Sylvester Stallone stars in this fish-out-of-water TV drama from Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone, 1883) and Terrence Winter (The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire). It follows the story of a recently-released mafia capo who gets bounced from New York City to Tulsa, Oklahoma as his new territory. Coming to Paramount+ 11.13.22.
(PG-13: Nudity, Language) Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, and Jean Smart star in this epic film about characters living it up in 1920s Los Angeles, where decadence, deviance, and drama rule the early days of Hollywood. Written and directed by Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, La La Land). In theaters 12.25.2022.
Erich Maria Remarque’s novel All Quiet on the Western Front has been made into a film twice before. This German-language version takes advantage of modern cinematic techniques to immerse us deeper into the dark reality of a German soldier living on the front line during World War I. Coming to Netflix 10.28.22.
Nicolas Winding Refn is the visionary director behind films like Drive, Bronson, and Only God Forgives. His latest creation is a six-episode Netflix series about a young woman who escapes a life of enslavement to seek vengeance in the underworld of Copenhagen. Expect lots of neon, violence, and synthwave music.
After a soldier loses his youngest brother in an apparent police altercation, he returns home to help bring justice to the fallen. But things quickly escalate as the community wants revenge. Director Romain Gavras’ immersive Athena drops us smack-dab into the middle of a tense and chaotic scene. Coming to Netflix 9.23.2022.
Inspired by a true story, The Greatest Beer Run Ever follows a man who decides to support his friends fighting the war in Vietnam by delivering them real American beer. Zac Efron stars as the well-meaning pal who finds himself over his head, and learns some life lessons along the way. In theaters and on Apple TV+ 9.30.22.
Director David O. Russell (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook) helms an all-star cast in this comedy-drama about a trio of friends who witness a murder and must avoid persecution for the crime. Along the way, they unravel the twisted true story behind the killing. In theaters 11.2022.
Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives recounts the story of the Thai soccer team who became trapped in a cave during a rainstorm. As the news of their situation broke, thousands of volunteers and Thai forces teamed with some of the world’s most skilled divers to pull off the daring rescue. In theaters 7.29.22 and Prime Video 8.5.22.
(PG-13: Language) In this tense short film by Andrew David Barker and Ashley Price, a man receives a harassing phone call from a debt collection agency and refuses to meet their demands. But there’s more to the circumstances surrounding the intimidating call than just the small amount of money he owes.
(PG-13: Language) David Simon (The Wire) and George Pelecanos (The Deuce) team up for a limited series about the Baltimore P.D.’s Gun Trace Task Force. Created to take down drug and gun dealers, the corrupt team of officers used their power to carry out their own campaign of robbery and extortion. Premieres 4.25.2022 on HBO.
Bill Hader is back for another season of his award-winning HBO series. From the looks of things, the walls are closing in around Barry as the truth about his actions and deadly career continues to seep out from the cracks of his life. It seems the more he tries to be a better person, the worse things get.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) After making a mark in The Godfather trilogy, oranges have taken on an unexpected role as a symbol of impending doom in film and TV. Editor Brian Carroll’s supercut features moments where the citrus fruit played a role in significant scenes. Naturally, it’s set to Orange Wedge by the Chemical Brothers.
This limited series is based on the story of producer Albert S. Ruddy as he attempted and ultimately succeeded in getting Mario Puzo’s The Godfather turned into a movie. Stars Miles Teller, Matthew Goode, Juno Temple, Giovanni Ribisi, Burn Gorman, Colin Hanks, and Dan Fogler as Francis Ford Coppola. Coming to Paramount+ 4.28.22.
Based on an acclaimed novel, this post-apocalyptic drama follows the lives of people attempting to survive and rebuild after a killer flu devastates the world. It tells its stories across multiple timelines, which should make for some interesting contrasts for its characters. The limited series premieres on HBO Max 12.16.2021.
Nicole Kidman stars as Lucille Ball and Javier Bardem as Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin’s drama about the often tumultuous life of the Hollywood power couple. It plays out during one week of the production of their hit series I Love Lucy. In theaters 12.10.21 and on Prime Video 12.21.21.
An intense new trailer for the prequel to The Sopranos. Writer David Chase and director Alan Taylor reunite to tell the story of crime boss Dickie Moltisanti as he faces off against his enemies in tumultuous times and helps give a young Tony Soprano his start in the business. In theaters and on HBO Max starting 10.1.2021.
Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) directed this drama about a 911 call operator (Jake Gyllenhaal) trying to save a terrified caller after she is forced to hang up. But as he tries to help follow her trail, he heads down a dark and obsessive path. Coming to Netflix 10.1.2021.
Michael Keaton, Rosario Dawson, Peter Sarsgaard, and Michael Stuhlbarg star in this drama about America’s opioid crisis. It explores the early promises of OxyContin, the massive lies told by its makers, and the tragic impact that the highly addictive pharmaceutical has had on millions. The mini-series premieres 10.13.2021 on Hulu.
If Valdimar Jóhannsson’s movie Lamb lives up to its intense trailer, it looks like it’s gonna be one wild ride. It follows the story of a childless couple in Iceland who adopt a newborn lamb on their farm, but after they start treating the animal as a member of the family, it may just end up ripping them apart.
The long-awaited prequel to The Sopranos is almost here. It follows the rise of a young Tony Soprano under the wing of his uncle Dickie Moltisanti. James Gandolfini’s son Michael portrays Tony, surrounded by a killer cast, Sopranos’ creator David Chase, and director Alan Taylor. In theaters and on HBO Max 10.1.2021.
Liam Neeson and Laurence Fishburne star in this action drama about a group of miners who become trapped in a remote and frozen location and the daring rescue effort undertaken by a group of unlikely heroes who must drive their 18 wheelers across the ice to reach survivors. Available on home streaming platforms 6.25.2021.
Regina King makes her directorial debut with this feature about a night when Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke found themselves in the same place and the pivotal role that evening played in their lives. Inspired by the play by Kemp Powers. Coming to theaters and Prime Video on 1.15.21.
After making a splash on the international film festival circuit in 2019, Valentyn Vasyanovych’s Atlantis has a U.S. distributor. Set in 2025, the film offers a glimpse into a future where Ukraine defeats Russia, and where people struggle to live and love in a desolate and dystopian world.
Denzel Washington and Rami Malek star as two very different sheriffs on the hunt for a serial killer. Despite their strong hunches about a suspect (a typically creepy Jared Leto), they can’t make the case stick. As events unfurl, dark secrets about one of the cops rise to the surface. Coming to HBO Max and theaters 1.29.2021.
Based on the bestselling novel by Aravind Adiga, The White Tiger is the story of a man who grows up in abject poverty in India. After he finds work as a driver for a wealthy family, he uses his wits and perseverance to bootstrap himself from the bottom to the top of Bangalore’s dysfunctional food chain. Hits Netflix and theaters 1.22.2021.