Another mind-bending mystery? Sign us up ASAP! Starring the multi-faceted Janelle Monae, Antebellum follows the story of a young successful author who finds her self trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the truth before its too late. With the original release penned for April, the thriller has now been pushed back for release on Friday, September 18 on VOD.
HBO are making sure we are kept busy with new trailers for Nicole Kidman’s The Undoing and Euphoria star Barbie Ferreira’s Unpregnant.
Everyone loves a good road trip to escape a boring mundane life and seek a new adventure but for teenager Veronica, (Haley Lu Richardson) it’s a case of ridding herself of an unwanted pregnancy. Based on the novel of the same name, Unpregnant follows the story of Veronica who discovers she is pregnant and can’t get an abortion in her home state of Missouri without her parents’ permission, so she convinces former friend Bailey (Barbie Ferreira) to drive cross-country to Albuquerque for the procedure. But no road trip comes without trials and tribulations. With stolen cars and no money the journey quickly becomes filled with laughter, real choices and suspense.
The Third Day
Jude Law is back with another psychological thriller and we’re already addicted. Enlisting the alluring and captivating Naomi Harris, the six-part series follows the story of a man and woman who arrive on a mysterious island off the British coast at different times. Their lives are quickly intertwined with a series of three interconnected stories. The groundbreaking new drama is giving us Natalie Portman Annihilation vibes mixed with the creepy locals from DiCaprio’s Shutter Island – we’re already hiding behind pillows.
If her performance in Big Little Lies is anything to go on, Nicole Kidman is set to ruffle feathers with her performance in HBO’s new drama The Undoing. Starring alongside British gem and national treasure Hugh Grant, Kidman plays a therapist whose life starts to unravel after she learns her husband might be responsible for a widespread disaster. Based on the 2014 novel You Should Have Known, the mini-series is set to premiere October 25th – mark your calendars because this is set to be Emmy worthy.