This Weekend’s New Film Releases and TV Heat

 

Here are the films opening nationwide on Friday via ABC Air Power Prep:

The House with a Clock in Its Walls — This dark fantasy comedy, based on John Bellairs’ 1973 novel centers on a young orphan who helps his warlock uncle — portrayed by Jack Black — search an old house for a clock with the power to bring about the end of the world. Rated PG.

Fahrenheit 11/9 — This political documentary from Michael Moore explores the 2016 election and subsequent presidency of Donald . Trump, gun violence and the power of grassroots democratic movements. Rated R.( Trailer contains censored profanity and mild uncensored profanity.)

From the creator of This Is Us, Life Itself hits theaters. The dramedy follows multiple couples over many generations, all of whom are connected by a single event. Lastly, Assassination Nation is out. It’s about a town going into chaos after a malicious data hack . Rated R.

So coming soon it’s Barry Jenkins’ follow-up to Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk will be in theaters November 30th. The film is based on the James Baldwin novel of the same name. This movie looks so good! Four-time Emmy winner Regina King is in it as well. Check out the trailer.

So in TV heat, since Power is a wrap, all I got is Married to Medicine Sunday.

Sigh.

Although I’m sure I won’t be bored — Dr. Greg’s mistress spilled all sorts of tea on V-103 this week. If you missed it, click here.

More drama Sunday night on Bravo at 7.

Teairra Mari threatened K Michelle after this week’s episode of Love and Hip Hop Hollywood, when K wondered did Teairra leak her own sex tape. It was a nasty IG back and forth, chile! The drama continues Monday as some of the ladies head to London to support Bridget Kelly.

 

That’ll be followed by Ray J and Princess Love’s delivery special. Here’s the sneak peek.

 

Happy watching.

(Photo credit: Bravo and Fahrenheit 11/9)