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New Movies This Weekend: December 6

New Movies to Watch in Theatres on December 6

New Movies to Watch in Theatres on December 6

(12/02/2019)

You have a lot of entertainment options for this weekend, but there's nothing like seeing a film on the big screen. Want to know what new movies are coming out in December 2019, and which movies to watch this weekend? What about all the upcoming new Christmas movies for 2019? We’ve got you covered!

This column is our regular guide to all the best new movies opening each week, from blockbusters to indies bursting with new talent and eye-opening documentaries. Here’s everything new in theaters for the weekend of December 6.

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Playmobil: The Movie

Playmobil: The Movie

[Image Credit: STX Films]


PLAYMOBIL is an animated action adventure in which a top-secret organization has caused citizens from different lands to vanish from thin air. But there's a top-notch team on the case! Or… at least a very enthusiastic one. Charismatic secret agent Rex Dasher (Daniel Radcliffe) partners with smooth-talking food truck driver Del (Jim Gaffigan) and the smart and savvy Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) to rescue the missing people. Their quest takes the trio on a fantastic journey across stunning new worlds to gather clues for their rescue mission.

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Knives Out

Knives Out

[Image Credit: Lionsgate]


When a well-known crime novelist, Harlan Thrombey, is found dead of an apparent murder on the night of his birthday, his greedy family members all become suspects. This is a modern spin on the classic whodunit, from a director who knows the genre inside and out. Rian Johnson, whose credits include STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI and BRICK, wrote and directed this entertaining murder mystery that is filled with twists. It also boasts a frankly amazing ensemble cast, including Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, Michael Shannon, and Ana de Armas. Several of these actors get a chance to do something very different in this murder party, and all are clearly having the time of their lives… and, in many cases, deaths.

Dark Waters

Dark Waters

[Image Credit: Focus Features]


Mark Ruffalo stars in this film inspired by a shocking true story, as a tenacious attorney who uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths due to one of the world's largest corporations. He risks everything – his future, his family, and his own life - to expose the truth. DARK WATERS co-stars Anne Hathaway, William Jackson Harper, Bill Pullman, and Tim Robbins, and comes from Todd Haynes, the acclaimed filmmaker behind CAROL.

Waves

Waves

[Image Credit: A24]


A family coping with a horrible loss struggles to navigate life and letting go under the guidance of a controlling patriarch. This indie is the latest movie from Trey Edward Shults, and it explores ideas similar to those in his last film (IT COMES AT NIGHT), but this time through the lens of a powerful drama, rather than horror. The cast that includes Sterling K. Brown (“This Is Us”), Kelvin Harrison Jr., and Alexa Demie (“Euphoria”).

Honey Boy

Honey Boy

[Image Credit: Amazon Studios]


In HONEY BOY, Noah Jupe (A QUIET PLACE) and Lucas Hedges (BOY ERASED) star as Otis Lort, who we see at two different ages, as a child actor and young man whose ascent to stardom has not prepared for life. Shia LaBeouf wrote HONEY BOY based on his own life and career, and in fact the actor plays a fictionalized version of his own father, an ex-rodeo clown and felon. Cutting-edge documentary filmmaker Alma Har'el (BOMBAY BEACH) directs a cast that also includes singer Natasha Lyonne, Martin Starr, and FKA twigs, in her feature film debut which is also one of the best independent films of the year.

Queen & Slim

Queen & Slim

[Image Credit: Universal Pictures]


Their first date probably would never have led to a second, but then the lives of a black couple are completely transformed by their night out. Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith, making her starring debut) and Slim (Daniel Kaluuya of GET OUT) are pulled over for a minor traffic stop. What should have been a simple encounter escalates dramatically, and after a violent act of self-defense the pair are soon running for their lives, with a dead cop in their rear view mirror. As video of the encounter goes viral, Queen and Slim try to maintain their freedom as they become symbols of terror and grief for others around the country.

Frozen 2

Frozen II

[Image Credit: Walt Disney Animation]


Elsa and Anna are (finally) back! They’re joined by friends Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf on a new journey to uncover the origins of Elsa’s powers to save their kingdom. FROZEN II takes the characters to a sealed-off enchanted forest, where they meet a whole new group of people as they unravel the secrets of Elsa's powers — and of magic in their land.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

[Image Credit: Sony Pictures]


Famed children’s TV host Fred Rogers forms an unlikely but enduring friendship with a skeptical journalist in this unconventional biographical drama. To have Tom Hanks playing Mister Rogers is both an obvious choice (who else could play Fred Rogers) and a stroke of genius in casting that allows one of our favorite actors to bring an American icon back to life. We'll probably need a giant box of tissues for this one. Plus, A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD is directed by Marielle Heller, the filmmaker behind last year’s brilliant CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?

21 Bridges

21 Bridges

[Image Credit: STX Films]


An NYPD detective who was once a promising but is now all but disgraced goes on an all-night effort to capture a pair of cop killers and restore his standing with the department. His big tactic is to completely close off Manhattan by shutting down all entry points to the island — that's 21 bridges in total, hence the title! The action/thriller 21 BRIDGES stars BLACK PANTHER’s Chadwick Boseman, with a supporting cast that includes Taylor Kitsch, J.K. Simmons, and Sienna Miller. Boseman's AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, produced this gritty street-level nailbiter.

Charlie’s Angels

Charlie's Angels

[Image Credit: Sony Pictures]


Don’t call it a reboot: CHARLIE’S ANGELS resumes the story that began with the ’70s TV series and continued with two hit movies in the ’00s. This time, the action goes global as the Townsend Agency has taken its business international with a network of badass female super-spies. Kristen Stewart leads this modern trio of angels, which includes Naomi Scott (POWER RANGERS) and Ella Balinska. Together, they work for a new Bosley, played by Elizabeth Banks, who also directed this action-packed adventure.

Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari

[Image Credit: 20th Century Fox]


This biographical drama from director James Mangold (LOGAN) tells the story of the automotive designer and race car driver tasked with building a car for Henry Ford that could compete with Ferrari’s legendary – and seemingly unbeatable – race car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Matt Damon plays Carroll Shelby, the automotive designer who teams up with race car driver Ken Miles, played by Christian Bale, to take on this impossible task. It would probably be thrilling to watch these two do just about anything together, so the racing action in FORD V FERRARI should be particularly awesome.

Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep

[Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]


This sequel to THE SHINING is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. It picks up years after we last saw young Danny Torrance, as he escaped his murderous father at the Overlook Hotel. He's now Dan Torrance (Ewan McGregor), an alcoholic who drinks to suppress his psychic "shining" powers, and the ghosts they allow into his consciousness. When he’s contacted by a young girl (newcomer Kyliegh Curran) with the same gift, however, Dan reluctantly answers her call for help. He's thrust into an epic battle with a supernatural cult, which could be even more dangerous than the ghosts of his past. DOCTOR SLEEP is directed by Mike Flanagan, who already did another great King movie adaptation, GERALD’S GAME. Flanagan pulled in a terrific cast to work with McGregor, too, including Rebecca Ferguson as Rose the Hat, a sort of psychic vampire who feeds on powers like the Shining.

Last Christmas

Last Christmas

[Image Credit: Universal Pictures]


Kate (Emilia Clarke) hates the holidays. She works year-round in a London Christmas shop, dressed as an elf, and the annoyance she gets from her job complicates a generally stormy outlook on life. Then Tom (Henry Golding) steps into her life, and he seems too good to be true. They become an unlikely pair in a whirlwind romance inspired by the music of George Michael. Michelle Yeoh and Emma Thompson co-star in LAST CHRISTMAS under the direction of Paul Feig (A SIMPLE FAVOR, BRIDESMAIDS).



Come back next week for more new movies!