Coming Soon Trailers: Jumanji the Next Level, Black Christmas.

Coming Soon Trailers: Jumanji the Next Level, Black Christmas.

Five wide releases kick off the holiday season at the box office.

After a lackluster weekend that saw the only new wide release, Playmobil the Movie, crash and burn, we get a busy winter weekend. Five wide releases are set to launch. The obvious leader is the Jumanji sequel, as the first film made just under a billion dollars worldwide.

On the home front, we also see five new streaming offerings. I’ve got my eye on 5 Galaxies, a sci-fi anthology collection of (you could probably guess) five short films.

Coming Soon Trailers: Jumanji the Next Level, Black Christmas.

Wide Release

Black Christmas.

A group of sorority sisters must fend off a masked killer as their college empties out for the holiday break.


A dramatic adaptation of the four women at Fox News whose accusations against Roger Ailes blew the lid off the toxic culture of sexual harassment at the company.

Jumanji: The Next Level.

After barely escaping Jumanji, the video game that transports users inside to a magical world, three friends have to return to the dangers of Jumanji to find their missing fourth member.

Richard Jewell.

From Clint Eastwood, a dramatic adaptation about Richard Jewell, a security guard who helped save lives during the Atlanta bombing in 1996, but quickly became the fall guy/prime suspect for the FBI.

Uncut Gems.

A jeweler (Adam Sandler) gets in over his head in a high-stakes betting scheme.

Video on Demand

5 Galaxies.

An anthology of five shorts about the colonization of space by humankind.

The Death and Life of John F Donovan.

A documentary about the relationship between a noted TV star and an up and coming actor who carried on a long-running written correspondence.

Hell on the Border.

A dramatic adaptation of the career of Bass Reeves, the first black marshal in the Wild West.


A group of prominent Mafia bosses meet in upstate NY, with all the drama and danger you’d expect of so many big personalities in one place.


A documentary exploring the unexpectedly successful first season of the NHL’s new team, The Vegas Golden Nights. It also explores the team’s relationship to its glitzy hometown.

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