From the Laxmmi bomb to Ludo, which can be seen in November

Diwali is in November and the week before is full of new streaming releases from India: the horror comedy Laxmmi Bomb, directed by Akshay Kumar, appears first on Disney + Hotstar, followed by Anurag Basu, who leads an ensemble in Ludo on Netflix Rajkummar Rao- Star Chhalaang on Amazon Prime Video. Rao also plays in Ludo which is a very happy Diwali for him. In between and everywhere we have the return of the critically acclaimed The Crown and HBO’s Game of Thrones for Families in His Dark Materials.

Elsewhere we have a new animated entry in the world of Star Wars. Of course, the second season of Mandalorian will continue through November, as will the third season of Star Trek: Discovery on Netflix. If you’re looking for even more newcomers, brothers Russo, Kate Winslet, Amy Adams, Sophia Loren, Fred Armisen, Kate Mara, and Lena Dunham are involved in various properties. Here is our November 2020 guide to Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, and Voot Select.

Moon base 8

When: November 8th
Where: Voot Select

Fred Armisen, John C. Reilly, and Tim Heidecker created, wrote, and directed this comedy about a group of astronauts training on NASA’s Moon Base Simulator in the Arizona desert to prepare for their first mission to the lunar surface. Co-creator Jonathan Krisel also writes and directs. All six episodes on release date, with the first episode being free to watch.

Laxmmi bomb

When: November 9th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Akshay Kumar is a man who stars, writes, directs and produces this Hindi remake of the 2011 Tamil-language horror comedy Kanchana starring Raghava Lawrence. Lawrence is also the director and co-writer of Laxmmi Bomb. The trailer is tonally everywhere, hopefully the movie gets better in that regard. Kiara Advani, Ayesha Raza Mishra, Tusshar Kapoor, Sharad Kelkar, Tarun Arora, Ashwini Kalsekar and Manu Rishi play the leading roles.

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Industry

When: November 10th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

The girls’ creator, Lena Dunham, is the director and executive producer of this London-based drama that follows a string of college graduates applying for jobs at a top investment bank. It’s got new faces behind (creators Mickey Down and Konrad Kay) and in front of (Myha’la Herrold, Marisa Abela, Harry Lawtey, David Jonsson, and Nabhaan Rizwan) of the camera, and it’s impossible to say what to expect from the show . Is it euphoria meets succession? We will find out. New episodes weekly.

Aunt Donna’s great old house of fun

When: November 11th
Where: Netflix

Ed Helms is executive producer and will star in this Australian comedy film directed by comedy group Aunt Donna: Zachary Ruane, Broden Kelly and Mark Bonanno. In keeping with its absurd humor, the series has a similar tone: it shows people with low resolution, a closet labeled “creaky door” and a cloud of thoughts that is visible to all. Kristen Schaal and Weird Al-Yankovic will also be guest stars. All episodes are published together.

A teacher

When: November 11th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Kate Mara plays a popular Texas high school teacher who has an illegal affair with her student (Nick Robinson) in this mini-series expansion of Hannah Fidell’s 2013 film of the same name. Ashley Zukerman, Marielle Scott, Shane Harper and Adam David Thompson play the leading roles with supporting roles for Rya Kihlstedt, Camila Perez, Cameron Moulène, Ciara Bravo and Charlie Zeltzer. Three episodes at launch and one episode a week later.

Ludo

When: November 12th
Where: Netflix

Anurag Basu’s next film brings together four overlapping stories in which an amateur kidnapper (Abhishek Bachchan), a killer (Panjak Tripathi), a waiter (Rajkummar Rao) willing to do anything for his high school sweetheart, a ventriloquist (Aditya Roy Kapur) play a fictional doctorate and two cheaters (Fatima Sana Shaikh and Rohit Saraf) who make a lot of money.

Netflix will release 17 Indian titles in the coming months.

Chhalaang

When: November 13th
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Rajkummar Rao, Nushrat Bharucha and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub are caught in a love triangle in this social comedy from award-winning director Hansal Mehta that spurs a sports competition between two school teachers (Rao and Ayyub) as they vie for the affection of another teacher (Bharucha) and keep their jobs. Ajay Devgn is one of the producers.

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The life before us

When: November 13th
Where: Netflix

Film legend Sophia Loren – she has won awards at the Oscars, Grammys, Cannes, BAFTAs and Golden Globes – returns to the big screen after a decade to play a Holocaust survivor and mother of a Senegalese orphan (Ibrahima Gueye). Based on Romain Gary’s 1975 novel The Life Before Us and directed by Loren’s son Edoardo Ponti.

The crown

When: November 15th
Where: Netflix

Gillian Anderson (as Margaret Thatcher) and Emma Corrin (as Princess Diana) star in the fourth season of this British royalty drama, which runs from 1977 to 1990. During the Thatcher era, Lady Diana and Princes are introduced to William, and Harry; and it will cover Diana’s wedding to Prince Charles, her ocean voyage, the Falklands War, and Lord Mountbatt’s funeral. All episodes are published together.

Crown season 4 also marks the end of the run for Olivia Colman (as Queen Elizabeth II), Tobias Menzes (as Prince Philip) and Helena Bonham Carter (as Princess Margaret). The Netflix series changes its main cast every two seasons. Imelda Stanton, Jonathan Pryce and Elizabeth Debicki have been hired as Queen, Philip and Diana for seasons 5 and 6, which do not arrive until 2022.

Its dark materials

When: November 17th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

The second book in Philip Pullman’s trilogy of the same name “The Subtle Knife” is the basis for the second season of His Dark Materials, in which Lyra (Dafne Keen) and Will (Amir Wilson) try to find out what connects them with the city of Cittàgazze, while staying one step ahead of adults – including Lyra’s mother, Marisa Coulter (Ruth Wilson) – trying to get her hands on her. New episodes weekly. A third season is already in the works.

Check out the new trailer for His Dark Materials, Season 2, this November

The Lego Star Wars holiday special

When: November 17th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Disney willingly remind everyone of the original infamous Horrible, Not Good Star Wars Christmas Special by releasing a new animated one featuring Lego versions of your favorite Star Wars characters. Following the events of The Rise of Skywalker, it unites Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Chewbacca, Rose Tico and the droids on their way to Chewie’s home planet Kashyyyk to celebrate the day of life that has been dubbed the galaxy’s happiest and most magical holiday.

Big sky

When: November 18th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley is the creator of this procedural thriller about a private detective (Kylie Bunbury) and a former cop (Katheryn Winnick) who discover a serial killer was behind the kidnapping of two sisters. Based on CJ Box’s 2013 novel “The Highway”. Ryan Phillippe, John Carroll Lynch, Jade Pettyjohn, Brian Geraghty and Dedee Pfeiffer star. New episodes weekly.

Hillbilly elegy

When: November 24th
Where: Netflix

Golden Globe winners Glenn Close and Amy Adams lead the cast of Director Ron Howard’s 2016 adaptation of JD Vance’s 2016 title memo about a former Marine and Yale law student (Gabriel Basso) who must and must return home due to a family crisis with his addicted mother (Adams) while drawing on the memories of his grandma (Close), who raised him. Haley Bennett, Freida Pinto and Bo Hopkins star.

Mosul

When: November 26th
Where: Netflix

Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo are among the producers of this action thriller in the Iraqi title city, which follows a villainous police unit that carried out a guerrilla operation against the terrorist group and the former quasi-state IS to exert pressure them from their hometown. Matthew Michael Carnahan, the writer of World War Z, The Kingdom and Deepwater Horizon, makes his directorial debut.

Abbas Abdulghani, Adam Bessa, Ben Affan, Hayat Kamille, Is’haq Elias, Mohimen Mahbuba, Qutaiba Abdelhaq, Suhail Aldabbach, Thaer Al-Shayei and William El Gardi are part of the Mosul Occupation.

Black Beauty

When: November 27th
Where: Disney + Hotstar

In this Disney film by Ashley Avis, director of Deserted and Adolescence, Kate Winslet talks to the eponymous wild horse, who forms an “unbreakable bond” with a teenage girl (Mackenzie Foy). Based on Anna Sewell’s 1877 novel of the same name, it had previously been adapted eight times for film and television. Calam Lynch, Claire Forlani, Deon Lotz, Ferndiakon, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Iain Glen, Matt Rippy, Max Raphael and Patrick Lyster play the leading roles.

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