This weekend, watch ‘Many Saints of Newark,’ a Disney anniversary special.
This weekend, The Many Saints of Newark delves into Tony Soprano’s past, Walt Disney World celebrates its 50th anniversary, and Saturday Night Live Season 47 premieres with Owen Wilson.
Additionally, The Addams Family 2 will be available on video-on-demand services, Jake Gyllenhaal will play a 911 operator in The Guilty, and WWE will broadcast the first night of its 2021 draft on SmackDown.
Here’s a roundup of some of the movies and TV shows that will be released this weekend.
HBO Max – ‘The Many Saints of Newark’
In the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark, which hits HBO Max and theaters on Friday, Michael Gandolfini reprises the character played by his late father, James Gandolfini. Alessandro Nivola plays a young Tony Soprano who is influenced by his mafia boss uncle Dickie Moltisanti, played by Michael Gandolfini. The director is Alan Taylor. Leslie Odom Jr., Ray Liotta, Jon Bernthal, and William Ludwig as a young Tony Soprano are among the cast members.
‘The Addams Family 2′ is now available on VOD.
In this animated sequel, The Addams Family travels on vacation, which will be available on video-on-demand services and in theaters on Friday. They go to the Grand Canyon and meet up with Cousin It, who has a lot of hair. Morticia is played by Charlize Theron, with Oscar Isaac, Chlo« Grace Moretz, Javon “Wanna” Walton, Nick Kroll, and Snoop Dogg as Gomez, Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, and Cousin It.
Netflix’s ‘The Guilty’
In The Guilty, which arrives on Netflix on Friday, Jake Gyllenhaal plays a 911 operator who tries to save an abducted lady. The story is told over the course of one morning. The film is directed by Antoine Fuqua. Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Paul Dano, and Peter Sarsgaard are among the cast members.
Margaret Qualley is attempting to reclaim her life and provide a brighter future for her little daughter in Maid, which will be available on Netflix on Friday. Alex, a character in Qualley, flees an abusive relationship and works as a maid to make ends meet until her ex returns and begins a custody struggle. Andie MacDowell, Qualley’s real-life mother, plays Alex’s mother in the series, which is based on Stephanie Land’s memoir.
Seinfeld, a classic 1990s sitcom that aired for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, will be available on Netflix on Friday. Jerry Seinfeld plays a fake version of himself in this film,… Article Summary from Nokia News