Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence are humanity's only hope in the upcoming black comedy from Adam McKay. The two low-level astronomers have discovered a comet approaching Each that could potentially destroy the entire planet. To warn the public, they embark on a media tour, even meeting up with President Meryl Streep and her Chief of Staff Jonah Hill. Also starring Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Ariana Grande, and Cate Blanchett, the film will release in theaters on December 10, 2021, before streaming on Netflix Christmas Eve.
911 operator Joe Bayler has heard it all, from the tragic to the mundane. But over the course of one morning, his life is about to change when he receives a call from a kidnapped woman. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and directed by Antoine Fuqua, The Guilty premieres on Netflix on October 1, 2021.
The moon is on a crash course with earth, and NASA exec Jo Fowler knows how to stop it — but no one else believes her. Relying on a former astronaut and conspiracy theorist, the trio is on a mission to save the planet — from something entirely different. Starring Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, and John Bradley, Moonfall comes to theaters February 4, 2022.
Created by author Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time is an epic 14-volume fantasy series in which only women known as the Aes Sedai can use magic. The Amazon series focuses on a sorceress named Moiraine, who comes across a small village that harbors a being who might be the savior — or destroyer — of the world. The Wheel of Time premieres November 19, 2021 on Amazon Prime.
On September 15, Inspiration4 will send four people into space in the first-ever all-civilian mission. Led and commanded by Shift4 Payments founder Jared Isaacman, the crew will board the SpaceX Resilience capsule and depart on a three-day journey around the Earth to raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. In this five-part documentary series, The Last Dance director Jason Hehir will capture the moments leading up to the mission, while the final episode will highlight the team's launch, orbit, and historic splashdown back to Earth.
After appearing on Kim Kardashian West's Instagram page, Kanye West has released the official video for "Come to Life." Featuring clips from his Donda Chicago listening event at Soldier Field, the video begins with a shot of a replica of Ye's childhood home before cutting to a scene of West engulfed in flames. It also includes the moment his estranged wife joined him in a wedding gown. The event streamed on Apple Music and the album is available now.