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What To Watch In November: 13 Must-See Movies & TV Shows

November 6, 2023 by

By: Haley Bosselman By: Haley Bosselman

Cailee Spaeny in PriscillaCailee Spaeny in Priscilla.

November abounds with fall tradition, but you should be just as excited about all the forthcoming new movies and TV shows. There are highly-anticipated projects, award contenders, future cult favorites and more headed your way. Read on for the 13 must-watch movies this month.

Priscilla

Based on Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley, Sofia Copola’s upcoming film unpacks what happens when teen Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party. Setting her life on a whole new trajectory, Priscilla experiences love, loss, fame and turbulence beside the rockstar legend. It stars Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 3

What Happens Later

Meg Ryan returns to the screen for the first time in eight years alongside David Duchovny as Willa and Bill, two former lovers who experience a chance encounter and run into each other while stranded at an airport. Ryan also directed and co-wrote the screenplay.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 3

The Curse

Written and created by Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie, Fielder and Emma Stone star as a newly married couple trying to have a child. All the while, the duo navigates an alleged curse and starring in their new home-improvement show.

Where to watch: Showtime Nov. 10

The Killer

Following its Venice International Film Festival premiere, David Fincher’s next film comes from a screenplay by Andrew Kevin Walker based on a French graphic novel of the same name. Starring Michael Fassbender, this neo-noir psychological crime thriller sees what happens when an assassin’s greatest enemy becomes himself.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 10

The Crown- Season 6

In its final season, the award-winning series dives further into the life of Princess Diana and the aftermath of her tragic death.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 16

May December

From director Todd Haynes, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore make award-contending performances in this film about what happens when a relationship that gripped the tabloids 20 years prior is interrupted by a researching actress. It also stars Charles Melton.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 17

Saltburn

From Promising Young Woman filmmaker Emerald Fennell, Saltburn will capture audiences for the plain fact that the cast includes Jacob Elordi, Barry Keoghan and Rosamund Pike. The psychological thriller will likely go on to intrigue viewers for its enticing tale about a student who spends a life-changing summer at an aristocratic peer’s family estate.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 17

Fargo- Season 5

After a three-year break, Fargo makes a big return with a cast that includes Jon Hamm, Juno Temple, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris, Richa Moorjani, Dave Foley and David Rysdahl. Set in 2019 North Dakota and Minnesota, the new set of episodes wonders, “"When is a kidnapping not a kidnapping, and what if your wife isn't yours?

Where to watch: FX and Hulu on Nov. 21

Good Burger 2

No, it’s not too good to be true. Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell are in fact reuniting in the name of Good Burger 2. Taking place 26 years after the events of the original movie, Dexter gets his old job back from Ed after an invention failure.

Where to watch: Paramount Plus on Nov. 22

Leave The World Behind

Directed and produced by Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail, Leave The World Behind chronicles one family’s struggle for survival when their Long Island vacation is threatened by a suddenly collapsing world. It stars Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, Ethan Hawke, Myha'la and Kevin Bacon.

Where to watch: Netflix on Nov. 22

Maestro

Ahead of its Netflix debut in December, Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan star as legendary composer Leonard Bernstein and actress Felicia Montealegre in the biographical drama Maestro. Directed also by Cooper, it was co-produced by Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 22

Wish

A perfect complement to family gatherings, Disney’s Wish follows idealistic Ash, who makes a wish so powerful that it is answered by an energetic cosmic force called Star. Together, they confront King Magnifico to save Asha’s community. The cast features the talents of Ariana DeBose, Chris Pine and Alan Tudyk.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 22

Napoleon

Director Ridley Scott dives into the rise, rule and marriage of the eponymous French leader. Starring Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte and Vanessa Kirby as Empress Joséphine, it will later stream on Apple TV Plus.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 24

As award season approaches, there is no shortage of great film and television both at home and on the big screen.

See also: Go Inside Roman Roy's Penthouse From Succession













What To Watch In November: 13 Must-See Movies & TV Shows

November 6, 2023 by By: Haley Bosselman

Cailee Spaeny in PriscillaCailee Spaeny in Priscilla.

November abounds with fall tradition, but you should be just as excited about all the forthcoming new movies and TV shows. There are highly-anticipated projects, award contenders, future cult favorites and more headed your way. Read on for the 13 must-watch movies this month.

Priscilla

Based on Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley, Sofia Copola’s upcoming film unpacks what happens when teen Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party. Setting her life on a whole new trajectory, Priscilla experiences love, loss, fame and turbulence beside the rockstar legend. It stars Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 3

What Happens Later

Meg Ryan returns to the screen for the first time in eight years alongside David Duchovny as Willa and Bill, two former lovers who experience a chance encounter and run into each other while stranded at an airport. Ryan also directed and co-wrote the screenplay.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 3

The Curse

Written and created by Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie, Fielder and Emma Stone star as a newly married couple trying to have a child. All the while, the duo navigates an alleged curse and starring in their new home-improvement show.

Where to watch: Showtime Nov. 10

The Killer

Following its Venice International Film Festival premiere, David Fincher’s next film comes from a screenplay by Andrew Kevin Walker based on a French graphic novel of the same name. Starring Michael Fassbender, this neo-noir psychological crime thriller sees what happens when an assassin’s greatest enemy becomes himself.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 10

The Crown- Season 6

In its final season, the award-winning series dives further into the life of Princess Diana and the aftermath of her tragic death.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 16

May December

From director Todd Haynes, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore make award-contending performances in this film about what happens when a relationship that gripped the tabloids 20 years prior is interrupted by a researching actress. It also stars Charles Melton.

Where to watch: On Netflix Nov. 17

Saltburn

From Promising Young Woman filmmaker Emerald Fennell, Saltburn will capture audiences for the plain fact that the cast includes Jacob Elordi, Barry Keoghan and Rosamund Pike. The psychological thriller will likely go on to intrigue viewers for its enticing tale about a student who spends a life-changing summer at an aristocratic peer’s family estate.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 17

Fargo- Season 5

After a three-year break, Fargo makes a big return with a cast that includes Jon Hamm, Juno Temple, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joe Keery, Lamorne Morris, Richa Moorjani, Dave Foley and David Rysdahl. Set in 2019 North Dakota and Minnesota, the new set of episodes wonders, “"When is a kidnapping not a kidnapping, and what if your wife isn't yours?

Where to watch: FX and Hulu on Nov. 21

Good Burger 2

No, it’s not too good to be true. Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell are in fact reuniting in the name of Good Burger 2. Taking place 26 years after the events of the original movie, Dexter gets his old job back from Ed after an invention failure.

Where to watch: Paramount Plus on Nov. 22

Leave The World Behind

Directed and produced by Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail, Leave The World Behind chronicles one family’s struggle for survival when their Long Island vacation is threatened by a suddenly collapsing world. It stars Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, Ethan Hawke, Myha'la and Kevin Bacon.

Where to watch: Netflix on Nov. 22

Maestro

Ahead of its Netflix debut in December, Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan star as legendary composer Leonard Bernstein and actress Felicia Montealegre in the biographical drama Maestro. Directed also by Cooper, it was co-produced by Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 22

Wish

A perfect complement to family gatherings, Disney’s Wish follows idealistic Ash, who makes a wish so powerful that it is answered by an energetic cosmic force called Star. Together, they confront King Magnifico to save Asha’s community. The cast features the talents of Ariana DeBose, Chris Pine and Alan Tudyk.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 22

Napoleon

Director Ridley Scott dives into the rise, rule and marriage of the eponymous French leader. Starring Joaquin Phoenix as Napoleon Bonaparte and Vanessa Kirby as Empress Joséphine, it will later stream on Apple TV Plus.

Where to watch: In theaters Nov. 24

As award season approaches, there is no shortage of great film and television both at home and on the big screen.

See also: Go Inside Roman Roy's Penthouse From Succession