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Probably the highlight of the series in September will be the “Lord of the Rings” spin-off “The Rings of Power.” Amazon invested about $50 million USD per episode.
There are plenty of movies out there starring Harry Styles, Idris Elba, Florence Pugh, Elias Mubarak and a documentary about music icon David Bowie.
But fans of the Swiss production will not miss this month either: the second season of the Valais series “Tschugger” will begin in mid-September.
Broadcast services overview:
Ana de Armas stars as Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. “Blonde” tells the story of Monroe’s difficult childhood, his rise in Hollywood and romantic relationships. Netflix deliberately blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. They want to show that the public figure in the private sector is often very different from what everyone thinks.
The film will be available from September 28.
“Unspeakable: Race of the Century”
New York Yacht Club has won the America’s Cup for 132 years in a row. In order to oust them, an Australian sailing band reunited in 1983. The documentary series tells the sporting history of windsurfing with team interviews from both camps to get headlines.
On September 6, Netflix will release the first of four episodes. After that, a new episode follows each week.
“The Empress” is a movie based on the story of Sisi. The relationship between Sisi and Franz disturbs the power structure of the Vienna court, and Sisi has to assert herself against her mother-in-law and Franz’s brother, who not only wants the throne, but also Sisi. Being Empress has a price.
The series begins on September 29.
“end of the road”
A trip across the United States becomes hell for the family in this thriller. After witnessing a brutal murder and the theft of a bag full of money from the scene, they themselves became the target of the killer. Mother Brenda (performed by Queen Latifah) is thrown into a deadly battle to save her family.
The film can be watched from September 9.
Shortly after 9/11, another terrorist attack occurred in the United States, someone sends messages with deadly anthrax spores – that is why five people died and 17 became sick. This documentary reveals the experiences of investigators, victims and their families through interviews and reenactments.
Documents are available from 8 September.
Set before the events of Rogue One: The Story of Star Wars, “Star Wars” centers on the journeys and adventures of Cassian Andor (played by Diego Luna). Andor tells the story of a growing rebellion against the Empire, with the goal of making Cassian a rebellious hero. But his path is full of dangers, deceit and intrigue.
The first three episodes will be available from September 21.
Disney remakes the fairy tale Pinocchio. In the story, in which a wooden doll dreams of becoming a real boy, Tom Hanks takes on the main role of toymaker Geppetto. Pinocchio was voiced by Benjamin Evan Ainsworth.
The movie will be available from September 8th.
In the 1970s, four angry young men formed the punk band Sex Pistols. This mini-series is based on My Sex Pistols Story – the memoirs of British band founding member and guitarist Steve Jones. With their music they will change pop culture for generations to come.
The series starts on September 28.
Hocus Pocus 2 is the sequel to the 1993 classic Halloween. The film brings back the chaotic Sandelson sisters. 29 years ago, 17th century witches have been brought back to life and are now on the path to revenge.
The film can be watched from September 30.
“Rings of Power”
The Rings of Power brings the story of the second era of the “Lord of the Rings” books to screens. And so it’s set thousands of years before the movies, in an era when great power was taking shape.
A full overview of the series can be found here:
“The Rings of Power” begins on September 2nd. A new episode comes out every week.
Pax and Bermen must save Valais from collapse. They witness a murder and find a clue that leads them to a cult and their destructive plans. It is now about doing everything in his power to clarify the issue and prevent disastrous consequences.
Season Two, “Tschugger,” will be available on the Sky Show from September 15.
“Sydney” is a documentary about actor and activist Sidney Poitier, who passed away in January of this year. His most famous films are “Escape in Chains”, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” and In the Heat of the Night. The film includes interviews with Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, Lenny Kravitz, Barbra Streisand, and others. Oprah Winfrey is the producer.
The documentary can be watched on Apple TV+ starting September 23.
“Greatest Drink Ever”
To support his friends serving in Vietnam, Chickie Donhue decided to bring them canned American beer. But Chickie faces the reality of war and the well-intentioned journey turns into the adventure of a lifetime. The movie is based on a true story.
“The Greatest Beer Run Ever” is available from September 30th.
“Three Thousand Years of Longing”
In this fantasy film, Idris Elba plays a genie who meets a scientist (played by Tilda Swinton) and grants her her three wishes. But this has consequences that neither of them could have imagined.
Theatrical release is September 8th.
Moonage Daydream is a musical documentary about international superstar David Bowie. The film was created using proprietary archival materials and not only follows Bowie’s career as a musician, but also examines his work in the fields of dance, painting, and acting.
The documentary is showing in cinemas starting September 15th.
“do not worry my love”
Florence Pugh (Alice) and Harry Styles (Jack) play a newlywed couple living in a 1950s community in this thriller. But the perfect facade is deceptive and the bored housewife reveals secrets that are best left hidden.
The film will be shown in Swiss cinemas on September 22nd.
James Cameron’s 2009 Academy Award-winning sci-fi movie “Avatar” returns to cinemas. That’s because after 13 years, the second part will be released in December.
“Avatar” is about Jake Sully, who is supposed to be spying on the planet Pandora disguised as his compatriot. But he falls in love with the supposed enemy.
“Avatar” will be released in cinemas again on September 23.
“A thousand lines”
Elias Mubarak plays Juan Romero, a freelance journalist who finds contradictions in an article written by an award-winning reporter. He took her to the magazine’s executive floor, but they didn’t want to hear about her. But Juan will not give up until he proves his colleague is a fraud.
The German-Swiss theater is on September 29