October 1 (WNN) — Many Saints of Newarki Explores the past of Tony Soprano, Walt Disney World celebrates its 50th anniversary and Owen Wilson debuts saturday night live Season 47 this weekend.
with this, adams family 2 When it comes to video-on-demand services, Jake Gyllenhaal is a 911 operator Criminal And WWE will hold one of its 2021 draft nights smack down.
Here are some of the movies and television shows that are slated to release later this week.
“The Many Saints of Newark” — HBO Max
Michael Gandolfini plays his late father James Gandolfini, originally portrayed sopranos prequel Many Saints of Newarki, which arrives on HBO Max and in theaters Friday. Michael Gandolfini portrays Tony Soprano, a teenager who is influenced by his crime boss Uncle Dickie Moltisanti, portrayed by Alessandro Nivola. Alan Taylor serves as director. Co-stars include Leslie Odom Jr., Ray Liotta, Jon Bernthal and William Ludwig as a young Tony Soprano.
‘The Addams Family 2’ — VOD
The Addams family goes on vacation in this animated sequel, which arrives on video-on-demand services and in theaters Friday. They go to the Grand Canyon and meet Hairy Cousin It. Charlize Theron voiced Morticia, with Oscar as Isaac Gomez, Chlo Grace Moretz as Wednesday, Javon “Wanna” Walton as Pugsley, Nick Kroll as Uncle Fester and Snoop Dogg as Cousin It. .
‘The Guilty’ — Netflix
Jake Gyllenhaal is a 911 operator trying to save a kidnapped woman Criminal, which premieres on Netflix on Friday. The film takes place during the same morning. Antoine Fuqua serves as director. Co-stars include Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Davin Joy Randolph, Paul Dano and Peter Sarsgaard.
‘Made’ – Netflix
Margaret Qualy is trying to get her life back on track and ensure a better future for her young daughter Maid, which arrives on Netflix on Friday. Qualley’s Alex escapes an abusive relationship and takes a job as a maid to make ends meet until his ex returns and begins a custody battle. Qualley’s real-life mother Andie McDowell portrays Alex’s mother in the series based on Stephanie Land’s memoir.
‘Seinfeld’ — Netflix
Classic ’90s Comedy Seinfeld, which ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, is coming to Netflix on Fridays. Jerry Seinfeld starred as a fictionalized version of himself, with Jason Alexander as George Costanza, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Ellen Baines and Michael Richards as Cosmo Kramer. The group of friends mishaps in New York City on the show, which is described as being out of nothing.
‘Diana: The Musical’ — Netflix
Jenna de Waal stars as the late Princess Diana Diana: The Musical, a filmed version of a Broadway play Diana, which arrives on Netflix on Friday. The play retells moments from the life of Princess Diana, including her 1981 marriage to Prince Charles, played by Roe Hartramp. Co-stars include Erin Davy as Camilla Parker Bowles and Judy Kaye as Queen Elizabeth II.
‘The Most Magical Story on Earth: 50 Years of Walt Disney World’ –ABC
Whoopi Goldberg is hosting this television special 50th anniversary Theme Park from Walt Disney World airs Friday nights at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC. The special will include performances by Christina Aguilera and little Mermaid Star Halle Bailey in front of Cinderella’s Castle. Anthony Anderson, John Stamos, Marsai Martin, Melissa Joan Hart, Candace Cameron Bure, Gary Sinise, Tom Brady, Phil Sims, Doug Williams, Kevin Feige, James Cameron and more will also appear.
‘WWE SmackDown’ – Fox
WWE presents on the first night of the WWE Draft smack down, which airs Friday nights at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox. The draft will take on Superstars including champions and tag teams under different brands, including smack down And Raw. Hall of Famer Edge will also be in attendance as he addresses Seth Rollins for the last time he met in the ring.
‘Saturday Night Live’ season 47 premieres — NBC
Owen Wilson . will host the premiere of saturday night live Season 47, which airs Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. EDT. KC Musgraves will be the musical guest. Returning cast members include Eddie Bryant, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Colin Jost, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson and more.