There is plenty to explore in the arts this week! The incredibly successful Japanese anime One Piece Film: Red plays in American theaters, and Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas is this week’s revival film at the Senator Theatre. The much-awaited Black Panther: Wakanda Forever also opens in theaters this week!
Matthew Perry also recently published his memoir, reflecting on his life’s highs and lows with brutal honesty about his battle with addiction. Lastly, in the world of music, Drake and 21 Savage released their new album Her Loss.
My Policeman, directed by Michael Grandage — Nov. 4 on Prime Video
An intense tale of forbidden love set in post-war Britain.
Prey for the Devil, directed by Daniel Stamm — Oct. 28
Everyone likes a good old exorcism. Follow a nun trying to save a possessed girl’s life in this horror-thriller.
One Piece Film: Red, directed by Gorō Taniguchi — Nov. 4
The 15th feature film of the One Piece anime film series releases in the U.S. after making waves in Japan.
Goodfellas, directed by Martin Scorsese — Nov. 9 ONLY
Relive Scorsese’s timeless classic about real-life former gangster Henry Hill’s rise and fall, played by the great late Ray Liotta, as this week’s revival at the Senator Theatre.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, directed by Ryan Coogler — Nov. 11
It’s finally here! Catch the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and revisit the regal world of Wakanda.
Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir, written by Matthew Perry — Nov. 1
Perry delivers an incredibly honest memoir chronicling his struggles with alcoholism and fame.
Going Rogue: Rise and Shine Twenty-Nine, written by Janet Evanovich — Nov. 1
The latest addition to the Stephanie Plum series is a gripping thriller full of twists and turns.
Her Loss, by Drake and 21 Savage — Nov. 4
Drake and 21 Savage reunite for another collaboration on this 16-track album.
Only the Strong Survive, by Bruce Springsteen — Nov. 11
Bruce Springsteen returns with a cover album of rhythm and blues and soul songs.