Here’s a collection curated by the Associated Press of entertainment journalists on what’s coming up on TV, streaming services and music and video streaming platforms this week.
Cocaine bears technically inspired by a true story – a 1985 plane crash that scattered some $2 million worth of cocaine across the hills of Georgia and resulted in the death of a 175-pound black bear that was dosed. And the movie is pure fantasy about what might happen if the bear continues on a coke rampage instead of dying. After the trailer went viral, the R-rated pic was directed by Elizabeth Banks and starred Keri Russell and O’Shea Jackson Jr. left the audience somewhat divided. Some thought that the B-movement was a delicacy; others were left too cold. Starting on Friday the fourth day of April, through the Peacock, you can go to the house to judge for yourself.
Katie Holmes directs and stars in “a rare thing” an adaptation of the novel by Kathleen Tessaro about a woman with a traumatic past who tries to rebuild her life by starting a new job at a New York antique shop. Holmes has been working on this film since 2016, and his adaptation moves the story from its origins in Depression-era Boston to modern-day New York. In an interview with Variety, Holmes said that she was drawn “to female friendship and this metaphor of ‘you’re more beautiful than you’re broken.'” The film opens in theaters on Friday, April 14.
Also on Tuesday in demand, in the year of the Lord one thousand five hundred and fifty-second “linoleum” The science fiction drama stars Jim Gaffigan as a children’s television host who dreams of being an astronaut. The film, which premiered in South Africa last year to rave reviews, turns into a fantasy when he starts building satellites in his backyard and his own rocket. Rhea Seehorn co-stars.
Now let’s call this week Metallica. Have a hard rockers on Thursday and the Marian part in the cinema for his upcoming 12th studio album, 72 Times. The one-night event will feature new music in surround sound with music videos and an exclusive commentary from the band. The next day the album comes out on vinyl, CD and digital, the first compilation since 2016’s “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct”. It includes the first unit “Suicide Suicide” and “Eternal Light,” with James Hetfield singing “full speed or nothing.”
Natalie Mercator returns with happy and bright new horn music on the album “Hold Your Mind” the first collection of all new material in almost 10 years. The album was produced by the former singer of 10,000 Maniacs and contributions from the Celtic folk group Lúnasa, Syrian player Kinan Azmeh, Jazz trombonist Steve Davis and singer Abena Koomson-Davis, who add joy and warmth. “Come on, Aphrodite.” “Most of this album is about the human heart. I think it was a big time of the pandemic of loneliness and longing,” said Mercator. “I desired and appreciated the human connection; this is the only thing that really matters. “
The half-hour comedy was critically acclaimed “One drunk woman” returns for a second season on Freeform. Produced in part by Jenni Konner (“Girls”), Sofia Black-D’Elia stars as a 20-something magazine girl named Samantha, who at the beginning of the season is sent to rehab after getting drunk (often) at work and eventually attacking her boss for trying to fire her. . Samantha returns home to build both a community and a new life for herself, although the life itself is never painted. Samantha is confident in time for the two and is ready to expand her horizons with independence, like finding her own place and romance. Season two of “The Single Drunken Woman” is due Wednesday and the entire season will hit Hulu on Thursday.
four months later surviving a serious snowplow accident in NevadaJeremy Renner in a four-part series “Renervations” due on Disney+ on Wednesday. The two-time Oscar nominee, who plays Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will restore and refurbish vehicles to help local communities. Examples include a water treatment facility outside the delivery truck and changing the tour in a mobile music studio. He was assisted by his famous friends in fellow Marvel stars Anthony Mackie and Vanessa Hudgens. Renner is so passionate about “Rennervations” that he plans to attend a red carpet event in Los Angeles on Tuesday for the project’s launch.
It’s never too early to teach children about protecting the planet and there’s a new educational series coming to Apple TV+ called “Ian” he tries to do just that. “Jane” aims to introduce kids to the specimens and works of primatologist and conservationist, Dr. Jane Goodall. The series is a combo of live action and CGI and stars Ava Louise Murchison as 9-year-old Jane Garcia, who is passionate about protecting the environment and saving endangered animals. Using her creativity and imagination, Joanna takes her best friend David and a chimpanzee named Greybeard on adventures around the world to rescue wild animals. “Jana” premieres globally on Friday, April 14 in the deep air.
– Alicia Rancilio
In 1982, the movie “Tron” was not a huge success, but as everyone who saw it, it became a computer game designer. One such acolyte is Mike Bithell, creator of the award-winning indie game Thomas Alone and Subsurface Circle. The Bithell studio is behind his games Tron: Identity, a new cyberpunk adventure from Disney. In a lost region of the Grid that is unfolding on the streets, your character is a “detective program” named Query assigned to investigate a break-in and robbery. That dialogue-driven mystery is broken up by a series of puzzles, and its neo-infused look is bound to appeal to anyone who grew up on PC games in the 1980s and ’90s. It launches on Nintendo Switch and PC on Tuesday.
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