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Strange things that have been lifting my mood in recent days are the old Nollywood costumes that are making rounds on Twitter. They’ve been making me chuckle, not only because they bring back funny memories, but because they look original and familiar at the same time.
As a way to look forward to future Nollywood titles, we kicked off a new series on Instagram titled “Everything You Need to Know”. In this series, uploaded on Mondays, we tell you everything you need to know (that we could find) about a particular Nollywood project in development or yet to be released. You can check them out using the hashtag #NollyDbKeptMeUp. Additionally, we started posting short reviews of pilot episodes with a verdict attached at the end, to aid your decision-making. These reviews can be found under this hashtag, #PilotEpisodeKeptMeUp. If you are yet to be following us on Instagram, you should follow us here. Turn on post notifications cos we have got exciting content for you as the movie steam rises towards the end of the year.
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What are you planning to watch in November? Check below for a slideshow of movies and TV shows to anticipate in November.
Monthly News Pick
- Netflix launches ‘Play Something’—a shuffle feature—for Android users worldwide.
- Netflix is planning to reboot That ‘70s Show as That ‘90s Show. It is already in development with Debra Jo Rupp (Kitty Forman) and Kurtwood Smith (Red Forman) signed on to return.
- Cillian Murphy as Oppenheimer, the father of atom bombs, in a new Christopher Nolan movie, set for July 21, 2023 to be released under Universal Pictures. Co-starring is Emily Blunt opposite Murphy.
- David Fincher is moving forward with a new movie, starring Michael Fassbender and Tilda Swinton, The Killer, ahead of a World War Z sequel with Brad Pitt.
- Will Poulter has been cast as Adam Warlock in the MCU.
- Biyi Bandele (Half of a Yellow Sun) will direct Death and the King’s Horseman for EbonyLife and Netflix. While filming has commenced, the cast remains unannounced.
Highlight of New Films in November
Special mentions: In My Room (17th, Netflix)
Highlight of New TV Series in November
The following TV shows return in November:
November 4: Catching Killers season 1 (Netflix)
November 7: Yellowstone season 4 (Paramount+), Condor season 2 (Epix)
November 9: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 6 (CW)
November 10: Gentefied (Netflix)
November 12: The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Disney+)
November 14: Yellowjackets season 1 (Showtime)
November 16: Riverdale season 6 (CW), The Flash season 8 (CW)
November 18: Anna season 1 (AMC+)
November 24: Hannah season 3 (Amazon Prime Video)
Which of the film(s) and TV show(s) are you looking forward to the most? Did we forget any? Let us know in the comments below.
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