What’s new on Netflix: movies and shows coming, going in September 2021
Here are the new movies and shows you can stream in September, including “Kat″ and “Midnight Mass.” Check out some of the highlights below, or scroll down to the full list of what’s new and what’s leaving Netflix this month. New additions include the “Jaws” movies, season three of “Sex Education” and the entire “Saved by the Bell” series. (Sept. 2)Nightbooks (2021)This Netflix original fantasy film follows a boy obsessed with scary stories who is imprisoned by an evil young witch in her contemporary New York City apartment. (Sept. 15)The Starling (2021)When a woman suffers a loss, a combative Starling takes nest beside her quiet home. Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the WheelLove on the Spectrum (Season 2)Sept. 22Confessions of an Invisible GirlDear White People, Vol.mlive.com
New this week: 'Clemency,' BET Awards, HAIM, 'Doctor Sleep'
(Neon via AP)Heres a collection curated by The Associated Press entertainment journalists of whats arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. Written and directed by Chinonye Chukwu, Clemency was well-reviewed but got unjustly overshadowed by some of the higher profile awards contenders when it was released in December. Doctor Sleep: The Directors Cut: This Danny Torrance-focused sequel to The Shining was a little divisive upon release, which wasnt all that surprising. Film Writer Lindsey BahrMUSICGrey Daze: Fans of the late Grammy-winning screeching rock singer Chester Bennington will get a chance to hear him one more time. HAIM: Its been three years since sister trio HAIM have released a new album.
Stephen King: 'Doctor Sleep' film redeems Stanley Kubrick's 'Shining' adaptation
It's no secret that "The Shining" author Stephen King was not a fan of Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of his novel nearly 40 years ago. And King was very vocal about his discontent for Kubrick's film starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall. So, when writer-director Mike Flanagan set out to adapt "Doctor Sleep," King's sequel novel to "The Shining," he had to tread carefully. The hotel remained destroyed in the "Doctor Sleep" novel. "Doctor Sleep" takes place decades after the events of "The Shining," with Danny Torrance now grown.cnbc.com