Right here’s a group curated by The Related Press’ leisure journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming companies and music platforms this week.
— Regina King’s directorial debut “One Evening in Miami” brings Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree), Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), and Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) collect right into a Miami resort in February 1964, celebrating Ali’s knockout of Sonny Liston. The set-up, from the play by Kemp Powers (co-director of Pixar’s “Soul”), is fictional, however the dialogue — about energy, freedom and Black id — rings bracingly true. The movie, which performed on the prime festivals within the fall, premieres Friday on Amazon Prime.
—Shot throughout the early days of the pandemic, Doug Liman’s “Locked Down” is likely one of the most notable tasks to emerge from quarantine but. Starring Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor, “Locked Down” facilities on a pair put into lockdown simply as they’re deciding to separate. Directed by the “Bourne Id” filmmaker and written by Steven Knight (“Soiled Fairly Issues,” “Japanese Guarantees”), the movie debuts Thursday on HBO Max.
— One other acclaimed movie from the digital pageant circuit, Sam Pollard’s “MLK/FBI,” debuts on-demand and in theaters Friday. Pollard, a frequent editor for Spike Lee, examines J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI’s surveillance and harassment of Martin Luther King, Jr. — extensively thought-about one the darkest chapters in FBI historical past. It’s a murky story coping with the extramarital affairs of King however, extra importantly, concerning the federal authorities’s racist makes an attempt to regulate and thwart the civil rights chief.
— AP Movie Author Jake Coyle
— Three years after releasing their full-length debut album, boy band Why Don’t We’re again with their sophomore launch “The Good Instances and the Dangerous Ones.” The ten-track album contains the one “Fallin’ (Adrenaline),” which samples Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead” and is the group’s first track to chart on the Billboard Scorching 100 chart. One other monitor, “Gradual Down,” borrows from the Smashing Pumpkins’ mid-90s hit “1979,” whereas Skrillex, Timbaland and Travis Barker contribute to the album’s manufacturing.
— A yr after their final dwell gig, Jimmy Eat World will carry out their whole tenth studio album, 2019’s “Surviving,” on Friday. It’s certainly one of three performances that’s a part of the band’s Phoenix Classes. On Jan. 29 they are going to carry out their fifth effort, 2004’s “Futures,” and on Feb. 12 they are going to carry out “Readability,” their third album launched in 1999. Tickets begin at $14.99.
— Bob Dylan’s grandson is releasing a brand new EP created throughout the early days of the pandemic whereas the world was on lockdown. Pablo Dylan, the son of movie director Jesse Dylan who has collaborated with Erykah Badu and A$AP Rocky, is placing out the five-song set known as “Solitude” on Friday. The acoustic-flavored EP is the primary in a sequence of three EPs that reflecting on present occasions in America.
— AP Music Editor Mesfin Fekadu
— Catherine Zeta-Jones is becoming a member of Fox’s “Prodigal Son,” a few expert legal profiler (Tom Payne) and his serial-killer dad (Martin Sheen). The Oscar- and Tony-winning actor seems within the season’s second half as a health care provider and foil to Sheen’s Martin Whitly, whose intimate data of homicide is useful for the NYPD’s hardest instances. Will Dr. Vivian Capshaw (Zeta-Jones) get too near Martin? Will Martin strengthen his relationship with son Malcolm? The sophomore season of “Prodigal Son” begins at 9 p.m. EST on a brand new evening, Tuesday.
— An actual-life killer who terrorized Californians within the mid-Eighties is the topic of Netflix’s restricted, four-part documentary sequence, “Evening Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer,” debuting Wednesday. The brutal crime wave started within the Los Angeles space throughout an extended, sizzling summer season in 1985, with males, ladies and kids among the many victims of after-dark killings and assaults. First-person interviews, archival footage and authentic pictures assist recount the crimes and the hunt for the person accountable.
— Even an Emmy-winning dramatic actor like Kyra Sedgwick (“The Nearer”) can’t resist comedy. Sedgwick, who’s had a recurring position as police Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch on “Brooklyn 9 9,” stars within the new ABC sitcom “Name Your Mom” as a mum or dad who flees her empty nest to get again into her youngsters’s lives — whether or not they prefer it or not. The forged of “Name Your Mom,” debuting 9:30 p.m. EST Wednesday, contains Rachel Sennott, Joey Bragg and Emma Caymares.
— AP Tv Author Lynn Elber
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