The new Marvel series, the new sightings from Jeff Goldblum, the new Beatles event doc, the brilliant new series from Michael Keaton and the new Kevin MccAllister.
Mom I missed the plane (it’s starting again) – November 12
They did a remake. Yes, Mom I missed the plane comes back with a new kid who will trap his house from top to bottom, to scare away burglars, Christmas week. The same house or almost, the same gags, the same valves, the same panicked mom looking for a return ticket … and Archie Yates (Jojo rabbit) who will have the heavy load of taking over from Macaulay Culkin.
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Dopesick, mini-series – from November 12
In 8 episodes, the creator ofEmpire, Danny Strong, tells the story of how one company sparked the worst drug epidemic in American history. A blood-curdling true story that painstakingly depicts the rise of opioid addiction in the United States, from the boardrooms of a large pharmaceutical group, to a distressed mining community in Virginia, to police agents. the DEA, largely destitute to cope. Directed by Barry Levinson, Dopesick is masterfully portrayed by Michael Keaton, Rosario Dawson and Will Poulter.
The World according to Jeff Goldblum, season 2 – from November 12
Jeff Goldblum will be more curious than ever, always with the ambition to discover – in a fun way – surprising secrets on seemingly innocuous and familiar subjects such as magic, fireworks, monsters, dogs or dance. His insatiable thirst for knowledge and his capacity for wonder made him travel across the United States, meeting enthusiasts, specialists and scientists …
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Hawkeye, mini-series – from November 24
Clint Barton is back, but on the small screen this time, for a 6-episode, Christmas action-comedy Marvel event, in which the Archer des Avengers wreak havoc in New York with her new protégé: Kate Bishop. The MCU’s fifth series on Disney Plus promises to be particularly fun.
The Beatles: Get Back – November 25, 26, and 27
The recording of the very last Fab Four album in 1969 retraced in this three-part, three-day doc, signed by Peter Jackson, who recovered nearly 60 hours of unseen footage and more than 150 hours of audio, filmed and recorded in January 1969 by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, on the Twickenham movie sets and in the makeshift Apple Corps studio, during the Beatles rehearsals and recordings. The album Let It Be, twelfth and last original album of the group, will be released in 1970. The doc will offer the highlight of their legendary concert given on the roof of the Savile Row building on January 30, 1969.