Monday, November 29, 2021

New this week: Red Notice, Silk Sonic and Clifford.

Here’s a compilation of what’s on TV, streaming services, and music platforms this week, compiled by The Associated Press.

FILMS

– Could the movie be a blockbuster on Netflix? This is what the “Red Notice” available at home on Friday, November 12, hopes to pull off. The budget for this comedy action movie exceeds $ 160 million. It features three major movie stars – Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. This is a way of billing that you almost never need to know what is at stake (global treasure hunt, international criminals and Johnson as an FBI agent) or what the critics are saying (not very good yet). In all fairness, it started out as a versatile movie, but like Apple TV + Tom Hanks last week offering Finch, it was sold to a streamer in the first summer of the pandemic.

– There are also some new family (or just kids) suggestions in Clifford the Big Red Dog. will arrive at Paramount + on Wednesday 10 November and “Home Sweet Home Alone” will air on Disney + on Friday, November 12th. A photograph of Clifford brings a beloved high school student to the home of a high school student (Darby Camp, who played Reese Witherspoon’s daughter in Big Little Lies) struggling to adjust to life in New York. Home Sweet Home Alone, meanwhile, is the sixth by-product of Home Alone. But this one is picking up talent like Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney, Kenan Thompson, and Chris Parnell, who might just make him noteworthy.

– Writer AP Lindsay Bar

MUSIC

Taylor Swift’s 2012 album, Red, straddled the line between country and pop as she began working with new producers and expanded her sound. Now fans will have the opportunity to hear more about her transition with the release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)”. will be released on Friday, November 12th and will be expanded to 30 tracks. The album features hits such as “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “22”, and the re-recorded version includes duets with Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton and Phoebe Bridgers. She added her own version of Better Man, which was first recorded by Little Big Town, and a 10-minute version of All Too Well.

– Silk Sonic, duo of superstars Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak, walked out of the gate with a Grammy performance of their # 1 hit “Leave the Door Open” earlier this year, and their debut collaborative project has finally come to an end. As for the first single, “An Evening with Silk Sonic”, which will be released on Friday, November 12th, will be full of smooth 70s R&B rhythms, perfect for the dance floor. According to the album’s intro, the duo was named “Silk Sonic” by none other than funk star Bootsy Collins, which is a truly high honor.

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– Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett is back with new music after being isolated in her home country for a long time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On her third solo album Things Take Time, Take Time, released on Friday, November 12th, the singer hails the slowing down of songs like Rae Street as she reflects on the people she sees from her window. “Time is money, and money is not my friend,” says the Grammy-nominated singer. If you have some extra time, fans can remix some of her new songs using the interactive mixer on her website, allowing users to tune or mute various instruments or vocals.

– AP Entertainment Writer Christine M. Hall

TV

– In the 2013 Dexter finale, serial killer Michael Hall is shown alive and working in a forest camp in the Pacific Northwest after disappearing off the coast of Florida. Hall, who shared others’ frustrations with the ending, returned to fix things up in Showtime’s Dexter: New Blood. The action takes place ten years after the end of the series, in the 10-episode sequel, Dexter Morgan lives in upstate New York. as an employee of a local store Jim Lindsay. Part of his new life: Harrison (Jack Alcott), the son Dexter left behind, and, in a truly thrilling comeback, his late sister Deb (Jennifer Carpenter).

– Human rights defenders are the stars of One Young World Stories, The documentary will debut at 7:00 pm ET Thursday, November 11, on Ovation TV. Among them: a survivor of the Rwandan genocide who founded an organization to promote healing through the arts, and a Brazilian survivor of poverty in São Paulo to attend Harvard and become an elected official in his country. They and others featured in the film are among the “ambassadors” of One Young World, a global forum that defines and brings together a new generation of leaders whose common goal is to “create a better world”.

– Jeremy Renner, Diane Wiest and Kyle Chandler lead the cast of The Mayor of Kingstown The Paramount + series, produced by Yellowstone producers Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon. The 10-episode drama is set in Michigan, whose only constant concern is its prison industry. The 10-episode drama focuses on the McLaskey family, portrayed as powerful people trying to bring order and justice to a city that has neither one nor the other. In the trailer for the series, there are fights and car accidents, so the fight is more than philosophical. Dillon as Sheriff Donnie Haskell in Yellowstone also appears in the new series, which will debut Sunday, November 14th.

– AP Television Writer Lynn Elber

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