The Dish: Return To Theaters, Mulan, Chadwick Boseman, And More | Celebrity Page

At the height of the pandemic, as all movie theaters were closing it seemed like the film industry was dying before our very eyes. But now, at long last, two highly anticipated releases are finally out!! Tenet is in theaters now and Mulan is available to watch at home on digital and streaming.


Tenet in theaters now!

John David Washington co-stars with Robert Pattinson in this sci-fi, action thriller from director Christopher Nolan. Movie theaters are going to great lengths to make audiences feel comfortable to come watch the film. So, this weekend's box office numbers will be the first big test for Hollywood's reopening.

Mulan on Disney+

The other big release this weekend is Mulan. It too was delayed during the height of the pandemic. Now it's available as a premium purchase on the streaming platform; Disney Plus and other digital outlets.

Disney decided not to risk inviting its family audience back into theaters just yet.

Anthony on Peacock

Other movies opening this weekend: the original film Anthony, based on the true story of the racially-motivated murder of Anthony Walker in the U.K. It's streaming now on Peacock.

The Argument on VOD

There's also the relationship comedy; The Argument.

The Owners on VOD

Maisie Williams stars in the new horror movie; The Owners.

Guest House on VOD

Pauly Shore stars in Guest House.

Critical Thinking on VOD

John Leguizamo stars in this true story from 1998, five LatinX and Black teenagers from the toughest underserved ghetto in Miami fight their way into the National Chess Championship under the guidance of their unconventional but inspirational teacher.

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