Five must-see movie and show releases to check out in October
By Elyse Johnson
While summer is over, there is a lot to look forward to this fall! Here are five movies and TV shows to see in October.
Pumpkin and spice lattes, warm fireside nights and, of course, the best holidays, Halloween, are just a few good things that happen in October.
Viewers will be able to indulge in gripping dramas, scary films and sci-fi epics!
Whether it’s cuddling indoors with a loved one or heading back to the movies, the fall entertainment lineup could be the best yet.
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Here are five must-haves movies and tv series comes out this month.
Another adaptation of the iconic 1965 novel is in the works.
But will it live up to everyone’s expectations?
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The film will focus on the first half of the sci-fi book, in which Paul and his noble family are embroiled in a war for the dangerous desert planet Arrakis, at the behest of the scheming house. Harkonnen.
Zendaya, Oscar Issac, Jason Momoa, Josh Brolin and Stellan SkarsgÃ¥rd also star in the long-awaited film.
Early reviews of the film were mostly positive.
With a stellar cast and previews teasing epic cinematography, Dune could be one of the best movies to release this year.
Dune hits theaters and on HBO Max on October 22.
You Are Netflix Season 3
What happens when two serial killers try to have a normal life?
How about the chaos and probably more bloodshed?
You’ll be returning from Netflix for a third season, and fans have already had a glimpse of what to expect.
Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, and his girlfriend Love Quinn, played by Victoria Pedretti, have settled with their newborn baby in the California suburb of Madre Linda.
Still, old habits die hard for Joe, who struggles to control his psychopathic and stalking tendencies.
This will cause problems for Love – who literally killed off to make sure the couple got a new life.
Joe and Love are they going to get caught?
You from Netflix returns on October 15.
Evil never dies, and neither does Michael Myers.
Just in time for the spooky season, the next chapter in the Halloween saga will arrive later this month.
Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode, the traumatized victim who seeks to kill Michael once and for all.
Halloween Kills picks up where its predecessor left off.
Instead of Michal succumbing to the trap Laurie, her daughter, and granddaughter are setting for him, he unsurprisingly survives.
Now Laurie is determined to take him out, but she’ll have backups this time around.
Reprising their roles for the 1978 film, Will Patton, Kyle Richards, Nancy Stephens will also appear in the upcoming sequel.
And since there’s a third film already confirmed for next year, don’t expect Michael to finally meet his director just yet. That’s not to say that we won’t see other characters end up badly, however.
Halloween Kills hits theaters on October 14.
The Netflix Housekeeper
Netflix’s latest comedy-drama Maid stars Margaret Qualley in her first lead role.
The miniseries is based on Stephanie Land’s critically acclaimed memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive.
Margaret plays the main character Alex – a single mom who becomes a housekeeper to make ends meet as she battles poverty, homelessness and bureaucracy.
Famous 26-year-old mother Andie McDowell will also be on the show.
Margaret was born with great acting genes, but will she deliver?
Netflix’s Maid is now streaming.
No time to die
Daniel Craig will be giving his last performance as Jams Bond in the highly anticipated No Time to Die.
The spy film will follow the British MI6 agent recruited to help an old friend while enjoying a tropical vacation.
The endless delays and the fact that this will be Daniel’s last ride as a handsome secret agent have raised very high expectations.
Newcomers Ana de Armas, Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch will join in on the action.
Ben Whishaw, Naomie harris, Jeffrey wright, Christoph Waltz, and Ralph Fiennes will be rtaking their roles from previous films.
It will be intriguing how the film wraps up the English actor’s long chapter, and even more who will have to fill their shiny shoes.
No Time to Die hits theaters on October 8.
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