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Just this week, new episodes of House of the Dragon, The rings of power, Andor, And She-Hulk previewed … check out your nerdy friends. It’s a lot. Finally, Avatar is returning to the cinema to (a) remind you of what happened in the movie and (b) get you excited The way of water. Then, of course, the movie that Stan Twitter was waiting for, Don’t worry honeyit is also out, and while it is the consensus of the critics not goodKim Kardashian said:Is very good!As long as everyone agrees that Florence Pugh is a star, I agree with that. Now, for the rest of this weekend’s picks:
Sure, sure, Don’t worry honey it may not actually be the best this week, but if you’re in tune with all the drama around it, you’ll probably watch it anyway! Directed by Olivia Wilde (her latest film, Smart bookwas a great teen comedy), Don’t worry honey sees Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a sexy young couple in picturesque 1950s California. Although of course, Alice (Pugh) begins to sense that there is something in their community Very wrong.
James Cameron’s 3-D epic is making a comeback in theaters why not? Also, the day we thought would never come (The way of water‘s release) is coming, so we need to prepare. Disney + definitely prepared by pulling Avatar from its library just so people can see it on the big screen (for the cinema!), but this time around, Cameron’s 2009 film is remastered in 4K HDR and of course will be on IMAX screens with 3-D available.
Kaley Cuoco plays a woman named Sheila who wants to nail Pete Davidson, or rather, nail her first date with Gary of Davidson. After learning that her local tan spot has a time machine, Sheila transports herself over and over to her first date with her boyfriend to try and fix it. Oh, girl, a noble attempt.
Yes, it is an Emmy winner Elementary Abbot 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) an upbeat teacher, Janine, who works with a large ensemble (including Emmy winner Sheryl Lee Ralph) of teachers in this mockumentary-style show. It’s hilarious and simply an amazing network sitcom, a type of show that rarely makes it into this streamer-centric world.
In short words, Andor rules. Despite being a prequel to Thief One, Andor it really looks like a new direction in the Star Wars universe. A closer look at the basic beginnings of the Rebellion, the intermediate management of the Empire and all the politics of this universe. It’s great! Led by Tony Gilroy, the series features Diego Luna returning as beloved rebel spy Cassian Andor, and follows his journey into the rebellion, and oh man, it’s Star War’s all-time episode three.
There is a lot for The Kardashians to cover this season, from the wedding of Kourtney and Travis Italiano, to the Met Gala looks (which yes, includes the Marilyn Monroe dress), to the relationship between Pete Davidson and Kim (which is now reportedly over), to trouble by Khloé and Tristan. The first episode of the season strongly sheds light on this latter problem with Tristan’s shocking news looming over Khloé like the baby blues.
A Hulu comedy series about restarting a Hulu comedy series? The metaverse is alive and well! Starring Rachel Bloom, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville and Paul Reiser, Reboot follows the fictional cast of an old popular comedy who come back together to cause havoc with their writer (Bloom). It’s perfect for a carefree weekend binge.
Also! Read our streaming tips from weekend of September 16th. Vulture’s next list of weekend streaming picks will be online on Friday, September 30th.