There has been a lot of anticipated releases pending for 2021, but none have had us biting our fingernails quite like Pablo Larraín’s Spencer. Starring Kristen Stewart as the late Princess of Wales, the film follows her during the 1991 Christmas holidays with the royal family at Sandringham House, where an important life-changing decision is made. With future of the royal family hanging in the balance, Diana make the choice to end her marriage to Prince Charles, but not without fall out from the rest of the firm. Filled with revelations, drama and emotion, the film is set to explore Diana’s final days in the royal household before making a decision that would rock the world. Also starring Jack Fathering as Charles, the film is set to premiere at Venice Film Festival this month before its international release this November.
Marvel masterpieces, nail-biting royal drama and the return of Joe Goldberg: new trailers for Spencer and Spider-Man: No Way Home in this week’s film round-up.
When it comes to action films, no one has it on lock quite like Dwayne Johnson, so you imagine our excitement when we heard he has another jam-packed adventure in works. Enlisting Wonder Women Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, we’re set to go on a wild ride with FBI top profiler (Johnson) as he joins the two rival criminals when a daring heist goes wrong.
You: season 3
Get ready, cause our favourite obsessive stalker is back, and this time he’s taking his newborn with him. After two thrilling first seasons, Joe (Penn Badly) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) are back alongside a load of brand new cast members. But in terms of the plot, Netflix is keeping it a mystery. With the show remaining largely under wraps for now, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on what we can expect.
Into the Night: season 2
If lockdown taught us one thing, it’s that foreign TV shows hit a lot harder, and that includes Belgian apocalyptic drama Into the Night. Returning for another season on Netflix, the show will continue to take us through the lives of those on a red-eye flight from Brussels to Terenzio. With the group still escaping the global catastrophe which sees the sun killing all living organisms during daylight hours, we’re left in the hands of Mathieu as he and the group try and race to reach an underground military bunker. Filled with thrilling and nail-biting moments, we say tune into this when it drops September 8 2021
Spider-man: No Way Home
Ever since the end of LOKI we’ve had a gaping Marvel hole in our hearts that desperately needs filling, and director Jon Watts has satisfied us with the trailer for the new Spider-Man. Teaming up with Dr. Stephen Strange after the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we see Peter Parker trying to go back in time in hopes of reversing the effects the world has suffered at the hands of Mysterio, but the results aren’t what he expected. Returning with Zendaya, Jacob Batalon and Benedict Wong, Marvel’s latest adventure is set to land December 17 2021.