This holiday season, our favorite stars are bringing the best of their performances on the screens. Amid the lockdowns in different countries due to pandemic, this holiday season everyone will be home and to spend these holidays with some good and cozy movies is not a bad choice at all.
Get ready to watch the highly anticipated documentary, drama and action-packed movies this holiday season at your home. Check out the list of movies releasing this holiday:
A portrait of the songwriter's life, chronicling the past few years of his rise and journey. Shawn Mendes in this intimate documentary which has been filmed over the past few years, featuring childhood videos as well as footage from his 2019 self-titled world tour. And also his relationship with Camila Cabello. Releasing on Netflix, on November 23.
A Yale law student traveling back to his hometown in the Appalachians reflects on his eclectic, loving upbringing and his own future. The cast includes Amy Adams, Glenn Close and Gabriel Basso. The movie will be released on Netflix, on November 24.
The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two
Teenager Kate Pierce (Judah Lewis) is reunited with Santa Claus (Kurt Russel) when a troublemaker threatens to cancel Christmas -- forever. Releasing on Netflix, on November 25.
This holiday, to support a high school girl who wants to bring her girlfriend to the prom a group of self-obsessed theater stars go to a small conservative Indiana town, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington and James Corden will rock in this musical film releasing on Netflix, on December 11.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Chadwick Boseman's last film is about the members of a band in 1920s Chicago awaiting the arrival of its lead singer, blues legend Ma Rainey (Viola Davis). Based on an August Wilson play will be released on Netflix, on December 18.
The Midnight Sky
George Clooney stars in and directs a story of a lone scientist in the Arctic races to contact a crew of astronauts returning home to a mysterious global catastrophe. It was shot ahead of the COVID-19 shutdown and the onslaught of fires and hurricanes. Releasing on Netflix, this December 23.
Wonder Woman 1984
The best surprise for Christmas this year, is to watch Gal Gadot’s Princess of Themyscira (i.e., Diana Prince) as Wonder Woman and how she squares off against Maxwell Lord and the Cheetah, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility. The movie will be released in selected theaters and on HBO max on December 25.