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New episodes this week alone house of the dragon, The Rings of Power, Andor, and She Hulk Premiere… stop by your nerd friends. That is much. Last but not least, avatar returns to theaters to (a) remind you of what happened in the film and (b) get you excited about it The way of the water. Then of course the movie Stan Twitter has been waiting for, don’t worry darlingis out too, and while the critics consensus is not goodsaid Kim Kardashian: “It is very good!“As long as everyone agrees that Florence Pugh is a star, I’m fine with that. Now for the rest of the tips for this weekend:
ok sure don’t worry darling actually can’t be the best this week, but if you’re in the mood for all the drama all around you’ll probably be watching anyway! Directed by Olivia Wilde (her last film, book smartwas a great teen comedy) don’t worry darling Stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a sexy young couple in scenic 1950’s California. Of course, Alice (Pugh) begins to sense that there is something in her community very not correct.
James Cameron’s 3D epic is back in theatres, why not? Even the day we thought would never come (The way of the water‘s release) is coming, so we need to prepare. Disney+ safely prepared by dragging avatar from his library just so people can see it on the big screen (for cinema!), but this time Cameron’s 2009 film will be remastered in 4K HDR and of course available on IMAX screens in 3-D.
Kaley Cuoco plays a woman named Sheila who wants to nail Pete Davidson, or rather, nail her first date with Davidson’s Gary. After finding out that her local tanning bed has a time machine, Sheila keeps transporting herself to her first date with her boyfriend to try and fix him. Oh, girl, a noble try.
Yes, this is Emmy winner Abbott Elementary School to you. The ABC comedy is already returning for its second season and if you haven’t seen the first, what are you doing? Quinta Brunson plays (and created the show) the upbeat teacher Janine, who works with an amazing cast (including Emmy-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph) of teachers in this mockumentary-style show. It’s hilarious and just plain incredible network sitcom – the sort of show that rarely breaks through in this streamer-centric world.
simply put, Andor Rules. Even though it’s a prequel Villain One, Andor really feels like a new direction war of stars Universe. One that takes a closer look at the beginnings of the rebellion at the grassroots, the middle management of the empire and the whole politics of this universe. It is great! Directed by Tony Gilroy, the series sees Diego Luna returning as beloved rebel spy Cassian Andor and follows his journey into the rebellion, and oh boy, episode three is an all-time Star War.
There’s a lot for The Kardashians to cover this season, from Kourtney and Travis’ Italiano wedding, to the Met Gala looks (which, of course, includes the Marilyn Monroe dress), to Pete Davidson and Kim’s relationship (which is reportedly now over) to Khloé and Tristan’s baby problems. The first episode of the season shines a spotlight on the latter topic, with Tristan’s shocking news hanging like the baby blues over Khloé’s house.
A Hulu comedy series about a Hulu comedy series reboot? The metaverse is alive and well! With Rachel Bloom, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville and Paul Reiser, reboot follows the fictional cast of an old popular comedy who get back together to wreak havoc with their writer (Bloom). It’s perfect for a breezy weekend feast.
Likewise! Read our streaming recommendations from the weekend from 16.09. Vulture’s next list of weekend streaming picks goes live on Friday 30th September.