The Show Must Go On
Fans of British rock band Queen are going to love Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic about the band and its legendary frontman Freddie Mercury. The film chronicles the years leading up to the band’s unforgettable Live Aid performance in 1985. It also follows Freddie through his pursuit of a solo career and documents his strength and bravery amidst an AIDS diagnosis. Bohemian Rhapsody hits theatres on November 1.
Finding Answers in Unexpected Places
We can’t deny that pop culture plays a huge role in shaping our lives. In The Wondering Years, Knox McCoy hilariously relays his own story about the influence pop culture had on his formative years, and how he found the answers to life’s biggest questions through books, music and movies. Get it on November 13.
Been on the edge of your seat waiting for Netflix to release the latest season of House of Cards? Good news: the political drama returns for its sixth and final season on November 2. This time, the story centres on Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), who was sworn in as the President of the United States at the end of the last season, assuming office after the resignation of her husband Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey). Expect nothing less than an epic finale for Netflix’s first-ever hit show.