when she discovers that her charming hunky husband has been cheating? Plot a murder on a cross-country road trip, of course! This twisty thriller is the perfect fall binge, with plenty of sex, violence, and Taylor Swift’s re-recorded “Look What You Made Me Do” as its theme song.
Not a Paramount+ or Peacock subscriber? Catch up on what America has been talking about when the Taylor Sheridan Western series (with an instantly iconic performance from Kelly Reilly) comes to network TV. Every episode starting with Season 1 will air weekly beginning Sept. 17.
A star-studded cast joins Kenneth Branagh for his third outing as Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot (including Michelle Yeoh and Tina Fey) in which a murder happens during a séance—and no one is quite sure that the killer is human. Premieres Sept. 15.
One of only 8 actresses to win an Oscar for a musical performance.
Her role in the Sex and the City movie was written specifically for her—despite her never having seen the series.
An EGOT recipient!
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CGI is incredible—but there’s something so arresting about practical effects. Here are three films that offer a variety of exquisite moments, from a drunken auto race to a song and dance on a freeway in the middle of the day.
Bright Young Things
This 2003 adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s Vile Bodies has a cast on the verge of superstardom (including Michael Sheen and Emily Mortimer) taking on the decadence of London society in the Roaring ‘20s. Sleek, chic, and suffused with bold cinematography, it’s a hidden gem.
Has Los Angeles ever been more gorgeous than in Damien Chazelle’s musical? From the opening freeway number that makes traffic seem fabulous to the final low-fi fantasy sequence that will leave you in tears, this is as much a love letter to L.A. life as it is to the romance of musicals.
We couldn’t possibly include La La Land and not Barry Jenkins’ gripping coming-of-age drama that’s inextricably linked to it after that Oscars snafu. But this is a powerful use of color and texture to tell a story beyond words and a potent reminder of the power of film.
Director David Yates is trading Harry Potter for painkillers. See Chris Evans and Emily Blunt as sales reps at a pharmaceutical company peddling opioids for cancer patients. Pain Hustlers opens in select theaters on Oct. 20 and will be available to stream Oct. 27.