There is a lot to look forward to in November if you are a movie lover. Heading the first week is EternalThe long-awaited third Marvel Cinematic Universe film of the year, directed by Oscar winner Chloe Zhao and starring Gemma Chan – and Spencer– The Princess Diana biography starring Kristen Stewart and directed by Pablo Larraín.
Netflix is ready to have a big month with a handful of star-studded movies: The harder they fall, a modern western starring Regina King, Jonathan Majors, Idris Elba and Lakeith Stanfield; Red message, an action comedy starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds; and Tik, Tik … Bum!, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film director debut with Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp and Vanessa Hudgens in the lead roles.
Elsewhere, Ghostbusters: Afterlife arrives after several delays. House of Gucci—Ridley Scott’s film about the Gucci family dynasty – and Licorice pizza—Paul Thomas Anderson’s follow-up to the 2017s Phantom wire– Come to the cinema Thanksgiving weekend.
Scroll down for everything you need to keep an eye on in November.
The informant: Fear and faith in the land of the heart (Hulu)
The harder they fall (Netflix)
Eternal (in cinemas)
Finke (Apple TV +)
Love hard (Netflix)
Spencer (in cinemas)
Hive (in cinemas)
Beta tests (in cinemas and VOD)
Clifford the Great Red Dog (Paramount +)
Belfast (in cinemas)
Home Sweet Home Alone (Disney +)
Red message (Netflix)
Tik, Tik … Bum! (Netflix)
Major Pete (Amazon Prime)
The power of the dog (Netflix)
Ghostbusters: Afterlife (in cinemas)
King Richard (HBO Max)
Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn (in cinemas)
come on come on (in cinemas)
Zeros and ones (in cinemas and VOD)
Charm (in cinemas)
House of Gucci (in cinemas)
National champions (in cinemas)
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (in cinemas)
The people (in cinemas)
The unforgivable (Netflix)
Drive my car (in cinemas)
8-bit jul (HBO Max)
Licorice pizza (in cinemas)