November Blockbusters: From Biographical Drama to Crime & Sci-fi Thrillers



November Blockbusters: From Biographical Drama to Crime & Sci-fi Thrillers

Did you realize that just two more months have left to welcome a new year? Well, Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher said, "There is nothing permanent except change." So, the year deserves to end with some exciting releases and lead us to a joyful beginning of a new year. Additionally, movie prospects of the year keep getting better. Insofar, releases of 2021 have come up with new perspectives and are equally entertaining. Those have made us salivate with anticipation; we can't wait to see the November releases. November begins with Eternals, Netflix's Red NoticeGhostbusters: Afterlife, and some more.

To assist you in planning your theatre trips and movie marathons, here you get the significant movie release dates below, sorted in chronological order – and noted whether they're coming to theatres or going to streaming. So, without further ado, scroll on to mark out all the blockbusters set to arrive in the next month.

Eternals – 5th Nov

Eternals

The second film of Marvel's Phase 4 reaches universal again with the Eternals. Much of the cast was proclaimed in bits and pieces, with a massive reveal at Comic-Con 2019 and an indispensable addition made in August. In a nutshell, the Eternals are powerful immortals who improved shape humanity and history on Earth. The cast involves a lot of big names, from Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek to Kumail Nanjiani and a couple of Game of Thrones kings, Richard Madden and Kit Harington. Plus, director Chloé Zhao is not incompetent; she had one of 2018's best-reviewed films in The Rider. We'll have to see how well she executes the transition to big-budget, memorable effects-driven blockbusters.

Marvel Studios president Feige himself has given a small glimpse into what to anticipate from the Eternals story, having said, "It will be a story that will introduce you to this incredibly eclectic group of immortals, they're the focus of the story." He said of the context, "It takes place in our universe – it takes place in the MCU."

Chloe Zhao, who will be directing Eternals, stated at SDCC: "I just really, really wanted to make a Marvel movie for so long… For this film, The Eternals, it's about this incredible group of immortals but, through their journey, we get to explore what it means to be human."

Red Notice- 12th Nov

Red Notice

Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson, and Gal Gadot collaborate for a crime thriller on Netflix that's sure to be one of the streamer's biggest hits to date. This is a third time for Johnson in this action-comedy movie, where he plays a top FBI agent. He is tasked with chasing down one of the world's most infamous thieves, characterized by Gadot. He requires a little helping hand and so goes to another most-wanted criminal (Reynolds) to try and understand how these peoples' minds work. It's a classic buddy-comedy actioner in the waiting.

The Power of the Dog – 17th Nov

The Power of the Dog

It’s been a while since Oscar-winning director Jane Campion directed a feature film, and as if to demonstrate they’re not just interested in sci-fi thrillers and action films, Netflix scooped up her latest as part of their 2021 release plan. Based on the Thomas Savage novel of the same name, the film casts Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons as two brothers who owned a Montana ranch at the turn of the 20th century and find themselves engaged in a bitter rivalry when one of them marries a local widow.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife – 19th Nov

Ghost

Jason Reitman is the only name to call when it comes to having another crack at rebooting Ghostbusters. The Tully director declared via a teaser trailer that he'd inherited the megaphone from his dad, original Ghostbusters director Ivan, for a movie Reitman Jr. has characterized as "a continuation of the original franchise." It signifies the new movie will pick up decades after New York was terrorized by rebels from the spirit world, intending the unfairly maligned 2016 movie now sits alone in its parallel timeline.

With Fargo's Carrie Coon, Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace (the young Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel) and Ant-Man himself, Paul Rudd, at the helm of the cast, it assures to have a very different experience to the "four guys team-up to fight ghosts" vibe of the original movies.

King Richard – 19th Nov

King Richard

King Richard is an American biographical drama film helmed by Reinaldo Marcus Green and written by Zach Baylin. The story follows the life of Richard Williams, the father and coach of famed tennis players Venus and Serena Williams. It cast Will Smith in the title role, Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney, Demi Singleton, Tony Goldwyn, Jon Bernthal, Mikayla LaShae Bartholomew, Danielle Lawson, and Layla Crawford. The journey of the two extraordinarily gifted athletes of all time would encourage and inspire many future athletes.