With the release of No Time to Die, the Bond franchise will celebrate its 25th film. Daniel Craig reprises his role as the 007 for the fifth and final time as the MI6 agent tries to enjoy retirement in Jamaica. Not to anyone's surprise, he gets pulled back into active duty after crossing paths with an old friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter. Directed by and co-written by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the film's cast includes Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Whishaw, Lea Seydoux, and Ralph Fiennes, and is slated for release only in theaters on October 8, 2021.
New York, Andy Warhol, art and film, the '60s — it was a cosmic series of events that came together in a grand conjunction only possible in one place and at one time. The Velvet Underground would go on to become a legendary rock act, almost a character in a film it helped create. Director Todd Haynes tells their story in The Velvet Underground, coming to Apple TV October 15.
Princess Diana's time with the British Royal family has been the subject of numerous documentaries, films, and television shows. Director Pablo Larraín gives his take on the Princess of Wales with Spencer. The biographical drama goes back to 1991 to imagine the peek inside the family's Christmas holiday at Sandringham House in Norfolk, where Diana decided to leave Prince Charles. The film will premiere in theaters on November 5, 2021.
Director Jane Campion returns to film for the first time in a decade for the adaptation of Thomas Savage's novel The Power of the Dog. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Jesse Plemons, the movie follows a charismatic rancher who torments his brother when he returns home with his new wife and her son. The film will begin streaming on Netflix on December 1, 2021, after premiering at the Venice International Film Festival on September 2.