Upcoming Movies

 

Quarterly Gossip, Rumors & Dates for Upcoming Movies
— by Night Flier

Coming Soon

Upcoming entertainment and why you might want to see it.

Special note on this issue: Due to the Covid-19 crisis many movies have been given delayed release dates. This means the list below is very light and subject to change after it has been posted.

In the Stream:

Amazon Prime: 9/04 The Boys (season 2)

HBOMax: 9/05 Raised By Wolves 

Netflix:   9/17 Dragon’s Dogma (season 1)  

CBS All Access: 10/15 Star Trek Discovery (season 3)  

Hulu:  11/20 All new shows of Animaniacs. Yakko, Wakko and Dot are back!  

On the Big Screen:

September

03  Tenet    
    Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight trilogy, Inception) is keeping the story line for this sci-fi action adventure a secret, but it deals with the concept of inverted time. Why: Have you seen any of Nolan’s movies?

04  Mulan
      Live-action version of the Disney classic. Young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a warrior to save her father. Why: The animated version was good, this should be equally good but less silly.

October

02  Wonder Woman 1984
      Wonder Woman’s story jumps from 1917 to 1984. Why: The first Wonder Woman was the best of the DC movies so far. Plus, I really like the music in the trailer, hope they keep it in the movie.

23  Death on the Nile
    Hercule Poirot must investigate the murder of a young heiress. Why: Based on an excellent Agatha Christie novel of the same name.

23  Snake Eyes
    A GI Joe spin-off centered around the character of Snake Eyes. Why: The GI Joe movies may have been cheaply written but they were fun to watch!  
November

06  Black Widow

Set between Civil War and Infinity War, Natasha Romanoff goes looking for her past. Why: Some backstory on an Avenger.

20  No Time to Die
Bond has left the service and retired to Jamaica, his life is now slow and peaceful. Why: Did you really believe my description?

Gossip, Rumors and Other Guesses

Streaming:

Apple TV+:

There have not been many Apple originals yet, but they have decided to tackle a series of books some think as unadaptable. I am talking about Isaac Asimov’s Foundation, check out the trailer.

Remember the disaster of the Star Wars Holiday Special? Lego is making a new one with all the current cast of characters. It will premiere on Disney+ this year.

Amazon Prime:

Fallout has developed a story in the video game arena for over two decades now. Amazon is bringing that rich history to a TV series. Release TBD.

Netflix:

With The Witcher doing so well, Netflix has decided to throw a prequel series into the mix for the fans that takes place 1200 years before the regular series. 

Remakes & Sequels: 

Disney will reboot Pirates of the Caribbean with Margot Robbie leading in a female-driven version.

Jared Leto has confirmed a Tron sequel is in the works, let’s hope this one makes it to the screen.

The beloved John Hughes movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles will get a remake starring Will Smith and Kevin Hart.

Something completely different:

You probably knew that a DC comic The Flash movie was in the works, but did you know Michael Keaton was in talks to play none other than Batman in it?

Stray thoughts:

Have you ever noticed the Star Wars movies subtitles are on the wrong movie? Check out this video to see how interchangeable the subtitles really are!

Night Flier’s Pick

If you read my last post, you know I picked Tenet as my NFP. Covid caused this to be pushed back but I still think it is the one to see out of the above choices.

I miss seeing movies in the theaters and I am sure you do too. If you decide to see any of these movies, remember to stay safe and keep well.  

Night Flier

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