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New of the Week: 'Halloween Ends,' 'Rosaline,' The 1975 | Entertainment News

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This is a curated collection of content coming to TV, streaming services and music platforms this week, curated by Associated Press entertainment journalists.


—Is it really time to say goodbye to Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode? It’s a promise, teased in promos as ‘only one survives’. Director David Gordon Green is returning to wrap up his contemporary trilogy, which opens in theaters and Peacock on Friday, October 14.. Green said in a recent interview: .

— ‘Booksmart’ star Caitlin Dever contributes her comedic skills to ‘Rosaline’, a cheeky twist on the ex-girlfriend-focused ‘Romeo and Juliet’ story Romeo briefly mentions . Daver plays the titular her character, who has just discovered that her lover (Kyle her Allen) is interested in someone else, Juliet (Isabella her Merced), and she finds herself her new home. Try to sabotage the relationship. “Rosaline,” which hits Hulu on Friday, October 14, is based on the young adult novel by Rebecca Serle and is written by (500) Days of Summer writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber and written by Karen Maine is directing. (“obvious child”). Starring Minnie Driver and Bradley Whitford. It could be her two thematically appropriate feature films, along with Lena Dunham’s “Catherine Called Birdy,” on Prime Video.

— Also check out Video on Demand for the horror movie Piggy, which made headlines at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. The film stars Laura Galán as a teenage girl who is overweight and bullied by the locals in the Spanish countryside where she spends her summers. But things take a turn when she realizes her tormentor has been kidnapped and she has to figure out what to do. It was screenwriter Carlo Tapereda’s feature debut, and his work on film has been compared to Brian de Her Parma and ‘Carrie’.

AP Film Writer Lindsey Barr


— With ‘Being Funny in a Foreign Language’, The 1975 continue the long cryptic tradition of album titles. The only clues as to the direction of their latest 11-track collection are some of its singles. The funky “Happiness,” the sweet, uncynic throwback “I’m In Love With You,” and the ambitious, utterly cynical and progressive “Part.” of the Band,” with singer girlfriend Matty Healy’s memorable lyrics. my joke ass? Or am I just an average post-cocaine skinny guy calling his ego imagination? So where does that seem to lead? So far, only good music.

— The Red Hot Chili Peppers aren’t ready to stop inspiring our lives this year. Their album Return of the Dream Canteen follows April’s Unlimited Love It will be released on Friday 14th October, the second album release of 2022. They once again joined forces with their longtime producer and creative confidante Rick Rubin, with an early single, ‘Tippa My Tongue’. In between albums, the band won the prestigious Global Icon Award and performed at the MTV Video Music Awards. The band said the new album is “everything we’ve ever dreamed of. Packed. Made in the blood of our hearts.”

――Who would be there if you were depressed? exactly. Dance diva Betty Who. After she hears her 14 of her tracks “BIG!”, it’s virtually impossible to put down. — full of self-love and acceptance. “I make no apologies for taking up space/I’m not going to fight it/I belong out of place,” she sings on the title track. Pure empowerment pop, “She Can Dance” sees Betty reflect on her lesser self before. Or she finds a missing piece that was broken/But she could dance. “

— Global trailblazer and provocateur MIA is back. “Beep, bleep! Yeah, I’m trying to get through,” she sings on the hypnotic “beep” from her new album Meta. Her other singles include “The One” and “Popular,” and it’s hard to hide MIA’s ironic take on fame. Following 2016’s ‘Aim’, ‘Mata’ has been in the making for years, with compositions recorded in London, Los Angeles, Italy, Bali, Jakarta and St. Her Vincent.

AP Entertainment Writer Mark Kennedy

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— Supernatural, which ended its 15-year run in 2020, launched a comic book series, a novel, and finally a spin-off about the parents of the Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean. Dean (Jensen Ackles) is the narrator of “The Winchesters,” which tells the story of John Winchester’s (Drake Roger) and Mary Campbell’s (Meg Donnelly) love story in the 1970s. He is a veteran who has just returned from the Vietnam War and she is fighting her own battle as a demon her hunter. The series debuts on her CW on Tuesday.

— High School, a 2019 memoir by indie-pop duo and twins Tegan and Sara Quinn, was adapted into a series of the same name set in 1990s Canada. Gilliland, who also plays teenage twins Tegan and Sara, tell a coming-of-age story steeped in the grunge era. Cobie Smulders and Kyle Bornheimer will guest star as the parents of twins in “High School,” which debuts on her Amazon Freevee streaming his service on Friday, October 14.

— “Shantaram” is another book-based series, this time a novel of the same name by Gregory David Roberts. In his vividly portrayed 1980s Indian Bombay, fugitive Linford (Charlie Hunnam) is about to disappear into his new life, only to find that old patterns and love are getting in the way. increase. It’s a tough journey for Lynn, just as Roberts said the novel incorporates elements from his own life, including drugs, prisons, and an unlikely role as a healer.Apple TV+ The series will debut on Friday, October 14 with three episodes of his, with the remaining nine episodes of him releasing weekly.

— AP TV Writer Lynn Elver

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