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Are you ready to head back inside a movie theater? Disney (and theater owners) are hoping you are. Today they're releasing two new films into cinemas for the first time since the pandemic began. But, for those who prefer to stay in quarantine, we have new options for you too...


Tyler Perry's "Madea's Farwell" Play on BET+

I love this new trend, of showing live theatre on streaming services! Don't get me wrong, I can't wait for broadway to reopen. But for those of us who couldn't get tickets to the original cast of Hamilton or to see Tyler Perry's final performance as Madea, this is a great new option. Check out our story (above) about how Madea helped launch Tyler's empire, plus our interview with co-stars David and Tamela Mann.

The Personal History of David Copperfield in Theaters

This is one of the films Disney is releasing in movie theaters starting today. Dev Patel stars as the legendary character, based on the classic novel by Charles Dickens.

The New Mutants in Theaters

This is the other big new release from Disney this weekend. Maisie Williams leads the cast in this X-Men spinoff. But what's scarier, the plot...or being indoors in a theater during a pandemic? This is the first big test to see if audiences are ready to gather inside movie houses. Stay safe everyone!

Fatima on VOD and in Theaters

This story of faith has a great cast including Harvey Keitel and Goran Višnjić. It's available to watch at home or in some theaters. Check out our new interview with Goran and star Stephanie Gil in the video at the top of this page.

Rogue on VOD

Megan Fox is back doing what she does best...kicking butt in an action movie. This new movie is now available to watch at home On Demand.

Hard Kill on VOD

It's Bruce Willis in an action movie. What more do you want? It's available to watch at home, On Demand now.

Get Duked on Prime Video

Um, we think the trailer pretty much speaks for itself.

Phineas and Ferb The Movie on Disney+

OK this is more my speed. The popular animated show is now a movie on Disney+. Enjoy!

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