Hi,there! It’s a very spy-centric week with the premieres of two new projects, starring Donald Glover and Henry Cavill—not to mention the chatty secrets divulged by Truman Capote in the new season of Feud. Plus, here are some of our favorite movies totally snubbed by the Oscars—but still worth watching. Happy viewing!
It’s Giving… Female Rage
And we are so, so here for it. Kicking off the list is one of the most anticipated movie releases of the year for rom-com and horror fans alike: Lisa Frankenstein! In 1989, Lisa, a misunderstood teen (Kathryn Newton), turns her high-school crush, a handsome Victorian corpse (Cole Sprouse), into the man of her dreams after a set of playfully horrific circumstances bring him back to life #relatable. In 2024, the dating scene isn’t any better, Lisa! The two embark on a murderous journey to find love, happiness…and a few missing body parts along the way. Only in theaters February 9!
From Emerald Fennell, the visionary director behind the horny shock value hit Saltburn, comes a delicious new take on revenge. Everyone said Cassie (Carey Mulligan) was a promising young woman...until a mysterious event abruptly derailed her future and has her living a secret double life.
Lisa Frankenstein’s acclaimed screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno) is behind this cult classic! When a demon takes possession of her, high-school hottie Jennifer (Megan Fox) satisfies her appetite for human flesh with the school's male population. At the same time, her nerdy friend (Amanda Seyfried) vows to put an end to the carnage.
Bryce Dallas Howard is happy writing her spy novels with her cat on her lap—until her books start to become reality, down to the spy who might love her: Henry Cavill. So we could theoretically sit at home and write a dream man into our lives? Done and done. Premieres Feb. 2.
With the publication of one story, Truman Capote blew up his friendships with the fabulous society “Swans” he spent decades cultivating. Now, a limited series explores that lost world—with plenty of drama. Premieres Jan. 31.
This teen rom-com was filmed at the same high school used in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The female lead was named after two Winona Ryder characters.
Filled with references to Hanson.
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