5 new series and movies that you cannot miss

This week, streaming platforms debut no less than five new titles.

Marilyn Monroe appears on Netflix, and Disney+ will toast us with the big names of Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker. But there is more news.

1. Marilyn Monroe-Netflix

It was released just a few days ago, but the new Marilyn Monroe movie, starring Ana de Armas and directed by Andrew Dominik, is already causing quite a stir on social networks. At stake are the (many) nude scenes that have already been justified by both the actress and the director of this film.

But controversy aside, the film is based on the novel of the same title by Joyce Carol Oates and tells the story of the iconic blonde’s rise and her winding path to her unexpected death. It is not an autobiography, but a psychological exposition that shows the struggle of the Hollywood star against the film industry that wanted to totally control her life.

2. Three crazy witches 2

It is the sequel to the first film of the same name and stars well-known actresses Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as the hilarious and wacky Salem witches.

It has been 29 years since the black flame candle was last lit, resurrecting the 17th century Sanderson sisters who continue to seek their revenge. Now, three high school students must stop these witches from achieving their goal of revenge before dawn on All Saints’ Day.

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3. The biggest beer race in history – Apple TV

The new Apple TV movie stars Zac Efron, but also Bill Murray and Russell Crowe. Here we follow Efron, or rather Chickie, who lives a quiet life in 1960s New York.

Until one night in a bar with friends, he has the idea of ​​going to Vietnam, in the middle of the war with the United States of America, to give a beer to each of his friends who are fighting.

4. Jungle – Amazon Prime

It is a six-episode series that follows the overlapping story of various strangers living in central London. These stories are told through British Rap and Drill, where the law that only the strongest survive.

Jungle takes place in a context that mixes music with dialogue and shows the complexity of the world of Rap, conveying a timeless vision of the British capital.

5. Johnny vs. Amber – HBO Max

Now premieres on the HBO Max platform the documentary that shows the story of the intense trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, who exchanged mutual accusations of physical violence in court and in the public square.

The documentary goes behind the scenes of the legal battle between the two actors, providing a forensic account of both sides.

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